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Dual Notice to Be Published on Rule Package R-04547

The Board will publish in the December 3, 2018, State Register a Dual Notice of Intent to Adopt Rules Without a Public Hearing Unless 25 or More Persons Request a Hearing, and Notice of Hearing if 25 or More Requests for Hearing Are Received.

For more on this rule package and how you may comment, see the Board's rulemaking page.

Rulemaking

November Office Closures

The Board office will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 22-23, for Thanksgiving.

Credentialing Committee Will Meet in December

The December 6, 2018, meeting of the Credentialing Committee will occur at its regular time and location.

Meeting Calendar

Gunderson Elected CLARB Secretary

Robert Gunderson, LARobert Gunderson, LA, current Minnesota Board Secretary, has been elected to a two-year term (2018–2020) as Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB). The Minnesota Board is a member of CLARB.

Gunderson has previously served CLARB on its Nominations Committee (2015-2017) and as an invited speaker at the 2013 and 2016 CLARB Annual Meetings. He has previously served the Minnesota Board as Vice Chair.

U of M CEGE Department, Students Receive NCEES Award

Each year, the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), of which the Board is a member, names Engineering Education Award winners. This October, Board Chair Nirmal Jain, PE, and Immediate Past Chair Dennis Martensen, PE, were please to present on behalf of NCEES an award to the Department of Civil, Environment, and Geo-Engineering (CEGE) at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

The students and their university advisors and professional mentors won for their project, a multistage drip irrigation system. The group designed and installed the system for the 500-person community of Filakit Geregera, Ethiopia. Prior to the building of the irrigation system, multiple farm fields went uncultivated due to the inability to supply them with water during the dry season.

Presentation photos are courtesy of Merry Rendahl, Ph.D., Teaching Specialist and Publications Editor for CEGE.

Student Project Design Team

The student design team from the UMN-TC CEGE Department

Project Advisors and Presenters

Left-right: Matt Simcik, UMN-TC Project Advisor; Dennis Martenson, Immediate Past Chair, Board; Joseph Labuz, UMN-TC CEGE Dept. Head; Nirmal Jain, Board Chair; Paul Capel, UMN-TC Project Advisor

Project Demo

Working model of the award-winning irrigation project

More About the Project

Apply to Serve as a Public Member of the Board

Serve on the Board

Public (non-licensee/unaffiliated with the professions) members serve a vital role in public protection through their service on professional Boards. The AELSLAGID Board has vacancies for two such members.  Apply through the Secretary of State website. The Governor makes the appointments.

General Information Apply (SOS Website)

Rule Package R-04374 Adopted, Effective August 13

The rule changes to MN Rule 1800 contained in Rule Package R-04374 were published in the State Register on August 6 and became effective on August 13, 2018.

MN Rule 1800

Governor Dayton Makes Appointments to the Board

The Governor recently made his appointments to the Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience and Interior Design. Terms are effective July 23, 2018, and expire January 3, 2022, with the exception of the vacated land surveyor seat, which has a term ending January 7, 2019.

REAPPOINTED TO THE BOARD:
Nirmal Jain, PE – Maple Grove

Nirmal Jain

NEW TO THE BOARD:
Daniel Baar, LS – Cambridge

Dan Baar

 

NEW TO THE BOARD:
Denise Kazmierczak, PE – Woodbury

Denise Kazmierczak

NEW TO THE BOARD:
Scott Robinson, LA – St. Paul

Scott Robinson

Congratulations and welcome.

2016-2018 Licenses Are Expired

You Can Still Renew Online for 2018-2020

NOTE: There is no grace period with license/certificate expiration. If you need to practice/hold out in Minnesota, you need to renew.

Renew now through Online Renewal Services. Have handy:

  • your PDH hours,
  • your license or certificate number,
  • the last four digits of your social security number, and
  • your credit card information.

You will be charged a late fee.

Renew Online PDH Requirements FAQs

2016 CE Carryover List Available

If your name does not appear on this carryover list, you do not have any CE from the prior period you can carry over to the upcoming renewal in April.

2016 CE Carryover

Retiring Rather Than Renewing? Let the Board Know!

Find out how to request "Retired" status (very simple) and what it means.

Choosing Retired Status

NCEES Releases New PS Exam Specifications

New examination specifications for the Principles and Practice of Surveying go into effect with the January 2019 administration.

2019 PS Exam Specs

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