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.