By Design
Summer 2006

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Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., Governor
Michael S. Steele, Lt. Governor
James D. Fielder, Jr., Ph.D., Secretary
John M. Wasilisin, Deputy Secretary

IN THIS ISSUE:

Commissioner's Message

ARCHITECTURE:

NCARB Welcomes New Board of Diresctors

Maryland Board of Architects Implements A.R.E. Five-Year Rolling Clock

ENGINEERING:

NCEES to Add Construction Module to Civil PE Exam

Maryland Professional Engineers Board Elects Officers

Maryland Society of Professional Engineers Announces Gala

Veterans Reimbursed for NCEES Exams

State Board for Professional Engineers Considers Proposal of New Regulation

NCEES Announces Registered Continuing Education Providers Program

INTERIOR DESIGN:

Certified Interior Designers Board Gets New Member

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE:

Old National Pike District Park Receives Landscape Site Award

OTHER NEWS:

Examination Statistics

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Contacts


COMMISSIONER'S MESSAGE
Joseph Sliwka
Commissioner, Occupational & Professional Licensing
Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation

As summer comes to a close and we enter the fall season, there are many new and exciting things happening in the Design Boards at DLLR.  A few items of note that I would like to discuss include: new faces, legislative issues and potential updates in licensing requirements.

 As the Design Boards welcome new members, we are assured they will join with us in providing high-quality public service to you, the licensees.  We anticipate that the addition of board members will bring innovative ideas and fresh viewpoints.

We have also hired an investigator for the Design Boards, a position which will help us to provide better enforcement of regulations.  This individual will investigate complaints of unlicensed or possible unethical practices of the various design professions.  This is a position we are pleased to fill and are very excited about this person coming on board at our organization.

The Board for Professional Engineers, in particular, has two issues of importance to be reviewed in coming months.  They include: Continuing Education and the requirement for more education for initial licensing.  The board will discuss these matters at its next several meetings.

The Board of Architects has adopted NCARB’s Rolling Clock, limiting the time required to pass the architectural licensing examination to five years.  Please read the article in this issue that discusses the rolling clock.

If you have any questions or comments regarding any of these issues and how they may impact you, please feel free to contact your respective board.

I also would like to salute the board secretaries and individuals who assist in the processing of license applications.  Their ongoing efforts and hard work are greatly appreciated and never taken for granted.  We appreciate and applaud the hard work and dedication they contribute to keeping the Design Boards running smoothly.

As always, I am available to serve and assist you, the licensees, in any way that I can.  Together, we can keep the Maryland Design Boards current with industry standards and keep them running efficiently with more exams passed and licenses renewed, all in a spirit of excellence for the citizens of Maryland .

To review the qualifications for board service visit the design board’s homepage:   http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/design/ and click on a board and the Online Law & Regulations button to see the specific requirements for Appointment to the Board.

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ARCHITECTURE

NCARB WELCOMES NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards is pleased to introduce its Board of Directors for fiscal year 2007. Installed during the culmination of the Council’s 87th Annual Meeting and Conference in Cincinnati , OH , the newly elected officers and directors include Maryland Board of Architects Chairman Stephen Parker and former member Andrew Prescott.

Architect Andrew W. Prescott, AIA, Elected Treasurer of NCARB

Andrew W. Prescott, AIA, of Potomac, MD, and Keeseville, NY, recently was elected treasurer of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) at its 87th Annual Meeting and Conference in Cincinnati , OH . Prescott previously served as the director for Region 2 (Middle-Atlantic Conference) and represented the following U.S. jurisdictions: Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.  He is a former member of the Maryland Board for Architects. 

For 26 years Prescott was affiliated with Einhorn Yaffee Prescott (EYP), a well-regarded architecture and engineering firm with offices in Albany, Boston, New York, and Washington, DC. As a founder and executive principal, Prescott managed projects in 45 states and 15 foreign countries that generated more then $100 million annually in fees. EYP specializes in five practice areas: higher education, historic preservation, government, K-12 education, and science and technology. In 1995 EYP received an IDP Outstanding Firm Award from NCARB and the American Institute of Architects in recognition of its support and development of emerging professionals. 

