Did you renew your Professional Engineer license or company’s Certificate of Authorization during the recent renewal period, which ended Feb. 28? Take a moment to log into your account at myfloridalicense.com to confirm that your renewal is complete and that your Florida license or CA is current and active through 2021.
License renewal for continuing education providers in Florida is currently underway. All current CE provider licenses will expire after May 31, 2019.
Members of the biological systems engineering club at the Florida A&M University College of Agriculture and Food Sciences learned about the benefits of becoming a Professional Engineer in Florida on Feb. 27, 2019.
DiscoverE kicks off the 2019 Global Marathon For, By, and About Women in Engineering & Technology at noon EST Wednesday, March 6, with the first of five live weekly online events.
No more paper and pencils for those taking the Petroleum or Environmental disciplines of the Principles & Practice of Engineering exams. NCEES has converted those two PE exams to computer-based tests in 2019.
Professional Engineer licenses have been updated and now include Special Inspector numbers. The revised licenses also have the FBPE logo in the upper right corner.
On Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, FBPE staff talked with senior engineering students at the University of West Florida about how to become a Professional Engineer in Florida.
PE No. 63974 – SUSPENDED
Case No. 2017046158
Ms. James was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(k), Florida Statutes; violating any order of the board or department previously entered in a disciplinary hearing.
PE No. 38647 – SUSPENDED
Case No. 2018006082
Mr. Griffin was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(k), Florida Statutes; violating any order of the board or department previously entered in a disciplinary hearing.
PE No. 38464 – REVOKED
Case No. 2017049529
Mr. Gaydosh was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(i), Florida Statutes; practicing engineering on a suspended license.