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February 2020

Engineering Legacy
Last month we recognized and saluted professional members of the American Institute of Architects.  To continue with our new decade theme of recognizing and saluting professional Architecture, Engineering and Landscape Architecture membership organizations history, mission/objectives, values/vision we feature the National Society of Professional Engineers.  To engineers we say, "Thank you for your service to society." 

The History:   NSPE was established in 1934 to realize a simple but vital goal to create an inclusive, nontechnical organization dedicated to the interests of licensed professional engineers, regardless of practice area.  An organization that would protect engineers (and the public) from unqualified practitioners, build public recognition for the profession, and stand against unethical practices and inadequate compensation. 

Before the NSPE Constitution was adopted on September 3, 1934, delegates led with 10 objectives:

  1. Protect the economic and professional interests of the engineer, individually and collectively, through united effort, legislation, and public relations.
  2.  To organize, coordinate, unite, and extend the activities of state societies of professional engineers and their country chapters.
  3.  To strengthen, unify, extend and enforce state legislation protecting the public welfare, the practice of engineering, and the designation "Engineer."
  4.  To protect the engineer against exploitation, unprofessional competition, unlawful encroachment, and restriction of rights of practice.
  5.  To improve conditions for employment and methods of engaging engineering services.
  6.  To wage a militant campaign for more adequate compensation for engineering services. 
  7. To extend employment services and build up a reserve fund for assisting engineers in distress.
  8.  To encourage and guide student engineers and engineering assistants.
  9.  To promote cooperative and fraternal relations within the profession.
  10.  To conduct a planned campaign for the advancement of the engineering profession in public recognition, confidence, and esteem. 
The Mission and Goals:  "To foster licensed professional engineers in service to society."

The Goals

  • Growth in mission impact at all levels of the organization. 
  • Increased public recognition of the value of competent and ethical engineering.
  • Increased membership and participation across all programs.  Engaging more people and engaging them more fully.
  • Maximized synergy:  Value created anywhere in system benefits everyone in the system. 
  • Financial sustainability for national, state societies, and NICET certifications. 

The Value and Vision: 
Ethics and Accountability, Qualifications, Professional Advancement, and Unity. 

We envision "a world where the public can be confident that engineering decisions affecting their lives are made by qualified and ethically accountable professionals."
The Engineers' Creed: (Adopted by National Society of Professional Engineers, June 1954)

As a Professional Engineer, I dedicate my professional knowledge and skill to the advancement and betterment of human welfare. 

I pledge:

  • To give the utmost of performance;
  • To participate in none but honest enterprise;
  • To live and work according to the laws of man and the highest standards of professional conduct;
  • To place service before profit, the honor and standing of the profession before personal advantage, and the public welfare above all other considerations.

In humility and with need for Divine Guidance, I make this pledge. 

On Friday, February 21st, as President of LS Credentialing Services I attended the 69th Annual National Engineers Week joint KSPE and MSPE Luncheon in Kansas City.  For the past 10 years we have joined over 500 engineering professionals, educators, students and interested parties to salute the professional engineering community . 
Everyone should be honored and humbled to work with Engineering, Architecture and Landscape Architecture professionals.  We appreciate and understand the complexities of credentials maintenance.  Our expertise is to assist architects, engineers and landscape architects manage your professional individual and business credentials.  For more information visit or you may contact us at 913-608-7880. 


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