European Council


Civil Engineers

Romanian Association of Civil Engineers


Asociatia Inginerilor Constructori din Romania (Romanian Association of Civil Engineers)

122-124 Lacul Tei bvd, sector 2

020396 Bucharest



Phone: +4021 242 96 17




The Romanian Association of Civil Engineers (AICR) was founded in February 1990, although the first Association of Romanian Engineers was founded in 1895 as a Polytechnic Society. Its members were mainly civil engineers, graduates of the National School for Roads and Bridges in Bucharest or of foreign universities, in particular Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris.

The Romanian Association of Civil Engineers is a professional, independent, non-governmental, non-political and non-commercial organisation. The mission of AICR is to represent and protect the professional interests of civil engineers, both at national and international level.

AICR members are engineers from all branches of the profession:

-        Design and site engineers;

-        Engineers working in research and development;

-        Contractors and developers;

-        Engineers from the building materials field.


The organizational structure of AICR is the following:

-        General Assembly

-        Central College:

  • President of the Association;
  • Vice-president of the Association;
  • Secretary General of the Association;
  • Presidents of regional branches;
  • Representatives of collective members;

-        Permanent Office

-        Committee of Auditors


Our membership comprises:

-        founding members;

-        individual members;

-        collective members;

-        supportive members;

-        honorary members.


The main objectives of AICR include:

  • increasing civil engineers’ professional recognition and value;
  • participation in the protection of public interest in the sphere of building and protection of the rights of the individual members of our chamber;
  • promoting the professional interests of engineers;
  • working together with governmental and non-governmental bodies, economic, social and professional organizations;
  • life-long learning through technical and professional conferences;
  • providing information and civil engineering content;
  • promoting advanced design and building construction technology;
  • supporting specialized higher technical education;
  • cooperation with the European Council of Civil Engineers.