ACP Applied is proud of its affiliations with the following professional associations:
With significant achievements, ARCHA is committed to ensuring a viable construction industry by actively promoting quality, cost effective, and socially responsible services.
American Public Works Association (APWA)
The APWA is an international educational and professional association of public agencies, private sector companies, and individuals dedicated to providing high quality public works goods and services. Originally chartered in 1937, APWA is the largest and oldest organization of its kind in the world.
American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Founded in 1881, AWWA continues to be the authoritative resource on safe water.
Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA)
APEGGA has regulated the practice of engineering, geology, and geophysics in Alberta since 1920.
Canadian Geotechnical Society (CGS)
The CGS provides professional development opportunities to members across Canada and in other countries. Members work in industry, in government, in construction and in universities. They can be engineers or geoscientists – the Society is associated with the Engineering Institute of Canada and the Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences.
Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers
The Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE) membership is composed of more than 1,700 transportation engineers, planners, technologists and students across Canada. CITE is an integral part of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) which consists of transportation professionals in more than 70 countries who are responsible for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods on streets, highways and transit systems.
Canadian Technical Asphalt Association
CTAA is a group of more than 500 scientists, engineers, technicians, academics, students, contractors, consultants and suppliers involved in the technology and technology transfer of information regarding the design, research and performance of flexible pavements. Membership includes individuals from throughout Canada, the United States and overseas.
Centre for Transportation Engineering & Planning
Their mission is to be a leader in providing professional development and applied research in transportation engineering and planning, and to continually improve road systems in Canada.
Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA)
The CEA serves its members by providing leadership to foster business environment and serves society by expanding the boundaries and promoting the engineering industry as a catalyst for economic growth, wealth generation and the application of technology.
Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI)
The IFAI is a not-for-profit trade association with nearly 2,000 member companies representing the international specialty fabrics marketplace. Member companies range in size from one-person shops to multinational corporations; members’ products span the entire spectrum of the specialty fabrics industry, from fiber and fabric suppliers to manufacturers of end products, equipment and hardware. Members must adhere to a code of ethics.
North American Geosynthetics Society (NAGS)
The mission of NAGS is to provide leadership in advancing the education and research of geosynthetics by organizing learning opportunities, to develop tools for geosynthetics education, to recognize innovations in the field, and to stimulate research in the area of geosynthetics applications through the NAGS Awards of Excellence Program.
International Slurry Surfacing Association
The International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA) is an international non-profit trade association comprised of contractors, equipment manufacturers, public officials, research personnel, consulting engineers and other industry interest, working together to promote the concept of pavement preservation with the increased and more efficient use of slurry and micro surfacing, chip seal and crack treatment in roadway pavement.
Transportation Association of Canada
The Transportation Association of Canada is a national association with a mission to promote the provision of safe, secure, efficient, effective and environmentally and financially sustainable transportation services in support of Canada’s social and economic goals.
Western Canadian Water / Wastewater Association (WCWWA)
With over 4,000 members, the WCWWA works to protect the environment and public health through the exchange of knowledge of water treatment, sewage treatment, distribution of water, and collection of sewage for towns and cities in Western Canada.