I have no experience in the contraction field i only have a carpentry career diploma from ashworth university.How can i get a general contractor license with just a career diploma from ashworth.Or do you people know of any other way i can start working on my own with the carpentry career...
Licensed General Contractor looking for an opportunity in North Dakota. We are a national general contractor that is licensed and able to work in 43 states. Have traveling crews that could mobilize immediately. Can undertake any commercial or residential scope of work. If interested, call...
Well I have been a member for a little over two years,
I didn't know about the blog.
I just seen it today, when checking e-mails and caught the newsletter I get on occasion.
Some good info here though, no doubt...
I'm sure we all have seen house after house with the corner beads busting loose. :sad:
My solution, I always tape my corner beads.
This weeks project is drywall, I'll add pics of my progress. :thumbsup:
Not a real elaberate job, just trying to give it a face lift.
110+ year old...
Hi everyone, im still thrilled to be part of contractor talk.com. Im in general building and also civil work. Im an emerging contractor who still looking for opportunities out there. And working very hard to learn about the field and the entire business:thumbup:
Hello everybody Im new here, Im a general B contractor based in vacaville california which is located between san fransico and sacramento.We specialize in home remodeling, interior and exterior painting, electrical, plumbing and carpentry. If you have any questions let me just know.Bye.
I am a State of Florida Certified General Contractor looking for a position as a Qualifying Agent. I do not want to merely sign for permits. I would like an active role in the field or office. I am willing to travel, my license is good in the entire state of Florida
I currently an engineer working as a pm for a materials testing and special inspection firm and want to make a change to working for a GC. Does anyone have any advise I should keep in mind when doing so?