Jarred Coulter, an electrical designer with PCI, recently passed the Professional Engineering (PE) Examination and is now licensed as a Professional Engineer. Professional licensure protects the public by enforcing standards that restrict practice to qualified individuals who have met specific qualifications in education, work experience, and exams. Licensed engineers are a select group. Because the requirements are stringent and because there are some exemptions that allow engineers to work under the supervision of a P.E., not all engineers become licensed. Those who do achieve licensure, however, enjoy the professional benefits that accompany this distinction. Jarred will be joining the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying to extend his licensure across multiple states. Jarred graduated from the University of Idaho and has worked in the electrical field for over 13 years. He has been with PCI since 2009.