Monthly Archives: September 2012

Losing a Qualifier, Breaking Concrete & Business Name Requirements

We begin with a ‘suspense’ story offered by a contractor who is becoming ‘unqualified’. You need a license to work, but can you participate in bids without one?  We ‘demolish’ a misconception for a contractor who learns that ‘breaking up’ … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Down Payment Limits, “C-16″, “C-34″ & General Engineering “A”

When a contractor finds a situation that defies understanding, who are you going to call?  Over the years our readers have found answers here and learned plenty from the misfortune of others. We go in depth for our first contractor’s … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

AZ, NV & CA Contractor Licensing, Business Names & Asbestos Requirement

When a client says they will ‘take our word for it’ there is no greater compliment. With more than 30 years assisting contractors at Capitol Services we know the greatest measure of success is satisfied customers. It’s just one of … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Second Qualifiers, Concrete Pumping & “A” Waivers

Like the timber wolf that has been in the news looking for new territory across the borders of Oregon and California, contractors across the west are also looking for opportunity in new places.  For contractors with longer reach, knowing the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off