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Title 11 . Natural Resources
Chapter 93 . (No Regulations Filed)
Section 193. Qualified engineers

11 AAC 93.193. Qualified engineers

(a) The department will not approve proposals for hazard potential classifications as required under 11 AAC 93.157, design engineering reports, design and construction drawings, construction specifications, or other information or documents submitted under 11 AAC 93.171 or 11 AAC 93.172, or construction completion reports or record drawings as required under 11 AAC 93.171 (f)(6)(A), unless sealed by an engineer with

(1) a valid certificate of registration issued under AS 08.48 and 12 AAC 36 as a professional engineer in the branch of civil engineering;

(2) at least five years of experience, in this state or another state, as a licensed or registered professional engineer in the branch of civil engineering; and

(3) significant work experience in the design, construction, inspection, and safety of dams.

(b) The department will not approve an engineer under AS 46.17.050 and 11 AAC 93.159(b) for purposes of conducting a periodic safety inspection as required by 11 AAC 93.159, unless the engineer has

(1) a valid certificate of registration issued under AS 08.48 and 12 AAC 36 as a professional engineer in the branch of civil engineering; and

(2) at least five years of experience, in this state or another state, as a licensed or registered professional engineer in the branch of civil engineering; and

(3) sufficient work experience to determine the safety of the particular dam being inspected and to make reliable recommendations regarding the operation and maintenance of that dam, inspections of that dam, and other matters related to the safety of that dam.

(c) For purposes of the observation and inspection requirements in 11 AAC 93.173(c) (2), an owner shall use an engineer with the qualifications set out in (a)(1) - (3) of this section.

History: Eff. 10/2/2004, Register 171

Authority: AS 46.17.010

AS 46.17.030

AS 46.17.050


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