UP ACES was founded by Claudio Altura, Reynaldo Alberto, Bernardo Armeña and Ramon Arroyo
UP ACES gained official recognition
UP ACES launched the maiden issue of the BEAM, a monthly publication exhibiting the literary and journalistic talents of its members
UP ACES was cited as the “Most Outstanding Student Organization” in the College of Engineering by the Engineering Student Council
UP ACES sponsored the first National Convention of Civil Engineering Students
UP ACES started to organize the Civil Engineering Quiz, a Metro Manila-wide quiz show
The Civil Engineering Quiz evolved to be a nation-wide competition and is now known among civil engineering schools as the National Civil Engineering Quiz
UP ACES joined the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers
UP ACES became one of the founding organizations of the Alliance of Young Civil Engineers in Metro Manila
UP ACES upgraded the National Civil Engineering Quiz and integrated it into a week-long event, the Civil Engineering Summit
Civil Engineering Summit gained its National status
Stick-wit-u, a bridge building competition was first opened to high school students in Metro Manila. It was eventually rebranded to what we know now as InCEthink and was then embedded to the week-long celebration of the National Civil Engineering Summit.
UP ACES’ 60th (Diamond) Anniversary
UP ACES resident members, together with its alumni, were able to raise Php 12,410,000 for the refurbishment of the UP Institute of Civil Engineering (UP ICE) Office and Classroom Wing (OCW) through the EDIFICE Project.
Due to the pandemic, National Civil Engineering Webinar Series was held as an
alternative for the National Civil Engineering Summit.
An online alternative for the National Civil Engineering: Bridge Building Competition,
National Civil Engineering Symposium, National Civil Engineering Quiz, CE Exhibit,
The first Project ALAS Team was established: A-Team.
The comeback of face-to-face version of NCES is launched.