Purpose

The purpose of the Association is to promote the construction and maintenance of good roads in the Counties of Alabama, to promote the spirit of cooperation between the County Road Departments and the Alabama Department of Transportation, and by the exchange of ideas, to give all Counties in the State the advantages of the Engineering profession.

 

Brief History

The Association of County Engineers of Alabama is an affiliate of the Association of County Commissions of Alabama. The ACEA was established on September 4, 1952 in order to promote sound road and bridge infrastructure along county roads across Alabama through an exchange of ideas among engineering professionals and by maintaining cooperation between the Alabama counties and the Alabama Department of Transportation. The ACEA is comprised of the County Engineers and Assistant Engineers from all of Alabama’s sixty seven (67) counties.

 

2020 – 2021 Board of Directors

Executive Committee

President: Greg Bodley, Morgan County

Vice President: John Mark Davis, Autauga County

Secretary/Treasurer: Brian Rosenbalm, Calhoun County

Area Directors

Tuscumbia Area: Jeremy Robison, Colbert County
Guntersville Area: Tim Graves, Etowah
Fayette Area: Clint Terry, Pickens County
Tuscaloosa Area: Scott Anders, Tuscaloosa County
Birmingham Area: Dustin Stewart, Blount County
Alex City Area: Jeremy Butler, Clay County
Grove Hill Area: Lance Jordan, Choctaw County
Mobile Area: Bryan Kegley, Mobile County
Montgomery Area: Justin Hardee, Lee County
Troy Area: Lynn Ralls, Covington County
Representative of Nonvoting Members: Trent Dykes, Crenshaw County

 

Past Presidents

2019 – 2020: Justin Barfield, Geneva County
2018 – 2019: DeAndre Kimbrough, Perry County
2017 – 2018: Josh Harvill, Chambers County
2016 – 2017: David Palmer, Franklin County
2015 – 2016: Derek Brewer, Dale County
2013 – 2014: Dan Dahlke, St. Clair County
2012 – 2013: Chris Champion, Henry County
2011 – 2012: Randy Cole, Shelby County
2010 – 2011: Bill Bridges, Escambia County
2009 – 2010: Tim Graves, Etowah County
2007 – 2008: Richie Beyer, Elmore County
2005 – 2006: Benjie Sanders, Crenshaw County
2004 – 2005: Dennis McCall, Butler County
2002 – 2003: Greg Bodley, Morgan County
2001 – 2002: Anthony Crear, Sumter County
1996 – 1997: Mike Shaw, Marion County