A-E 2.03(1)(b) (b) “Resident" means a currently-registered architect, landscape architect, professional engineer, designer or professional land surveyor who spends the majority of his or her working schedule in one firm location and who is in charge of and responsible for the type of services offered or provided from that location.
A-E 2.03(2) (2) Resident required; responsibilities. Every firm maintaining one or more places of business in Wisconsin shall have:
A-E 2.03(2)(a) (a) A resident architect in each separate business location which provides or offers to provide architectural services.
A-E 2.03(2)(b) (b) A resident professional engineer in each separate business location which provides or offers to provide professional engineering services.
A-E 2.03(2)(c) (c) A resident designer in each separate business location which provides or offers to provide designing services.
A-E 2.03(2)(d) (d) A resident professional land surveyor in each separate business location which provides or offers to provide professional land surveying services.
A-E 2.03(2)(e) (e) A resident landscape architect in each separate business location which provides or offers to provide landscape architectural services.
A-E 2.03(3) (3) Notice. Every firm shall notify the board of at least one resident who is in charge of and responsible for each separate business location.
A-E 2.03(4) (4) Resident limitation. A resident may not be in charge of or responsible for services offered or provided from more than one business location.
A-E 2.03 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1987, No. 374, eff. 3-1-87; am. (1) (a) and (b), cr. (2) (e) and (f), Register, June, 1995, No. 474, eff. 7-1-95; am. (2) (intro.), Register, January, 1999, No. 517, eff. 2-1-99; am. (1) (a) and (b), r. (2) (f), Register, February, 2000, No. 530, eff. 3-1-00; CR 15-036: am. (1) (a), (b), (2) (d) Register January 2016 No. 721, eff. 2-1-16.
A-E 2.04 A-E 2.04 Change of address. Every registrant or permit holder shall notify the board in writing of a change of address within 30 days of the change. The notice shall include the person's or firm's former and new addresses and each registration or permit number held.
A-E 2.04 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1987, No. 374, eff. 3-1-87.
A-E 2.045 A-E 2.045 Retired credential status.
A-E 2.045(1)(1)The holder of a credential under ch. 443, Stats., may apply to the appropriate section of the board to classify the credential as retired status. The section shall classify the credential as retired status if all of the following requirements are met:
A-E 2.045(1)(a) (a) The credential holder completes an application on a form provided by the board.
A-E 2.045(1)(b) (b) The credential holder meets one of the following requirements:
A-E 2.045(1)(b)1. 1. The credential holder is at least 65 years of age.
A-E 2.045(1)(b)2. 2. The credential holder has actively maintained the credential issued by the section for at least 20 years, which need not be consecutive.
A-E 2.045(1)(c) (c) The credential holder certifies he or she has retired from and no longer engages in any activity in this state that requires a credential issued by the section. The certification under this paragraph is not required to be notarized.
A-E 2.045(2) (2) Notwithstanding s. A-E 2.05, an individual who previously held a credential under ch. 443, Stats., and failed to renew the credential prior to the renewal date, may apply to the appropriate section of the board to renew the credential with retired status. A credential shall be renewed with retired status if all of the following requirements are met:
A-E 2.045(2)(a) (a) The individual completes an application on a form provided by the board.
A-E 2.045(2)(b) (b) The individual pays the fee under s. 443.015 (1m) (d), Stats.
A-E 2.045(2)(c) (c) The individual meets one of the following requirements:
A-E 2.045(2)(c)1. 1. The individual is at least 65 years of age.
A-E 2.045(2)(c)2. 2. The individual had actively maintained the credential issued by the section for at least 20 years, which need not be consecutive.
A-E 2.045(2)(d) (d) The individual certifies he or she has retired from and no longer engages in any activity in this state that requires a credential issued by the section. The certification under this paragraph is not required to be notarized.
A-E 2.045(3) (3) The holder of a credential classified as retired status under sub. (1) or (2) may apply to the appropriate section of the examining board to remove the retired status classification. The section shall remove the retired status classification if the applicant satisfies the reinstatement requirements under s. A-E 2.05 (2).
A-E 2.045(4) (4) A credential classified as retired status under sub. (1) or (2) shall be renewed upon payment of the fee under s. 443.015 (1m) (d), Stats.
A-E 2.045 History History: CR 20-064: cr. Register May 2021 No. 785, eff. 6-1-21.
A-E 2.05 A-E 2.05 Failure to be registered.
A-E 2.05(1)(1)If a licensee who fails to renew his or her credential by the established renewal date applies for renewal of the credential less than 5 years after its expiration, the credential shall be renewed upon payment of the renewal fee specified in s. 440.08, Stats.
A-E 2.05(2)(a)(a) If a licensee applies for renewal of his or her credential more than 5 years after its expiration, the board shall determine whether the applicant is competent to practice under the credential in this state. The inquiry shall include a review of the applicant's practice within the previous 5 years, if any, in other licensing jurisdictions.
A-E 2.05(2)(b) (b) After inquiry, the board shall impose any reasonable conditions on reinstatement of the credential as the board deems appropriate, including a requirement that the applicant complete any current requirement for original licensure.
A-E 2.05 History History: Cr. Register, March, 1996, No. 483, eff. 4-1-96.
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