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Amr Robah and Revival Design and Management Group Inc. fined $27,500 for unauthorized use of professional engineers' seals


TORONTO, Jan. 24, 2019 /CNW/ - On December 6, 2018 and January 2, 2019, Amr Adel Mousta Robah and Revival Design and Management Group Inc., were convicted of breaching the Professional Engineers Act by the Ontario Court of Justice at Toronto and Whitby, respectively, and fined a total of $27,500.

In or about 2016, Revival was retained to provide design services for second-storey additions for two residential properties in the City of Oshawa. In or about 2018, Revival was retained to provide design and construction services for interior alterations and basement finishing for a residential property in Pickering. For each of the projects, Robah submitted documents to the respective city's building department containing a professional engineer's seal without the engineers' knowledge or consent.

Robah and Revival were each convicted of three offences relating to use of the seals, with Robah fined a total of $7,500and Revival fined a total of $20,000. 

Nick Hambleton, associate counsel, regulatory compliance, represented PEO in these matters.

How to verify licensure

To check whether an individual is licensed or a firm holds a certificate of authorization (C of A), search the directories of practitioners (licence and C of A holders) at www.peo.on.ca. To report unlicensed individuals and unauthorized companies, contact PEO's enforcement hotline at 416-840-1444 or 1-800-339-3716, ext. 1444, or email [email protected].

About Professional Engineers Ontario

Under the authority of the Professional Engineers Act, PEO governs over 87,500 licence and certificate holders and regulates professional engineering in Ontario. PEO's mission is to regulate and advance the practice of engineering to protect the public interest. Its vision is to be the trusted leader in professional self-regulation. Professional engineering safeguards life, health, property, economic interests, the public welfare and the environment. Professional engineers can be identified by the P.Eng. after their names. Holders of limited licences can be identified by LEL or LET after their names.

SOURCE Professional Engineers Ontario

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For further information:

Duff McCutcheon, Manager, Communications,
Tel: 416-840-1068; 800-339-3716, ext.1068,
Cell: 416-797-8175,
Email: [email protected]

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