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FBPE Can Step You Through Printing Your License

If you have completed renewal but haven’t received an email containing your license (or you want to generate a new email), FBPE can help. Look for the page “How Do I Print My License?” under the Licensure section of our website for complete instructions.

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Licensure in the Storm’s Wake

While engineers may be needed in the wake of Hurricane Irma, the Florida Board of Professional Engineers is not able to relax its requirements or waive statutory requirements for licensure.

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FBPE, FEMC Meetings Canceled

The Florida Board of Professional Engineers and the Florida Engineering Management Corporation meetings scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 10 and 11, in Orlando have been canceled.

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Save $10 on Renewal

Renew Early and Save $10

Professional Engineers who renew their Florida licenses early can save $10 on their renewal fee. Renew between Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, and Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, and pay $88.75, rather than the usual $98.75 fee.

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PE License Renewal: Step-by-Step

Licenses to Be Available Online Only

A major change is coming with this licensure renewal cycle. Professional Engineer licenses and Certificates of Authorization will no longer be mailed. PEs must log into their account at myfloridalicense.com and print their license and CA from there.

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Walid M. Sobh, PE

Sobh Appointed to Fill FBPE Vacancy

Walid M. Sobh, 55, has been appointed by Gov. Rick Scott to fill a vacancy on the Florida Board of Professional Engineers. Mr. Sobh’s term runs May 1 through Oct. 31, 2018.

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