Haw. Code R. § 16-115-8 - Seal or stamp

Current through February, 2022

(a) The licensee shall use a seal or stamp that is legible and reproducible of the following design:
(1) Two circles - a smaller one, 1-1/8" in diameter, within a larger one, 1-1/2" in diameter. The name of the licensee and the words "Hawaii, U.S.A." shall be in the outer or annular space. The words "Licensed Professional Engineer", "Licensed Professional Architect", "Licensed Professional Land Surveyor", or "Licensed Professional Landscape Architect", together with the licensee's license number, shall be inserted in the center space;
(2) The engineer shall also insert in the center space and after the license number, the abbreviation of the engineering branch in which the engineer has especially qualified; and
(3) The engineering branch abbreviations shall be:
(A) "Ag." - Agricultural;
(B) "Ch." - Chemical;
(C) "C." - Civil;
(D) "E." - El ectrical;
(E) "I." - Industrial;
(F) "M." - Mechanical; and
(G) "S." - Structural.
(4) An example of an acceptable seal or stamp is as follows:

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(b) An engineer who is licensed in more than one branch shall have a seal or rubber stamp for each branch.
(c) All plans, specifications, maps, reports, surveys, and descriptions prepared by or under the supervision of a licensed professional engineer, architect, land surveyor, or landscape architect submitted to public officials for approval shall be stamped with the authorized seal or stamp and authenticated as provided in section 16-115-9.


Haw. Code R. § 16-115-8
[Eff 8/29/94; am and comp 10/26/01; am and comp 5/23/13] (Auth: HRS §§ 464-7, 464-11) (Imp: HRS §§ 464-7, 464-11)

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