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Vol. 22, No. 6 Week of February 05, 2017
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Oil Patch Bits: Vivian Santiago now registered professional engineer

BELL & Assoc. is pleased to announce that Vivian Santiago has earned her Alaska professional engineer license and is now registered with the state. Santiago has successfully passed the principles and practice of engineering exam, which consisted of a morning breadth exam that broadly covered the discipline and then a more detailed afternoon depth exam of civil engineering.

The principles and practice of engineering examination is the second exam required to become a professional engineer in the US. Santiago passed the first exam, the fundamentals of engineering back in November of 2015. The national average of passing the civil engineering discipline exam is 68 percent, and BELL is so very proud Santiago passed on the first try!

Santiago has been a civil engineering designer at BELL for three years, and has excelled in providing accurate, organized, and well documented deliverables for BELL. She is an excellent employee and Bell values her time and hard work in all the projects that she is a part of.

Congratulations, Vivian!



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