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Re: Bridge Engineer Impostor Fined

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Usually just the permit is kept.  It will have an EOR's name.


On 10/7/2014 8:46 AM, Michel Blangy wrote:
Does anyone know of any/if any building departments keep project logs,
including information listing the EOR? (I'm increasingly suspicious,  and
do not like to be.)

Michel Blangy
Hermosa Beach

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He's not an engineer. Even if he were, it's irrelevant. My being an engineer doesn't have any bearing on falsifying a seal from another engineer on a

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