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State-by-State Guide to Architect, Engineer, and Contractor Licensing, Second Edition

By Stephen G. Walker
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Failure to comply with state licensing laws could derail a construction, engineering or architecture project and even put licenses and payments in jeopardy. Don't take the risk. Turn to the resource that provides comprehensive guidance on the architecture, engineering and contractor license laws for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. State by State Guide to Architect, Engineer, and Contractor Licensing, Second Edition gathers all of the vital information you need in one convenient source to help you develop a cost-effective compliance strategy.

With State-by-State Guide to Architect, Engineer, and Contractor Licensing, Second Edition, practitioners will be prepared to handle virtually any state licensing question including

  • Is a license required for the design or construction work that is going to be performed
  • Is a license required before the bid or proposal is submitted?
  • What are the special licensing requirements for partnerships? For corporations?
  • Is a seal for stamping drawings required of design professionals? If so, which design documents must be stamped?
  • Is a license necessary when bidding for work?
  • Who in the organization must stamp these documents?
  • What are the penalties if the license is not received on time?
  • If an agent is managing the construction for an owner, must he obtain a license?

 

Last Updated 11/17/2016
Update Frequency Updated annually
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
SKU 10045080-7777
Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION: STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH MULTISTATE REGULATORY, TAX, AND LICENSING REQUIREMENTS - Stephen G. Walker

  • § 1.1 General Considerations
  • § 1.2 Nonlicensing Issues That Can Apply to Any Business
  • § 1.3 Corporate Registration
  • § 1.4 State and Local Taxes
  • § 1.5 Labor and Insurance Requirements
  • § 1.6 Licensing Strategy
  • § 1.7 License to Bid
  • § 1.8 Incidental Practice
  • § 1.9 Corporate and Partnership Practice
  • § 1.10 —Practice Prohibited
  • § 1.11 —Practice Limited
  • § 1.12 —Qualifying Individual
  • § 1.13 —Restrictions on Firm Name
  • § 1.14 Stamping of Drawings
  • § 1.15 Design-Build Services
  • § 1.16 Construction Management
  • § 1.17 Consequences of Noncompliance

CHAPTER 2. FEDERAL LICENSING REQUIREMENTS - Daniel E. Toomey, Laurie B. Goon

  • § 2.1 Introduction to Federal Licensing Requirements for Architect-Engineer and Construction Professionals
  • § 2.2 Effect of State and Local Licensing Requirements
  • § 2.3 Architecture and Engineering Services Defined
  • § 2.4 Construction Defined
  • § 2.5 General Acquisition Policy for Architect-Engineers
  • § 2.6 General Acquisition Policy for Construction Contractors
  • § 2.7 Licensing Requirements for Architects and Engineers
  • § 2.8 Licensing for Construction
  • § 2.9 General Selection Criteria
  • § 2.10 Evaluation of Construction Contractors
  • § 2.11 Evaluation of Architect-Engineer Contracts
  • § 2.12 Contractor Past Performance Evaluations
  • § 2.13 Liability
  • § 2.14 Violations
  • § 2.15 Design-Build Contracts
  • § 2.16 General Acquisition Policy for Design-Build Contracts
  • § 2.17 Licensing for Design-Build
  • § 2.18 Design-Build Contracts Bid Protests
  • § 2.19 Construction Management
  • § 2.20 Conclusion

CHAPTERS 3 - 53 cover all Fifty States plus DC individually, with the following specific chapter headings:

  • Architect Licensing Law
  • Engineer Licensing Law
  • Contractor Licensing Law
  • Design-Build/Construction Management

CHAPTER 3. ALABAMA - Arlan D. Lewis, Vesselin B. Petrov

CHAPTER 4. ALASKA - James F. Nagle, Jessy Vasquez

CHAPTER 5. ARIZONA - James L. Csontos, Christopher R. Stovall

CHAPTER 6. ARKANSAS - John Dewey Watson, Gregory L. Crow

CHAPTER 7. CALIFORNIA - Michael T. McKeeman

CHAPTER 8. COLORADO - Karl A. Berg, Jr.

