Arkansas Engineer and Land Surveyor Seal Requirements
Upon licensure each professional engineer may obtain a seal of the design authorized by the Board bearing the licensee's name, license number and the legend "Licensed Professional Engineer".
Upon licensure each professional surveyor may obtain a seal of the design authorized by the Board, bearing the licensee's name, license number and the legend "Licensed Professional Surveyor".
Each firm that is issued a Certificate of Authority (COA) shall obtain a seal of the design authorized by the Board, bearing the name of the firm and the COA number.
The seal shall be 1 1/4 to 2 inches in diameter and have a milled edge in conformance with the above designs. A facsimile rubber stamp is authorized in lieu of a seal. The stamp may have either a milled edge, or two (2) concentric circles with the outer and inner circles corresponding with the respective edges of the milling on the seal. The licensee's name and number inscribed in the seal shall correspond to the name and certificate number shown on the Certificate of Licensure.
Arkansas Architect Seal Requirements
Pursuant to Arkansas Act 270, known as the "Arkansas Architectural Act" and subject to SECTION VII, A., and SECTION VIII, A., 2., each registered architect shall procure a seal which shall contain the name of the registered architect; license registration number; and the words: "REGISTERED ARCHITECT - STATE OF ARKANSAS"
This seal shall comply in all respects in size and format with the description of the design requirements as set forth below:
Metal impression, rubber stamp or printed, 2 concentric circles 1 1/2" and 1" in diameter. Space between bearing words "Registered Architect" and "State of Arkansas". Space within inner circle bearing names and registration numbers as follows:
- For a registered corporation, the corporation name and registered number.
- For a partnership, the partnership name and registration numbers of partners.
- Individual - name and registration number.