About This Group
The purpose of the Public Infrastructure Inspector Certification is to promote quality infrastructure throughout the community by advancing the knowledge and practice of construction inspection to benefit the community and public agencies. The Certified Public Infrastructure Inspector certification program is intended for individuals who inspect the construction of public infrastructure (e.g., roadways, highways, utilities, bridges, dams) and facilities (e.g., pump stations, treatment plants, water storage facilities) and other types of construction work and materials to ensure compliance with plans and specifications. Duties may include observation, measurement, testing, and documentation.
The APWA President-Elect shall appoint up to six voting members including the chair. Council members serve a two-year term and may be appointed for up to three consecutive two-year terms. The qualification basis for appointment to this council is to be an active CPII in good standing and be a “highly knowledgeable” subject matter expert in the specific area of council responsibility with diversity of technical background, experience, and geographic location.