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: March 2010
If you ‘pay the freight’ you might naturally expect to receive delivery of what you paid for. However, government doesn’t necessarily always meet those expectations. Unfortunately, today it’s more like ‘business unusual’ in California. No matter how long you’ve been … Continue reading
As I have advocated for many years in the end piece for this contractor’s Q&A, ‘knowledge is power’. I share with you the benefit of knowing your license, and the laws that apply to using it. We also visit that … Continue reading
If you don’t want to get ‘soaked’ by the wet weather, compliance with new runoff rules will ‘divert’ the potential for fines. While many are doing business ‘as usual’ contractors in California should be on high alert about a bill … Continue reading