North Carolina Stamping Requirements

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    Rob Halpern
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    Can anyone here tell me:

    Does the State of North Carolina require that landscape planting plans be stamped by an L.A.?

    I have an opportunity to work on a project with architects and engineers who need a planting plan but I cannot stamp plans.

    Thanks

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    Andrew Garulay, RLA
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    I think you are all set. Like most LA “Practice Acts”, the exemptions in NC can be summed up by saying “or anyone else”.

    https://www.asla.org/uploadedFiles/CMS/Government_Affairs/State_Goverment_Affairs_and_Licensure/State_Documents/North%20Carolina2015.pdf

    #151359

    Rob Halpern
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    Thanks Andrew. It appears to me that planting plans are fine but I’ll still need to inquire whether the State agency requires that landscape plans be stamped.

    #151358

    Robert Anderson
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    While Andrew is correct it does go on to say that to conduct business one must be registered. Check the State Business website. Contact Tedd Duncan at Stantec for more info.

    #151357

    Rob Halpern
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    Thanks Robert. After reading Andrew’s link I decided to simply contact the Project Manager. This project does require that planting plans be stamped.

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