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Board of RegistrationFor ProfessionalEngineers & LandSurveyorsBoard MeetingAugust 8, 2019Historic Davenport HotelSpokane, WA

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1.2STATE OF WASHINGTONBOARD OF REGISTRATION FORPROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORSCOMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULES&SPECIAL BOARD MEETING AGENDADATE:Committee Meetings – Wednesday, August 7, 2019Special Board Meeting – Thursday, August 8, 2019TIME:August 7, 2019August 8, 2019LOCATION:The Historic Davenport10 South Post StreetSpokane, WA 9920111:00 a.m.8:00 a.m.ATTENTION: All meetings are open to the public except when business calls for a ClosedSession. During Closed Session all guests will be excused. Start times are subject to changeby the Board or Committee Chair.Guests may choose to join the board during meals, but meals will not be provided for guests.COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULEWednesday, August 7, 2019Committee Reports are given under the Regular Board Meeting agenda item #3Committee Reports.Executive Committee (EC) (John Reed)11:00 a.m.Review of budget, travel, staffing, and small agency issues.Committee: Mr. VanDeWege, PE, Board Chair; Mr. Wengler, PLS, CFedS, Vice Chair;Mr. Blaisdell, PLS, Board Staff.Report under #3.1.Exam/Qualifications /Committee (EQ) (John Reed)12:00 p.m.Review of exam related subjects, application eligibility, and policy review.

1.2Historic DavenportSpokane, WACommittee: Doug Hendrickson, PE, Chair; Ms. Gnanapragasam, PE, Vice Chair; Mr.Shrope, PE, SE, Board Staff.Report under #3.2.Practice Committee (PC) (Roosevelt)12:00 p.m.Review of questions on scope of practice and policy review.Committee: Mr., Wengler, PLS, CFedS, Chair; Mr. Blaisdell, PLS, Vice Chair, Ms. Lund,PE, SE, Board Staff.Report under #3.3.STRATEGIC PLANNING SESSIONWednesday, August 7, 20191:30 p.m.John Reed Boardroom1. Outreach/Education Taskforce discussion2. Board Mission Statement3. Policies3.1. Small Agency Administrative Policies3.2. Board Policies4. WAC 196 – Board rules5. Board ManualBOARD MEMBER TRAININGWednesday, August 7, 20193:00 p.m.John Reed Boardroom1. APA Separation of Roles2. Open Public Meetings ActItems not covered during Wednesday’s strategic planning session will be discussed underagenda item 5.1 when the full Board reconvenes for their Special Meeting at 8:00 a.m.,Thursday, August 8, 2019 in the Elizabethan A Room.BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORSCOMMITTEE AND SPECIAL BOARD MEETING AUGUST 7 & 8, 2019

Executive CommitteeThe Davenport Hotel – Spokane, WAAugust 7, 2019John Reed Room11:00 amCommittee:Ivan VanDeWege, PE, ChairAaron Blaisdell, PLS, Vice ChairJames Wengler, PLS, CFedS, Past ChairSupport staff:Ken Fuller, PE, Interim DirectorDiscussion Topics: Interagency Agreement Board staffing positions Budget

Exam Qualifications CommitteeDiscussion TopicsAugust 7, 2019Spokane, WACommittee:Doug Hendrickson, PENirmala Gnanapragasam, Ph.D., PEStephen Shrope, PE, SESupport staff:Shanan Gillespie, Regulatory Program ManagerVonna Rakestraw, Licensing SupervisorAgenda: Rule languageo WAC 196-20 finalizationo WAC 196-26A & WAC 196-30 Application reviewo FEo PEo Application language/requirementso SEo Application reviewo Application language/requirements

Practice CommitteeDiscussion TopicsCommittee:Mr. James Wengler, PLS, ChairMr. Aaron Blaisdell, PLSMs. Marjorie Lund, PESupport Staff:Ms. Short Complaints Summary Compliance Report Communications

