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I have a question in regards to the experience portion required for the application.

The company I worked for has GC licenses in both Alabama and Mississippi specifically for preforming one type of work, EIFS/Stucco, they are based out of GA but are not a licensed contractor here in this state. They are in residential and commercial construction and are in the EIFS/Stucco/CMU trades. I worked out of state on residential/commercial projects for them in Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.

Will the experience working for this company qualify for the application for both the residential contractor application as well as the residential/light commercial contractor application?
 

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So when applying for a RLC in Georgia you will be attesting to the ability to build structures from the ground up as the prime contractor. A specialty license would not allow you to have gained that experience.

Just a question, did you ever do work in KY or TX, or anywhere else?
 
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