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The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland registers and welcomes it's 30,000th RPEQ Willem Nagel The ranks of RPEQs continue to grow. In the last financial year, the Board welcomed an impressive 2,000 new registrants, the highest annual number of new registrants in the Board’s 90-year-plus...

If you provide professional engineering services in Queensland, it’s crucial to be a registered professional engineer (RPEQ), under the Professional Engineers Act 2002 (PE Act), as demonstrated in recent case brought by the Board. A chartered engineering associate inspected an amusement device. As part of the inspection, the engineering associate produced...

Unregistered engineers can face serious consequences providing professional engineering services in or for Queensland if they fail to comply with the Professional Engineers Act 2002 (PE Act). The Board recently prosecuted a case involving an interstate engineer providing professional engineering services for a building in Queensland. The engineer worked outside...

  Queensland’s engineering regulator is urging registered professional engineers (RPEQs) to renew their registration during the upcoming annual renewal period. From Saturday 1 April to Wednesday 31 May 2023, RPEQs can renew their registration through the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (Board) website. “Queensland’s economy is growing,...

A key objective of the PE Act is to uphold the standards of practice of RPEQs. The Code of Practice (Code) for RPEQs is a critical measure to help uphold those standards of practice. The purpose of the Code is to: promote the obligations which underpin professional...