The Law on Planning and Construction (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, 47/2003 and 34/2006) regulates the establishment of the Serbian Chamber of Engineers with its seat in Belgrade.
The Chamber was established to improve the conditions for performance of the professional work in the field of the spatial and city planning, design and construction, and in other fields of relevance for planning and construction; protect the general and individual interests in these fields; organize rendering of services in these fields, and also to achieve other objectives set by the Chamber Statute.
The members of the Chamber are the university graduate engineers of architecture, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical, transport and other technical engineers, as well as the university graduate space planners, who hold the license issued by the Chamber.
Chamber members hold, University degree – all licenses, more than 26000 members: space planners, graduate architecture engineers, graduate civil engineers, graduate mechanical engineers, graduate electrical engineers, other graduate technical engineers (forest engineers, agricultural engineers etc.). The Serbian Chamber of Engineers has been conducting a cycle of one-day lectures and courses on the most topical subjects, fields and problems related to the engineering theory and practice, within its project of the permanent professional development intended for its members.
The Chamber became a member of the European Council of Engineers Chambers on the second session of the General Assembly of ECEC (European Council of Engineers Chambers) in Warsaw, Poland, on 22 and 23 November 2005.
Team: MSc. Milutin Stefanović; BSc. Đorđe Živanović