TEXAS BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
February 16, 2017, Board Meeting Disciplinary & Administrative Actions

Mr. Thomas Mazingo, P.E. #93607, Houston, TX; Case Number D–36435
Violation: Mr. Mazingo failed to engage in business activities in a professional, honest, ethical, careful and diligent manner. Mr. Mazingo failed to promptly remit payment for surveys provided.
Act/Rule Violated: 22 TAC §§ 137.63(a) and 137.63(b)(5)–(b)(6)
Resolution: Two Year Probated Suspension contingent on remittance of an Administrative Penalty of $5,200.00, remittance of Restitution of $8,700.00, and successful completion of Texas Tech University Engineering Ethics Level I course

Mr. Ragu Sada, Austin, TX; Case Number B–35585
Violation: Mr. Sada knowingly and consciously represented to the public he was a licensed professional engineer in Texas, he illegally practiced engineering by placing a fraudulent seal on an engineering document, and his firm, G2 Builders Texas, LLC, unlawfully offered and provided engineering services.
Act/Rule Violated: Tex. Occ. Code §§ 1001.004(c)(2)(A) and (2)(C), 1001.301(a) and (c), and 1001.405 and 22 TAC §§ 137.33(a), 137.37(b), and 137.77(a), (b), and (d)
Resolution: Cease & Desist Order & Administrative Penalty of $5,580.00

Godwin Amekuedi, Alpharetta, GA; Case Number B–36756
Violation: Mr. Amekuedi offered to perform engineering services and unlawfully represented to the public he was a Texas professional engineer without being licensed by the Board.
Act/Rule Violated: Tex. Occ. Code §§ 1001.004(c)(2)(A)–(C) and 1001.301(a)–(c) and (e)
Resolution: Cease & Desist Order & Administrative Penalty of $3,250.00

Bhupendrakumar V Patel, P.E. #47399, Southlake, TX; Case Number D–36840
Violation: Mr. Patel failed to practice engineering in a careful and diligent manner by issuing misleading statements in his submission of an assignment for the engineering ethics course as required by a previous Consent Order. Mr. Patel plagiarized submission of assignment number three for Texas Tech University Engineering Ethics Level I course.
Act/Rule Violated: 22 TAC §§ 137.57(b)(3) and 137.63(b)(6)
Resolution: One Year Probated Suspension contingent on remittance of an Administrative Penalty of $2,800.00

LS3 Engineering, Houston, TX; Case Number B–36590
Violation: LS3 Engineering offered to provide engineering services and represented to the public it was engaged in the practice of engineering without being registered with the Board.
Act/Rule Violated: Tex. Occ. Code §§ 1001.004(c)(2)(A) and (c)(2)(C) and 1001.405(b)(1) and (e)(1) and 22 TAC §§ 137.71 and 137.77(a), (d), and (e)
Resolution: Cease & Desist Order & Administrative Penalty of $600.00

Mr. Daniel Patrick Lilley, P.E. #121210, Las Cruces, NM; Case Number D–36781
Violation: Mr. Lilley offered and practiced engineering in another jurisdiction while his professional engineer license was expired. In accordance with 22 TAC §137.65(b), if Respondent's conduct had occurred in Texas, his actions would have violated Tex. Occ. Code §§ 1001.004(c)(2)(A), 1001.301(a), 1001.401(c) and 22 TAC §§ 137.7(a) and 137.37(a)(2). Mr. Lilley failed to properly and promptly notify the Board he had been disciplined by another jurisdiction's regulatory agency.
Act/Rule Violated: 22 TAC §§ 137.5(c) and 137.65(a)
Resolution: Formal Reprimand and successfully pass Board's Ethics Course Exam