Pursuant to Rule 61G15-37.001(11), Florida Administrative Code, the Florida Engineers Management Corporation is required to post all Final Orders involving active disciplinary cases to the website until the terms of the final order are completed, or until the licensee becomes inactive, retires, relinquishes the license, or permits the license to become null and void. Included in this section are all current active cases in which final action has been taken by the Board, and a brief description of the licensee’s violation and discipline, as well as a link to the final order.

If you would like to verify whether or not an engineer or firm has been previously disciplined, please go to myfloridalicense.com.

Any member of the public may request information about disciplinary or enforcement actions. All information, records, and transcriptions regarding such actions are available to the public for inspection or copying except information that is otherwise confidential or exempt from Section 119.07(1), Florida Statutes, when the investigation ceases to be active, when probable cause has been found, or when a case is closed by the Probable Cause Panel or FEMC.

Please be advised that pursuant to Chapter 119, F.S., FEMC/FBPE must comply with all requests for public records. If you would like to request public case information on a professional engineer or firm, please use the online Public Records Request form or email publicrecords@fbpe.org. It is important to include as much information as possible when you are making a public records request. To the extent possible, please include:

  • Name of Licensee or Certification of Authorization (CA) holder
  • License or CA number
  • Case number (if available)
  • What specific information you are requesting (i.e., licensee records, disciplinary actions, case disposition, case complaint and supporting documents, consultant reports, etc.)

If you have any questions related to the cases posted in this section or about the complaint/disciplinary process, please contact FBPE’s Legal Department at (850) 521-0500.

 

Mitchell, PE Stephen

PE No. 77318 (Old PE No. 39579)
Case No. 90-12725

Licensee was charged with the negligence in the practice of engineering, a violation of Section 471.033(1)(g), Florida Statutes. Licensee was hired to provide engineering services that included planning, permitting and construction of a residential subdivision.

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Seckinger, PE Peter R.

PE No. 51245
Case No. 2014004355

Licensee was charged with being found guilty of violating O.C.G.A. §16-12-100.2(e)(1), a crime evidencing a lack of moral character and thus has not maintained good moral character required of a Professional Engineer, a violation of Section 471.033(1)(d), Florida Statutes.

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Chewing, PE Roger

PE No. 21780
Case No. 2013027115

Licensee was charged with two counts of negligence in the practice of engineering, a violation of Section 471.033(1)(g), Florida Statutes, and Rules 61G15-34.007(2)(1) and 61G15-34.007(2)(m), Florida Administrative Code.

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Bolivar, PE Santiago

PE No. 53326
Case No. 2014030707

Licensee was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(g), Florida Statutes and Rule 61G15-19.001(4), Florida Administrative Code; negligence in the practice of engineering.

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Gavarrete, PE Gilberto

PE No. 51371
Case No. 2013033149

Licensee was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(g), Florida Statutes and Rule 61G15-19.001(4), Florida Administrative Code; negligence in the practice of engineering.

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Messulam, PE Aldo J.

PE No. 12326
Case No. 2014017182

Licensee was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(g), Florida Statutes and Rule 61G15-19.001(4), Florida Administrative Code; negligence in the practice of engineering.

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Robinson, PE Michael A.

PE No. 28317
Case Nos. 2013028827, & 2014004347

Licensee was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(g), Florida Statutes and Rule 61G15-19.001(4), Florida Administrative Code; negligence in the practice of engineering.

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Hakken, Sharyn

PE No. 65748 (Null & Void)
Case No. 2014050002

Prior Licensee was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(a), Florida Statutes and Section 455.227(1)(t), Florida Statutes; failure to report in writing to the board, within 30 days after the licensee is convicted or found guilty of, or entered a plea of nolo contendere or guilty to, regardless of adjudication, a crime in any jurisdiction.

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Cardona, PE Alberto

PE No. 17138
Case Nos. 2013009988, & 2014023033

In case number 2013009998 the Licensee was charged with violating Section 471.033(1)(g), Florida Statutes and Rule 61G15-19.001(4), Florida Administrative Code; negligence and misconduct in the practice of engineering. Licensee was retained to investigate water intrusion and reported wind damage to the windows and sliding glass doors.

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