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MIPAC RPEQ engineers meet legal requirement

Friday, August 26, 2016
It is a legal requirement for all engineering services being carried out for Queensland (QLD) projects, regardless if they are completed interstate or in QLD, they be supervised and certified by a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ).
MIPAC has RPEQ qualified engineers on staff who can carry out or directly supervise relevant engineering works in the fields of electrical, control system and network design.
If a Client requires certification of their engineering design or that of a third party, this can be provided by a MIPAC RPEQ. The MIPAC RPEQ who certifies the design takes responsibility for the engineering design in terms of compliance with the Act so must be satisfied that all drawings, calculations, data, assumptions and methods utilised in the design are properly documented and are accurate. The Client must be able to provide an adequate level of documentation for the certification to be provided. 
For further information how best to ensure your legal obligations are met for QLD based projects please contact us.

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