The Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE) has many responsibilities and obligations to its licensees and to the health, safety and welfare of the general public. In addition to reviewing and approving applications for licensure, FBPE is also responsible for managing, updating and enforcing the rules that govern the practice of engineering and to guard against the unlicensed practice of engineering within the State of Florida.
The Board accomplishes this through its regular meetings and also by utilizing administrative and technical committees to help conduct its business. FBPE meets six times a year in designated locations around the state, and all meetings are open to the public. FBPE’s committees meet on alternate months from the full board meetings, and are used to accept or solicit input from Florida’s licensees, either individually or through their respective organizations.
Pursuant to Rule 61G15-18.020, F.A.C., Public Comment, FBPE invites and encourages all licensees and members of the public to attend. If you are interested in attending a meeting and/or would like the opportunity to speak to the Board on a specific matter, submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. All requests must be in writing and include the person or entity requesting an appearance and the subject matter or issue to be presented along with valid contact information.
Meeting agendas and minutes in PDF format can be downloaded from this section. The schedule and locations of all Board and committee meetings can be found on the Board calendar. To access this information, select “View Full Calendar” under the Latest News section of our Home page.
If you would like to request more detailed information from past Board meetings that is not available in this section, send an email email@example.com. Please be sure to include as much detail as possible in your request including your contact information and the Board meeting date and time. Note that depending on the amount of information provided and method/medium requested, a fee may be charged.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email the Board directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.