Enforcement Actions - V
Each page of the Enforcement Actions section is divided into subsections for citations, administrative actions, and convictions. You should check each subsection to see if an enforcement action has been taken against the individual you are seeking.
Whittier—The Board issued a one-count citation that included a $500 administrative fine to Ernesto Valentino, architect license number C-14463, for an alleged violation of BPC 5600.05(a)(1) (License Renewal Process; Audit; False or Misleading Information on Coursework on Disability Access Requirements). The action alleged that Valentino certified false or misleading information on his 2013 License Renewal Application. Valentino paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on March 4, 2015.
Murrieta—The Board issued a two-count citation that included a $5,000 administrative fine to Moises Villegas, an unlicensed individual, for alleged violations of BPC sections 5536(a) (Practice Without License or Holding Self Out as Architect) and 5536.1(c) (Unauthorized Practice). The action alleged that Villegas verbally contracted with his client and his company, Infinity Construction to provide design, entitlements, construction drawings, and mechanical, plumbing and electrical engineering for a two-story mixed use building located in San Diego, California. Villegas affixed an architect’s stamp to the construction drawings for the project and submitted them to the City of San Diego for plan check review. On or about July 18, 2011, Villegas prepared mechanical, electrical and plumbing plans and detail drawings for a two-story pharmacy/studio apartment project. On or about April 19, 2012, Villegas submitted drawings of the project for plan check to the City of San Diego for review. Villegas affixed an architect’s stamp to the drawings, which read: "Registered Architect," "Jack M. George," "Reg. No. C-2000," "Exp. 12-11," and the legend "State of California." The citation became final on August 28, 2013.
Rey Viquez III
Los Angeles—The Board issued a one-count citation that included a $1,500 administrative fine to Rey Viquez III, dba Rey3 Design Collaborative, an unlicensed individual, for alleged violations of BPC 5536(a) (Practice Without License or Holding Self Out as Architect). The action alleged that on or about January 7, 2016, the Internet revealed that Viquez’ company at rey3collection.com stated "For Architectural and Interior Design services." His company profile for The Rey3 Design Collaborative (The Rey3 Design) on facebook.com and youtube.com described the company’s services as "Architectural" and on houzz.com described the company’s services as "Architecture" and "architectural." The Rey3 Design Collaborative advertisement on manta.com was categorized under "Architectural Designers" and included "architectural services." Business.beverlyhillschamber.com was categorized under "Architectural Services" and described the company as "architectural," lbcgla.chambermaster.com was categorized under "Architecture" and described the company as providing "Architectural and Interior design services." Rippleffectyacht.com stated "The Rey3 Design Collaborative is an architecture and interior design company." Viquez’ personal profile for on linkedin.com described his experience at "The rey3design collaborative" as "#architectural" and included "Interior Architecture," "Architectural Design," and "Architectural Drawings." Viquez’ other personal profile "Rey III Viquez," on linkedin.com described him as an "Interior and Architectural Designer" and stated "I am an architectural and interior designer working on residential and commercial design projects" under his experience at "The Rey3 Design Collaborative." The citation became final on February 29, 2016.
Stephen Anthony Vitalich
Venice—The Board issued a one-count citation that included a $1,000 administrative fine to Stephen Anthony Vitalich, architect license number C-19742, for an alleged violation of CCR section 160(f)(1) (Rules of Professional Conduct). The action alleged that Vitalich failed to obtain prior approval in writing from the client for additional services. Vitalich paid the fine, satisfying the citation. The citation became final on June 12, 2013.
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There are no convictions to display.