January 2018

Submit an Exceptional Engineer or Safety Champion for a NACE Award

Nominations close on February 22, 2018.

Does your state have a County Engineer who ...

Leads by example?
Influences laws or guidelines?
Rolls up his shirt sleeves?
Actively sources new technologies?
Does more with less?
Or a Project / Program Manager who works below the county engineer or head manager.
NACE presents 3 awards annually:
Rural County Engineer of the Year
Urban County Engineer of the Year
Project / Program of the Year

These highest awards are bestowed to deserving NACE members, recognizing county road officials for their applications or management of efficient engineering management principles for the economic design, construction, maintenance and operation of public works facilities, roads, bridges or related projects.


David P. Brand Safety Award
This is the first call for candidates for our new award. Dave was the award's first recipient earlier this year.

This award recognizes an individual who has followed in Dave's footsteps, having a positive influence on improving safety on the local, regional, state and national levels.

Accordingly since it considers life-time achievements and not discrete projects as such, the Safety Award may not be awarded every year.

Award Candidate Submissions

NACE extends our sincere appreciation to Awards Chair Greg Parker, PE; Safety Chair Scott Davis, PE; and their committees for reviewing the application packets and selecting the recipients.

View the Awards Site for the guidelines and nomination forms.

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