Clapsaddle-Garber Associates, Inc. (CGA) is pleased to announce Reese Hageman has passed the Iowa FE exam to receive his engineer-in-training (EIT) certificate.
Hageman has been a part of the CGA team since 2020 as an intern and graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering this past December.
As an Engineer Intern (E.I.), Hageman will receive four additional years of experience working alongside a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) at CGA. After these four years, he will be eligible to apply for his P.E. license.
CGA has nine Professional Engineers and four Engineer Interns throughout their Ackley, Ames, Cedar Falls, and Marshalltown locations.
“Reese has been a wonderful addition to the CGA team. I’m personally looking forward to working with him as his mentor as he begins his engineering career.” Adam Daters, P.E., Associate VP, and Project Manager.
The Engineering and Land Surveying Examining Board was created by the General Assembly in 1919. A person cannot practice professional engineering or land surveying without first being registered with the board. To read more about the requirements to become a professional engineer, visit https://plb.iowa.gov/board/engineers-land-surveyors.