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Designer of plans that seeks a license

Discussion in 'Building Designers' started by tmtpermits, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. RickAstoria

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    rktect 1,

    Yes.. good grief. I didn't expect to have to elaborate as much.
     
  2. kilitact

    kilitact Gold Member

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    In Oregon, by code definitions, sounds like a non-professional.
     
  3. JBI

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    Major deja vu. LMAO I haven't seen RickAstoria here for a loooooong time (maybe on the old ICC board?). But his duels about licensing (especially with kilitact) were always entertaining.

    Should we switch to attic stairs now or what?
     
  4. RickAstoria

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    Hey JBI,

    How goes it. Oh the Kilitact, how goes that codger. LOL!
     
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  5. RickAstoria

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  6. ADAguy

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    No such license exists, you are producing "shop drawings" the same as a cabinet shop. You might qualify for a "C" license but even then "it depends" on the sixe and complexity of the booth subject to an AHJ's acceptance, or not.
    How much potential liability do you want to accept?
     

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