The Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE – TCG) was established in 1923. It is a public entity governed by an elected administration. Its headquarters are located in Athens, with 17 regional offices across Greece.
All qualified/licensed engineers in Greece are registered members of the TCG. According to the official data of January 2016, TCG had 104,444 active members and 21,937 retired honorary members.
TCG’s goal is to develop Science and Technology in sectors related to the engineering specialties under its auspice, considering economic, social and cultural development, as per the principles of sustainable development and environmental protection.
TCG represents 13 areas of engineering disciplines: Civil Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Rural and Surveying Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, Naval Engineer, Electronic Engineer, Engineer of Urban Planning & Regional Development, Environmental Engineer, Engineer of Mineral Resources, Engineer of Production & Management.