The National Associaton of County Engineers (NACE) was founded in July 1956, with a membership open to county engineers or county road officials.
NACE has four prime objectives:
- To advance county engineering and management by prociding a forum for exchange of ideas and information aimed at improving service to the public.
- To foster and stimulate the growth of individual state organizations of county engineers and county road officials.
- To improve relations and the spirit of cooperation among county engineers and other agencies.
- To monitor national leislation affecting county transportation/public works departments and through NACo, provide NACE's legislative opinions.
NACE welcomes all those who are interested in the profession to join the association. There is a membership grade to accommodate any interested person.
NACE presently has approximately 1,900 members. The grades of membershp are Voting Member, Associate Member, International Member, Life Member, Honary Member, Corporation Member and Institution member.
For more information, see the Membership Section.
Leadership & Administration
Organization & Governance
Additional information about NACE and its programs may be obtainied from the NACE officers or staff.