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- From: Bill Allen <76767.2613(--nospam--at)CompuServe.COM>
- Date: 09 Jan 97 14:00:49 EST
I recently received a business card from a prospective client (Architect). Below the business name reads "Architecture-Engineering-Planning". I know for a fact that none of the principals of the firm are licensed Engineers. Is this legal? Ethical? I've tried calling the State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers as well as the State Board of Architects and I am currently in a perpetual state of telephone tag. I know that the State Board of Architects frowns on the use of the word "Architect" or any variations unless a principal is a licensed Architect. Aren't there the same sort of restrictions on the use of "Engineering", "Engineer", etc.? This practice further misleads the general public to believe Architects do more than they actually do.
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