Emily Belisle's corporate headshot with a navy blue wall as a background. The graphic has her name and icons (for wastewater, civil/site, and construction) for which she works on projects for.

We’re proud to announce that Emily Belisle has earned her Professional Engineering (PE) License in New Hampshire! After joining our team four years ago, Emily has established herself as a valuable resource in our Municipal Engineering Services Division.

Emily works with our New England Municipal Engineering team on a variety of civil site development and environmental projects. She is experienced in linear utility and site design on both wastewater treatment facility and civil site projects, and is a crucial part of our Women of Wastewater (WOW) team. She has experience using Civil 3D, HydroCAD, and ArcGIS to assist in studies and design. Her background also includes construction administration and oversight for various types of civil projects.

Though the PE designation at the end of an engineer’s name may seem like a small abbreviation to add, it has to be earned through years of hard work. Not only does a PE-hopeful have to earn a bachelor’s degree in engineering from an accredited school, but they also have to pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam to become an Engineer in Training (EIT or EI, depending on the state). Then, the EIT must work for four years under one or more Professional Engineers in the field. After successfully meeting these requirements, the EIT can apply to take the PE exam, and if they pass, the PE designation lets them sign and seal engineering plans and reports.

All of the hard work that goes into becoming a PE deserves recognition! Please join us in congratulating Emily on this achievement!