The American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers is a non-profit corporation established in 1976. Its membership is comprised of American Indian architecture, engineering, and design professionals through out the United States of America.
Purpose of AICAE
- Advance the role of American Indian professional engineers, architects and design professionals in practice and to advance their professional skills.
- Promote recognition of member’s professional excellence, service, projects and contributions.
- Encourage American Indians to pursue careers as professional engineers, architects, and design professionals.
- Consolidate the expertise of members into a single focus for representation on a national level.
AICAE members represent numerous and varied professionals including:
Typical Project Types and Services provided by AICAE members include:
Health Care Facilities
Hotels and Resorts
Water & Wastewater Systems
Land Use Planning