INSTITUTion OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
SAMOA


IPES - P.O.Box 616, Apia, Samoa - ph: +685 7203999 - fax: +685 29103 - email: info@ipes.ws




 

 

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The Institute of Professional Engineers Samoa

 

The Institute of Professional Engineers Samoa has two main objectives:

  1. It is the professional organization of all engineers in Samoa to
    - represent the profession of Engineering and the Institute's members to the public,
    - set and enforce the professional standards to ensure the quality of professional engineering in Samoa
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  2. It is acting as the 'Professional Engineers Registration Board', as described in the 'Professional Engineers Act 1998'

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Nomenclature of IPES Logo:

The traditional Tanoa (Kava Bowl) was selected, by consensus, from the many other logo bids for the IPES.

The reasons of the selection are as follows:

  • The basin shape of the tanoa represents a reservoir holding water for a hydro scheme, water storage for water supply. An engineering feature.
  • The legs represent structural piers of civil engineering structures like bridges, wharves and buildings. An engineering feature.
  • The flat surface on the top represents a road. An engineering feature.
  • The brown colour represents the true colour of the traditional kava bowl and also represents polynesian flavour..."

Institution of Professional Engineers Samoa (IPES), POBox 616, Apia, Samoa | Tel: +685 7203999 | Fax: +685 29103 |  info@ipes.ws
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