We had spent a great deal of time preparing for this school project and needed a license within two weeks or the job would be lost. I asked David to make a plea for a hardship case and he was able to get the license in twelve days.
— Randy Skidmore, Skidmore Contracting - Mesa, AZ
Monthly Archives: July 2009
For contractors a suspended license may mean suspended payment. Getting back to business is going to be a job for this contractor who can’t work until he ‘builds’ a case to explain what happened. How you ask the question will … Continue reading
If you could get a contractor’s license without lots of testing wouldn’t it be great? Well you probably can if you cross the California border. When does ‘managing’ a construction project for an owner cross the line and require a … Continue reading
Like Winston Smith in Orwell’s “1984”, contractors are also discovering that government wants them to believe that ‘less is more’ when it comes to fees they pay for licensing. The fees remain the same, but you’ll be getting less for … Continue reading
While the 3% goal for including certified disabled-veteran owned companies (DVBE) remains in place, goals for other ‘disadvantaged’ businesses providing goods and services in California have changed. Remember Proposition 209? We also open a ‘vent’ to let some fresh air … Continue reading