professional excellence. public trust.

Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Newfoundland & Labrador (PEGNL) is an organization whose mandate is to regulate the practice of engineering and geoscience in the public interest, as outlined in the Engineers and Geoscientists Act (2008) of Newfoundland and Labrador. PEGNL exists so that there will be competent and ethical practice of engineering and geoscience in Newfoundland and Labrador, and to ensure public confidence in, sustainability, and stewardship of the professions.

Professional excellence is born from a sense of accomplishment. It is about the pursuit of achieving excellence. Public trust is born from confidence that those practicing these professions are qualified, competent, and ethical. Professional excellence helps instill public trust. Public trust helps instill professional excellence. One strengthens the other and PEGNL reinforces this symbiotic relationship.

Professional Excellence. Public Trust. PEGNL


New Records Management Policy at PEGNL - Notice Regarding International Transcripts

PEGNL is implementing a records management policy that limits the amount of time we hold physical educational records, such as diplomas and transcripts.

While this policy is meant to maintain the privacy of our members and applicants, we recognize that in some cases, obtaining a new, physical copy of the aforementioned documents can be difficult – if not impossible – especially for international records.

As such, we are providing individuals an opportunity to request any internationally issued educational documents to be returned to them by mail, should they currently be held by PEGNL.

Those looking to receive these documents should reach out to us at and include their name, mailing address and, if applicable, current or former member number. Individuals have until May 31, 2023 to request these documents. Anyone requesting educational documents on or before that day, and for whom the documents exist in PEGNL’s physical files, will have them returned to them by regular mail at no cost.

Please be advised, some documents have already been either returned or destroyed at the request of applicants so these documents are no longer available.

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