Accreditation and Licensing

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 Number852623
CSLB Primary ClassificationB
CSLB Secondary ClassificationA
Department of Industrial Relations – Registration Number1000002496
Department of General Services – Small Business Number1168780
Export-Controlled Information AccessYes
NAICS CodeNAICS Description
236115New Single-Family Housing Construction (except For-Sale Builders)
236116New Multifamily Housing Construction (except For-Sale Builders)
236117New Housing For-Sale Builders
236118Residential Remodelers
236210Industrial Building Construction (Secondary)
236220Commercial and Institutional Building Construction (Primary)
238110Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors
238120Structural Steel and Precast Concrete Contractors
238130Framing Contractors
238140Masonry Contractors
238150Glass and Glazing Contractors
238160Roofing Contractors
238170Siding Contractors
238190Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors
238210Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors
238220Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors
238290Other Building Equipment Contractors
238310Drywall and Insulation Contractors
238320Painting and Wall Covering Contractors
238330Flooring Contractors
238340Tile and Terrazzo Contractors
238350Finish Carpentry Contractors
238390Other Building Finishing Contractors
561790Other Services to Buildings and Dwellings
561990All Other Support Services
624230Emergency 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.

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