Because professional engineers are held to the highest standards in understanding and executing the principles of engineering, we take licensure very seriously.
Engineers build the world around us. From skyscrapers to nanotechnology, roller coasters to third-world water systems, engineering touches every aspect of our daily lives. And it shows.
Engineering and Land Surveying probably look much different in the last couple months than they did a year ago. We'd like to see how you've adapted to working remotely. Send us photos that show how you've engineered or surveyed creative work environments.
Part of the mission of NVBPELS is to encourage diversity in engineering, and one of the things we can do to make it more accessible to larger groups of people is to focus on how we–as current professionals and leaders–communicate with our peers and rising talent.
“What innovation or invention is the world missing out on because engineering lacks diversity?”
Since our founding in 1919, the Nevada Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors (NVBPELS) has worked hard to fulfill its mission to the constituents we represent.
Nevada and Wyoming agree to regional mobility and sign a Memorandum of Understanding on August 25, 2017.
The Nevada Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors signed a memorandum of understanding with Engineers Canada in January 2017.
The Nevada Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors created a task force in 2009 as a result of a filed complaint.
Dream Big is an American Society of Civil Engineers IMAX and IMAX 3D movie that will be coming soon to a theatre near you! Check out the movie trailer.
Engineers create the world we live in—and with diversity, we increase the pool of possibilities of what can be created. Let’s inspire her to change the world! Watch the commercial!
Only 20% of graduate engineers are women. Somewhere after graduation we lose more than half—less than 10% of engineers in the world are women. Watch the video!