ABOUT THE KENTUCKY ENGINEERING CENTER
The KENTUCKY ENGINEERING CENTER (KEC) is the professional home of Kentucky's engineers. KEC serves Kentucky's engineers with a modern, efficient and professional home, complete with a computer lab and training facility. The Kentucky Engineering Center hosts professional meetings and sessions with state leaders. Several organizations use the facility as a meeting location, making KEC well on its way to becoming "the" engineering center for Kentucky.
The KENTUCKY ENGINEERING CENTER is located in Frankfort, Kentucky and houses three Engineering Organizations, as well as the Board of Licensure for Engineers and Land Surveyors.
The KENTUCKY SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS is a membership society for Professional Engineers in Kentucky and other engineering professionals who share a common set of professional values. For additional information, view the KSPE web site.
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AMERICAN COUNCIL of
ENGINEERING COMPANIES of KENTUCKY
The AMERICAN COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING COMPANIES OF KENTUCKY is an organization representing consulting firms in Kentucky. For additional information, view the ACEC-KY web site.
|| KENTUCKY ENGINEERING FOUNDATION
The KENTUCKY ENGINEERING FOUNDATION is a 501(c)3 corporation founded in 1971 by the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers (KSPE) for the purpose of supporting the educational programs sponsored by engineers in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The members of the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers (KSPE) are also members of KEF. For additional information, view the KEF web site.
KENTUCKY BOARD of LICENSURE for PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS and LAND SURVEYORS
The Kentucky State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors was established by an Act of the Kentucky General Assembly in 1938 to protect the public health, safety and welfare. This is accomplished through the licensing and monitoring of individuals and firms deemed qualified to practice. For additional information go to the BOL web site.
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