ACE signed an agreement with the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authority to facilitate the mobility of Architects between the EU and Canada


On the occasion of its General Assembly on 20 April 2018, the Architects' Council of Europe (ACE) signed a Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) with the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA), which sets out the terms and conditions for the recognition of architects' qualifications...[more]

ACE welcomes the Public Procurement Package and reiterates its recommendations for quality-based public procurement


While the European Parliament is currently preparing an own-initiative report on the Public Procurement Strategy package that the Commission adopted in October 2017, the Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE) reiterates its recommendations for quality-based public procurement. The ACE underlines the...[more]

Public Procurement in the EU: President of the Federal Chamber of German Architects presents position of the profession in the European Parliament


In October 2017, the European Commission issued a Public Procurement Package with the aim of making public procurement more efficient and thereby creating jobs and growth. The package contains recommendations for a better implementation of the EU public procurement directives revised in 2014. On...[more]

Interview with Georg Pendl, elected ACE President for 2018/2019


On 1 December 2017 Arch. Georg Pendl was elected as new ACE President for the years 2018-2019. Mr Pendl has enjoyed a long collaboration with the Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE) and acted as Executive Board Member, Area Coordinator, Work Group Chairman and Head of the Austrian...[more]

ACE endorses the Davos Declaration calling for a high-quality Baukultur for Europe


On 21-22 January 2018, the European Ministers of Culture and stakeholders from the heritage and cultural sectors, including the Architects Council of Europe (ACE), attended a conference dedicated to Baulkultur at the invitation of the President of the Swiss Confederation. On this...[more]

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