An individual may be granted the status of Honorary Diplomate, upon an affirmative vote of a two-thirds majority of the Trustees at a duly constituted meeting of the Board of Trustees, who does not otherwise meet the certification requirements, but who meets one or more of the following criteria:

  • Attained a level of prominent recognition in one or more of the specialty fields of the civil engineering profession identified in the bylaws
  • Made a noteworthy achievement or sustained noteworthy contributions to the advancement of the civil engineering profession in one of those specialty fields
  • Rendered outstanding service over a sustained period of time to the civil engineering profession.

An Honorary Diplomate shall not be required to submit documentation of their professional experience or pass an examination, and shall not be required to pay certification fees. This certification is by invitation or nomination only. 

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Reston, VA


The Smithsonian Institution
Washington, DC


Schnabel Foundation Company
Sterling, VA


DiGioia, Gray & Associates, LLC
Monroeville, PA


Delon Hampton & Associates
Washington, DC


SSL: Communications Consulting
Flower Mound, TX


Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO


Cornell University
Ithaca, NY


University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, CO


North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC