LSLBC Statute R.S. 37:2161 defines construction management as: A. (1) Any person who performs, attempts to perform, or submits a price, bid or offer to perform work in construction management whose scope of authority and responsibility include supervision, oversight, direction, or in any manner assumes charge for the construction services provided to an owner by … Continued
General Licensing Questions
If you are just furnishing material or equipment, you are considered a manufacturer or supplier, and no license is required. Under normal circumstances, a supplier can ship the product to a jobsite with no further involvement on the project. However, if you bid to furnish and install, even if you plan to hire a licensed … Continued
A subcontractor who wishes to bid or perform commercial work where the total cost of the project including labor and materials for the following must be licensed with this Board: $50,000 or more for major and specialty classifications $10,000 or more for electrical, mechanical, and plumbing $1 or more for hazardous A subcontractor who wishes … Continued
LSLBC Statute R.S. 37:2162 regarding Joint Ventures: When two or more persons bid, contract, or perform construction work as a joint venture on any project for which a contractor’s license is required, the joint venture is required to be properly licensed by the board at the time of bid, contract, and performance of work in … Continued
There are no provisions in the Louisiana Contractor’s License Law to allow for a “temporary” license
A contractor’s license or registration is required before you can bid, contract, or perform work. Click HERE for additional information about each type of license/registration.
Licenses/Registrations are issued once all requirements are met by the applicant.
The license belongs to the licensee, as: a corporate license belongs to the corporation; a partnership license belongs to the partnership; a limited liability company license belongs to the limited liability company, etc.; and an individual license belongs to the individual, regardless of the status of the qualifying party of the entity.