Working with an older engineer who is looking to get his lapsed PE back to active. He's a retired guy who comes in for some small jobs, keeps him busy and never hurts to have experience like that even on local culvert sizing. He's 5 years lapsed. Anyone ever work with their state to get a lapsed license back to active? State is having me work with NCEES to put a record together, NCEES wants State to say he passed the exam. Looking for warm and fuzzy stories of success as I continue to work through the web applications and stay on hold with the State during the day. Deep down I am wondering if he will have to retake the test or worse not be allowed for some reason. Michigan.
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