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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are APEGNB's annual registration dues?
  2. How do I get my Iron Ring replaced?
  3. How long will it take to hear back once I have submitted my membership application form?
  4. How do I get a list of APEGNB members?
  5. Where is the APEGNB office located?

What are APEGNB's annual registration dues?

These dues apply to P.Eng., P.Geo., and members-in-training:

Dues

MembershipRegistration Dues (HST incl.)
PEng/PGeo$328.90
Retired P.Eng./P.Geo.
$82.23
Engineer/Geoscientist-in-Training$82.23

Firms

$411.13

Click here to pay your dues


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How do I get my Iron Ring replaced?

For information on how to replace your lost Iron Ring, contact:
Camp IX: Eva Rogers
exp. Services Inc.

Tel: 506-452-9000

Camp 19: Gilles Roy, ing
Université de Moncton

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How long will it take to hear back once I have submitted my membership application form?

Once your application form has been submitted, it will be reviewed by our Board of Admissions which meets once a month. It is after this review process that you will receive official confirmation of acceptance as a licensed member or member-in-training.

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How do I get a list of APEGNB members?

If you are simply looking to confirm whether a person or firm is licensed to practice engineering and geoscience, click here. Please note that due to our stringent privacy policy, we are unable to provide a mailing list of our membership.

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Where is the APEGNB office located?

183 Hanwell Road
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Canada  E3B 2R2

 APEGNB's new office building

 

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Pay your Dues

Click here to pay your dues



Become a Member-In-Training

If you’ve graduated from university with your bachelor’s degree in engineering or geoscience, then you’re eligible to enroll as a Member-In-Training (MIT) with Engineering & Geoscientists New Brunswick.

Learn more about becoming a MIT »



Find a Member

Every person or firm engaged in the practice of engineering or geoscience in the province of New Brunswick must be a member of Engineers & Geoscientists New Brunswick (APEGNB).

Click here to find a person or firm »