Professional Engineer, Professional Surveyor Licensure
The Butler County Engineer Greg Wilkens is pleased to announce that BCEO Engineering Manager Kar Singh has received his Professional Surveyor’s (P.S.) license from the State of Ohio, complimenting the Professional Engineer’s (P.E.) license that he earned in 2002. He holds the distinction in the civil engineering field of dual registration, holding both his P.E. and P.S. licenses.
Currently residing in Liberty Township with his wife and four children, Singh received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University in 1997. Singh has been with the BCEO since 1998, first as a design engineer, and then appointed Engineering Manager in 2005. He has worked on many major projects for Butler County, including the S.R. 129 interchange and the Union Centre Blvd. Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI).
“We’re proud of Kar’s accomplishments,” said Wilkens. “To achieve his goal of holding both a P.E. and a P.S. requires many years of additional education and experience. This additional license by Kar adds to our already talented group of professionals at the Butler County Engineer’s office.” In order to be a County Engineer in the State of Ohio, the officeholder must have a dual registration – Professional Engineer (P.E.) and Professional Surveyor (P.S.) – as required by Section 315.02 of the Ohio Revised Code. Wilkens added, “I feel I have an obligation as County Engineer to continue to bring dually-licensed engineers to Butler County to secure the high standards set by the State of Ohio.”