Florida Structural Engineers Association
SE Licensure Executive Summary
FSEA has been working since 2007 to establish a structural engineering (SE) license in the state of Florida. Rationale for this additional level of accreditation include:
SEI, CASE, NCSEA, and NCEES have all agreed that an enhanced 16-hour examination focused on structures is the best path toward ensuring that the design of structures protects the safety, health and welfare of the public. This exam has been available in Florida since 2011, but under current law, it is not (and cannot be) required for those seeking to become licensed Professional Engineers (PE) who perform structural design.
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