Accreditation and Licensing
We’re privileged to have worked with various Government agencies to shape a better future in each respective community. Public projects are more regulated, require certain licenses and accreditations, and demand a higher degree of expertise.
CALTEC℠ operates under the following accreditations and licensing:
|Department of Consumer Affairs Contractor License Number||852623|
|CSLB Primary Classification||B|
|CSLB Secondary Classification||A|
|Department of Industrial Relations – Registration Number||1000002496|
|Department of General Services – Small Business Number||1168780|
|Export-Controlled Information Access||Yes|
|NAICS Code||NAICS Description|
|236115||New Single-Family Housing Construction (except For-Sale Builders)|
|236116||New Multifamily Housing Construction (except For-Sale Builders)|
|236117||New Housing For-Sale Builders|
|236210||Industrial Building Construction (Secondary)|
|236220||Commercial and Institutional Building Construction (Primary)|
|238110||Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors|
|238120||Structural Steel and Precast Concrete Contractors|
|238150||Glass and Glazing Contractors|
|238190||Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors|
|238210||Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors|
|238220||Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors|
|238290||Other Building Equipment Contractors|
|238310||Drywall and Insulation Contractors|
|238320||Painting and Wall Covering Contractors|
|238340||Tile and Terrazzo Contractors|
|238350||Finish Carpentry Contractors|
|238390||Other Building Finishing Contractors|
|561790||Other Services to Buildings and Dwellings|
|561990||All Other Support Services|
|624230||Emergency and Other Relief Services|
In addition to carrying the necessary classifications, some public agencies require that General Contractors are Pre-Qualified prior to participating in any bids. CALTEC℠ has Pre-Qualified for a various number of agencies and this number changes on an annual basis.
However, many states, but not all, require contractors to be licensed and/or bonded.
Check with your local building department or consumer protection agency to find out about licensing requirements in your area. Licensing can range from simple registration to a detailed qualification process. If your state or locality has licensing laws, make sure the contractor’s license is current. Source: Federal Trade Commission.