PCEA  OF  AMERICA,  INC.National  Headquarters  

Code of Ethics

of the

Professional Construction Estimators

Association of America, Inc.

This Association expects that the following rules shall guide the acts of each of its members.

 

Members shall…

 

Ø      Be guided in all relations by high standards of integrity and fair dealing

Ø      Uphold before the public at all times the dignity of the profession generally and the reputation of the Association

Ø      Avoid and discourage exaggeration and unwarranted statements

Ø      Refuse to undertake work believed to be unprofitable to the principle without first advising of the improbability of successful results

Ø      Uphold the principal that unreasonably low prices frequently result in inferior and unreliable work

Ø      Refuse the loan of their name to any questionable enterprise

Ø      Be conservative in estimates, reports, testimony, etc. in connection with the promotion of any business enterprise

Ø      Not engage in any project which is contrary to law or public welfare

Ø      Not falsely or maliciously injure directly or indirectly the reputation, prospects, or general welfare of another

Ø      Not attempt to conceal oversights or errors to lessen responsibility of mistakes

Ø      Present contracts that are sound and fair to all parties; contractor, principal and owners

Ø      Treat with the strictest confidence the prices, sub-bids and other information furnished by sub-contractors and suppliers

Ø      Not divulge any business secrets or confidential knowledge of principal's business affairs

Ø      Under no circumstances be guilty of undignified or questionable professional conduct or behavior that could unfavorably reflect upon the Professional Construction Estimators Association and/or the Association's individual members

 

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