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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 48. Architects, Engineers, and Land Surveyors
- Section 331. Exemptions.
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AS 08.48.331. Exemptions.
- (a) This chapter does not apply to
- (1) a contractor performing work designed by a professional architect, engineer, or landscape architect or the supervision
of the construction of the work as a supervisor or superintendent for a contractor;
- (2) workers in building trades crafts, earthwork, grounds keeping, or nursery operations, and superintendents,
supervisors, or inspectors in the performance of their customary duties;
- (3) an officer or employee of the United States government practicing architecture, engineering, land surveying, or
landscape architecture as required by the person's official capacity;
- (4) an employee or a subordinate of a person registered under this chapter if the work or service is done under the direct
supervision of a person registered under this chapter;
- (5) associates, consultants, or specialists retained by a registered individual, a partnership of registered individuals,
a corporation, a limited liability company, or a limited liability partnership authorized to practice architecture,
engineering, land surveying, or landscape architecture under this chapter, in the performance of professional services
if responsible charge of the work remains with the individual, the partnership, or a designated representative of the
corporation, limited liability company, or limited liability partnership;
- (6) a person preparing drawings or specifications for
- (A) a building for the person's own use and occupancy as a single family residence and related site work for that
- (B) farm or ranch buildings and their grounds unless the public health, safety, or welfare is involved;
- (C) a building that is intended to be used only as a residence by not more than
- (i) four families and that is not more than two stories high and the grounds of the building; or
- (ii) two families and that is not more than three stories high and the grounds of the building, if the building is located in a municipality that has adopted a building or residential code that applies to the building and if the building complies with the building or residential code;
- (D) a garage, workshop, or similar building that contains less than 2,000 square feet of floor space to be used for a
private noncommercial purpose and the grounds of the building;
- (7) a specialty contractor licensed under AS 08.18 while engaged in
the business of construction contracting or designing systems for work within the specialty to be performed or
supervised by the specialty contractor, or a contractor preparing shop or field drawings for work that the specialty
contractor has contracted to perform;
- (8) a person furnishing drawings, specifications, instruments of service, or other data for alterations or repairs to a
building or its grounds that do not change or affect the structural system or the safety of the building, or that do
not affect the public health, safety, or welfare;
- (9) a person who is employed by a postsecondary educational institution to teach engineering, architectural, or landscape
architectural courses; in this paragraph, "postsecondary educational institution" has the meaning given in AS 14.48.210
- (10) an officer or employee of an individual, firm, partnership, association, utility, corporation, limited liability
company, or limited liability partnership, who practices engineering involved in the operation of the employer's
business only, and further provided that neither the employee nor the employer offers engineering services to the
public; exclusions under this paragraph do not apply to buildings or structures whose primary use is public occupancy;
- (11) a person while involved in revegetation, restoration, reclamation, rehabilitation, or erosion control for disturbed
- (12) a person while maintaining or directing the placement of plant material;
- (13) an employee, officer, or agent of a regulatory agency of the state or a municipality when reviewing drawings and
specifications for compliance with the building codes of the state or a municipality if the drawings and specifications
have been signed and sealed by a professional architect or professional engineer or the preparation of the drawings and
specifications is exempt under this section from the requirements of this chapter; in this paragraph, "building codes"
includes codes relating to building, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and fire standards.
- (b) The requirement to be registered as a landscape architect under this chapter only applies to a person who practices an
aspect of landscape architecture that the board has determined affects the public health or safety.
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