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Old 01-18-2018, 08:14 AM   #21
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I know NC is a long way from NJ but here is an excerpt of NC General Statute 87-43

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In each separate place of business operated by an electrical contractor at least one listed qualified individual shall be regularly on active duty and shall have the specific duty and authority to supervise and direct all electrical wiring or electrical installation work done or made by such separate place of business. Every person, partnership, firm or corporation engaging in the business of electrical contracting shall display a current certificate of license in his principal place of business and in each branch place of business which he operates.

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Old 01-18-2018, 08:22 AM   #22
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It's not unusual to have a 100 man shop with a dozen active jobs and a few service trucks.
It certianly be very practical to hire a superintendent or two if I understand your post.
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It's not unusual to have a 100 man shop with a dozen active jobs and a few service trucks.
It certianly be very practical to hire a superintendent or two if I understand your post.
What the NC Statute is refering to is having a state licensed qualifier in the office at the times of operations. Some areas have journeyman to apprentice ratios over and above the state licensing laws such as Asheville, it's 1 to 2 there but that pertains to onsite crews.

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What the NC Statute is refering to is having a state licensed qualifier in the office at the times of operations. Some areas have journeyman to apprentice ratios over and above the state licensing laws such as Asheville, it's 1 to 2 there but that pertains to onsite crews.

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Must be nice to have some rules regarding field ratios or licensing.
What happen to ours?
Who was responsible for all of that?
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Must be nice to have some rules regarding field ratios or licensing.
What happen to ours?
Who was responsible for all of that?
We've got none of that. That's why most ECs literally use laborers to do new construction and the ones who do well they will have do installation work.
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We've got none of that. That's why most ECs literally use laborers to do new construction and the ones who do well they will have do installation work.
Its been like that here for quite a while.
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We've got none of that. That's why most ECs literally use laborers to do new construction and the ones who do well they will have do installation work.
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Im just about retiring for good and I consider not renewing my NJ electrical license UNLESS: Does anyone know a company that wants to do electrical work in the state and needs a license. They may hire me as consultant to keep things legal. Any input is greatly appreciated
I would be interested in chatting with you. Do you mind messaging me
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Holding an electrical license without your business permit in effect is easy since you only need 10 CEUs every cycle and you don't have to have insurance or a bond.

And that also requires the person to actually be local, not 1000 miles away.
I appreciate your valuable input Hack. I didnt know you still need 10 Hrs every cycle to keep your license. I thought you put it on hold and need to take the last 35 Hr to make it active
The 1000 miles make no difference since I use my personal jet to commute lol
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