Entries now being accepted for 2014 Tennessee Engineering Excellence Awards

Last year, Memphis-based EnSafe won the Grand Iris Award – the top prize presented by the state’s American Council of Engineering Companies – for an environmental project at the Navy Installation in Millington.

Now the ACEC is accepting applications for this year’s competition and local companies with an engineering focus are encouraged to enter.

Here’s hoping that another Shelby County company will take top honors this year.

If you’re interested, go ahead and get your application in now. Deadline to enter is Nov. 1 and that will be here before you know it.

Here’s more from the ACEC of Tennessee:

Submissions requested for the 2014 Tennessee Engineering Excellence Awards

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Tennessee (ACEC of Tennessee), is now accepting entries for its annual Engineering Excellence Awards program.  The prestigious awards program honors the top projects, both large and small, from across the state. It is considered the “Academy Awards” of the engineering industry. Entry forms must be received by November 1, 2013.


  • A one-page entry form must be submitted and received by Friday, November 1
  • All Tennessee engineering firms engaged in private practice are encouraged to enter (whether or not they are members of ACEC)
  • Any size and budget are eligible, and the project can be located anywhere in the world as long as it was managed out of a TN office with a major portion of the work performed in the state

               The entry form is available at www.acectn.org or by contacting ACEC of TN at (615) 242-2486.

               Winners of the 2014 awards will be announced during a banquet on Tuesday, March 11, 2014, at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs.  The event is attended by hundreds of engineers, state and local officials, business leaders and officials from the Tennessee Department of Transportation, and other state agencies.

Founded in 1968, ACEC of Tennessee is a statewide organization with chapters in Nashville, East Tennessee, Southeast Tennessee and Memphis.  The organization works to improve business practices of engineering firms and enhance public awareness and understanding of the value of engineering services.

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