On behalf of the Shea organization, I want to thank you for your diligent and professional guidance through this process. Everyone suggested a time of one month, if not greater. You and your staff provided a road map of what needed to be done to have this license processed within 1 week.You delivered. Job well done, your efforts are greatly appreciated.
— Paul Barnes, Shea Homes
Monthly Archives: September 2008
When you hire a Responsible Managing Employee to qualify your license, how much stock does he have to own? When you decide to use the RME, do the Board of Directors also submit fingerprints? If you apply for a Limited … Continue reading
While I can guide you through the complexities of California contractor’s licensing, only you can gain the experience necessary for success. How much of that work will be accepted is always the call of CSLB staff as more than one … Continue reading
Are you holding your breath over the new diesel equipment regulations? Have you been ‘stung’ by unfair competition from an unlicensed individuals calling themselves a contractor? These were among the top agenda items at the latest meeting of the Contractors … Continue reading
Statistics from the Federal government show construction related deaths in the workplace dropped 41 percent last year. One in five California workplace deaths are construction related. You might guess roofers taking a tumble were particularly at risk, but strong emphasis … Continue reading
While some law is subject to interpretation in implementation, most rules & regulations mean exactly what they say. Two answers for our first contractor every licensed entity should remember. Unlicensed contractors make everyone look bad, but when they prey on … Continue reading