1.2SPECIAL BOARD MEETING AGENDAThursday, August 8, 2019Elizabethan A RoomOPEN SESSION . 8:00 a.m.1. Call to Order1.1. Introductions1.2. Order of agenda1.3. Approval of draft minutes: June 20, July 22 and July 24, 20191.4. Review communications1.5. Public comment opportunity2. Interagency Relations2.1. DOL/BORPELS Interagency agreement discussion2.2. Update on Board Staffing and potential ORG chart3. Committee/Task Reports3.1. Executive Committee3.2. Exam/Qualifications Committee3.3. Practice CommitteeEXECUTIVE SESSION: The chair will announce the purpose and estimated duration forExecutive Session. No formal actions will be taken during Executive Session. OnceExecutive Session concludes, the Board will take a break to announce and invite visitorsto Open Session.OPEN SESSION RECONVENES4. Disciplinary Activity4.1. New board orders4.2. Recommended closures4.3. Disciplinary report5. New Business5.1 Update on Interim director appointment5.2 Strategic planning reportContinued discussion from August 7, 2019 meeting6. Old Business6.1. Review prior action items list6.2. Outreach and event calendar6.3. DAINIS Update7. Executive Director’s Report7.1. Program operations7.2. Financial Report

1.27.3. Travel7.4. Other items8. Assistant Attorney General’s report9. Other Business9.1. Any other business9.2. Additional Public Comment9.3. Action items from this meeting9.4. Agenda items for next meeting10. Adjourn Meeting

1.3STATE OF WASHINGTONBOARD OF REGISTRATION FORPROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORSREGULAR BOARD MEETING AGENDADATE:Thursday, June 20, 2019TIME:8:00 a.m.LOCATION:The Red Lion18220 International BlvdSeattle, WA 98188BOARD MEMBERS:James Wengler, PLS, CFeds, ChairIvan VanDeWege, PE, Vice ChairDoug Hendrickson, PEMarjorie Lund, PE, SEAaron Blaisdell, PLSNirmala Gnanapragasam, Ph.D., PEBOARD MEMBER ABSENT:Stephen Shrope, PE, SESTAFF MEMBERS:Ken Fuller, PE, Executive DirectorShari Honeywell, Administrative AssistantShanan Gillespie, Regulatory Program ManagerJill Short, Investigations & Compliance ManagerElizabeth Lagerberg, AAG

1.3BOARD MEETING AGENDAThursday, June 20, 2019OPEN SESSION . 8:00 a.m.1. Call to Order1.1. IntroductionsBoard members and staff, introduced themselves. No guests.1.2. Order of agendaRecommendation to amend agenda to discuss agenda item 2.2 at 10:00 a.m.MOTION: Mr. VanDeWege made a MOTION to accept the agenda as amended. Mr. Blaisdellseconded the MOTION and it passed.1.3. Approval of draft minutes: April 25, 2019, May 9, 2019, May 31, 2019Mr. Hendrickson recommended an amendment to item 1.5 to change the word fromOR to OF and item 4.1.1 the 2nd-4th bullets should be indented.MOTION: Mr. Blaisdell made a MOTION to accept the April 25, 2019 minutes as amended. Ms.Gnanapragasam seconded the MOTION and it passed.MOTION: Mr. Hendrickson made a MOTION to accept the May 9, 2019 meeting minutes. Mr.Blaisdell seconded the MOTION and it passed.Mr. Hendrickson made a recommendation to amend item 3.4 to complete the spellingon service.MOTION: Mr. VanDeWege made a MOTION to accept the May 31, 2019 meeting minutes. Mr.Hendrickson seconded the MOTION and it passed.Mr. Hendrickson made a recommendation to amend item 2.2 paragraph 2 to correctword from HAVE to HAS.1.4. Review communicationsNo Business1.5. Public comment opportunityNo Business2. Interagency Relations2.1. DOL/BORPELS Interagency agreement discussionMr. Fuller reported that on Tuesday, June 25th he is meeting with Ms. Clawson, Mr.White and Ms. McCann from DOL, as well as Engineer board members Mr.VanDeWege, Ms. Gnanapragasam, Mr. Wengler and AAG Ms. Lagerberg. They will

