The Board of Professional Engineers will be moving offices and therefore the Boards website, email and telephone lines will be down from Friday 01 August 2014.
The Board will be moving from 40 George Street, BRISBANE QLD 4000 to Level 15, 53 Albert Street, BRISBANE QLD 4000 and will be open for business as normal from Wednesday 06 August 2014.
Please note that our new customer service number will be (07) 3198 0000 and Post Office Box will remain the same (PO Box 15213, CITY EAST QLD 4002). Applications for New Registration, Mutual Recognition and Restoration are to be submitted via post at this time.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience that this may cause.
As the period for the renewal of the 2013-2014 registration has now expired those RPEQs seeking reregistration will need to complete a restoration form.
Please see Registration Tab under Restoration.
The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland administers the Queensland Professional Engineers Act 2002 (The Act).
The Act provides for the registration of professional engineers to practise in Queensland.
Registration as a professional engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) is recognition of the qualifications and competencies of an engineer. Engineers occupy positions of trust and responsibility within the community, with industry and across government. An engineer plays a critical role in the design and construction of major infrastructure as well as providing critical engineering services to the mining and growing resources sector in Queensland. Engineers aren't limited to the building sector. They play an important role in the construction manufacturing sectors. There are currently 25 areas of engineering in Queensland ranging from aeronautical, chemical to marine engineers. By having a registration system this ensures a high standard of engineering exists within Queensland.
The Act prohibits persons who are not registered from providing professional engineering services in Queensland. The only exception is for individuals who practise under the supervision of registered professional engineers registered in the same area of engineering.
The Act provides a process for persons who are aggrieved by the conduct of a registered professional engineer to lodge a complaint about that engineer's professional conduct.
The current legislation is as follows:
Professional Engineers Act 2002 (as amended)
Professional Engineers Regulations 2003
OFFICE HOURS: 8.30 am - 4.00 pm Monday to Friday. Applications for registration may be submitted to the Board during this time. Should you wish to meet directly with the Registrar or Assistant Registrar for any other issue, please contact the office prior to your visit to make an appointment.
Photographs by Rod Buchholz, courtesy of Department of Communities.
Photographs by Vicki Yen, courtesy of Department of Communities.