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Wontae Kim wrote:

This house will be built in Mass.

Check with the Mass. P.E. board website. They should have the "rules" for professional engineering practice there. Here in Texas our P.E. board rules state for example that a single-family residential building less than 8,000 s.f. does not have to be engineered (more's the pity given our hurricane wind loading along the coast).

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