09.13.07.02

.02 Guidelines.

A. The table in §B of this regulation sets forth the guidelines for the recommended experience criteria and tasks by surveying category. The Board has the final authority with regard to the total or partial credit for the amount of hours claimed by an applicant, the types and variety of tasks allegedly completed by an applicant, and all other matters related to these guidelines.

B. Experience Criteria and Tasks by Surveying Category.

GUIDELINE FOR MINIMUM NUMBER EXPERIENCE HOURS PER SURVEYING CATEGORY BY LICENSING TRACK
License Track /Total Minimum Hrs. Control Surveys Boundary Surveys Topographic Surveys Minor Engineering Subdivision Planning Construction Surveys Location Drawings Minimum Unallocated Hours*
15-305B/3,800 475 1710 285 570 285 285 95 95
15-305C/7,600 1850 2610 475 760 475 475 190 765
15-305E/11,400 1425 4275 720 795 795 795 225 2370
15-305F/17,100 3420 5130 1200 1200 1200 1200 300 3450

Notes:For guidelines with regard to educational equivalency for the minor engineering experience, please see Regulations .03—.05 of this chapter.

*The unallocated hours can be in a surveying category of the applicant's choice.

DESCRIPTION OF IMPORTANT WORK TASKS AND FUNCTIONS BY SURVEYING CATEGORY
CONTROL SURVEYS BOUNDARY
SURVEYS
TOPOGRAPHIC
SURVEYS
MINOR
ENGINEERING
SUBDIVISION
PLANNING
CONSTRUCTION
SURVEYS
LOCATION
DRAWINGS
Compute survey data Prepare survey maps, plats & reports Prepare survey maps, plats and reports Compute areas and volumes Prepare survey maps, plats and reports Prepare survey maps, plats and reports Determine locations of boundary lines and encumbrances
Analyze and adjust survey data Prepare land descriptions Compute areas and volumes Review documents and communicate with clients, attorneys or other interested parties Compute areas and volumes Prepare worksheets for analysis of surveys Research and evaluate evidence from public record sources
Document and/or establish monuments and their records Review documents and communicate with clients, attorneys or other interested parties Review documents and communicate with clients, attorneys or other interested parties Design horizontal and vertical alignment for roads within a subdivision Review documents and communicate with clients, attorneys or other interested parties Review documents and communicate with clients, attorneys, or other interested parties Advise clients regarding boundary uncertainties
Convert survey data to an appropriate datum Identify & evaluate field evidence for possession, boundary line discrepancies, & potential adverse possession claims Identify pertinent physical features, landmarks, and existing documentation Perform flood plain surveys Document and/or establish monuments and their records Select appropriate vertical and/or horizontal datum Prepare Location Drawings
Select appropriate vertical and/or horizontal datum Identify pertinent physical features, landmarks and existing monumentation Research and evaluate evidence from public record sources Prepare grading plans Determine subdivision development requirements and constraints Perform construction stake out
Recover horizontal and vertical control Research and evaluate evidence from public record sources Research and evaluate evidence from private record sources Design earthwork for balanced cut/fill Determine and prepare lot and street designs for land subdivision
Determine levels of precision and order of accuracy Research and evaluate evidence from private record sources Prepare worksheets for analysis of surveys Calculate existing and proposed storm runoff Prepare sketches and/or preliminary plats
Perform differential leveling Evaluate the priority of conflicting title elements Perform record or as-built surveys Prepare erosion control plans Perform condominium surveys
Perform trigonometric leveling Document and/or establish monuments and their records Reconcile survey and record data Design storm sewers and appurtenances Prepare Right of Way Plats
Calibrate instruments Perform ALTA/NSPS Surveys Design stormwater management facilities
Perform photogrammetric control surveys Identify riparian and/or littoral boundaries Design open channels
Perform astronomic measurements Document potential possession claims Design culverts and appurtenances
Reconcile survey and record data Determine vegetation species Design pavement structures and cross sections
Perform GPS surveys Determine location of boundary lines and encumbrances
Prepare worksheets for analysis of surveys

C. Regulations .03, .04, and .05 of this chapter describe more particularly the guidelines related to the educational equivalency for the minor engineering experience tasks described in this regulation.