Since 1988, Prescott has served as a volunteer committee member in support of the Architect Registration Examination (ARE).  The examination is a nine-division test developed by NCARB and taken by all architects seeking registration in the United States and Canada. His commitment to the ARE is legendary and includes stints as chair of the Committee on Examination and the ARE Subcommittee, two of the most important groups that oversee the exam's development, grading, and administration. He also chaired the Vignettes Enhancement Task Force and has been a writer, grader and group coordinator for both multiple-choice and graphic divisions.

Most recently, Prescott has lent his expertise to NCARB's Committee on the Intern Development Program. He also co-chaired the Intern Development Program Coordinating Committee.

In 2005, Prescott completed his term on the Maryland Board of Architects, to which he was appointed in 2000.  He also served on the New York State Board for Architects, where he completed two five-year terms (1987-1996) and was elected chair in 1995. 

Andrew Prescott earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Architecture degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Prescott is registered to practice architecture in California, Maryland, and New York .  He holds the NCARB Certificate for national reciprocity. 

Prescott also served the profession as a member of National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) teams that assessed the architectural curricula at Columbia University and RPI.

Beyond his professional responsibilities, he is a leader within his community and currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute School of Architecture.

Maryland Architect Stephen L. Parker, AIA, LEED AP, Installed as Regional Director of NCARB

Stephen L. Parker, AIA, LEED AP, of Bethesda, MD, was installed on the Board of Directors for the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) during the organization's June 2006 Annual Meeting and Conference, in Cincinnati, OH. 

As the Region 2 (Middle-Atlantic Conference) Director, Parker represents the following jurisdictions: Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. The Middle-Atlantic Conference elected Parker director in March 2006 during its spring meeting in Charleston, SC.  

Parker is president and CEO of Grimm & Parker Architects, a full-service firm with offices in Bethesda and Calverton, MD, and in McLean, VA. The Associated Builders and Contractors' Metro Washington Chapter selected Grimm & Parker as its Architectural Firm of the Year.  It is just one of more than 130 international, national, and local design honors the firm has received. Parker's award-winning work, which represents more than $1 billion in construction costs, includes the Strathmore Concert Hall in Bethesda (with Bill Rawn, FAIA); the East Columbia Library in Columbia, MD; Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, MD; and the Prince George Justice Center in Hyattsville, MD.  

While a member of the ARE Subcommittee, from 1999 and 2003, Parker helped devise questions for the Architect Registration Examination (ARE).  The ARE is a nine-division test developed by NCARB, which is taken by all architects seeking registration in the United States and Canada. Parker also served on the Committee on Education, the Practice Education Committee, and the 2006 NCARB Prize jury that awarded more than $60,000 to six accredited programs in architecture. 

Since 1999, Parker has chaired the Maryland State Board of Architects. He previously led the Maryland State Architectural Review Board from 1986-2002. Parker is a former president and board member for both the Maryland Society of Architects and the Potomac Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). 

Parker earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Maryland , College Park . He holds the NCARB Certificate for national reciprocity and is registered to practice in 10 jurisdictions.  They include: Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia. 

Parker participated on National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) teams that assessed curricula at Norwich University , The Cooper Union, and the University of Oregon . He has been a guest lecturer at the schools of architecture at the University of Maryland and The Catholic University as well as the Maryland Institute of Art and the Maryland Department of Education. He is a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited professional and has been a member of the U.S. Green Building Council since 1999. Parker also is a recognized educational facilities professional.

In 2003, Parker received the University of Maryland 's Distinguished Alumni Award. That same year, he also received the Paul H. Kea Medal for leadership, service to the profession and architectural advocacy, which is awarded annually by the Potomac Valley Chapter/AIA. 

Parker currently serves on the advisory board for the University of Maryland 's School of Architecture and the professional advisory board for the Maryland Institute of Art. He also is a member of the board of directors for the Housing Initiative Partnership, Inc., which is based in Prince George's County, MD.

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MARYLAND BOARD OF ARCHITECTS IMPLEMENTS A.R.E.
FIVE-YEAR ROLLING CLOCK

by Janine S. McDonald

The Maryland Board of Architects has adopted the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards’ (NCARB) Rolling Clock, limiting the time an architectural candidate has to complete the Architectural Registration Examination (A.R.E.) to five years.           

