The following EITs (Engineer-in-Training) are no longer registered to practice engineering in PEI, effective May 22, 2021:
Annual Engineers PEI Golf Tournament
The Engineers PEI Annual Golf Tournament took place on Friday, September 18th at Stanhope Golf Club.
There were twenty-two teams registered.
The winning team was Team 22 (John Kelly, P.Eng., Darren Chaisson, P.Eng., Stephen Szwarc, P.Eng. and Matt Fortier, P.Eng.).
The Ladies Closest to the Hole: Carrie Houston, P.Eng.
The Ladies Longest Drive: Andrea Richard, P.Eng.
The Mens Closest to the Hole: Curtis Hall, EIT
The Mens Longest Drive: Riley Taweel, Student Member
President Wendy Weeks, P.Eng. and Chair of the Social Committee, Colin McQuillan, P.Eng. present a $5000 donation to Mike MacDonald (centre) of the Upper Room Food Bank on behalf of Engineers PEI.
$25.00 All proceeds will be going to the Engineers PEI Scholarship and 30 by 30.
The registration fee for newly licensed P.Eng. (as of 2016) and EITs will be sponsored by Engineers PEI.
To pay by PayPal, see below.
This year, Engineers PEI, Engineers Nova Scotia, The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick (APEGNB) and Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador (PEGNL) jointly agreed to complete an engineering salary survey.
The 2018 Salary Survey was conducted and compiled by ClearPicture Corp.
The 26th Annual Engineers Bridge Building and Artwork Contest took place on Friday, April 16th.
Special thanks to UPEI's Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering and to Pater Audio for helping make the event a success. To watch the video of the competition, click on the link below.
The winners are as follows:
Grade 4 - 6 Division: