§ 91.23. Plans, reports and specifications.
(a) An engineers report as well as plans and specifications shall accompany the applications, clearly showing what is proposed and permitting the bases of design to be thoroughly understood and checked.
(b) Plans, reports and specifications shall be prepared by a licensed professional engineer authorized to practice in this Commonwealth.
(c) The front cover or flyleaf of each set of drawings and each copy of the report and specifications shall bear the imprint of the engineers seal.
(d) Drawings submitted shall bear imprint or legible facsimile of the engineers seal.
(e) Reports, drawings and specifications for strip mines or for minor work not involving safety to life or health may be submitted, as provided by law, by a registered surveyor and shall bear the imprint or facsimile of his seal.
The provisions of this § 91.23 adopted September 2, 1971, effective September 3, 1971, 1 Pa.B. 1804.
Notes of Decisions
The failure to use a registered professional engineer with regard to requirements pertaining to plans and specifications under The Clean Streams Law (35 P. S. § § 691.1691.1001) was not fatally defective to the landowners sewage disposal plan, and use of a soil scientist was sufficient. Haycock Township v. Department of Environmental Resources, 530 A.2d 514 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1987); appeal denied 544 A.2d 1343 (Pa. 1988).
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