Boyce of PWGC appointed treasurer of ACEC BIT and Greyling/EPIC

July 30, 2020 - Long Island
Paul Boyce

Bohemia, NY According to P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc., (PWGC) Paul Boyce, PE, PG, has been appointed treasurer of The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Business Insurance Trust (BIT) and Greyling/EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants.

Boyce, president/CEO of PWGC, has been associated with PWGC, an environmental engineering and consulting firm with more than 60 employees, for more than 25 years. Boyce, who is a third-generation engineer, earned a BS in Civil Engineering from SUNY Buffalo and an MS in Environmental Engineering from Polytechnic University. He is a licensed professional engineer in the states of New York–where he is also a professional geologist–and Pennsylvania. Over the span of his career, Boyce has dedicated himself to the engineering profession by volunteering his time and energy to strengthen and grow PWGC and advancing the industry. In 2018, Boyce was named “Engineer of the Year” by the New York State Society of Professional Engineers Long Island Chapter for his contributions to the engineering profession.

Boyce’s ACEC experience includes having served as treasurer, secretary, vice chair and chair of ACEC-NY’s Long Island Region. He currently serves as regional board member. At the state level, he has served on ACEC-NY’s Board of Directors, as chair of the membership committee. Currently, he is on the membership and standards of practice committees. Boyce is also affiliated with the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Water Works Association, Long Island Professional Geologists Association, National Groundwater Association and New York State Society of Professional Engineers.

The ACEC BIT is responsible for providing quality business insurance responsive to engineering firms’ unique needs, delivering exceptional service to ACEC members, and offering valuable and relevant member benefits. The trustees strive to meet and exceed member firm’s expectations and are committed to helping the program keep pace with changes in the profession.

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