CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA,  March 12, 2024 – Kaleb Noonan passed the Professional Engineering (PE) exam to become a Professional Engineer.

“This remarkable achievement showcases Kaleb’s dedication, expertise, and commitment to excellence in the field of engineering; it reflects all his hard work and determination to continue his learning and progress his professional growth,” said Tim Wallace, Transportation Team Leader. “I am incredibly proud to have such a talented person on our team. We look forward to seeing the positive impact of his skills and knowledge in our future projects. Cheers to Kaleb’s success and the bright future that lies ahead of him here at McClure!” 

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. 

“Passing the PE exam has always been a significant goal of mine, and I truly couldn’t be happier to have achieved that goal. It is very rewarding to know that the numerous hours spent preparing and studying for the exam paid off in the end,” said Kaleb Noonan. “I want to thank my friends, family, and colleagues here at McClure for encouraging me throughout the entire studying and testing process. Once I become officially licensed, I am looking forward to new / different project responsibilities and continued career growth, all while making lives better here at McClure.” 

About McClure

Founded in 1956, McClure has grown to a firm of over 250 professionals in fourteen 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.