The A/E/C Project Management Association was developed out of a need for project managers to advance their skills and become certified with a focus specifically on project management in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry. Built by a task force of principals and senior project managers from some of the industry’s most respected firms, AECPMA is designed for individuals in all levels of project management – from junior-level individuals just starting their project management careers to senior-level PMs eager to continue learning and achieving certification.
From the ground up, AECPMA is designed to be 100% focused on the unique needs of A/E/C Project Managers through:
Elite A/E/C PM Resources. Members have access to a one-of-a-kind content library covering A/E/C project management topics. The A/E/C Project Management Association designs each articles, study, webinar, and manual with its members' needs in mind.
Monthly Newsletter. Each month, members are invited to read A/E/C project manager articles. Each offers ways to improve project management skills as well as strategies and tips to make a good career, better.
A Like-Minded Community. With the AECPMA members-only Discussion Forum, members tap into an exclusive network of fellow A/E/C Project Managers. Here, they can get answers to questions, share experiences, and offer insights that help improve the day-in, day-out work of a PM in the A/E/C industry.
A Rigorous Certification Program for Project Managers. This is the ONLY industry-specific recognition for A/E/C Project Managers. Achieving such PM Certification proves to your employer and your clients that you are a highly skilled project manager.
While other groups and associations may bring together Project Managers across a wide range of industries, the challenge is that different industries have different priorities and needs. Not here--A/E/C Project Management Association has one purpose for one industry.
To advance the skills and certify the competency of Project Managers in the architecture, engineering, and construction community.
AECPMA Project Managers are committed to managing their projects and comporting themselves under the highest professional and ethical standards. This includes the following:
Accepting only those assignments that are consistent with their qualifications.
Making decisions and taking actions based on the best interests of their firms, clients and other project stakeholders.
Proactively and fully disclosing any real or potential conflicts of interest to the appropriate stakeholders.
Fulfilling the commitments that they undertake – AECPMA members do what they say.
Upholding this Code and holding each other accountable to it.