Previously, candidates for the A.R.E. were not given a time limit to pass the nine sections of the exam.  However, the five-year time limit helps to keep candidates’ knowledge current.  According to NCARB, “Requiring that all divisions be passed within a reasonable period will better assure that the A.R.E. remains a valid measure of the level of competence necessary to independently practice architecture.”

The changes will amend the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR), 09.21.01 General Regulations.  The basic guidelines governing the implementation of the Rolling Clock are:

A motion was unanimously carried by the Board to amend the Maryland regulations to include the Rolling Clock standard.  This means that the national Rolling Clock guideline has been implemented and is being enforced for Maryland architects.           

The five-year Rolling Clock was officially implemented by NCARB on January 1, 2006.  The A.R.E. is the only exam required for architectural licensing candidates.

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ENGINEERING

NCEES TO ADD CONSTRUCTION MODULE TO CIVIL PE EXAM

The Board of Directors of the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) recently approved new specifications for the Civil Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam. The specifications include new content areas focused on construction engineering.

The Civil PE exam is a breadth and depth examination. All examinees work the same breadth portion in the morning and then choose one depth module to work in the afternoon. The topic areas of the current depth modules are environmental, geotechnical, structural, transportation and water resources. Beginning with the spring 2008 exam administration, the exam will include a construction engineering depth module.

For more than five years, the Council has been discussing and researching the possibility of a construction depth module in the Civil PE exam. The discussion began when the Construction Engineering Education Committee within the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Construction Institute approached NCEES about the growing need to recognize construction engineering in the professional engineering licensure process.

In 2001, the Council voted to include construction issues in its study to update Civil PE exam content. As a part of this study, NCEES surveyed more than 10,000 licensed civil engineers to determine the knowledge areas needed to practice. The survey group represented various fields and geographic locations and included more than 1,600 construction engineers. Survey responses confirmed the need for a construction module.

“The field of construction engineering is large enough to justify the new exam module,” says David Johnston, Ph.D., P.E., chair of the Construction Engineering Education Committee and a professor at North Carolina State University . “And it’s appropriate for it to be one of the choices in the Civil PE exam because at least a quarter of graduating civil engineering students choose careers in construction. In addition, there are a growing number of ABET-accredited construction engineering degree programs producing construction engineers.”

Many codes, specifications and regulations now require a licensed professional engineer to design various production and safety systems used to execute the construction process.  It is becoming more common for construction engineers to coordinate other licensed design professionals in design-build projects. NCEES has responded to issues related to the design-build construction process by creating a position statement to recognize the need for licensed professional engineers to be responsible for all engineering services included in design-build projects.

The NCEES Construction Engineering Exam Subcommittee is currently creating questions for the new depth module based on the new specifications. The subcommittee, also chaired by Johnston , is made up of 27 licensed construction engineers who work with the Civil PE exam committee. More detailed information about the specifications and content areas of the exam will be published after the fall 2007 exam administration.

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MARYLAND PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS BOARD ELECTS OFFICERS

The Maryland Board for Professional Engineers reelected Eugene C. Harvey, P.E., as chairman and Alison A. Hunt, P.E. as secretary at its July 2006 meeting.  Mr. Harvey, a retired civil engineer, has served on the P.E. board since 1998.

Howard “Skip” Harclerode, P.E. was elected as the new vice chairman for the Professional Engineers board.  Mr. Harclerode replaces Sallye Perrin, P.E., in the vice chair seat.  He was also recently appointed as chairman of the Uniform Procedures and Legislative Guidelines Committee (UPLG) of the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES).

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MARYLAND SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS ANNOUNCES GALA

The Maryland Society of Professional Engineers will host a gala event at the National Aquarium in Baltimore , on October 12, 2006 from 7-10 p.m.  The event will provide access to the Aquarium’s Animal Planet Australia: Wild Extremes exhibit and a behind-the-scenes tour of engineering spaces.  The evening will end with the Order of the Engineer induction ceremony.

Although the event will be used as a fundraiser for the Society’s Scholarship Fund, there is no cost for newly licensed engineers and members of the Maryland Board for Professional Engineers to attend.  However, guests of newly licensed engineers can purchase discounted tickets.

