Oregon Licensing

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Welcome to the Oregon professional engineering licensing page! This page will provide all of the detailed steps necessary to get licensed and stay licensed as a professional engineer in Oregon. For detailed contact information for the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying, see the contact information page. Oregon is a partial practice act state. A licensed structural engineer is mandatory for “significant structures”. Significant structures are defined as hazardous facilities and special occupancy structures, essential facilities with a ground area more than 4,000 square feet or more than 20 feet in height, irregular structures, or structures that are customarily occupied by human beings and are more than four stories or 45 feet  above average ground level. Licensed civil professional engineers may legally work on structures that are not deemed “significant structures”.

 

Through this page, you can find detailed instructions on how to:

  • Apply for your Engineer-in-Training Certification – Coming Soon!
  • Apply for your Professional Engineering License – Coming Soon!
  • Apply for your Professional Engineering License by comity – Coming Soon!
  • Apply for your Structural Engineering License – Coming Soon!
  • Apply for your Structural Engineering License by comity – Coming Soon!

You can also:

  • Review renewal requirements for your Civil Professional Engineering license – Coming Soon!
  • Review continuing education requirements for your Civil Professional Engineering license – Coming Soon!
  • Review renewal requirements for your Structural Engineering license – Coming Soon!
  • Review continuing education requirements for your Structural Engineering license – Coming Soon!

Refer to the forms and links page if you want to download an application, review continuing education requirements, lookup a license, etc.

If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions, feel free to contact us at info@civilpe.net.

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