Providing innovative, practical solutions to its clients’ needs for more than 55 years, Byce & Associates, Inc. (Byce) brings a passion to serving the needs of their clients, employees and neighbors: the community. Byce has been an industry leader in the engineering profession, serving its clients, staff, and supporting industry partners as well as fostering the enhancement and viability of the engineering profession at both a State and National level. Community involvement is paramount to Byce, both for the company as a whole and for its employees. James Escamilla, PE, President/CEO, as well as many other employees, sit on many local boards, committees and associations. In addition, Byce actively participates in philanthropic projects aimed to benefit the local community and prides itself on its relationship with local non-profits, providing architectural and engineering services with a substantial portion of the fee waived as a donation. Byce principals and employees are actively involved in contributing to the success of ACEC/Michigan and the engineering industry as a whole. Mr. Escamilla has served ACEC/M in the capacity of President and National Director. Brenda Longman, Vice President, serves on the Business Practices Committee, and Matthew Norko, Marketing Coordinator, serves on the Engineering & Surveying Excellence Awards Committee. Bryan Webster, PE, Vice President, is actively involved in mentoring senior engineering students through the “Capstone” process.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Michigan is the voice of Michigan’s engineering industry. Council members – numbering nearly 100 firms throughout the state – are engaged in a wide range of engineering/architectural/surveying works that propel the state’s economy, and enhance and safeguard Michigan’s quality of life. These works allow people to drink clean water, enjoy a healthy life, take advantage of new technologies, and travel safely and efficiently. The Council’s mission is to contribute to Michigan’s prosperity and welfare by advancing the business interests of member firms.