The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland (BPEQ) is an independent statutory body responsible for protecting the public and regulating the vast and multi-faceted engineering profession through a fair and consistent set of standards, designed to uphold engineering practise and conduct.
BPEQ provides a range of services which are included in our Annual Reports.
In addition, the Regulator Performance Framework sets out how BPEQ’s regulatory practices align with the Queensland Government’s regulator model practices.
BPEQ is committed to protecting the public and setting the standard of engineering. BPEQ’s policies guide its decision-making processes and expectations.
Under the PE Act, BPEQ has an obligation to maintain a register of all current and former RPEQs. The online directory contains the names and contact details of all current practising and non-practising RPEQs. Members of the public can view the complete register free of charge at the Board’s office during ordinary office hours in accordance with s 103 of the PE Act.