Certified Public Infrastructure Inspector (CPII)

Certified Public Infrastructure Inspector (CPII) logo 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.

Resources


Steps to Certification

  1. Eligibility and Verification
  2. Taking the Exam
  3. Navigating Certification and Recertification

I wanted to obtain the CPII because it is a nationally recognized certification that covers a vast array of public works expertise and knowledge.
– Travis W. Hart, CPII, Public Works Superintendent, City of Malibu, California


Read Travis' story in the APWA Reporter.

Questions?

Email certification@apwa.net.

2021–2022 Exam Dates

All exam applications must be received at least 30 days prior to preferred testing date.

View the full 2022 exam schedule >


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