For more information, please go to the Society’s Web site at www.mdspe.org or contact them by telephone at (410) 675-8967.

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VETERANS REIMBURSEED FOR NCEES EXAMS

Qualified veterans and their dependants who apply to take the exams are eligible for a full reimbursement of the actual cost of any examination offered by NCEES.  In 2003, the Council obtained certification for veterans’ education benefits by applying to the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education.

To do this, NCEES had to provide evidence that its engineering and surveying examinations are “generally accepted, in accordance with relevant government, business, or industry standards, employment policies, or hiring practices as attesting to a level of knowledge or skill required to enter into, maintain, or advance employment in the particular vocation or profession.”

NCEES also demonstrated that it employs experts in the testing industry to assist with the development of the examinations, that it issues prompt notice of the results of all examinations and that it would, upon request, make available all appropriate records pertaining to the test data of veterans or other eligible persons for inspection by the Department of Veterans Affairs or its representatives.

Qualified applicants can apply for reimbursement or ask about the process by contacting the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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STATE BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS CONSIDERS PROPOSAL
OF NEW REGULATION
By Milena Trust, Assistant Attorney General

The State Board for Professional Engineers is considering proposing a regulation that would require a professional engineer who signs and seals the engineering drawings to place his or her professional certification on such drawings.  The certification would confirm that the professional engineer personally prepared or approved the drawings, as such terms are described in the Code of Maryland Regulations, and would also specify the professional engineer’s license number and the license expiration date.

The Board advanced several reasons for this regulation.  First, by expressly certifying that he or she prepared or approved the documents, the professional engineer is reminded of the professional responsibility (and liability) that he or she is assuming when signing and sealing the engineering documents.  In particular, in those cases when a professional engineer did not personally prepare the documents, he or she must satisfy the criteria for the “approval” of documents.  Under the Code of Maryland Regulations, the term “approved” means that the licensee satisfied the following criteria: “(1) [he or she] had technical knowledge and responsible control over the content of technical submissions during their preparation; and (2) [he or she] performed substantive review and had authority of make revisions with regard to the preparation of submissions . . . . “ 

Secondly, by requiring the placement of a license expiration date, a licensee is reminded of the importance of checking such date, avoiding confusion that sometime happens when a licensee changes his or her mailing address, or occasional problems that once in a while occur with the delivery of the renewal notices.

Finally, based on a number of recent complaints filed, the Board hopes that such professional certification would both help the enforcement efforts and would reduce the number of occurrences of practicing engineering with an expired license.

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NCEES ANNOUNCES REGISTERED CONTINUING EDUCATION
PROVIDERS PROGRAM

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) announces the creation of the Registered Continuing Education Providers Program (RCEPP). The new program will form a comprehensive registry of continuing education providers that have demonstrated adherence to high-quality, effective practices in professional education for engineers and surveyors. It is a joint effort between NCEES and the American Council of Engineering Companies.

The program begins August 1, 2006. At that time, NCEES will launch www.rcep.net, a comprehensive Web site that will make it easier for engineers and surveyors to fulfill and track continuing professional competency (CPC) requirements.

“For the first time, there will be a one-stop online location for engineering and surveying continuing education,” explains NCEES Executive Director Betsy Browne. “Engineers and surveyors will be able to look up CPC requirements, search for registered providers, find educational activities on a master calendar and manage their CPC activities.”

RCEPP will be a complement to—not a substitute for—existing Member Board approval programs. Authority to approve CPC activity remains with the individual licensing boards, and licensees will continue to be ultimately responsible for the acceptability of CPC courses and activities.

The program will provide information for member boards to streamline the CPC auditing process. Licensing boards will have access to licensees’ records for professional development hours and detailed descriptions of education activity. Boards will also be able to view CPC requirements by jurisdiction and search the list of registered providers.

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INTERIOR DESIGN

CERTIFIED INTERIOR DESIGNERS BOARD GETS NEW MEMBER

Austine R. Fink has been appointed to the Maryland Board of Certified Interior Designers as a consumer member.  Ms. Fink is an art teacher with a background spanning instruction of kindergarten through college students.  Her background also includes the operation of an appraisal and auction business for 12 years with a specialty in fine antiques and oriental art.  Ms. Fink is a resident of Charles County .  Her term expires in 2008.


