A “building contractor” means a contractor whose services are limited to the construction of commercial buildings and single-dwelling or multiple-dwelling residential buildings.
These buildings cannot exceed three stories in height. A building contractor may also construct the “accessory use structures” in connection with these buildings. An accessory use structure would be a garage, guest house, garden shed, or other outbuildings. A building contractor is also a contractor whose services are limited to remodeling, repair, or improvement of any size building – if the services do not affect the structural elements of the building.
- Business & Finance
- General Contractor Trade Knowledge
- In-Class/In Person weekend Work shops
- Livestream weekday evening online webinars
- Unlimited access to In-class workshops and online webinars for ONE year
- Virtual classrooms & Practice Exams
Program Tuition and Schedule
It is advisable that all the students have bought the books and book tabs from here as the instructions would follow the tabs. Books can be ordered by emailing email@example.com.
Certificate of Completion Awarded after attending all course dates, and completing all assigned coursework and in-class activities.