36-18A TECHNICAL PROFESSIONS
Definition of terms.
Inactive licensee defined.
Practice of architecture defined.
Practice of engineering, design coordination, and engineering studies defined.
"Practice of land surveying" defined.
"Practice of landscape architecture" defined--Landscape architecture for landscape
"Practice of petroleum release assessment" defined.
"Practice of petroleum release remediation" defined.
License required to practice professions enumerated in chapter.
Certain persons exempt from provisions of chapter.
Building consisting of more than one type of occupancy--Limitations for each type.
Design-build services by contractor.
Certain services performed by authorized petroleum release business exempt.
Incidental cross-practice by architects and engineers.
Board of Technical Professions created--Certificate of appointment--Oath of office--Number and terms of members--Composition.
Board member qualifications.
Immunity of board members--Attorney general to represent board.
Removal of board member--Filling of vacancies.
Board to elect officers--Meetings--Quorum--Inclusion in blanket bond.
Accounting for moneys received--Disbursement of funds--Vouchers and warrants.
Employment of counsel and assistance in enforcement.
Employment of executive director and staff--Offices.
Board to promulgate rules--Scope of rules--Existing rules remain in effect.
Board continued within Department of Labor and Regulation--Retains functions of
Record and report policy.
Professional engineer licensure qualifications--Board to establish criteria.
Architect licensure qualifications--Certification by National Council of Architectural
Registration Boards in lieu of qualifications--Board to establish criteria.
Land surveying intern qualifications--Board to establish criteria.
Land surveyor qualifications--Board to establish criteria.
Landscape architect qualifications--Certification by Council of Landscape
Architectural Registration Boards in lieu of qualifications--Board to establish criteria.
Petroleum release assessor or remediator--Qualifications--Board to establish criteria.
Oral interview--Failure to provide information as grounds for disciplinary action--Interpretation of experience and education.
Notice of results--Reexamination--Fees.
License issued to successful applicant.
Display of license in place of business--Replacement license.
Practice permitted recipient of license--Use of titles--License as evidence.
Expiration and biennial renewal of licenses--Continuing professional education.
Failure to complete continuing professional development requirements as grounds
for nonrenewal--Inactive or retired status.
Advance notice by board of expiration of license, professional development
requirements, and fees.
Reinstatement of expired license or request for inactive status--Time limits--Requirements for reinstatement.
Request for inactive or retired status--Fee.
Stamp or seal of licensees--Contents--Certain persons prohibited from using seal.
Seal, signature and date as certification of work done by licensee--Documents on
which seal is required--Preliminary work--Multiple seals--Electronically transmitted
Construction administration services to be provided by architect or engineer.
Completion of work--Successor licensee--Nonprofessional services.
Firm or office to have appropriately licensed person in charge.
Business entity must obtain certificate of authorization--Responsibility for acts of
Application for certificate of authorization--Contents.
Issuance of certificate of authorization--Certificate not transferable--Exempt
Business to report changes in information supplied on application--Time limit.
General provisions applicable to business entities.
Employee not responsible for corporate violations--Exception.
Board inquiries and investigation of violations--Report and prosecution.
Board authorized to administer oaths, subpoena witnesses--Court order to compel
Proof of injury not necessary for board action on certain violations.
Disciplinary remedies available to board.
Proceedings for revocation or suspension of license.
Findings and actions of board subject to appeal.
Civil remedies available to board.
Service of cease and desist order.
Report issued after hearing--Further order.
Order becomes final if no hearing requested--Other remedies not precluded.
Prohibited acts--Violation as Class 2 misdemeanor.
Prohibited acts--Repeated violation as Class 1 misdemeanor.
Fee to reimburse board for costs.
Limitation on liability of licensed professionals--Exception.
Contracts in violation unenforceable.
Plans, specifications, plats and submissions in violation unacceptable.
Register of deeds not to record land survey documents which do not contain
signature, seal and date.
Board to establish procedures and standards for certification of environmental
Certification required for environmental technical services--Violation as
Continuation of licenses and enrollments issued under chapter 36-18.
Certain activities of golf course designers authorized--"Golf course designer"