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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

OLD NATIONAL PIKE DISTRICT PARK RECEIVES LANDSCAPE SITE AWARD

The award was presented to Frederick County staff this spring at the MRPA annual conference in Ocean City, Md. This is the first time a park operated by Frederick County has received such an award.

The 155-acre Old National Pike District Park opened in 2005 and is located along the north side of Route 144, midway between New Market and Mount Airy . Facilities currently located within the park include: one baseball field with 350-foot foul lines, four multi-purpose fields, two playgrounds, three picnic pavilions, a multi-purpose trail, a maintenance storage building and other amenities to appeal to a broad range of park users in Frederick County. Construction funds for the park’s first phase of approximately $3.4 million were approved by the county commissioners.

 The park project was designed by Human & Rohde of Towson, Md., a landscape architecture firm specializing in reforestation, wetland delineation, environmental work and trail design. The Old National Pike District was constructed by Kinsley Construction of Timonium, Md., in cooperation with the Frederick County Department of Construction Management and the Department of Parks and Recreation.

John Rohde, principal-in-charge of Human & Rohde, is a registered landscape architect with over 25 years of experience in landscape architecture.

The Frederick Board of County Commissioners recognized the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Department of Construction Management, and architectural firm and construction company personnel who were instrumental in the design and production of the Old National Pike District Park on July 25. The park received notoriety recently as a recipient of the Landscape Site/American Society of Landscape Architects Award of the Maryland Recreation and Parks Association (MRPA), an organization of nearly 1,000 parks and recreation professionals. 

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EXAMINATION STATISTICS

ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING EXAMS

EXAM FIGURES

In June 2006, grade notices were mailed to candidates who sat for the Engineering and Surveying exams in April. Pass/fail rates are listed below:

EXAM

NUMBER TAKING

NUMBER PASS

% PASS

FUND. OF ENGINEERING

        470

        334

    71

P & P OF ENGINEERING

        203

        120

    59

FUND. OF SURVEYING

          8

         5

    63

P & P OF LAND
SURVEYING

         13

         6

    46

MD LAW & ETHICS

         23

         13

    56

STORM DRAIN & ROAD GRADE DESIGN

         18

         7

    39

 

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ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATION EXAM – SECOND QUARTER 2006

Listed below are the statistics for the candidates taking sections of the A.R.E. for the second quarter of 2006.

                                                MARYLAND                             NATIONAL                       

SECTION

# CAND.

# PASS

% PASS

# CAND.

# PASS

% PASS

Bldg. Plan.

33

25

76

1191

876

74

Bldg. Tech.

18

12

67

1080

704

65

Const. Docs.

24

22

92

1195

979

82

Gen. Struct.

16

13

81

1012

748

74

Lat. Forces

28

17

61

979

716

73

Mat. & Meth.

26

21

81

1125

846

75

Mech. & Elec.
Systems

19

15

79

1095

753

69

Pre-Design

18

17

94

1082

829

77

Site Planning

20

10

      50

993

619

62

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NCIDQ EXAM - MARYLAND CANDIDATES – APRIL 2006

Listed below are the statistics for Maryland candidates who sat for the most recent NICDQ exam with a comparison to the national pass rate.                                                                                   

EXAM SECTION

NUMBER
CANDIDATES

PASSED

PASS RATE
( MARYLAND )

PASS RATE
(NATIONAL)

SECTION 1

           18

         12

          67

         71

SECTION 2

           17

         11

          65

         71

SECTION 3

           20

         17

          85

         82

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT REGISTRATION EXAM

In June 2006, Maryland administered Sections C and E of the Landscape Architectural Registration Examination.  Twenty-one candidates sat for Section C and 21 for Section E. 

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2006 REMAINING MEETING DATES FOR
PROFESSIONAL DESIGN BOARDS

Board

Date

Time

Location

Architects

Wed 10/25/06

9:30 a.m.

500 North Calvert Street ,
Baltimore , MD 21202
Third Floor Conference Room

Tues 11/7/06

Wed 12/20/06

Certified Interior Designers

Thurs 11/9/06

10:00 a.m.

