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I would check your states' statutes and regulations for architects,
engineers and land surveyors also for this information.  Section 106.3.2 of
the '97 UBC states "When such plans are not prepared by an architect or
engineer, the building official may require the applicant submitting such
plans or other data to demonstrate that the state law does not require that
the plans be prepared and designed by a licensed architect or engineer."
Refer also to section 106.3.4.1.  We would require an architect for any
change of use to a more harzardous occupancy for existing construction and
any new construction...

-----Original Message-----
From: Seth W. Cutler [mailto:seth(--nospam--at)rlmorrisonengr.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2003 11:15 AM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: Architect Question


Do any of you know when an Architect is required on a commercial/Industrial 
project, code wise?  I'm particularly interested in WA.  Current code is 
UBC 97.

Thanks
Seth


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