In the not so distant past the CSLB considered a C-1 license classification, but it never came to pass. Well, it looks like their considering a remodel license again.
I think this is GREAT news!! With the CSLB being so heavy handed over the last months when it comes to acceptable B-General contractors experience, a new trade classification that eliminates the need for framing experience would be awesome! Hopefully, if this new trade comes to fruition, the CSLB will also eliminate the need for permits.
The reality is, that the CSLB seems to overlook or is unaware of, many projects never get permits pulled. For whatever reason. But the CSLB thinks that every job ever done that is structural in nature has a permit associated with it. Maybe I live in a bubble, or they do, or maybe my reality is different than theirs, I don’t know, but a “permit free” license classification would be a HUGE boost for the construction industry!
If you’d like to attend the meeting… You know I’ll be there!! … the meeting notice is below.
Stakeholder Meeting: Consideration of a C-License
Classification for Remodel Work
Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 1:30 PM
9821 Business Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95827
First Floor Hearing Room
Conference Line Information
Call: (855) 797-9485 or (415) 655-0002
Meeting Number/Access Code: 924 483 882
- Welcome and introductions
- Discuss need for new license classification
a. Internal experience analysis
b. Licensing workshops polling
c. Accept comment on other available data & public comment
This meeting is open to the public and accessible to the physically disabled. A person who needs a disability-related accommodation or modification to participate in the meeting may make a request by contacting Phyliz Jones at (916) 255-4000 or sending a written request to that person at the California Contractors State License Board, 9821 Business Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95827. Providing your request at least five (5) business days before the meeting will help ensure availability of the requested accommodation.
What are your thoughts on a CSLB Remodel License?