The Structural Roster Designation is not a license but a roster designation. The roster designation means a licensee has met the requirements for the designation.

The roster designation is not required to practice or offer to practice engineering.

You will not be issued a number or certificate. There will be a separate list on the website showing the designation.  There is no fee for the request.

The request must be typed. To meet the requirements, you must already be currently licensed as an AL PE and be in Active Status.  There are 3 options.

  • If you select Option A (16 hours of structural exams and 3 years of structural experience), you must either have the results of the exams in your NCEES Account if you have one or if you do not have an NCEES Account, you must contact the State where you passed the exams and have them send us verification. We will not accept information from the applicant or a website.

 

  • If you select Option B (licensed in a State that separately licenses Structural Engineers and 3 years of structural experience), you must either have the verification of the license in your NCEES Account if you have one or if you do not have an NCEES Account, you must contact the State where you have the structural license and have them send us verification. We will not accept information from the applicant or a website.

 

  • If you select Option C (currently licensed and in good standing, 10 years of experience and 30 PDH’s in structural engineering), nothing additional is required other than the completed request form. In order to apply under Option C, the request must be submitted prior to June 1, 2024.

Once your request has been processed and is complete, you will receive an email stating the roster designation has been granted.

You may email the completed (typed and signed) request to Bonnie Kelly with Request for Structural Roster Designation in the Subject line or it can be mailed.

Request for Structural Roster Designation