Although most of Florida’s licensees have renewed their license, there are several PEs who have paid for renewal and, for lack of responding to the attestation questions, have not completed the renewal process.
You may have issued engineering documents that did not comply with the effective codes, standards, ordinances, laws, and rules at the time of issuance. Here’s how you can avoid pitfalls.
Current licenses for continuing education providers will expire on May 31, 2021. Beginning March 1, 2021, CE providers will be able to access their accounts and renew their license and courses.
The Florida Board of Professional Engineers appointed Dr. Mark A. Tumeo, PE, to fill an engineering vacancy on the Florida Engineers Management Corporation’s board of directors. Dr. Mark Tumeo, PE…
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FBPE’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates page provides news regarding the effects of the pandemic on license, board and committee meetings, examinations, and other information pertinent to Professional Engineers in Florida. The page is updated as necessary.
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, NCEES continues updating its COVID-19 response page.
FBPE applauds those who passed NCEES exams in the previous quarter. We wish them much success as they move toward the next step in their engineering careers.