If you’re ready to advance your construction career in Massachusetts, then you’ll need to know the different types of supervisor licenses available. Some people choose only to work on already-built residences and simply requires a home improvement contractors license (HIC). For anyone who wants more opportunity, you’ll need to get a construction supervisor license (CSL).Read More
When you think of Florida, you probably think of beaches, warm weather and vacations. That’s because tourism is Florida’s number one industry, providing billions of dollars each year to the state. Add to that a steadily growing population of residents, and you have the recipe for a booming construction industry as well. This explains why licensed contractors in Florida enjoy successful and satisfying careers. So, if you’re in the construction industry in Florida, here are four important reasons to get your license today.Read More
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Want to become an electrician in Georgia? Electricians are in high demand across the country, especially in highly populated states like Georgia. Get the facts about the education and electrician license requirements here to begin your career.Read More
Becoming a Licensed Contractor In MississippiPer the Mississippi State Board of Contractors (MSOBC), a General Contractors license is required for the following:
- Commercial projects greater than $50,000
- Public works projects greater than $50,000 in value
- Commercial Fire Sprinklers $5,000 for public and $10,000 for private jobs
- Residential building projects/jobs greater than $50,000
- Residential remodeling projects/jobs greater than $10,000.
Becoming a Licensed Contractor In TennesseeIf you want to bid on projects larger than $25,000 in the state of Tennessee, then you will need a contractors license.
Becoming a Licensed Contractor In GeorgiaIf you are considering getting your Georgia contractor’s license, you are probably already aware that the state requires a license for any work over $2,500. Most people who get the required license do so to find more career growth and income opportunities. The first step is to determine the license you need:
Becoming a Licensed Contractor In FloridaIf you’ve decided to become a licensed contractor in Florida, you’ve probably already researched how much work you can do in Florida without a contractor license and decided it’s much more profitable to get your statewide license.
Becoming a Licensed Contractor In VirginiaReady to become a licensed contractor in Virginia?
It’s been nearly 6 months since the entire world was rocked by COVID-19. Since then, everyone’s scrambled to pivot, adjust and adapt to some kind of new normal. Many businesses, large and small, have shuttered for good. Even some industries have questioned their longevity within a fragile economy. COVID-19 Impact On Construction However, there is one industry that is clearly not only surviving but thriving again: construction.Read More
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