06Jan/17

Attention NM Professional Surveyors

Attention NM Professional Surveyors

The NM Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP# 17 464 P679 00002) to solicit sealed proposals to establish a contract through competitive negotiations for the procurement of a Professional Surveyor Investigator to investigate complaint cases against licensed professional surveyors and those individuals practicing without a license.

The New Mexico Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors is responsible to ensure violators of the statues, rules, regulations and professional standards are prosecuted to the extent of the law for the protection of public’s safety and welfare.

 Information about this proposal can be found on the home page of the Board’s website at:

http://www.sblpes.state.nm.us/

*Deadline to submit proposals is Friday 01/27/2017*

Proposals may be submitted from ANY individual person or business interested in this opportunity!

 Should you have any questions, please e-mail or call the Board office using the information below.

Thank you and best of luck,

NM State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors

PO Box 25101

Santa Fe, NM. 87504

Main: (505) 476-4565

board.licensurepeps@state.nm.us

05Mar/16

NGS OPUS Projects training

Are you planning on attending the NGS OPUS Projects training (Held by Bill Stone NGS Regional Advisor) for the 2016 NMPS Survey Conference? If so…..

Register for the NGS OPUS Projects workshop through the NGS training website: http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/corbin/calendar.shtml

It is imperative that we have registrants’ info ahead of time (at least a few days ahead). There can be NO registers at the door.

And, a reminder of a few things —

– everyone will need to bring their laptops
– everyone will be able to use the hotel’s WiFi signal; we’ll all be online at the same time
– the training room will provide a way for everyone to be able to plug their laptops into power (power strips, extension chords?)
– The class will be capped at 25 people

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