So I'm a PE, with a background in water/wastewater engineering. I was asked by a friend to stamp his old grading plan he had made for his home that he was going to build. The approved plans are over ten years old and the PE who stamped it is retired and no longer has a license. The county is asking for a current PE to sign and stamp. I said I would seal it but then I realized I wasn't even sure what the correct procedure is when stamping an already approved plan. Do I simply cross out the old PE seal and stamp right next to it? Working in a govt the last few years (reviewing developers' plans), I was oblivious to the correct procedure on such matters.
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