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NACE & CEAC Spring Conference

Posted: 1/30/2024

CONFERENCE: April 15, 2024 - April 18, 2024 , 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM PT

Join the National Association of County Engineers (NACE) and the County Engineers Association of California (CEAC) for their joint 4-day spring conference in Palm Springs. 

The largest event of county infrastructure professionals offers:

  • 3 days of innovation, education, & relationship building
  • 400+ fellow county road officials
  • 85+ exhibits at the trade show
  • 45+ technical & management presentations
  • 5+ professional networking events
  • 35+ PDH opportunities

This conference is designed for:

  • County / Parish Engineers
  • Public Works Directors
  • Highway Superintendents / Administrators
  • Operations Directors / Managers
  • Transportation Directors / Managers
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Construction Directors / Managers
  • Solid Waste Managers / Coordinators
  • Public Fleet Directors / Managers
  • Public Facilities / Grounds Directors / Managers
  • Water Services Directors / Managers
  • Stormwater and Flood Control Directors / Managers
  • Emergency Management Directors / Coordinators

This Event is $945.00

Who is NACE?

The National Association of County Engineers is a nonprofit, nonpartisan professional association whose nearly 3,000 members represent county engineers, road managers, and related professionals in the U.S. and Canada. 

NACE advocates the importance of funding county-owned assets like local roads and bridges, while sharing the latest innovations in engineering technology, beset practices, management systems, and software.

How About CEAC?

The County Engineers Association of California is comprised of county engineers, public works directors, county road commissioners, and professional personnel throughout California’s 58 counties.

Its purpose is “To advance county engineering and management by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information aimed at improving service to the public.”

Need More Help?

California LTAP Center

Phone: (562) 985-2872