CHAPTER 9. CONNECTICUT - Louis R. Pepe, Gary F. Sheldon

CHAPTER 10. DELAWARE - Robert J. Krapf, Frederick L. Cottrell III, Sara T. Toner, J. Whitney Scudder

CHAPTER 11. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - Lori Ann Lange, Nick R. Hoogstraten

CHAPTER 12. FLORIDA - Patricia H. Thompson

CHAPTER 13. GEORGIA - George Anthony (“Tony”) Smith

CHAPTER 14. HAWAII - Kenneth R. Kupchak, Anna H. Oshiro, Matthew T. Evans

CHAPTER 15. IDAHO - Joseph N. Pirtle, Matthew L. Walters, Jaclyn T. Hovda

CHAPTER 16. ILLINOIS - Robert J. Harris, Carl L. Popovsky

CHAPTER 17. INDIANA - Terrence L. Brookie, Amanda J. Albrecht

CHAPTER 18. IOWA - Kevin J. Caster

CHAPTER 19. KANSAS - G. Edgar James, Ryan M. Manies

CHAPTER 20. KENTUCKY - Gerald L. Stovall, P.E., Esq

CHAPTER 21. LOUISIANA - Harvey C. Koch, Ashley L. Belleau

CHAPTER 22. MAINE - Jotham D. Pierce, Jr., Gavin G. McCarthy, Benjamin W. Jenkins

CHAPTER 23. MARYLAND - Michael P. O’Day

CHAPTER 24. MASSACHUSETTS - James J. Myers, Michael B. Donahue

CHAPTER 25. MICHIGAN - John M. Sier

CHAPTER 26. MINNESOTA - Stephen A. Melcher

CHAPTER 27. MISSISSIPPI - Ralph B. Germany, Jr.

CHAPTER 28. MISSOURI - Mark A. Menghini, Eugene F. Tucker II

CHAPTER 29. MONTANA - Lisa A. Banick

CHAPTER 30. NEBRASKA - Craig C. Dirrim, Erin L. Ebeler, Edward H. Tricker

CHAPTER 31. NEVADA - David R. Johnson

CHAPTER 32. NEW HAMPSHIRE - Rodney L. Stark

CHAPTER 33. NEW JERSEY - Charles F. Kenny, David H. Sloves

CHAPTER 34. NEW MEXICO - David W. Peterson, Charles A. Pharris

CHAPTER 35. NEW YORK - Robert A. Rubin, Sarah B. Biser

CHAPTER 36. NORTH CAROLINA - R. Harper Heckman, David A. Senter

CHAPTER 37. NORTH DAKOTA - Eric R. Heiberg, Mark J. Heley

CHAPTER 38. OHIO - Michael W. Currie, Laura A. Hauser

CHAPTER 39. OKLAHOMA - Chris L. Rhodes, Theresa N. Hill

CHAPTER 40. OREGON - Lee Aronson

CHAPTER 41. PENNSYLVANIA - Joseph H. Bucci

CHAPTER 42. RHODE ISLAND - John E. Bulman, R. Thomas Dunn

CHAPTER 43. SOUTH CAROLINA - Lawrence C. Melton

CHAPTER 44. SOUTH DAKOTA - Anthony L. Osborn

CHAPTER 45. TENNESSEE - John A. Lucas, Timothy F. Zitzman

CHAPTER 46. TEXAS - Michael F. Albers, Michael Cortez

CHAPTER 47. UTAH - Roger D. Henriksen

CHAPTER 48. VERMONT - William Alexander Fead

CHAPTER 49. VIRGINIA - Jennifer A. Mahar, Briin J. Vella

CHAPTER 50. WASHINGTON - James F. Nagle, Jessy Vasquez

CHAPTER 51. WEST VIRGINIA - James R. Snyder, Vivian H. Basdekis

CHAPTER 52. WISCONSIN - Steven J. Slawinski

CHAPTER 53. WYOMING - Matt J. Kelly

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