Contractors State License Board

The information you receive from this database is current and only includes contractor information. Staff” means one or many staff(s) that the Contractor employs as its employee and then assigns to perform task service hereunder, for the interests of the Hirer, in kinds of works that does not form a parts in production process nor activities within the scope of responsibility of the Hirer.

Ê In any action brought to enforce the rights or obligations set forth in this subsection, the trier of fact may award reasonable attorney’s fees to the prime contractor and his or her lower-tiered subcontractors and suppliers or, if the trier of fact determines that the prime contractor stopped work or terminated the agreement without a reasonable basis in law or fact, the trier of fact may award reasonable attorney’s fees and costs, including court and arbitration costs, to the owner.Contractor

Integrated building systems” (IBS) or Voice/Data/Video” (VDV) electrical contractors work primarily with low-voltage installations, including back-up power, climate controls, wireless networks, energy-efficient lighting, telecommunications, fiber optics, and security systems.

If a member of the Board becomes aware that any one or a combination of the grounds for initiating disciplinary action may exist as to a contractor in this State, the member of the Board may inform the Executive Officer of the Board of the allegations.Contractor

NRS 624.3015 Acting beyond scope of license; bidding on work in excess of limit or beyond scope of license; contracting with unlicensed contractor; constructing or repairing mobile home, manufactured home, manufactured building or commercial coach or factory-built housing; engaging in work that requires license while license is inactive.Contractor