Clark, Micklethwaite, Barnes, Becker, and Buckley pass PE Exam
Clive, Iowa, December 13, 2018 –McClure is proud to announce that five individuals have passed the Professional Engineer (PE) exam. Zane Clark, Ian Micklethwaite, and Jesse Barnes (Columbia, Missouri) Jacob Becker (Clive, Iowa) and Christian Buckley (Remote) passed the October 2018 session of the exam, en route to becoming licensed Professional Engineers.
“I’m looking forward to seeing the start to finish process of a project and contributing to the growth of our team to better serve our clients,” said Becker. Becker, who has been with the Development Services Group since 2014, has primarily worked with project design, management, and client interaction. He is delighted to see how years of diligent work, dedication, and desire to grow professionally have paid off at McClure.
Clark has worked on a wide variety of projects since his arrival at McClure in 2015, ranging from large-scale observations to apartment complexes and hotels. “I am grateful for the experience I have gained at McClure, it provided me with the skills needed to pass the exam and look forward to continuing to find solutions that help our clients be successful,” said Clark.
To become a Professional Engineer, an individual must attain a four-year college degree, pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam, complete four years of professional experience, and pass the PE exam.