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: May 2009
One question often leads to another. That’s the first sign you may need to ask an expert as our opening indicates. As the economy has slowed many contractors find they have more questions than bid opportunities. Serious questions need to … Continue reading
If you give your license number to a corporation can you ever get it back? Even attorneys seem confused about this issue. Another contractor needs renewals in two states and an out-of-state builder has a ‘short’ question about certifying electricians … Continue reading
In assisting contractors with licensing for more than 25 years, I occasionally run into those ‘peculiar’ situations that only crop up now and then as law is translated into actual practice. However, don’t think you’re safe because, as I share … Continue reading
Will public works contractors face more regulatory hurdles in the future? A ‘partnership’ taking a new direction may need help. But first, subs will appreciate reading more about legal requirements that they get paid on time without any excuses… Q: … Continue reading