The Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria. ACEN, was founded in 1972 and registered in 1979. Its objective is the development of Consulting Engineering practice in Nigeria by the mobilization of private sector Engineering Consultants for the advancement of the Consulting Engineering sub-sector of the built environment. The focus of this effort is to ensure that the highest level of technical competence and business ethics are brought to bear on the practice of the profession in Nigeria.
The Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria (ACEN), a body of 300 registered independent private engineering consultancy firms and voice of the profession in Nigeria is deeply concerned about the incessant incidents of building collapse in the Nation.
The most recent incident at a shopping mall in Itoku, Abeokuta is an indication that no lesson has been learnt from previous incidents. The loss in terms of human and material resources to our nation is monumental and immeasurable.
F.A.O. Phillips Resource Centre is for ACEN registered members, Professionals in the industry and the public.
Engr. Foluseke Adewunmi Olajide Phillips M.B.E, CPA, Ceng, FNSE, FIMech, FNIM, FAEng.
Engr. Foluseke Adewunmi Olajide Phillips was born at Igbore Abeokuta on 27 October, 1915. He had his primary education at St. Paul’s School, Igbore, Abeokuta (1922 – 27), from where he proceeded to the C.M.S. Grammar School, Lagos (1927-31) and then to King College, Lagos (1931-34). He completed his secondary education at King’s College.