ACP Applied is proud of its affiliations with the following professional associations:
Alberta Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association (ARHCA)
With significant achievement at its foundation, the ARHCA is committed to ensuring the viability of the construction industry through the promotion of safety, quality, cost-efficiency, and socially-responsible solutions.
American Public Works Association (APWA)
The APWA is an internationally-renowned educational and professional association of public agencies and private sector companies dedicated to the public works industry. Originally chartered in 1937, the APWA is the largest and most-tenured organization of its kind in the world today.
American Water Works Association (AWWA)
The AWWA is an international, nonprofit, scientific and educational society dedicated to providing total water solutions assuring the effective management of water. Founded in 1881, the AWWA is the largest organization of water supply professionals in the world.
Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGA)
Created in 1920, the APEGA regulates the practices of engineering and geoscience in Alberta on behalf of the Government of Alberta through the Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act. It is the largest association of self-regulated professionals in Western Canada, made-up of members working in diverse industries that contribute significantly to Alberta’s economic success and quality of life.
Canadian Geotechnical Society (CGS)
The CGS is a large and thriving professional association serving the needs and interests of a wide range of geotechnical professionals. Evolving from small and humble roots, the CGS dates back to the late 1940’s and includes nearly 1,500 members today.
Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE)
The CITE is composed of more than 2,000 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 countires who are responsible for the safe and effcient movement of people and goods across our infrastructure system.
Canadian Technical Asphalt Association (CTAA)
The 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 (CTEP)
Founded in 1997, CTEP is a non-profit volunteer based organization with a focus on the transportation industry through identifying educational needs, overseeing the development of courses and materials, facilitating, and providing educational opportunities. Since its inception, CTEP has organized and hosted over 100 courses, workshops and lunch and learns attended by roughly 3,000 people.
Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA)
The CEA is a registered organization representing Alberta engineering firms. These firms employ nearly 9,000 individuals including professional engineers, technologists and support staff. The industry contributes over $1.9 billion annually to the Alberta economy. Formed in 1978 under the Alberta Societies Act, the CEA now operates under the Consulting Engineers of Alberta Act as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the business environment for consulting engineering firms in the province.
Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI)
The Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) is a not-for-profit trade association comprised of member companies representing the international specialty fabrics marketplace. Member companies range in size from one-person shops to multinational corporations. Members’ products cover a broad spectrum of specialty fabrics and include fibers, fabrics, end products, equipment and hardware. IFAI is the largest, most comprehensive trade association serving this industry, and provides value to its members through a variety of activities.
IGS North America (IGS-NA)
IGS North America, formerly known as NAGS (the North American Geosynthetics Society), was established as a Chapter of the IGS (International Geosynthetics Society) in 1988. IGS-NA (The North American Chapter of the International Geosynthetics Society) is an organization in which individual and student members comprise the learned society whose mission is to support the development of geosynthetic technologies through education, communication and networking. Towards those goals we organize short courses on a variety of geosynthetic topics (typically 3 – 5 per year), organize or participate as co-organizers and sponsors of conferences such as the Biannual Geosynthetics Conferences put on in odd years with IFAI and GMA, various conferences with the Geosynthetics Research Institute, ASCE, and other local and regional organizations.
International Slurry Surfacing Association (ISSA)
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 interests, working together to promote the concept of pavement preservation through the increased and more-efficient use of slurry, micro-surfacing, chip seal and crack seal in roadway pavement.
Transportation Association of Canada (TAC)
The Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) is a not-for-profit, national technical association that focusses on road and highway infrastructure and urban transportation. Our members include all levels of governments, private sector companies, academic institutions, and other associations. TAC provides a neutral, non-partisan forum for those organizations, and their thousands of staff, to come together to share ideas and information, build knowledge, and pool resources in addressing transportation issues and challenges.
Western Canada Water (WCWWA)
WCW was founded in 1948 to promote the exchange of knowledge of water treatment, sewage treatment, distribution of water and collection of sewage for towns and cities across Western Canada. The foundation of our existence is as relevant today as it was in 1948. Today, we are a collaboration of seven Constituent Organizations representing more than 5,000 members who work in the water industry.