Changes to the Florida Building Code, which went into effect on Dec. 31, 2017, have a direct impact on efforts to repair or rebuild homes and buildings damaged or destroyed by flooding.
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Case Nos. 2016024529, & 2017026828
Licensee was charged with violating Section 471.031(1)(k), Florida Statutes — violating any order of the board or department previously entered in a disciplinary hearing.
Students in Introduction to Civil Engineering at the UF College of Engineering learned about becoming Professional Engineers from FBPE staff on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017.
On Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, FBPE staff members met with more than three dozen students in a civil engineering class at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering.
As I prepare to attend my second regulatory conference this year, I would like to share some insight that I have gained and what regulators across the country may be expecting in the coming year. …
Hurricane Irma pounded the state in September. The old adage says that hindsight is 20/20, so let’s take a look at a few lessons learned so that we can be better prepared for the next one.
With so much of our state impacted by Hurricane Irma, the harder-hit communities were forced to seek outside assistance assessing their damage and determining whether their buildings could be safely reoccupied.
New deans have been named to head the colleges of engineering at Florida International University and Florida Atlantic University.
Raymond Jones Jr., PE, of University Park, Fla., has been awarded the NCEES Distinguished Examination Service Award for his dedicated service to NCEES and the engineering profession.
Patrick Tami, PLS, began his term as 2017-18 NCEES president at the conclusion of the organization’s annual meeting, held Aug. 23-26, 2017, in Miami Beach.