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- From: "Ben Yousefi" <Ben.Yousefi(--nospam--at)SMGOV.NET>
- Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 13:18:16 -0800
- Disposition-notification-to: "Ben Yousefi" <Ben.Yousefi(--nospam--at)SMGOV.NET>
The following link clarifies who can
prepare what in
If this was a two story building no stamps would have been needed on the architectural plans. But since it’s three story home, a licensed professional should stamp those sheets also.
Ben Yousefi, SE
From: Gerard Madden,
Can a non-licensed drafter, do/prepare the architectural plans for a 3 story home in California, that is not of wood frame construction (and thus not conventional construction) if they have a separate set of structural plans designed and signed by yours truly? I did all the STRUCTURAL drawings and calcs, it’s not a plan stamping issue for me.
My understanding is NO. The architectural drawings in the package must be stamped by an architect. A separate set of structural drawings doesn’t let you get around this requirement, even if it’s wood framed and non-conventional construction.
I have no intention of stamping a drafter’s architectural plans, so don’t let me confuse anyone, because I know I “could” prepare those plans and stamp them since I have an SE license, but these plans were not prepared under my direct supervision nor do I claim to have the experience/training necessary to perform architecture on this type of structure.
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