CLIVE, IOWA, March 21, 2023 – Jonah Heer passed the Professional Engineering (PE) exam to become a Professional Engineer.
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.
“It was no surprise that Jonah passed his P.E. exam on the first try. He has a strong work ethic, curiosity, and drive to understand the “why” behind everything. It’s evident in his everyday work at McClure, and I was confident it would translate well to his preparation for the exam,” said Chad Meyer, Team Leader. “All of us on the Bridge Team are exceedingly happy for Jonah and this accomplishment. We look forward to seeing him continue to grow in his career as a licensed professional engineer.”
“I’m really excited to have successfully reached this milestone in my career. It’s a huge relief to know that the long hours of studying and all my work experience up to this point have paid off,” said Heer. “Once I get official licensure, I’m looking forward to engaging in higher levels of responsibility to bring additional value to the Bridge Team and to make lives better as a professional engineer at McClure. I wouldn’t be where I am today without all the encouragement and guidance from the excellent people at McClure, so I want to express my deepest gratitude to everyone that I’ve worked with that helped me reach this accomplishment.”
Founded in 1956, McClure has grown to a firm of over 250 professionals in eleven offices. With a vision of making lives better, McClure brings engineering expertise and a collaborative approach to identify the best strategies and solutions to bring our client’s vision to life. McClure’s area of expertise is in guiding its clients on making long-term capital investments in the areas of aviation, bridge, community development, construction observation, development, environmental, geotechnical, GIS, landscape architecture, MEP, structural, survey, traffic, transportation, wastewater, and water.