The AIC Code of Ethics is the centerpiece of the Institute’s mission and goals. The promotion of ethical conduct and professionalism among Constructors is essential to the standing of the construction profession, and we welcome as members all professionals who share this belief.
If you are looking to make a personal committment to these principles, then you should consider applying for membership.
The “AIC” designation that our constructor members use after their names is a symbol of their dedication to Code of Ethics and the elevation of the profession through individual excellence.
A member shall have full regard to the public interest in fulfilling his or her responsibilities to the employer or client.
A member shall not engage in any deceptive practice, or in any practice which creates an unfair advantage for the member or another.
A member shall not maliciously or recklessly injure or attempt to injure, whether directly or indirectly, the professional reputation of others.
A member shall ensure that when providing a service which includes advice, such advice shall be fair and unbiased.
A member shall not divulge to any person, firm, or company, information of a confidential nature acquired during the course of professional activities.
A member shall carry out responsibilities in accordance with current professional practice, so far as it lies within his or her power.
A member shall keep informed of new thought and development in the construction process appropriate to the type and level of his or her responsibilities and shall support research and the educational processes associated with the construction profession.