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- Subject: RE: PE Stamps on Drawings
- From: "SEConsultant" <seconsultant(--nospam--at)earthlink.net>
- Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1999 08:22:25 -0800
Ron, Regardless of preference on this matter, I strongly disagree with the SEAOC boards proposed position statement to the Board of Registration. It assumes the support of the majority of the members of SEAOC. I don't recall any rhetoric on the subject and feel that this is too important an issue to allow the SEAOC policy makers to decide without the consent of the majority of members. The professional community now has the resources to gather a strong consensus of the membership without great cost. This can be done on our Website, by fax response, by a simple question in the SEAOC Plan Review asking for responses by phone, fax or email etc. My point is that the membership never elected representatives to take the thinking away from us - we support SEAOC to represent the needs of the members and this can only translate into a majority support. Please pass this back to the board before committing to an opinion representing an unknown percentage of our profession. Start by opening the discussions for all sides of the issues. Regards, Dennis S. Wish, PE SEConsultant(--nospam--at)Earthlink.net <mailto:SEConsultant(--nospam--at)Earthlink.net> (208) 361-5447 Efax -----Original Message----- From: Ron O. Hamburger [mailto:ROH(--nospam--at)eqe.com] Sent: Thursday, December 16, 1999 7:46 AM To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org Subject: PE Stamps on Drawings In a post yesterday, Charles Greenlaw indicated a proposed rule making that would require every registered engineer that participated in the preparation of a set of construction documents, to stamp the set. The Structural Engineers Association of California has prepared a letter to the Board of Registration protesting this proposed rule making on the grounds that only one engineer should serve in responsible charge for any structural project and that to require multiple engineers to serve in such capacity would confuse the identification of responsibiltiy for the integrity of the structural system as a whole. SEAOC's executive director will appear at a hearing today to address this concern and oppose the proposed rule making. Charles - Thank you for your vigilance in this matter, and timely notificaiton on the list server.
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