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A. If a person or firm that is registered or certified by the board is required to provide record documents for improvements or grading, and the plans show changes during the construction process, the following apply:
1. If the registered or certified professional provided construction phase services on the project that include supervision of the construction of engineering structures, the plans shall be based on field observations of the registered or certified professional or the professional's agents and information received from the project owner, project contractors and public agencies.
2. If the registered or certified professional did not provide construction phase services on the project that include supervision of the construction of engineering structures, the plans shall be based on information received from the project owner, project contractors and public agencies, but need not be based on a field verification or investigation of the improvements or grades unless the registered or certified professional is engaged to provide the field verification services.
3. The registered or certified professional shall not be required to include a certificate or statement on record documents that is inconsistent with or varies from this section.
B. For the purposes of this section, "record documents" means plans that document the registered or certified professional's final plans and that include all changes made to the plans in the actual project construction. Record documents include as-constructed plans or as-built plans.