|As a Project Manager for Raba Kistner, Roberto is responsible for managing construction materials engineering & testing (CoMET) projects in the San Antonio area. He coordinates and participates in field observations; classification and characterization of construction materials’ physical properties. Roberto manages laboratory and field tests, interpreting engineering data, performs engineering calculations and preparation of engineering reports. He is also a trusted representative of Raba Kistner as he interacts with internal departments, clients, professional organizations, and the community. |
"Roberto is a tremendous asset to CoMET operations in the New Braunfels/San Antonio area. He is always willing to take on challenges with the ultimate goal of helping our team. I look forward to seeing him excel and continue to grow in our organization." - Blake Wright, PE, Associate | Manager, CoMET
Licensed Professional Engineers are given increased levels of responsibility and authority. They are held to very high ethical and professionalism standards, stamping their personal PE seals on work that they approve.
The process to become a Professional Engineer in Texas includes earning a four-year engineering degree, passing a Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam, earning an Engineering in Training certificate (EIT), completing four to eight years of qualifying, progressive engineering experience and passing the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam. Additionally, PE licenses must be renewed annually.