“Becoming a registered engineer is a laborious process,” said company president Stephen Cieslukowski. “Applicants must pass the fundamental exam after demonstrating they have graduated from an accredited four-year engineering program. They then must carefully document their experience for at least four years to establish they have met their experience requirements. After their work experience record has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Professional Engineers, they are required to pass the eight-hour practice and principles exam.”
Szafranski is a graduate from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Szafranski has been working with Brothers Fire Protection since 2004, as a designer/project manager and is a valuable member of the team.
“We look forward to Paul’s continued service for many years to come, and congratulate him on this major accomplishment,”
Brothers Fire Protection is a full-service fire suppression systems company. The company's website is located at http://www.brothersfire.com.