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Mary W. Johnson | Attorney at Law

Do I Need An Attorney to Keep My Engineer or Surveyor's License?

Are you a licensed engineer or surveyor who has received a notice of intent for disciplinary action? Are you facing proposed disciplinary action by the Oregon Licensing Board? What should you do and what should be avoided? Can you trust the advice of your licensing board? Do you need a professional licensing attorney? You need information and you need it now. Obtain general answers and hints to issues that frequently arise before licensing boards. The first step is to inform yourself.

The Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying (“OSBEELS”) regulates the practices of engineering, land surveying and photogrammetry in the State of Oregon pursuant to the Oregon Revised Statutes Chapter 672, the Oregon Administrative Regulations Chapter 820. The Complaint Process is posted on the OSBEELS website. The OSBEELS News Bulletin posts engineer and surveyor disciplinary actions three times per year.

  • Inadequate site investigation.
  • Calculations or plans contrary to current codes.
  • Insufficient inspection to verify construction as designed.
  • Failure to employ a registrant in each office.
  • Using an expired seal.
  • Using someone else’s seal.
  • Signing someone else’s final documents.
  • Not retaining proof of continuing education.
  • Making inconsistent or false statements.
  • Ignoring the Board.
  • Failure to post written notice prior to entry upon property.
  • Failure to submit a map of survey within 45 days.
  • Failure to return corrected maps within 30 days.
  • Gross errors of measurement or description of boundaries.
  • Using an expired seal.
  • Using someone else’s seal.
  • Signing someone else’s final documents.
  • Not retaining proof of continuing education.
  • Making inconsistent or false statements.
  • Ignoring the Board.
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