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Construction Work Regulated:

Electrical work is regulated at the state level. Prequalification is required of all contractors intending to bid or perform any highway work in the state.


License Requirements

Highway Pre-qualification:

  • Contractors must submit experience history and CPA or PA prepared financial statements. Bid limits are based on the net worth of the contractor. A combined project maximum of $1,875,000 can be awarded on unaudited financial statements.

Residential Contractors:

  • Applicants are required to pass a combined business law and trade examination. A new applicant must submit financial statements, a credit report and a license fee of $180. The average processing time for new applications is 30 days. Licenses expire on December 31st and are renewed for one year for $180. Residential home builders must participate in a recovery fund by paying an initial fee of $30. There were 5,200 licensees as of December 1994.
  • Prequalifications are good for 15 months from the contractors year end.
  • There were 300 prequalified contractors as of October 1996.

Electricians:

  • Applicants must pass a trade examination with a score of 75% and provide documentation of eight years of experience.
  • There were 350 contractor licensees as of October 1994.

Other:

  • Nonresident contractors shall post a security equal to 3 % of the total value of the contract with the Department of Revenue and Taxation. Nonresident contractors shall file a $500 performance and a $3,000 indemnity bond on contracts between $500 and $100,000. For contracts exceeding $100,000 the indemnity bond increases by $1,000 per each additional $100,000 or part thereof, to a maximum of $25,000. Certified resident contractors are allowed a 5 percent preference on public works projects. Public works contracts from $7,500 to $100,000 require a bond of 50 percent of the contract price. Contracts through the Department of Administration and Fiscal Control of $25,000 or more require a bond in an amount equal to 100 percent of the contract price.

Reciprocal Agreements:

  • Electrical reciprocity agreements exist with Idaho, Montana and Utah.

License Types

Electrical Contractor:

  • Contractor
  • Master
  • Journeyman
  • Specialty
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