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Use CSPE's Professional Service Directory. This directory is intended to help individuals find qualified engineers for projects in California. All individuals listed in the Directory are CSPE members who uphold a Code of Ethics that exceeds California state requirements. Please note that this list is not an endorsement of services and that the list should be used for professional service and engineering related requests only. Any other use of this list is prohibited.
Each member is listed by his or her area of discipline. The geographical areas within California serviced by the member is also provided for each entry. All information is accurate as of the day it was posted and based on information provided by CSPE members.
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This directory is intended to help individuals find qualified engineers for projects in California. All individuals listed in the Directory are CSPE members who uphold a Code of Ethics that exceeds California state requirements.
CSPE members can add their listing to the Professional Service Directory for FREE
CSPE members that would like to be added to the Professional Service Directory (or need to change their entry) can forward their information to the CSPE State Office. Please include the following information as you would like it to appear:
- All Relevant Contact Information (website, email, phone, fax)
- Discipline (and specialty)
- Areas within California you can service
- Example of Recent Project
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