April 2006

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Professional piping designer program fully operational

The Society of Piping Engineers and Designers (SPED) has successfully completed its final pilot test of its certification exam for Professional Piping Designer (PPD) Level III. The pilot test was give..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The Society of Piping Engineers and Designers (SPED) has successfully completed its final pilot test of its certification exam for Professional Piping Designer (PPD) Level III. The pilot test was given to 23 piping designers and engineers at the end of a SPED process plant layout course in Houston. The successful pilot test of the PPD Level III exam marks the completion of all certification exams for its four-level certification program. "The completion of both PPD level exams marks a major milestone in SPED's efforts to improve piping design skill levels in the profession," says Jack Belden, SPED President. "Employers and employees alike now have an unbiased, third-party criterion to do

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