Things are really hopping around the FBPE office. Besides getting back into the swing of outreach by way of face-to-face university presentations, we are also in the middle of licensure renewal.
I have heard it said that the past is a wonderful place to learn from but a terrible place to live in, so welcome to the New Year!
Time is running out for Professional Engineers wanting to save $10 when they renew their Florida license.
Your Florida PE license won’t renew if you fail to answer three attestation questions — even if you pay your fees.
Some Professional Engineers licensed in Florida are exempt from requirements that they complete 18 hours of continuing education by Feb. 28, 2023, but they must meet two conditions.
If all continues as planned, pencil-and-paper PE exams will be ushered out with the fall 2023 administration of the PE Structural exam. In addition, several CBT exams will be moving…
The Florida Board of Professional Engineers elected Dylan Albergo, PE, as its chair for 2023, and Pankaj (PJ) Shah, PE, as its vice chair. Mr. Albergo succeeds Scott Drury, PE, who served as chair in 2022.
At its December meeting in Tallahassee, the Florida Board of Professional Engineers bade farewell to two members, C. Kevin Fleming, PE, and Scott Drury, PE.
FBPE applauds everyone who passed NCEES exams in the previous quarter. We wish them much success as they move toward the next step in their engineering careers.