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Old 02-07-2010, 09:09 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a link for the registration/licensing requirements for Commercial Construction in NJ?
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Old 02-08-2010, 01:48 AM   #2
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As far as I know there is none. New Home and Home Improvement Contractor are all that is out there...other than Elect, Plg,etc.


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Yes, Commercial and Residential is under the same licensees, unless there is a specialty trade required.
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FYI - According to Wayne Twp, NJ (were the job is) there is no licensing or registration for commercial masonry. I have to call the guy who replied to my question and just check on contract requirements now.
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When you write "commercial," it's not 100% clear if you mean public as well as private, as opposed to the commercial/residential split that is the first thing I'd think of if asked your question. You ordinarily wouldn't need a licnse in an unregulated trade for private commercial work, but if you're going after public jobs, too, you'll need to register with the Department of Labor and Workforce Development of the State of New Jersey under "The Public Works Contractor Registration Act" (34:11 56.48 et seq.) Advance registration is legally required for contractors and subcontractors who work or bid on public jobs. For 100 percent State funded projects, bidders must be registered at the time of bid. For Federally funded projects, the bidder must be registered prior to execution of the contract. Registration is the beginning of the public work qualification process. Check with counsel for further guidance.
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