Sec. 2011. (1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (2), the state or a county, city, township, village, school district, or other political subdivision
of this state shall not engage in the construction of a public work involving the practice of architecture or professional engineering unless all of the following requirements
(a) The plans and specifications and estimates have been prepared by a licensed architect
or licensed professional engineer.
(b) The review of the materials used and completed phases of construction is made
under the direct supervision of a licensed architect or licensed professional engineer.
(c) Each survey of land on which the public work has been or is to be constructed
is made under the supervision of a licensed professional surveyor.
(2) This section does not apply to a public work for which the contemplated expenditure
for the completed project is less than $15,000.00.
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