Failure to comply with state licensing laws could derail a construction, engineering or architecture project and even put licenses and payments in jeopardy. Don't take the risk. Turn to the resource that provides comprehensive guidance on the architecture, engineering and contractor license laws for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. State by State Guide to Architect, Engineer and Contractor Licensing gathers all of the vital information you need in one convenient source to help you develop a cost-effective compliance strategy. With State-by-State Guide to Architect, Engineer, and Contractor Licensing, practitioners will be prepared to handle virtually any state licensing question including Is a license required for the design or construction work that is going to be performed Is a license required before the bid or proposal is submitted? What are the special licensing requirements for partnerships? for corporations? Is a seal for stamping drawings required of design professionals? If so, which design documents must be stamped? Is a license necessary when bidding for work? Who in the organization must stamp these documents? What are the penalties if the license is not received on time? If an agent is managing the construction for an owner, must he obtain a license?Under Mainea#39;s Home Construction Contracts Act (HCCA), any contract for home construction in excess of $1400 must be ... to the contractor.136 DESIGN-BUILD/ CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT As 22.23 Design-Build Services Design-buildanbsp;...
|Title||:||State-By-State Guide to Architect, Engineer, and Contractor Licensing|
|Author||:||Richard A. Holderness, Stephen G. Walker, Stephen D. Butler|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 1995-12-31|