1.3be discussing the logistics and functions of making the Engineers board their own stateagency.Mr. Fuller has signed a master contract agreement with Dainis, and with AAG on behalfof the Board that will carry over to the new agency.2.2. DES staff presentationMr. Fuller introduced Mr. Bitar who currently works for DES in the small agencyfinancial services and came highly recommended from Ms. Berntsen.Mr. Bitar will be the acting CFO for the Engineers agency and will oversee all aspectsof accounting and financial services.The legislature provided a budget of 4.8 million for the next biennium. 600,000.00will be for software upgrades so 4.2 million will be for operating expenditure.2.3. Update on Board Staffing and potential ORG chartMr. Fuller stated that he will be hiring a Deputy Director who is a licensed ProfessionalLand Surveyor (PLS) in a part time temporary position.Mr. Fuller is also working on the logistics of the job descriptions for the 4 staff positions.Once that is done they will be sent to HR to begin the hiring process.Recommendation for Mr. Fuller as director or Interim director of BORPELS asappointment selection process takes place.MOTION: Mr. VanDeWege made a MOTION to recommend Mr. Fuller as director or interimdirector of BORPELS. Mr. Hendrickson seconded the MOTION and it passed.Action: Mr. VanDeWege will draft a letter of recommendation to give to the Governor.3. Committee/Task Reports3.1. Exam/Qualifications CommitteeMs. Lund delivered the committee report. Reviewed WAC 196-020 application process for qualifications for EIT examlanguage. WAC 196-026A update to language. It will now request Unprofessionalconduct history. WAC 196-030 On-site update, same as WAC 196-026A. Reviewed an application from a foreign student for taking the FE exam.Degree was evaluated by an evaluation service FIS out of Edmonds and thecommittee approved it. PE by Comity requested both civil and an environmental engineerendorsement.

1.3Our regulations require him to take to PE exam for each endorsement. We didapprove PE civil by comity. He was not approved for environmental engineerEndorsement.Ms. Lund reported that they are working on the Structural application workexperience document.Mr. Wengler discussed the Professional Land Surveyor Law exam with thecommittee.Ms. Lund noticed as a result of PLS law review that there needs to be a fewmodifications to the PE law review. Ms. Lund will work on the review and get toVonna.Ms. Lund talked about the On-site exam in October. She would like Mr. Fuller toreview for error and formatting.MOTION: Mr. Hendrickson made a MOTION to accept the report of the Exam QualificationsCommittee. Mr. Blaisdell seconded the MOTION and it passed.ACTION: Mr. Fuller to review On-site exam.3.2. Practice CommitteeMr. Blaisdell delivered the committee’s report.Total complaints received since the last meeting: 134-Engineering4 Surveying3 Unlicensed Engineering2 Corporation.There are currently 4 individuals on compliance monitoring (Richard Russum, PLS;Leonard James, PLS; Joshua Marrow, PE; and Partner Assessment Corporation).Mr. Russum’s compliance is currently under review by the Board’s ExecutiveDirector; Mr. James has requested an amendment to his previous agreed order topermanently retire his license; Mr. Marrow and Partner Assessment Corporationare in compliance with their agreed orders.Action: Mr. Fuller to get more details on the current WAC 196-23-020(1) and its intentand bring those findings back to the PC for consideration.Action: PC committee is still reviewing the complaint process flow chart to make iteasier for the public to understand.MOTION: Ms. Gnanagragasam made a MOTION to accept the practice committee report. Ms.Lund seconded the MOTION and it passed.

1.33.3. Surveying CommitteeMr. Hendrickson delivered the committee’s report.The committee had a detailed discussion regarding map certifications: and regardingDNR’s instruction to Auditors requiring signature both with the Certification, and theSeal. Mr. Blaisdell accepted the task to discuss the matter with a Licensee that hadcommunicated with board.3.4. Executive CommitteeMr. Wengler reviewed the interagency agreement, board staff position, and NCEESmotions for the annual meeting. They also discussed possibly renaming the executivecommittee, but decided against it.3.5. Outreach Education Task ForceNo Business.EXECUTIVE SESSION: Mr. Wengler, Board Chair, announced the purpose andestimated time 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. for Executive Session. At the conclusion of the 1hour, the Board went into open session at 10:18 a.m., took a 10 minute break and wentback into Executive Session at 11:20 a.m. Open Session reconvened at 12:30 p.m.OPEN SESSION RECONVENES4. Disciplinary Activity4.1. New board orders4.1.1. 2017-04-0003-00ENG Leonard James, PLSMr. James completed and recorded a misleading boundary agreement survey.The Agreed Order imposed the following sanctions: Respondent license shall be set to a permanent retired status and will notbe renewed. The 10,000 fine to be paid within the 30 days of acceptance of the AgreedOrder.MOTION: Mr. Blaisdell made a MOTION to accept the Agreed Order. Mr.VanDeWege seconded the MOTION, and it passed. Mr. Wengler abstained.4.1.2. 2017-07-0003-00ENG Ed Spears, PLSMr. Spears completed an erroneous survey, and did not file the survey within90 days.The Agreed Order imposed the following. A 1000 fine to be paid within 30 days of the effective date of the order.MOTION: Ms. Lund mad a MOTION to accept the Agreed Order. Ms.Gnanapragasamseconded the MOTION, and it passed. Mr. Blaisdell abstained.4.2. Recommended closures4.2.1. 2018-11-003-00ENG

