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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Mark Hodak said that can be a recipe for disaster, especially when employers are not choosing professional engineers for leadership positions that require a strong engineering background.
As with many professions, state governing bodies license or register professional engineers based on education, experience, and standardized tests.
In Association of Professional Engineers of British Columbia v.
Unfortunately, a damaging flaw exists in the definition of professional engineer.
2000/- only for life subscription (including all arrears) for all such registered and professional engineers who couldn't get their registration renewed till date.
Professional Engineers Ontario administers the Professional Engineers Act by licensing Ontario's 70,000 professional engineers, granting temporary, limited, and provisional licences to practise professional engineering, and authorizing businesses to provide engineering services to the public.
Anyone wishing to nominate a professional engineer for this award must submit the nomination by Oct.
These are published by organizations such as The American Institute of Architects (AIA), the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), and the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and are available for a relatively small cost.
In addition to ASAE, Holmes was a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers and was a licensed professional engineer in Kansas and Florida.
Active in various industry associations and professional activities, he was a registered professional engineer, a member of the TAPPI Steam and Power committee, past chairman of the Recovery Boiler sub-committee and past chairman of the Energy Management committee.

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