Member Fireside Chats with Legislators
Online | Complimentary (employees of member firms)
One of ACEC Colorado’s goals is to encourage its members to have a greater awareness and involvement in the legislative and political process, and to share with the legislators a consulting engineer’s perspective on various technical and business topics (click here for a copy of the latest ACEC Colorado “Issues of Concern” paper). Therefore, you are encouraged to attend one (or more) of the online meetings with state senators and representatives.
If you do not know your legislators, please visit http://leg.colorado.gov/find-my-legislator (remember to search on both your home and business addresses).
There are seven, 45-minute scheduled meetings that will be held to accomadate regions across the state. Please attend as many as you like.
- Wednesday, Oct. 6 | 7:30 a.m. – Douglas & Arapahoe Counties
- Wednesday, Oct. 6 | 9 a.m. – Denver & Adams Counties
- Wednesday, Oct. 13 | 7:30 a.m. – Southern & Eastern Colorado
- Wednesday, Oct. 13 | 9- a.m. – Jefferson County
- Friday, Oct. 15 | 7:30 a.m. – Boulder & Broomfield Counties
- Wednesday, Oct. 20 | 7:30 a.m. – Western Slope
- Wednesday, Oct. 20 | 9 a.m. – Northern Colorado
To select the one(s) you wish to attend, click on the "Members Click Here to Login" or "Register Now" button.
This event is open to only employees of ACEC Colorado-member firms.
Video and audio instructions will be sent upon registration.
- Each registration is for one participant only. Links and materials should not be shared unless otherwise noted.
- Each participant may log on to one device only (unless their second device is a phone using the audio portion only).
- Attendance at or participation in ACEC Colorado events/activities constitutes an agreement by the attendee for the Council’s use and distribution of the attendee’s image and/or voice in photographs, videos, electronic reproductions, and audio recordings of such events/activities.
- ACEC Colorado seeks to avoid antitrust violations in connection with its activities; therefore, participants should avoid engaging in conduct that gives even the appearance of an impermissible conversation, agreement, alliance, or impropriety. Discussions among attendees, speakers, exhibitors, board members and/or staff must be kept free of even the suggestion of restraint of trade or the selection of suppliers, customers or prices. Click here to read the ACEC Colorado Antitrust Compliance Policy.
- ACEC Colorado asks that attendees review and adhere to the Digital Meeting Code of Conduct.
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