Our Partnerships


AEC is proud to partner with the following associations. Our reputation within the industry and exceptional safety performance have helped us become respected members of these organizations and through these partnerships, we are able to stay ahead of trends within industry, maintain relationships with our clients and colleagues, and continue learning and improving our craft.


The purpose of the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concern Procurement Program is to provide procuring agencies with the authority to set acquisitions aside for exclusive competition among service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns if certain conditions are met.


ISNet world brings together Hiring Clients and contractors, creating safer work environments and lasting partnerships.


PICS helps companies create a safe and sustainable pre qualification program for contractors, vendors and suppliers using a simple, online interface.


The purpose of this program is to improve the security of railroad employees, operations and facilities. As part of these efforts, designated railroad contractors, vendors and suppliers are required to comply with the program, which includes personnel screening, compliance awareness and testing and workplace credentialing.


As a non-profit trade association, NEBC represents the interests of its members, while promoting the health of the industry and the environment as a whole. Formed as a regional organization in 1996, NEBC is the recognized voice of the industry-advocating for science-based regulation, supportive policies and tax structures, the dissemination of knowledge and the adoption of best practices.


The Oregon Petroleum Association (OPA) is the statewide association of fuel distributers, retailer, commercial fueling and heating oil marketers. It brings together business people who have similar goals and concerns and gives them the advantages of a unified coalition of fuel professionals. Operating their businesses in a world of increased government regulation, more complex technologies and intense competition, fuel marketers and gasoline dealers need the strength of collaboration that OPA provides.


SWCA has provided comprehensive environmental planning, regulatory compliance and natural and cultural resource management services to businesses and government clients across the United States. As an employee-owned firm of scientists, planners and technical specialists they combine scientific expertise with sound technical skills to provide solutions to a full spectrum of environmental projects.