Kan. Admin. Regs. § 66-10-12 - Surveying experience

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a)
(1) Surveying experience shall meet the following requirements:
(A) Fall within the definition of "practice of professional surveying" in K.S.A. 74-7003, and amendments thereto; and
(B) be under the direct supervision of a licensed professional surveyor for work performed after May 1,1988.
(2) Each applicant shall supply references from at least three licensed surveyors or licensed engineers who are familiar with the applicant's surveying experience. At least one reference shall be from a licensed surveyor.
(b) The following requirements shall be used to assign credit for work experience:
(1) Progressive surveying experience shall include each of the following elements of professional surveying:
(A) Project management;
(B) research;
(C) measurements and locations;
(D) computations and analysis;
(E) legal principles and reconciliation;
(F) land planning and design;
(G) monumentation; and
(H) documentation and land information systems.
(2) Surveying experience normally identified with engineering projects, including construction staking, curb and gutter projects, sanitary sewers, and design surveys for highways or bridges other than those that relate to right-of-way surveys, shall not be considered progressive surveying experience. However, this experience may be considered by the board as basic surveying experience.
(3) Each month of teaching in an accredited engineering or surveying curriculum shall qualify for one month of basic surveying experience. Teaching experience or other allowed experience, but not both, may be approved as experience for any concurrent calendar period.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 66-10-12
Authorized by K.S.A. 74-7013; implementing K.S.A. 74-7022; effective May 1,1984; amended May 4,1992; amended Feb. 22,1993; amended Feb. 13, 1995; amended Feb. 4, 2000; amended Feb. 9,2001; amended Nov. 2, 2001; amended Feb. 3, 2006; amended Sept. 26, 2014; amended by Kansas Register Volume 39, No. 47; effective December 4, 2020.

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