Important Dates
All public Board meetings begin at 8:30 a.m. 
(unless otherwise stated)

April 18, 2016 @ 3:30 Special Board Meeting - Cheyenne AGENDA

April 19-21, 2016  WARAS (Casper)-Outreach team will have booth and present.

May 19-21, 2016  Western Zone Meeting-Alaska.

May 31, 2016  Spring Newsletter Release.

June 8-10, 2016  WAM (Cody WY)-Outreach team will have booth.

June 20&21, 2016  Board Meeting - Cheyenne AGENDA to come.

July 19-21, 2016  WCBO (Casper WY)-Outreach team will be presenting.

August 25, 2016  EXAM DEADLINE-All applications and fees due to Board for October Exam

September 1, 2016  EXAM DEADLINE-October Exam fee's due to NCEES by 3:00 p.m. ETS

September 19, 2016  Board Meeting - Cheyenne AGENDA to come.

September 27-29, 2016 WACO (Laramie WY)-Outreach team will have a booth.













Mission
The Board's mission is to safeguard life, health and property of the public by assuring that those who practice the professions of engineering and land surveying are licensed and attain and maintain competence in those professions.







LAND SURVEYORS MAKE A POSITIVE IMPACT WITH WYOMING’S CHILDREN

Youth organizations and schools throughout Wyoming now have access to fun and informative STEM focused programs presented by Wyoming’s Professional Land Surveyors.  These personalized presentations are available on a year-round basis through a partnership between the Wyoming Board of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors and the Professional Land Surveyors of Wyoming.  This effort kicks off with Governor Mead signing a Proclamation on March 14 2016.  The proclamation designates March 21-25, 2016 as Wyoming Land Surveyor’s Week.  A new program will be launched which engages professional land surveyors with youth organizations to present exciting opportunities in the career.  Younger age groups can expect a highlight on the mysteries and fun of working outdoors with maps, math, and exploring high tech tools.  High school students will get a deeper look at what the career field offers for their future and what educational paths are needed to pursue for success in this field.

The girl scouts were the first organization to show interest in the presentations and have meetings scheduled with professional land surveyors in March.  Boy Scout troops have also started to sign up for meetings in March and April.

For organization to take advantage of these free hands-on presentations they can contact Troy Niesen at (307) 777-6156 or troy.niesen@wyo.gov.  The Board will collect some basic information then coordinate with Professional Land Surveyors throughout the State. 

Media are invited to attend events.  To coordinate a media visit, contact the Wyoming Board office at (307) 777-6155.

Professional Land Surveyors have a positive impact on Wyoming and the nation’s economy.  Their efforts to protect public property by using professional knowledge and proven skills provide critical support to a variety in industries including: design services, energy, heavy construction, infrastructure and residential building, just to name a few.

http://governor.wy.gov