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VA Residential Building Contractor (2020-03-06)
18 VAC 50-22-20 of the Board for Contractors Rules and Regulations defines Building Contractors (Abbr: BLD) as those individuals whose contracts include “construction on real property owned, controlled or leased by another person of commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental, residential (single-family, two - family, or multi-family) and accessory use buildings or structures.” This includes the remodeling, repair, improvement or demolition of these buildings and structures. If the BLD contractor performs specialty services, all required specialty designations shall be obtained. The building classification includes but is not limited to the functions carried out by the following specialties:
Billboard/Sign Contracting (BSC)
Concrete Contracting (CEM)
Commercial Improvement Contracting (CIC)
Farm Improvement Contracting (FIC)
Home Improvement Contracting (HIC)
Landscape Service Contracting (LSC)
Marine Facility Contracting (MCC)
Masonry Contracting (BRK)
Industrialized Building Contracting (IBC)
Painting and Wallcovering Contracting (PTC)
Recreational Facility Contracting (RFC)
Roofing Contracting (ROC)
Swimming Pool Construction Contracting (POL)
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Minimum Passing Score of 70%
Time Allowed - 160 Minutes
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Publication Year: 2012
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Part 1 focuses on business planning and start up. This section will help you formulate a business plan, choose a business structure, understand licensing and insurance requirements and gain basic management and marketing skills.
Part 2 is centered on fundamentals that you will need to operate a successful construction business. This section will cover estimating, contract management, scheduling, project management, safety and environmental responsibilities, and building good relationships with employees, subcontractors, and customers.
Part 3 gives you valuable information for running the administrative function of your business. Financial management, tax basics, and lien laws are covered. Effective management of these areas of business is vital and can cause you serious problems if you do not give them the proper attention.
Step-by-step, easy-to-follow guidelines for setting up and maintaining records for your building business. This practical guide explains all accounting methods builder's typically use, and shows how to meet state and federal accounting requirements. Recommended reading for many state contractor's exams and each chapter ends with a set of test questions.
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Construction Contracting, the industry's leading professional reference for five decades, has been updated to reflect current practices, business methods, management techniques, codes, and regulations. A cornerstone of the construction library, this text presents the hard-to-find information essential to successfully managing a construction company, applicable to building, heavy civil, high-tech, and industrial construction endeavors alike. A wealth of coverage on the basics of owning a construction business provides readers with a useful "checkup" on the state of their company, and in-depth exploration of the logistics, scheduling, administration, and legal aspects relevant to construction provide valuable guidance on important facets of the business operations. This updated edition contains new coverage of modern delivery methods, technology, and project management.
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All 29 CFR 1926 regulations for construction industry are included along with the following items:
29 CFR 1903 regulations covering inspections, citations, and penalties
29 CFR 1904 regulations covering recording and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses
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