Kan. Admin. Regs. § 5-45-4 - Levees and floodplain fills; preparer of maps, plans, profiles, and specifications
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
In addition to the requirements of the Kansas board of technical professions, the following requirements shall apply:
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5-45-4. Levees and floodplain fills; preparer of maps, plans, profiles, and specifications. In addition to the requirements of the Kansas board of technical professions, the following requirements shall apply: (a) Each map, plan, profile, and specification submitted to the chief engineer for approval pursuant to K.S.A. 24-126 and amendments thereto shall be prepared by a person who is competent in levee or floodplain fill design and construction.
(b) Map, plans, profiles, and specifications for any of the following described levees and floodplain fills shall be prepared by a licensed professional engineer that is competent in levee or floodplain fill design and construction:
(1) Class C levees;
(2) floodplain fills located in whole or in part in identified floodways; and
(3) floodplain fills, except safety berms and UMSSs, that meet the following criteria:
(A) Are located in areas without a designated floodway;
(B) are greater than 3,200 cubic yards in volume;
(C) are more than four feet in height; and
(D) are more than 100 feet from other floodplain fills.
(c) No provision of this regulation, and no decision made by the chief engineer pursuant to this regulation, shall alter the responsibilities or duties of any licensee of the Kansas board of technical professions to comply with that board's requirements. (Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 2007 Supp. 24-126; effective May 1, 1987; amended, T-5-12-30-91, Jan. 1, 1992; amended April 27, 1992; amended Sept. 22, 2000; amended Oct. 3, 2008.)