Which states recognize the structural engineering license? It’s one of the most common questions from professional engineers looking to market their expertise across state lines. Due to the perceived risk involved and the increased complexity of structural design requirements, many states have begun to recognize structural engineers separately from professional engineers and increase their licensing requirements. There is, however, a wide variation in the state requirements to obtain a structural engineering license and in the significance an SE license carries. NSPE members now have free access to a new report that provides a state-by-state summary of laws that recognize and regulate the practice of structural engineering. Learn more about this report and others on state laws and regulations related to engineering practice.
New Report Offers State-By-State Look at Regulation of Structural Engineering
Monday, November 12, 2018