Professional Engineers Day at Clark Nexsen

We celebrate our team of 105 licensed Professional Engineers and 25 Engineers in Training today and appreciate the work they do each and every day.

In August 1907, the first professional engineering license was issued to Charles Bellamy in Wyoming. Since that time, licensure has expanded with the National Society of Professional Engineers representing the interests of more than 31,000 licensed professional engineers and those on the path to licensure. NSPE honors licensed professional engineers with the third annual Professional Engineers Day on August 1, 2018.

On our blog, Patrick Licklider authors An Electrical Engineer’s Take on Designing Successful Pharmaceutical Lab Space.

Our CEO, Chris Stone, is a PE and a NSPE Fellow who has been an advocating for engineers for more than three decades. “Engineering is an exciting field because every day presents an opportunity to innovate, but it also comes with heavy responsibility to protect the public health, safety, and welfare,” he states. “To me, that balance — the excitement and the responsibility — is what’s made being a PE such a meaningful career.”