RULE 033.00.87-001 - Amendments to Rules and Regulations
RULE 033.00.87-001. Amendments to Rules and Regulations
MADE A PART OF PRESENT RULES & REGULATIONS
DIV.(1)ISSUANCE OF LICENSE:
All Contractors licenses will be issued under the name and address listed on the front of the application form. The use of any other name may constitute a violation. It is the responsibility of the contractor to inform the Contractors Licensing Board in writing of any name, address, ownership or any other change relating to said license within 15 days of such change.
DIV.(2) LICENSE EXPIRATIONS & RENEWALS:
Renewal notices will be mailed approximately 60 days prior to the expiration of your license. However, it shall be the responsibility of the holder of the Contractors License to renew said license.
DIV.(3) CLASSIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
A contractor may be licensed in any or all classifications. However, it is the responsibility of the applicant to show appropriate experience and qualifications in each classification requested and demonstrate the ability to perform said classification.
A contractor holding the classification(s) of Heavy Construction (HC), Highway, Railroad & Airport Construction (HRA), Municipal & Utility Construction (MU), or Building (B) is considered to be a General Contractor in its respective market. All other classifications are considered to be sub-contractors. A contractor considered to be a General Contractor shall maintain proper personnel, financial ability and facility to perform for the owner coordination, development and management expertise for the entire project.
A contractor holding an Electrical classification must maintain expertise, proper facility, financial ability and at least 1 full time employee holding a Master Electrician's license (issued by the Arkansas Board of Electrical Examiners) to assure proper skills in performing and maintaining electrical projects.
A contractor holding a. Mechanical or Specialty plumbing classification must maintain expertise, proper facility, financial ability and at least 1 full time employee holding a Master Plumbers license (issued by the Bureau of Environmental Health Service - Plumbing Section) to assure proper skills in performing and maintaining Mechanical and plumbing projects.(1/27/1987)
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