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Rand:

If I was going to speculate on this matter, I would speculate that your first paragraph of speculation is probably pretty close to the mark.  According to the TBPE online PE directory, Mr. Perge is a civil engineer in Dallas and is employed by the Texas Department of Transportation.

Stan

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Rand Holtham wrote:

Stan,

Would it be way off to say the fella was reprimanded because he failed to supervise at all. He probably set up a side business, got busy both with the side work and his day job, hired an unlicensed engineer to do his side work while he did his day job and then plan stamped the work when he got home just in time to get a full nights rest. Forsaking the proper personal engineering required.

My point about the firm registration is that if he was doing side work he had to be registered as a firm (he had employees) which means the presence of a licensed engineer was needed which by default he could not provide. Anyway this can get complicated the above is what I really mean to focus on.

Rand

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