About Us

About ACECC (The Asian Civil Engineering Coordinating Council)

ACECC, the Asian Civil Engineering Coordinating Council, was established on September 27, 1999, in Tokyo, with 5 civil engineering societies/institutes present, namely ASCE, CICHE, JSCE, KSCE, and PICE, to promote collaborative work towards sustainable development of infrastructure within the Asian regions. ACECC membership is open to worldwide professional organizations that comply with the criteria established in the Constitution and By-laws, a copy of which is posted on the website – www.acecc-world.org.


  1. To promote and advance the science and practice of civil engineering and related professions for sustainable development in the Asian region.
  2. To encourage communication between persons in charge of scientific and technical responsibility for any field of civil engineering.
  3. To improve, extend and enhance activities such as infrastructure construction and management, preservation of the environment and natural disaster prevention.
  4. To foster exchange of ideas among the member societies/institutions.
  5. To cooperate with any regional, national and international organizations to support their work, as ACECC deems necessary.
  6. To provide advice to member societies/institutions to strengthen their domestic activities.
  7. To develop leadership skills in young civil engineers in member economies.
  8. To achieve the above objectives, an international conference called the Civil Engineering Conference in the Asian Region (CECAR) is held on a triennial basis as the main objectives of ACECC.

Founding Documents

ACECC Constitution and By-laws (revised on April 15, 2019)