Minnesota Chief Engineers Guild (MNCEG)

Established in 1943, the Minnesota Chief Engineer’s Guild (MNCEG) is an association for employees of the State of Minnesota who are actively engaged in the planning, management, and maintenance of public facilities, grounds, equipment and systems.

Our association seeks to provide outstanding educational programs for our members, as well as facilitating information sharing and support between our members.  Each September the MnCEG holds our annual Fall Conference, featuring educational sessions and a vendor trade show.  Quarterly meetings are held throughout the year that offer members more educational opportunities, as well as a way to connect with each other.

Thank you to everyone who attended the Annual Conference at Breezy Point Conference Center September 6-8, 2017! We hope all attendees enjoyed the educational sessions and networking events; special thanks to everyone who participated in the Dollars for Scholars Event. You helped raise over $2,000 for our Scholarship Fund!

Thanks to the Winners of our Silent Auction - Winning bids for the 6 lamps brought in over $900 with all proceeds going to the MNCEG Scholarship Fund!


You can order items by clicking on the MNCEG Branded Apparel Hat to the right. Use the code below for a 10% discount now through September 30th!


Register now for the 3rd Annual Building Engineering Construction Conference (BECC)!

ACEC/MN (this year along with DBIA-UMR) is holding its 3rd annual BECC conference on October 10 at the Marriott Minneapolis West.  This event is intended for individuals in the vertical construction field including engineers, architects, construction managers, project managers, contractors and building owners.  The attached program provides information on sessions that will be of value to every level of experience and responsibility. 

There will be in depth presentations on Development in the Twin Cities, Rochester Destination Medical Center, and engineering ethics as well as three thematic tracks with informative sessions by industry leaders. Track 1 - Business Practices/Risk Management includes sessions on Market Forecast, the latest AIA contract document and Common Interest Community Laws, and Creating Successful Teams and Partnerships. Track 2 - Codes delves into NEC, plumbing and energy codes. Track 3 - Project Delivery Methods focusing on alternative delivery trends, an industry panel Q&A session, and a case study of the Minnesota Senate Building.

Details and to register online

The MNCEG Membership Year is July-June.  Renew Your  Membership Today!