In 1907, the first engineering licensure law was enacted and since then, every state now regulates the practice of engineering by granting only Professional Engineers (PEs) the authority to sign and seal engineering plans and offer their services to the public.
In Florida, you mut have earned an ABET-accredited degree and passed the FE exam before you can take the PE exam. For Peninsula Engineering, the team has continued to shine as several individuals recently passed their PE Exam. This includes Allison Gramer, Pam Peralta, Luis Bolivar, and Daniel Williams.
“Having the discipline and competency when executing work is important for any professional career, but having passed this exam, shows my superiors and our partners that I have a solid understanding of engineering fundamentals,” said Pam Peralta, Project Engineer.
So, what makes a PE different from any other engineer?
Professional Engineers continuously demonstrate and improve their skills, by fulfilling continuing education requirements, which include:
- Earning a four-year degree in engineering from an accredited engineering program
- Passing the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam
- Completing four years of progressive engineering experience under a PE
- Passing the Principles & Practice of Engineering (PE) exam
Peninsula Engineering respects its clients by getting the credentials to earn their trust, and by combining specialized skills with higher standards of ethics and professional quality, this engineering firm strives to ensure public safety, ethical engineering practices and responsible project outcomes.