Welcome to the 6th Annual AACE Northeast Symposium

AACE Region 2 is pleased to announce our sixth Northeast Symposium, taking place in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia, from March 26 to 27, 2020. Attendees will participate in a variety of technical presentations, collaborative discussion sessions, and workshops in project management and program delivery, total cost management, and risk management. Our speakers will include owners and executives from the public and private sectors, and professionals in a wide variety of industries.


Who is AACE Region 2?

Region 2 of AACE consists of local sections of the Northeast United States from Connecticut, Washington D.C, New Jersey, Long Island, Niagara Frontier, Pittsburgh, Baltimore Metro, Boston, Delaware Valley, New York City, Norwich University (VT), Western & Central New York, and Central Virginia. The group provides an active business community for cost engineering and management professionals in the Northeast. The Region serves a wide variety of professionals including: cost engineers and managers, project managers, planners and schedulers, estimators and bidders, value engineers, earned value professionals, construction lawyers, and claims consultants.    

The Region seeks to support its members in their awareness of the requirements, standards and best practices required for the planning, development, and execution of all aspects of project controls and in the application of total cost management (TCM) to the scope, cost, and schedule of any particular program or project throughout its life-cycle.

Who Should Attend?

Owners | Sponsors| Program Managers | Project Controls Managers and Staff | Construction Managers | Design-Builder Leaders | Contractors | Architects/Planners | Engineers | Risk Managers | Decision and Risk Managers | Claims and Dispute Resolution Leaders | Legal Advisers | Technology and Service Providers

Our Mission

To provide a forum for full collaboration between our program and project owners and sponsors, their representatives and consultants, and their contractors and vendors throughout the lifecycle of assets, programs, and projects. AACE members work as owners, sponsors, representatives, contractors, and vendors, utilizing the skills and knowledge they have acquired through work experience, industry accredited professional training, and certification in one or more of the eight certifications offered by AACE.

The Symposium will include collaborative discussion sessions between members that make up capital and municipal program delivery teams such as in transportation, building, and public/private partnerships. There will also be presentations from individuals and teams within various industry sectors and disciplines.

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with other professionals and share their experience to enhance the skills and knowledge essential for successful program and project delivery. The sessions will focus on program and project planning, execution via multiple delivery methods, project controls and performance evaluation, decision risk management, quality and optimization of delivery, and claims avoidance and dispute resolution.

Email us at info@northeastsymposium.com if you have any questions.