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- From: "Bill Sherman" <SHERMANWC(--nospam--at)cdm.com>
- Date: 17 Mar 98 20:00:02 -0500
A while back I did some research at the following web site: www.leginfo.ca.gov. I searched the California state codes for "structural engineer", and I found requirements for SE's relating to schools and hospitals, as well as in the Military and Veterans Code (1224) - but I did not see anything in the state codes relating to high rise buildings. It is my understanding that some cities (such as Los Angeles) restrict high rise work to SE's via their local code amendments. Also, some utilities or other entities may require or "prefer" an SE to perform engineering for utility related work on an individual project basis.
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