One of the missions of FBPE is to increase public awareness of professional engineering licensure. To that end, FBPE staff talks with students at colleges of engineering around Florida, as well as students at primary and secondary schools.
NCEES is pleased to announce that the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is the grand prize winner of the 2019 NCEES Engineering Education Award. The university received the award for a project completed by the Charles W. Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction.
FBPE applauds all of the candidates who passed their engineering exams. We wish them much success as they move toward the next step in their engineering careers.
FBPE Investigators Wendy Anderson and Trebor Raze, along with Public Information Officer William Lampkin, staffed a booth at the 2019 Building Officials Association of Florida annual conference near St. Augustine on June 9-11.
Please be aware of spam emails being sent to Professional Engineers and engineering firms that appear to have been sent from the Florida Board of Professional Engineers. This email was not sent by FBPE, and should be deleted immediately.
Download the Florida Board of Professional Engineers’ mobile app so you can have the latest Florida engineering information at your fingertips, wherever you are.
Download the handouts regarding unlicensed engineering activity distributed at the Building Officials Association of Florida‘s 2019 Annual Conference & Expo.
Florida Professional Engineer license numbers have been issued for those who passed the April 2019 Principles & Practice of Engineering exam, and licenses, along with a wallet cards, can now be printed from an electronic file
Congratulations to the 250 who passed the April 2019 Principles & Practice of Engineering (PE) exam in Florida. FBPE has confirmed the exam results, and NCEES has released them.
The deadline for continuing education providers to renew their licenses in Florida is fast approaching. All current CE provider licenses will expire after May 31, 2019.