professional engineer


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professional engineer

A designation reserved, usually by law, for a person or organization professionally qualified and duly licensed to perform such engineering services as structural, mechanical, electrical, sanitary, civil, etc.
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What the professional engineer concept provides is a fulltime professional engineer on staff who is fully integrated into the headquarters.
She is also a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New York and holds a degree from Polytechnic University.
If the owner desires amendments made to plans or sketches submitted to any public agency, the signature and seal of a licensed professional engineer is usually required.
A registered Professional Engineer in New Jersey, Kalafut holds a bachelor of engineering degree from the Stevens Institute of Technology and a master of science of degree in civil engineering from Rutgers University.
The DEP requires that design plans for installation of backflow devices be submitted with complex calculations by a licensed professional engineer or certified architect.
He has held various legal and petroleum industry positions both as a practicing attorney and professional engineer since 1979.
Doug Norris is a Registered Professional Engineer, chartered in the state of Oklahoma.
8220;We cannot afford to risk the safety of our citizens by allowing the motor fuels tax rate to fall to a level that jeopardizes our ability to maintain and repair our bridges and roads,” said Neil Deans, PE, President of Professional Engineers of NC.
Joseph Mumber, chief bridge engineer in the Lawrenceville, NJ, office of Parsons Brinckerhoff, has been named Engineer of the Year by the Professional Engineers Society of Mercer County (PESMC) in New Jersey.
Together this represents over 90% of the professional engineering registrant population, covering more than 215,000 professional engineers.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Former Shrewsbury resident Michael Eichorn and his wife, Shannon, were each presented with their Engineer Intern Certificates at a Statehouse ceremony hosted by the State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers & Surveyors and the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers.

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