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- To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
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- From: "Fariborz Tehrani" <fmtehrani(--nospam--at)hotmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 20:00:07 PDT
Please verify these definitions: - Civil Engineer: Somebody who has a Civil Engineering degree.- Registered Civil Engineer: Somebody who has appropriate license in Civil Engineering, e.g. PE in California. - Structural Engineer: Somebody who has a Structural Engineering degree and/or a civil engineer who does Structural Engineering works. - Registered Structural Engineer: Somebody who has appropriate license in Structural Engineering, e.g. SE in California
And etc.DO you think that these definition should be considered and will help or not?
Frank,PE from California
From: ECVAl3(--nospam--at)aol.com Reply-To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org Subject: RE: Engineering Title Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 14:24:44 EDT You have to be careful what title you choose so you don't offend anybody. Iam a licensed engineer with a civil in California and a structural in Hawaii.I graduated from college with a "Bachelor Degree in Architectural Engineering". I mainly do structural engineering and for a time I used the title"Architectural Engineer" so as not to be confused with doing civil work (thatbeing the title given to me on my diploma). I was rudely informed by the Architectural Licensing Board that I could not use the title "ArchitecturalEngineer" because I was not a licensed architect. I tried to explain to themthat the word "Architectural" is an adjective and not a noun, the key word being "engineer" in this context. The board would not listen to reason so I had to change my stationary and telephone listing.When I got my structural license in Hawaii I thought it would help matters tolist my business in th yellow pages under "Structural Engineers" with the clarification that I was civil licensed in Cal. and structural licensed in Hi. This, of coarse, incurred the wrath of the California structural engineers because I was not licensed as structural in California. this time all I had to do is move my listing to the obscure catagory of "Professional Engineers".I guess my point is there are a lot of bare feet out there and you have to benimble not to step on a few toes. ECVAL3
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