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The Association for Consultancy and Engineering represents the interests of professional consultancies and engineering companies.
Institute / association
Association for Consultancy and Engineering [ACE] represents the interests of professional consultancies and engineering companies, large and small, operating within the built and natural environment. ACE members are engaged at every stage with the development of social and economic infrastructure both in the UK and overseas.
 Our Industry
Consultancy and engineering companies provide professional services across a range of key sectors including social and economic infrastructure.
 Our Vision
ACE’s vision is to be the single unified voice of, and maintain its position as the number one business association for organisation providing professional services.
 Corporate Structure
ACE’s corporate structure supports the organisation's core remit of promoting the industry and giving a powerful voice to its members.
 Corporate Plan
ACE promotes the interests of UK consultancy and engineering companies delivering professional services in the built and natural environment.
For more information, please visit the ACE website.
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