West Virginia Engineering Law
Laws which prescribe licensure and regulate the practice of professions are enacted under the police powers of this State and are primarily for the protection of the public. The WV Engineering Law regulates the practice of the profession of engineering and is intended for the guidance of persons who seek licensure to practice professional engineering, professional engineers and their firms, public officials who have responsibilities involving engineering matters, and any other person interested in the WV Engineering Law for Professional Engineers.
It is hoped that the information contained herein will be helpful in understanding the substantive and procedural aspects of the Statutory Law and the Legislative Rules under which the Board endeavors to carry out its responsibilities.
|WV Engineering Law Booklet – September 2016
|WV Engineering Law (State Code - Chapter 30, Article 13) – As of March 2015
|WV Engineering Law (State Rules - Title 7, Series 1 – Examination, Licensure and Practice) – As of July 2016
|WV Engineering Law (State Rules - Title 7, Series 2 – Administrative Hearing Procedures) – As of July 2004
For the most current information (which is posted to this site as soon as possible), you may also access the WV Engineering Law through the West Virginia Legislature’s website for Code provisions and the West Virginia Secretary of State's web site for historic and current rules governing the profession. Click the links below to access these sites. Regarding the Code of State Rules page, once there select Professional Engineers.
West Virginia Legislature
WV State Code for Professions and Occupations
West Virginia Secretary of State
Code of State Rules
West Virginia State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers
300 Capitol Street - Suite 910, Charleston, West Virginia 25301
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