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.
Renewal for Florida Professional Engineer licenses and firms’ Certificates of Authorization ended Feb. 28, 2019. More PE licenses and CAs were renewed during the 2018-19 cycle than 2016-17. Quite a number of engineers took advantage of the $10 discount incentive during the first portion of renewal.
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.
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.