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OAR 820-010-4000(4)(e) requires SE applicants to provide at least 2 years of structural engineering experience that includes: “the design, analysis, evaluation, peer review or quality control of either the primary structural frame and its elements or parts or the lateral force resisting system and its elements or parts, for at least two significant structures."
To ensure that SE applications meet this requirement, all SE applications are reviewed by the OSBEELS Examinations and Qualifications Committee (EQC). To accommodate this additional review, SE applications adhere to a different deadline schedule.
The record of your Social Security number will be used for child support, administration and identification purposes only, unless you authorize other uses of the number. Failing to provide your Social Security number on your license renewal application will result in a delay of your renewal and you will be informed to submit your Social Security number. If during the renewal process your professional license become expired, you will be categorized as “delinquent” and will be assessed an additional $80 fee. If you have not been issued a Social Security number, OSBEELS will accept a written certification to fulfil this requirement.
No. Interns may only practice under the direct supervision of a licensee and may not hold themselves out as a Professional Engineer or Professional Land Surveyor.
No. Be sure to gain professional experience under the supervision and control of a registered professional in your specialty. You'll need at least 3 references from registered professionals for your application.
see The SBEELS Disciplines and Branches Page. See OAR 820-010-1010 for details
Oregon does not
require licensure for firms, only for individuals seeking professional
Your work experience
is calculated based on dates provided on the G-1: Experience Details form and
verified by the reference forms (F-1) submitted with your application package.
If you are unable to provide the required references, then you may request a
waiver. Please see the Reference Waiver Matrix.
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