1.3Mr. Blaisdell recommended the case be closed.MOTION: Ms. Gnanapragasam made a MOTION to accept the case manager’srecommendation for closure. Mr. Hendrickson seconded the MOTION, and it passed.4.2.2. 2019-01-0001-00ENGMr. Blaisdell recommended the case be closed.MOTION: Mr. Hendrickson made a MOTION to accept the case manager’srecommendation for closure. Ms. Gnanapragasam seconded the MOTION, and it passed.Mr. Blaisdell abstained.4.2.3. 2019-03-0003-00ENGMs. Lund recommended the case be closed.MOTION: Mr. Blaisdell made a MOTION to accept the case manager’s recommendationfor closure. Ms. Gnanapragasam seconded the MOTION, and it passed. Ms. Lundabstained.4.3. Disciplinary reportPacket item only; no action.5. New Business5.1. Election of OfficersMr. Hendrickson presented a slate of proposed officers: Chair- Ivan VanDeWege Vice Chair- Aaron BlaisdellMOTION: Ms. Lund made a MOTION to accept the slate of officers as proposed. Ms.Gnanapragasam seconded the Motion and it passed. Mr. VanDeWege abstained.5.2. NCEES Annual Meeting Motions and direction to delegates.Discussion about the MOTIONS to be presented at the 2019 Annual meeting.Mr. Hendrickson made a MOTION to agree with the NCEES board recommendationof placement and disposition of endorsement with the exception of ACCA 4 &Education 3. Ms. Gnanapragasam seconded the MOTION and it passed.6. Old Business6.1. Review prior action items listMs. Honeywell reviewed the master action item list with Board.6.2. Outreach and event calendarNCEES meeting August 2019 in Washington, D.C., in the fall there is outreachpossibility in Vancouver/Portland and Oregon State University.

1.36.3. DAINIS UpdateMr. Fuller gave an update on the On-site exam, and the Professional Land Surveyorexam form.7. Executive Director’s Report7.1. Program operationsPreviously discussed under item 2.1 & 2.27.2. Financial ReportPresented in packet7.3. TravelDiscussion was made on attendance for the NCEES Annual Meeting in August.Ms. Short and Mr. Blaisdell will be attending as non-funded delegates.7.4. Other itemsNone8. Assistant Attorney General’s reportMs. Lagerberg will present the OPMA and Board Clerk training will be at the nextcommittee board meeting.9. Other Business9.1. Any other business9.1.1. NCEES Western Zone Meeting, Boise, Idaho ReportMs. Short was reappointed to law enforcement committee, Mr. Wengler is on thepolicy and procedure committee and Mr. Blaisdell is on the examination forProfessional Land Surveyors committee. Mr. Fuller was appointed to the uniformprocedure and legislation guideline abstract Committee.9.1.2. Reappointment of Board MembersMr. VanDeWege and Mr. Wengler were reappointed by the governor to serve asecond term.9.1.3. Seattle University NCEES AwardMr. Fuller shared with the board that Ms. Ganapragasam’s team won two 10,000awards from NCEES.9.2. Additional Public CommentNone9.3. Action items from this meetingAction items were reviewed and will be added to the master action items list.9.4. Agenda items for next meetingOPMA and Board Clerk training,

1.310. Adjourn Meeting: 3:00 p.m.Next Meeting: August 7, 2019 11:00 a.m. - Committee MeetingsAugust 8, 2019 8:00 a.m. - Annual Board MeetingThe Historic Davenport10 South Post St.Spokane, WA 99201Respectfully Submitted:Ken Fuller, PE, Executive Director

