Civil Engineer

Civil engineer is a person duly registered with the Board for Civil Engineers. He is a holder of a valid certificate of registration and professional identification card from the PRC. Civil engineer renders services in the form of consultation, design, preparation of plans, specifications, estimates, erection, installation and supervision of the construction of streets, bridges, highways, railroads, airports and hangars, port works, canals, river and shore improvements, lighthouses, and dry docks; buildings, fixed structures for irrigation, flood protection, drainage, water supply and sewerage works; demolition of permanent structures; and tunnels.

Board refers to the Professional Regulatory Board of Civil Engineering.

A technical examination is required to be passed by all applicants for registration for the practice of civil engineering.

Applicants for admission to the civil engineering examination as herein provided shall, prior to the date of the examination, establish to the satisfaction of the Board that he has the following qualifications:
a. Be at least twenty-one years of age.
b. Be a citizen of the Philippines.
c. Be of good reputation and moral character.
d. Be a graduate of a four-year course in civil engineering from a school, institute, college or university recognized by the Government or the State wherein it is established.

Scope of Civil Engineer Board Examination

The examination shall include, in the discretion of the Board:
1. mathematics, including algebra, plane and spherical trigonometry, analytics, descriptive and solid geometry, differential and integral calculus, and rational and applied mechanics
2. hydraulics
3. surveying, including highway and railroad surveying; plane, topographic and hydrographic surveying, and advance surveying
4. design and construction of highways and railroads, masonry structures, wooden and reinforced concrete buildings, bridges, towers, walls, foundations, piers, ports, wharves, aqueducts, sanitary engineering works, water supply systems, dikes, dams and irrigation and drainage canals.

Oath of Profession

All successful candidates in the examination shall be required to take a professional oath before the Board of Civil Engineers or other Government Officials authorized to administer oaths, prior to entering upon the practice of the civil engineering profession.

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