The PEPP Award is given annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the advancement and recognition of the role of private practice in serving the public interest. The QBS Award recognizes public agencies that make exemplary use of the QBS selection process at the state and local level. The Albert H. Miller Memorial Scholarship is granted to University of Arkansas students.
Search for sustaining firms and sponsors that support the development of quality products and services for engineers in industry, construction, or private practice.
Information And News
PEPP members receive the group's monthly electronic newsletter, PEPP Talk.
PEPP provides a variety of resources on professional liability and risk management. PEPP leads advocacy efforts and offers a commended professional liability insurance program through CNA/Victor O. Schinnerer and Company, Inc., that assists practicing engineers with risk management. Learn more.
Whether you're preparing for licensure, managing a career transition or simply seeking advice or information from a wide range of experienced engineers nationwide, NSPE's mentoring program provide a powerful resource that's available only to our members.
Products & Services
PEPP members receive significant discounts on NSPE's popular EJCDC contract documents. PEPP's Professional Liability Committee offers guidance and recommendations for choosing the right liability coverage. Search for products through NSPE's online catalog.
Legal liability exposures may represent the greatest threat to the financial health of professional engineers and engineering firms. The following professional liability resources have been developed by NSPE to assist professional engineers and engineering firms in managing many of the risks associated with engineering practice.
Supporters: Sustaining Engineering Firms
These professional design services firms offer the full array of engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, and planning services, primarily in the area of constructed facilities.
Young Engineers Advisory Council
Each year, PEPP YEAC members select one or more projects to focus on throughout the year. The projects are designed to help young engineers in developing their leadership skills and become better engineers or help seasoned engineers learn how to help mentor and motivate young engineers. Through a series of monthly conference calls, the group works as a team to develop this project into something to benefit young engineers, PEPP and NSPE as a whole.