April 20, 2021 / Industry News, PWGC News

Garrett Gobillot, PE, Project Engineer, is PWGC’s newest Professional Engineer (PE) after passing the Environmental Professional Engineering Exam. The exam itself is an 8-hour computer-based exam that can only be taken after passing the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam and working under a PE for a minimum of four years.

As a New York State PE, Garrett will be able to sign and seal his own plans as well as plans prepared by younger staff. Becoming a PE is a tremendous step in Garrett’s career.

Garrett states, “I’m very proud of myself after all the hard work I put into preparing for the exam. I am grateful for the encouragement from my wife Clorasteen and the support of my peers at PWGC. It feels amazing to finally pass the exam after studying 2-3 hours every morning for three and a half months!”

Garrett’s next goal is to obtain his Connecticut PE license through reciprocity.

“I want to congratulate Garrett on passing the PE Exam! It is a huge accomplishment and one I know he was really looking forward to achieving,” said President and CEO Paul K. Boyce, PE, PG. “Obtaining a PE license is not only beneficial to Garrett, but also to the firm and the profession as well. I am proud of his accomplishment and I am excited to see where he goes from here.”

All of us at PWGC could not be prouder of Garrett and his accomplishment. Becoming a PE is a significant step in his career and success. We cannot wait to see what his future holds and the continued success he will achieve.

Garrett Gobillot, PE, Project Engineer, PWGC's Newest Professional Engineer


green bar

Industry Updates

PWGC provides occasional industry-tailored newsletters to help you stay updated on ever-changing environmental rules, regulations, and pertinent news. Industry newsletters are published seasonally and as needed.