TOWER BASE DRAWINGS
Steve Sawyers n0yvy
Tue, 18 Feb 1997 21:14:22 -0600
I am surprised that the Texas Tower PE was not licsened in multiple
states. You don't have to be a resident to be licensed in a state.
Reciprocity is usually accepted and you just pay a fee.
de n0yvy steve - only licensed in Iowa cause I am cheap and don't like
to travel that much.
Dick Flanagan wrote:
> At 7:08 AM -0800 2/18/97, Tony Brock-Fisher wrote:
> >If you're doing a turn-key 'right out of the Rohn book' project,
> >you can get sealed drawings from Rohn for a fraction of that price...
> I did a 'right out of the US Tower book' project, but my local officials
> require that all drawings be certified by a State PE--one of =this= state's
> PEs, not one of US Tower's California PEs. So I had to pay a local PE
> US$300 to officially agree with US Tower's PE. :)
> Dick Flanagan W6OLD CFII Minden, Nevada
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