TEXAS BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
August 27, 2015, Board Meeting Disciplinary Actions

Mr. Cecil Randolph Bomar, Jr., Previous P.E. #75149, Houston, TX; Case Number: D-35605
Violation: Mr. Bomar's Criminal History Record Check revealed two misdemeanor convictions and one felony conviction; however Mr. Bomar never notified the Board in writing of any of the aforementioned criminal convictions in violation of Board Rule 22 TAC §137.5(c). Respondent failed to conduct engineering in a professional, honest and ethical manner as demonstrated by the felony conviction, his failure to report the convictions to the Board, and his providing false information on his license renewals.
Act/Rule Violated: Board Rule 22 TAC §137.5(c)
Resolution: Mr. Bomar voluntarily surrendered his Texas professional engineer license in lieu of further disciplinary action, which the Board subsequently revoked his Texas professional engineer license effective August 27, 2015.

Mr. Jack Crowell Camp, P.E. #113551, Eau Claire, WI; Case Number: D-35753
Violation: Mr. Camp falsely certified he had completed the required Continuing Education credits on his last license renewal when he had not done so. Following his renewal of his license in which he certified he completed the required 15 hours of Continuing Education, the Board selected Respondent for a random audit of his Continuing Education records. Mr. Camp only provided records showing completion of 2.5 hours.
Act/Rule Violated: Tex. Occ. Code §1001.210(b) and Board Rules 22 TAC §§ 137.63(a) and 137.17(p)(2)–(3).
Resolution: Two year probated suspension and a $4,000.00 administrative penalty

Nick Manesh, P.E. #60994, Dallas, TX; Case Number: D-35846
Violation: Mr. Manesh neglected to sign and seal engineering drawings in an inspection report. Mr. Manesh failed to properly include the firm registration number on engineering documents, implement reasonable measures to secure his seal from unauthorized use, and notify the Board of change in his employment status within the allotted timeframe.
Act/Rule Violated: Board Rules 22 TAC §§ 137.33(d), (f), and (n), 137.5(a), 137.63(b)(2), 137.73(a)(5), and 137.77(a), (d), and (h)
Resolution: Formal reprimand and a $975.00 administrative penalty

Michael Sterling Hackebeil, P.E. #62720, Hondo, TX; Case Number: D-35714
Violation: Mr. Hackebeil practiced engineering with an expired license. Mr. Hackebeil signed and sealed shop drawings without having a registered firm.
Act/Rule Violated: Board Rules 22 TAC §§ 137.7(a), 137.37(a)(2), and 137.63(a)
Resolution: One year probated suspension and a $990.00 administrative penalty

Alan Edward Money, P.E. #111965, Phoenix, AZ; Case Number: D-35717
Violation: Mr. Money failed to practice engineering in a professional, competent, ethical, careful, and diligent manner in Arizona. The Arizona State Board of Technical Registration’s office imposed a disciplinary action against the Mr. Money for failing to apply technical knowledge in preparing engineering plans.
Act/Rule Violated: Mr. Money's conduct, had it occurred in Texas, would have violated Board Rules 22 TAC §§ 137.55(a), 137.57(b)(3), 137.59(a), 137.63(a), and 137.63(b)(6)
Resolution: Formal reprimand

Randy Lee Rutherford, P.E. #93778, Houston, TX; Case Number: D-35638
Violation: Mr. Rutherford prepared, signed and sealed the As-Built Certificate for project No. 8-2502-5, certifying that the wet bottom detention basin and trash rack were completed and fully installed; however, an inspection of the completed project confirmed the trash basin was not completed according to the drawings and specifications on file. Mr. Rutherford signed and released an engineering document which was misleading or created a false impression.
Act/Rule Violated: Board Rule 22 TAC §137.57(b)(3)
Resolution: One year probated suspension, a $1,950 administrative penalty, and Texas Tech University Engineering Ethics Course Level I

Charles Wayne Schibi, P.E. #66852, Corpus Christi, TX; Case Number: D-35891
Violation: Mr. Schibi offered and practiced engineering in another jurisdiction, Kentucky, without being licensed by that jurisdiction's regulatory board.
Act/Rule Violated: In accordance with Rule 22 TAC §137.65(a), Respondent's conduct had it occurred in Texas would have violated Tex. Occ. Code §§ 1001.004(c)(1)–(2)(A) and 1001.301(a).
Resolution: Formal reprimand

Bruce Edward Urband, P.E. #45794, Houston, TX; Case Number: D-35811
Violation: Mr. Urband offered to perform engineering services while his Texas professional engineer license was inactive in that he failed to properly display his inactive status.
Act/Rule Violated: Board Rules 22 TAC §§ 137.13(h), 137.13(f), 137.63(a), and 137.63(c)(1).
Resolution: Formal reprimand and a $750.00 administrative penalty

CIVE Consulting Inc., #F-9848, Houston, TX; Case Number: B-35935
Violation: The firm, CIVE Consulting Inc., offered and provided consulting engineering services while The firm's registration was expired. The firm has performed engineering services on nine (9) Texas projects since firm's registration expired, which has not been renewed.
Act/Rule Violated: Tex. Occ. Code §§ 1001.405(b)(1) and (e)(1) and 22 TAC §§ 137.77(d)–(e).
Resolution: $750.00 administrative penalty

Plant Engineering Services LLC, #F-9614, Irving, TX; Case Number: B-35796
Violation: The firm, Plant Engineering Services LLC, offered and provided consulting engineering services while the firm's registration was expired.
Act/Rule Violated:  Tex. Occ. Code §§ 1001.405(b)(1) and (e)(1) and Board Rules 22 TAC §§ 137.77(d)–(e).
Resolution: $750.00 administrative penalty

Audie Bradshaw, Garland, TX; Case Number: B-34835
Violation: Mr. Bradshaw is not nor has he ever been licensed in Texas as a professional engineer. Mr. Bradshaw practiced engineering in Texas by preparing electrical design plans for fifteen known projects, and representing such plans as an engineer’s work product by affixing a rendition of an invalid Texas engineer seal on the plans and signing another's signature without her knowledge or permission. On January 5, 2015, the Board appeared before the State Office of Administrative Hearings for a formal hearing to be held however, Mr. Bradshaw did not appear. The Administrative Law Judge granted a default judgment and referred the case back to the Board to issue a Final Order.
Act/Rule Violated:  Tex. Occ. Code §§ 1001.004(c)(2)(A), 1001.301(a) and 1001.405.
Resolution: Cease and Desist Order and a $45,000.00 administrative penalty