1.3STATE OF WASHINGTONBOARD OF REGISTRATION FORPROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORSSPECIAL BOARD MEETING AGENDADATE:Special Board Meeting – Monday, July 22, 2019TIME:3:00 PMLOCATION:Department of LicensingRoom 2113405 Black Lake Blvd SWOlympia, WA 98502BOARD MEMBERS:Ivan VanDeWege, PE, ChairAaron Blaisdell, PLS, Vice ChairStephen Shrope, PE, SEDoug Hendrickson, PEMarjorie Lund, PE, SEJames Wengler, PLS, CFedsNirmala Gnanapragasam, Ph.D, PESTAFF MEMBERS:Shari Honeywell, Administrative AssistantJill Short, Program ManagerKen Fuller, Executive DirectorElizabeth Lagerberg, AAGGUESTS:Paul Bitar, DESJamie Langford, DESSarah Pittman, DOL1. Call to Order 3:02 p.m.1.1 IntroductionsBoard members, staff, and guests introduced themselves.2. Department of Licensing and Board of Registration for Professional Engineers andLand Surveyors interagency agreement discussion & action.

1.3The board will do a final review of the two items listed below at the July 24th specialmeeting teleconference. Ms. Lagerberg will work with Mr. Padilla-Huddleston on the interagencyagreement.Mr. Fuller and Ms. Lagerberg will work on the statement of work.3. Adjourn Meeting: 4:15 p.m.Next meeting: July 24, 2019 @ 3:00 p.m.DOL Black Lake 2 Room 2108Olympia, WA 98507

1.3STATE OF WASHINGTONBOARD OF REGISTRATION FORPROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORSSPECIAL BOARD MEETING AGENDADATE:Special Board Meeting – Wednesday, July 24, 2019TIME:3:00 PMLOCATION:Department of LicensingRoom 2108405 Black Lake Blvd SWOlympia, WA 98502Board members participating via conference call. Department ofLicensing staff attending in person. Visitors please check in at the frontcounter.1. Call to Order1.1 Introductions2. Department of Licensing and Board of Registration for Professional Engineers andLand Surveyors interagency agreement discussion & action3. Adjourn Meeting

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4.3Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors Board Disciplinary ReportOpen Case StatusCase ManagerReview50%ENG TypesTypes Of CasesChargingDocumentsBeing ental9%OSW0%Investigations40%Total casesCase ManagerAaron Blaisdell, PLSDouglas Hendrickson, PEIvan VanDewege, PEJames Wengler, PLSMarjorie Lund, PE, SEPh.D, PEStephen Shrope, PETotals as of: 10 Jul 2019UnassignedTotals as of: 10 Jul 2019Recent Case HistoryENG BeginningENG OpenedENG ClosedENG TotalENG Corp/LLC BeginningENG Corp/LLC OpenedENG Corp/LLC ClosedENG Corp/LLC 5224271813Typical Complaint Process (Open Case Status)-- Staff receive complaint (Daily intake)-- Staff evaluate complaint (Daily intake)-- Staff assign to Case Manager (CM) (CM Review)-- CM review; determine whether to investigate (CM Review)-- Staff investigate complaint (Investigations)-- If no evidence supports allegation, CM recommend closure (CM Review)Civil73%ENG Corps/LLC19%Case StatusChargingDocuments 4294123Recent Case HistoryPLS BeginningPLS OpenedPLS ClosedPLS TotalOSW BeginningOSW OpenedOSW ClosedOSW Total(cont.)-- If no evidence supports allegation, CM recommend closure (CM Review)-- If evidence supports allegation, CM determine sanctions (CM Review)-- Staff use BAP if appropriate (BAP)-- Staff drafts charging documents (Charging Documents Being Drafted)-- Board Attorney reviews charges, moves forward with prosecution (AAG review)-- Following Prosecution / Disposition decision (Compliance Monitoring)

1:30 p.m. John Reed Boardroom . 1. Outreach/Education Taskforce discussion 2. Board Mission Statement 3. Policies 3.1. Small Agency Administrative Policies 3.2. Board Policies 4. WAC 196 – Board rules 5. Board Manual. BOARD MEMBER TRAINING . Wednesday, August 7, 2019 . 3:00 p.m. John Reed Boardroom . 1. APA Separation of Roles 2. Open Public .

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