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Re: Was the "Egineer of Record" defined in 2007 California Building Code?

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On further research, the term is found on AISC Specification 360-05 page xlvi.

"Engineer of record -- Licensed professional responsible for sealing
the contract documents."

Szuchuan

On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 3:04 PM, Szuchuan Chang <szuchuan(--nospam--at)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I am reviewing a set of drawing submitted to us by an A/E office from LA area.
>
> The term "Engineer of Record" is used a lot on the design drawings.
>
> I searched in Chap 17 of CBC and could not find the term EOR being
> defined. (did CBC replace IBC's term with
> a_registered_design_engineer?)
>
> Harold Sprague in his 10/29/08  e-mail said that the City of LA has a
> document describes the duties and responsibility of EOR very clear.
>
> I had a little difficulty to find that LA bldg Dept document.
>
> Can anybody help?
>
> Thanks
>
> Szuchuan Chang, SE
>

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