Let's say Engineer A signs and seals building design and is therefore the EOR for the project. During construction the contractor makes a substitution which requires engineering approval. Engineer A is on vacation (lucky guy) and Engineer B designs the fix and issues with his seal on it. Since both engineers work for the same company, are there any EOR conflicts?
Wondering how other folks lucky enough to have multiple PE's in the same office handle plan revisions, letters, etc., that come up on a project.
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