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Licensing board for residential and general contractors

Licensing board for residential and general contractors

Press Release

Macon, Ga.—The Georgia State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors held its meeting via conference call on Wednesday, April 7, 2010.

 

The Board voted to ratify the issuance of 83 residential basic licenses, 72 residential-light licenses, and 122 general contractor licenses.

 

The Board voted to deny one general contractor license.

 

The Board ratified the acceptance of the following voluntary cease and desist orders for unlicensed practice:

  • Raimond Briceno, Atlanta
  • Royce Pickle, Colquitt
  • Levi Hill dba All Purpose Enterprise, Griffin
  • Roberto Flores, McDonough

 

The Board ratified the acceptance of the following public consent order for probationary licensure:

  • Vernon Hugh Sanders, II, Washington

 

The Board voted to repost the following amended Board rules:

  • Rule 553-4-.01 Licensure Requirements for an Individual to Practice as a General Contractor in the Individual's Own Name or Doing Business as an Individual in a Trade Name or as a Sole Proprietorship. The purpose of this rule amendment is to suspend the requirement of a line of credit, to add "compilation" to net worth requirement and to accommodate the outsourcing of the exam.
  • Rule 553-4-.02 Licensure Requirements for an Individual Acting as a Qualifying Agent for a Business Organization Seeking to Engage in the Profession of General Contracting in the Name of the Business Organization. The purpose of this rule amendment is to suspend the requirement of a line of credit, to add "compilation" to net worth requirement and to accommodate the outsourcing of the exam.

 

The Board voted to post the following amended rules:

  • Rule 553-4-.05 Licensure Requirements for an Individual to Practice as a General Contractor in the Individual's Own Name or Doing Business as an Individual in a Trade Name or as a Sole Proprietorship-General Contractor Limited Tier. Amended. The purpose of this rule amendment is to accommodate the outsourcing of the exam.
  • Rule 553-4-.06 Licensure Requirements for an Individual Acting as a Qualifying Agent for a Business Organization Seeking to Engage in the Profession of General Contracting in the Name of the Business Organization-General Contractor Limited Tier. Amended. The purpose of this rule amendment is to accommodate the outsourcing of the exam. 

 

The Georgia State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, May 5, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. at the Professional Licensing Boards Division office in Macon.

 

Source:Director of Media Relations

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