ACEC-Ontario has launched an new Ally Program. Get to know our Association and Industry Allies!
AXA XL is the P&C and specialty risk division of AXA, known for solving even the most complex risks. For mid-sized companies to the world’s largest multinationals, we offer traditional and innovative insurance solutions and services in over 200 countries and territories.
Whatever path your business is on in these uncertain and fascinating times, we’ll be there. Wherever and whenever you need us.
How? It starts with a strong and efficient capital platform, data-driven insights, leading technology and a flexible approach. Driven by a culture of superior service, our talented and recognized teams are empowered to create relevant solutions across all our lines of business − property, casualty, professional, financial lines and specialty.
Manager, Marketing & Client Education – Design Professional group
XL Specialty Insurance Company
AXA XL, a division of AXA
BeSpatial is a not-for-profit organization for professionals in the GeoSpatial Field. Their community of individuals and organizations share and innovate in geospatial and information knowledge and expertise to achieve evidence based decision making.
Their members belong to all levels of government; federal, provincial and municipal, conservation authorities, post secondary educational institutions (Professors and students) and private industry. We have a two pronged approach with educational opportunities for the technical folks and for management. We welcome ACEC-Ontario members to our webinars.
We host many “Learn what I learned” events, where members talk about interesting projects they have undertaken. Please visit our website at https://www.bespatialontario.ca/about-us for more information about us.
Susan Muleme Kasumba
Director of Strategy and Outreach
CCIL represents the independent, private-sector laboratories in Canada. Operating more than 460 laboratory facilities across the country, members provide a broad array of testing services that help protect the health and safety of Canadians.
Cement Association of Canada
The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) represents five cement companies with clinker and cement manufacturing facilities across Canada. Together, we strive to maintain a sustainable industry as well as promote and enhance the economic, environmental and societal benefits of building with concrete–cement’s end product.
A founding member of the Concrete Council of Canada, the CAC advances the industry’s position as a proactive partner in addressing society’s sustainability and climate change challenges. We work with environmental groups, governments, and broader civil society to support the development of smart regulatory policy that allows a fair competitive playing field for our members. We advise on technical matters important to our industry and to sustainable construction, participating in relevant committees of the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes and of the Canadian Standards Association. And we provide guidance on best practices related to concrete pavements.
Director, Public Affairs, Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations
1 Prologis Boulevard, Suite 102B
EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center (EPIC)
Founded 29 years ago, EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center (EPIC) is a leading training solution provider of engineering and technology courses in Canada. More than 70,000 people – spanning a range of industries – have attended an EPIC course. Every course is designed and taught by a leading specialist in the field. We believe, to be the best – you need to learn from the best.
905.361.1901 Ext. 222
With HUB International you are at the center of everything we do. HUB is one of the world’s largest insurance brokers and represents a one-of-a-kind aggregation of insurance professionals located across North America who understand the issues you face today and that will affect you in the future.
Hub International Ontario Limited
Pro-Form Sinclair Professional
Scott Belton is a Vice President with HUB International Insurance Brokers, located in Toronto, ON. Scott began his insurance career in London and has spent the past 9 years working as a Lloyds broker handling global errors and omissions and cyber liability insurance programs for professional services firms. Scott joined HUB in June of 2020 as a VP in the Professional Services practice focusing on architects and engineers.
ACEC-Ontario has partnered with Matchfield, the leading hiring solution for consulting engineering firms. Matchfield is a matching service specializing in hard-to-fill consulting engineering roles that need to be presented to currently employed candidates. With an affordable flat-fee pricing model that is a fraction of what recruiting agencies charge, and full transparency into the candidates sourced for your role, there won’t ever be unpleasant surprises in your hiring. Plus member firms can get 20% off a 3 month Matchfield subscription.
McAsphalt Engineering Services, a Division of McAsphalt Industries Limited
McAsphalt Engineering Services provides the road-building industry with professional consulting regarding asphalt and pavement design, pavement processes, material testing, specification development, field support and forensic investigations. We operate a CCIL (Canadian Council of Independent Laboratories) certified Type A, B, C, D, and E asphalt laboratory. In addition to CCIL, all our laboratories across Canada are AASHTO R18 certified and are equipped to perform testing relevant to Asphalt Institute, ASTM, AASHTO, and Department of Transportation standards.
Tony Kucharek, P.Eng., C.Chem.
416-281-8181 Ext. 220
8800 Sheppard Avenue East
As one of Canada’s leading construction law firms, McMillan represents the range of both public and private sector clients on all aspects of the construction process. This includes design professionals, whom we assist on a range of business and professional matters including risk allocation and contract negotiation, as well as claims resolution. We also continue to play a leading role with industry associations and professional bodies on various issues of broader concern including the correction of onerous procurement and contracting practices, risk management and mitigation, and best practices for the provision of services and avoidance of disputes. Last, but by no means least, we continue to regularly organize and lecture in various educational initiatives for the profession and industry, as well as our legal colleagues at the bar.
4400 – 181 Bay Street
Toronto, ON M5J 2T3
416 865 7292
For more than 25 years, Notarius has been recognized as a leading expert in electronic signatures, digital signatures, and the long-term reliability of electronic documents. Notarius works with close to 60 regulators in Canada and is currently used by close to 55,000 licensed professionals. In Ontario, Notarius works with PEO, OACETT, OALA and OAA to provide Professional Engineers, Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists, Landscape Architects and Architects with the means to digitally sign, seal and protect their professional work in a digital world.
Business Solutions Director, Notarius
Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE)
The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) is the voice of the engineering profession in Ontario. We represent the entire engineering community, including professional engineers, engineering graduates and students who work or will work in several of the most strategic and influential sectors of Ontario’s economy. OSPE elevates the profile of the profession by advocating to government, offering valued member services and providing opportunities for ongoing learning, networking and community building.
OSPE envisions a diverse and inclusive profession where engineers are bold, courageous and respected leaders who come together to collaborate with government, industry and academia to seize new opportunities and solve Ontario’s problems with evidence-based, innovative solutions.
OSPE’s mission is to advocate on issues of importance to society and the engineering profession and create opportunities for engineers and engineering graduates to connect, collaborate and contribute as they progress through their careers. We ensure government, media and the public appreciate how critical the engineering profession is to growing Ontario’s economy while protecting the environment and improving the quality of life we enjoy in our province.
Baijul Shukla, MBA, CM
Ontario Concrete Pipe Association (OCPA)
Our Vision is The Clear Choice is Concrete. CCPPA was established in 2013 to represent concrete pipe producers, precast concrete manufacturers and suppliers to the precast concrete industry. As a not-for-profit association, our Mission is Protect & Advance our Industry, and the interests of concrete pipe and precast concrete products used in Canada.
447 Frederick St #2
The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT)
The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) is a non-profit, self-governing, professional association of over 25,000 members.
OACETT is Ontario’s independent certifying body for engineering and applied science technicians and technologists and confers the designations C.Tech. (Certified Technician) and C.E.T. (Certified Engineering Technologist). These designations are recognized across Canada by employers and other engineering professionals. The A.Sc.T. (Applied Science Technologist) designation is no longer conferred but is still used by some OACETT members.
OACETT promotes the interests of engineering and applied science technicians and technologists in industry, educational institutions, the public and government.
10 Four Seasons Place
Canada M9B 6H7
Telephone: (416) 621-9621
Fax: (416) 621-8694
Ontario Structural Steel Fabricators Association
OSSFA represents Ontario steel fabricators serving the structural steel industry. OSSFA builds relationships and shares their knowledge of structural steel with Consultants and the general construction industry.