Could I be a PE with this kind of experience?
I work for a testing lab doing soil compaction(using the troxler), concrete inspections(slump,air,unit weight, etc.), masonry inspection, rebar inspections, could this experience count toward becoming a PE in the state of New York or should I move on to a another job as soon as i get my EIT certification,so that i get the right experience?
Asked By: YYCC - 11/4/2007
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I worked in NYC for about 15 years from inspector to Resident Engineer and PM too until March 2006. My best advise is find another job. Don't waste your time with only material testing company. You have to write your experiencee as responsible position, doing engineering work, not technician work, involving... More
Answered By: Ketan P - 11/4/2007
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Best bet is to contact your state licensing board. My guess is that you might get some credit but the work you describe is usually considered "technician" work. Look for an opportunity to do some design work under the charge of a PE.
Answered By: newjerseyguy - 11/4/2007
In most states, the requirement to get your PE is... More
Answered By: johnny2012b - 11/4/2007
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