For Immediate Release - February 22, 2013

Massachusetts Professional Engineers And Land Surveyors Board Announces Enforcement Actions

BOSTON - The Board of Registration of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors today announced disciplinary action against the following individuals:

Daniel Campbell, Plainville: The Board entered into a consent agreement with Campbell, resolving allegations that he engaged in unlicensed practice. Under the terms of the agreement, Campbell agreed to pay a $2,500 fine and serve a two year period of probation.

Arthur Cunningham, Bow, NH:  The Board entered into a consent agreement with Cunningham, resolving allegations that he engaged in unlicensed practice. A review by the Board found that Cunningham failed to renew his engineering license when it expired in 2004, but continued to practice as a sanitary engineer for more than 6 years. Under the terms of the agreement, Cunningham agreed to pay a $1,000 fine.

The Board of Registration of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors establish, monitor, and enforce qualifying standards for the engineering and land surveying professions. Specifically, the Board works to ensure that persons practicing in these professions are competent and are not endangering the life, health, safety and welfare of the public. Members of the engineering and surveying professions provide services to consumers in a  number of fields, including, but not limited to, chemical, civil, environmental, electrical, mechanical, structural, agricultural, aeronautical, aerospace, fire protection, manufacturing, industrial, nuclear, petroleum and safety.  The Board licenses approximately 15,902 individuals in the engineering and land surveying professions in Massachusetts.

The Division of Professional Licensure (DPL) is a regulatory agency within the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation. The agency is responsible for ensuring regulatory compliance and the integrity of the licensing process for more than 365,000 licensees in trades and professions under the jurisdiction of 31 boards of registration. DPL also licenses and regulates private occupational schools.  

Consumers are urged to visit the DPL’s website at www.mass.gov/dpl and select the “Check a Professional’s License” link to determine whether a professional with whom they may do business is licensed and in good standing.  Follow DPL on Twitter @MassDPL.

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