Louisiana Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Board

GREETINGS FROM LAPELS!
Louisiana Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Board

ONLINE LICENSE RENEWAL AND REINSTATEMENT APPS
  • Professional and Firm licenses expiring September 30, 2022 can be renewed starting August 8, 2022.

  • If your professional license has expired, apply to reinstate online at https://lola.lapels.com.

  • Reinstatement applications for EI or LSI can be downloaded from here: Reinstatement Application for Interns

  • PE and PLS licensees renewing into Active status must comply with the CPD requirements found here.


LOUISIANA LICENSURE MAPS

Which parish has the most registered engineers or surveyors? How many interns are registered in your parish? Which parishes have similar numbers of licensed individuals or firms?

Click on the link below to find the answers to these questions through a set of maps displaying this info in real time.




MILITARY APPLICANTS
If you are in the military and qualify under Board Rule §903.B, click here to get started.

EMERGENCY CPD POLICY

At the July 2020 Board Meeting, the LAPELS Board approved the Emergency Policy Concerning Continuing Professional Development.

Please read the provisions of this policy and notify LAPELS in writing if you wish to utilize this policy for your 2021 or 2022 renewal.

You may email your request to Compliance and Enforcement at CandE@lapels.com or mail to:
LAPELS
ATTN: Emergency CPD Policy
9643 Brookline Avenue, Suite 121
Baton Rouge, LA 70809


Established in 1908, we're the second oldest licensing board of its kind in the country. One of our very own, Marcel Garsaud, a civil engineer from New Orleans, served as the first president of NCEES (National Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors). We are governed by Title 37 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes, and for over 100 years the LAPELS Board has worked to "safeguard life, health, and property and to promote the public welfare" - and we continue to do so today.

We are always looking for ways in which we can be more responsive to our registrants, applicants and the public. Our website is just one step we have taken to accomplish that goal, and to open more lines of communication.

Our website contains information for applicants, both comity and exam; filing complaints; history of the board; frequently asked questions; and contact links. We encourage you to become familiar with the wealth of information contained here and send us your comments and suggestions. To send us an email, click here.