Changes In Fees

The Board of Engineering advises of the following changes in its fee structure:

Application Fees

Current: $200.00

Registration Fees

Current: $650.00

 

The current Practice Fees are as follows:

Members of APETT $700.00
Non APETT $825.00
Retired Persons: 50% of the above

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The Engineering Profession Act - Virtual Town Hall Meeting 2022 Print

 
Draft Revision to the Engineering Profession Act Print

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Passing of Eng. Jerry Medford Print

It is with immense sadness, that we would like to inform you of the passing of the Registrar/Secretary Eng. Jerry Medford today Friday 25th February, 2022.

Eng. Medford, served as a Board Member of the Board of Engineering of Trinidad and Tobago (BOETT) from Terms 5 – 7 consecutively, during the years 2001 – 2011.  He was also appointed Acting Chairman, then Chairman after the passing of the then Chairman, Eng. Imtiaz Hosein.

In 2012, Eng. Medford was appointed as Registrar/Secretary of the BOETT for the Eighth (8th) Term – the present Tenth (10th) Term.

He served all these terms with distinction and was a valuable asset to The UWI Alumni Association, TTGPA, BOETT and APETT.

The Board of Engineering would like to extend our deepest condolences to his wife Mrs. Cheryl Medford, two daughters, son-in-law and grand-daughter.

 
Important Notice - Our office has re-opened for business Print

 
Terms of Reference - Rapid Damage Assessment (RDA) Consultant Print

TERMS OF REFERENCE

Consultant to deliver a Rapid Damage Assessment (RDA) approach, methodology and training
PREPARE Program Trinidad and Tobago

Title: RDA Consultant
Based: Trinidad and Tobago
Period: April-August 2021
Duration: c. 60-90 days
Start date: 1 May 2021
Contracting Org: Miyamoto International Inc.
Expected regional travel: None

Background
After a disaster, particularly a destructive earthquake, but also severe floods, landslides and windstorms, there is an urgent need to quickly check the integrity of buildings and transport networks affected by the event; to restore services and shelter the displaced. Should engineers and/or architects apply their own evaluation methodologies, there is a greater chance of conflicting evaluation reports among agencies and professionals. Such circumstance will add to the difficulties of the disaster response and recovery.

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