Engineering Inc. - May/June 2013 - (Page 25)

ACEC President Dave Raymond leads a toast “for greater collaboration to address critical infrastructure needs” during a special networking dinner for Arab ambassadors and U.S. engineering leaders. RECORD-SETTING ANNUAL CONVENTION A Catalyst for Business, Legislative Success M Kenneth Smith (left), president and CEO of T. Baker Smith, in Houma, La., greets Louisiana Sen. David Vitter, the senior Republican on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Vitter addressed major ACEC/PAC donors at a Capitol Hill luncheon. ore than 1,300 members participated in the ACEC 2013 Annual Convention and Legislative Summit in Washington, D.C., April 21–24—the highestever Convention attendance. The turnout fueled a strong advocacy effort as several hundred ACEC “citizen lobbyists” converged on Capitol Hill to urge lawmakers to support new water infrastructure funding mechanisms, a national energy policy and the next surface transportation program. >> MAY / JUNE 2013 ENGINEERING INC. 25

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Engineering Inc. - May/June 2013
From ACEC to You
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Mobile Power
Guest Column
Business Insights
Members in the News
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Engineering Inc. - May/June 2013