How is CCE different from other engineering organizations?

CCE distinguishes itself by focusing on professional & business issues specific to our local market. It is the only organization of its kind that customizes membership and regulatory activities for Chester County’s civil engineering community.

What is the “Chester County Engineers”?

Founded in 2007, CCE is a locally based, non-profit trade association dedicated to advancing the civil engineering profession in Chester County, Pa by: promoting professional standards and acknowledging local excellence; advancing civil engineering knowledge with special educational opportunities; offering unique peer-to-peer networking opportunities; and, improving the regulatory climate by monitoring & engaging local review agencies.

What types of activities does CCE offer to its members?

CCE offers a well-rounded menu of programs ranging from educational forums highlighting new products & techniques to social events that facilitate professional interaction. CCE keeps members informed of regulatory & legislative changes through newsletters & round table discussions with local agencies. CCE is also established an awards program to recognize excellence within our local engineering community.

Who can become a member of CCE?

There are different membership categories to meet the different needs of Chester County’s engineering community. “Engineer Members” are typically locally based, civil engineering firms conducting business in Chester County. “Engineer Members” can be private firms, municipal staff engineers, or individual licensed engineers. If you are not an engineering firm, but are still involved in the land development process, you can join CCE as an “Associate Member”. Lastly, recognizing the need to nurture our next generation of engineers, CCE has instituted a low-cost “Student Member” category for full-time college students.