The Association of Consulting Engineers of Kenya (ACEK) is a membership organization which was founded in 1968.


It’s main objective is to promote the advancement of the professionalism within the consulting engineering sector and cooperation among consulting engineers. The scope encompasses all engineering practice activities including providing a forum for Government, Public Institutions, Industry and Trade representatives among others to interface with consulting engineers as a group and ascertain their collective views. 

The Association is a member of FIDIC, the International Federation of Consulting Engineers, GAMA, the Group of African Member Associations of FIDIC, KEPSA, Kenya Private Sector Alliance and APSEA, the Association of Professional Societies in East Africa.

ACEK sustains its activities from contributions of its members who pay in form of subscription, service charges and donations.


The Association receives complaints on their member firms and also acts as public watchdog on engineering issues.

  • To represent nationally the majority of firms providing ‘technology based intellectual services for the built environment’.
  • To assist members with issues relating to business practice.
  • To define and actively promote conformance to a code of ethics.
  • To enhance the image of consulting engineers as leaders and wealth creators in society.
  • To promote our commitment to environmental sustainability.
  • To associate Consulting Engineers for the purpose of co-operation and mutual advantage and consultation.