500 North Calvert Street ,
Baltimore , MD 21202
Second Floor Conference Room

Land Surveyors

Wed 10/4/06

9:30 a.m.

500 North Calvert Street ,
Baltimore , MD 21202
Third Floor Conference Room

Wed 11/1/06

Wed 12/6/06

Professional Engineers

Thurs 10/12/06

9:00 a.m.

500 North Calvert Street ,
Baltimore , MD 21202
Third Floor Conference Room

Thurs 11/9/06

Thurs 12/14/06

Joint Chairs Meeting

Tues 10/17/06

1:30 p.m.

500 North Calvert Street ,
Baltimore , MD 21202
Third Floor Conference Room

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BY DESIGN ARCHIVE OPERATIONAL

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Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing

op@dllr.state.md.us
500 North Calvert Street, 3rd Floor
Baltimore, Maryland, 21202

Joseph Sliwka, Commissioner
Harry Loleas, Deputy Commissioner

Thomas L. Woods, Executive Director
Pamela Edwards, Assistant Executive Director
410-230-6322
Fax 410-333-0021

By Design
Linda Sherman,
Publisher
Janine S. McDonald, Editor

Contributing Writers: Charles Maloy, Steve Parker, Skip Harclerode, Pamela Edwards, Harry Loleas, Janine S. McDonald, Linda Sherman, Milena Trust, Thomas L. Woods

YOUR BOARD MEMBERS

State Board of Architects
410-230-6261,
architect@dllr.state.md.us
Stephen L. Parker, Chair, Architect,
Montgomery County
Diane Cho, Architect, Baltimore City
Gary A. Bowden, Architect, Baltimore City
R. Glen Stephens, Architect, Howard County
Paul R. Edmeades, Architect, Harford County
Gary Ey, Consumer Member, Harford County
Juan Torrico, Consumer Member, Baltimore County

Terry White, Executive Secretary

State Board of Examiners of Landscape Architects
410-230-6256

landscape@dllr.state.md.us

Charles Bailey, Chair, Landscape Architect,
Howard County
Michael Fisher, Landscape Architect, Harford County
Liling T. Tien, Landscape Architect, Baltimore County
Evonne Caison, Consumer Member, Prince George's County
Ralph E. Reisler, Consumer Member, Cecil County

Mrs. Deborah Evans, Executive Secretary

State Board for Professional Land Surveyors
410-230-6256
surveyor@dllr.state.md.us

Charles Maloy Ed.D, Chair, Consumer Member, Baltimore County
Daniel P. Lavelle, Land Surveyor, Frederick County
Joan G. Dunne, Consumer Member, Baltimore County

John V. Mettee, III, Land Surveyor, Harford County
Thomas M. Orisich, Land Surveyor,
Baltimore County
Donald J. Ocker, Property Line Surveyor,
St. Mary's County

Mrs. Deborah Evans, Executive Secretary

State Board for Professional Engineers
410-230-6260
pe@dllr.state.md.us

Eugene C. Harvey, P.E., Chairman, Civil Engineer  Member, Anne Arundel County
Pastor Farinas, P.E., Electrical Engineer Member, Montgomery County
Sandra J. Murphy, Consumer Member, Prince George's County
Sallye E. Perrin, P.E., Civil Engineer Member, Baltimore City
H.C. Harclerode II, P.E., Vice Chairman, Chemical Engineer Member, Baltimore County
Alison Hunt, P.E., Secretary, Mechanical Engineer Member, Baltimore City
Rosalind L. Yee, Consumer Member,
Anne Arundel County

Dorothy Matricciani, Executive Secretary

State Board for Certified Interior Designers
410-230-6259
interiordesign@dllr.state.md.us

Carol Doering, Chair, Certified Interior Designer
Teri Bennett, Certified Interior Designer, Baltimore
Carla K. Viar, Certified Interior Designer, Washington County
Diane Gordy, Certified Interior Designer, Montgomery County
Scott A. McGovern, Licensed Architect, Baltimore County

Ellen Schofield, Certified Interior Designer
Austine R. Fink, Consumer Member
Janis Daniels, Executive Secretary

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