Ammar Wadi Passes FE Exam
CLIVE, Iowa, May 10, 2017 – Iraq native, Ammar Wadi, has passed his Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam – the first step in becoming a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the United States.
Ammar joined the McClure Engineering Company team in January 2016, and is a licensed engineering in Iraq with over 10 years of design experience. Since arriving in the United States, he has been working to complete his Master of Business Administration (MBA), taking ESL classes, and undergoing the process of transferring his education and experience to become licensed in the United States.
“Taking the FE many years after college is very difficult much less taking it in a second language! We are very proud of Ammar and value his work on our small projects delivery group as a structural designer,” said Cody Dailey, Structural Team Leader.
The six hour FE exam includes 110-questions and has approximately a 67% first-time pass rate.
About McClure Engineering Company
McClure Engineering Company was founded in 1956. With a vision of building strong communities, MEC’s mission is to build relationships to help its clients be successful. McClure Engineering Company’s area of expertise is in guiding its clients on making long-term capital investments. The company specializes in public infrastructure and capital improvements planning in the areas of transportation, water, wastewater, environmental, structural, rail, transloading, land development, aviation, surveying, mapping (including 3D high definition scanning and UAV mapping), county drainage and storm water management projects throughout the Midwest and nationally.
McClure Engineering Company has seven offices in Iowa, including Fort Dodge, Des Moines (Clive), North Liberty, Cedar Rapids, Sioux City, Spencer and Red Oak; and three locations in Missouri: Columbia, Lake Ozark and St. Louis. For more information on the company and services provided, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.mecresults.com.