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Old 12-28-2018, 04:48 PM   #1
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i am licensed in nj,nc,sc,fla,la, georgia, al, texas 35 years in business with msa
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Old 12-28-2018, 04:55 PM   #2
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I don't think this is going to go like you thought it would.
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I'm just a poe country boy trying to figure out what I might be interested in. Somebody, anybody ?
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I don't think this is going to go like you thought it would.
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Is he mimicking me @HackWork ? I can't tell cause he's a man of very few words.
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If OP is who I think he might be, he's retired and looking to make use of his licenses by way of qualifying a company in any of those states.
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If OP is who I think he might be, he's retired and looking to make use of his licenses by way of qualifying a company in any of those states.
Which means he won't actively be taking part in the running of those companies and overseeing the work, most likely qualifying laborers to work as electrician.

Solar companies use guys like him here, and the term "unskilled laborers" is actually flattering for those guys.
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OOOOH, I see. (To many words @HackWork ?)
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i am licensed in nj,nc,sc,fla,la, georgia, al, texas 35 years in business with msa
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How do you sit in front of the ECLB in Florida and explain to them how you intend to supervise and be financially responsible for the actions of every person in the shop?
Does your nose grow?
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You guys do realize that all the big multi state EC's handle business this way, right? The qualifiers all work in a high rise somewhere, while the 500+ electricians run the roads all over America. They probably have hundreds of small - medium jobs that get started and finished each month. No way half of that stuff gets checked by anybody.

The guys with the licenses rarely (if ever) meet any of the guys doing the work.
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What the h**l is this thread about?
I feel like I have dementia right now....but it can't be...it's first thing
in the morning .
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Every state has different rules your best bet is to hire a lawyer to determine the legality of doing this.
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I filed for an electrical permit for a kitchen remodel in a condo.
The GC decided to do some demo work ahead of the permit issue to collect some money.
They get challenged by the condo commando board.
No permit. They get kicked of of the site.
Owner gets a fine from the condo board, doesn't understand the process, fires the GC, wants their money back.
GC wont return the money.
The owner files a complaint with the state.

Understand that a kitchen remodel doesn't require a GC permit when they call it a "cabinet replacement", the electrical is the "prime" contractor, a plumber can pull a permit under the prime if there are plans, or submit their own plan and pull a separate permit.

I had to meet with the board and admit that I was not supervising a job the GC started ahead of the electrical permit being issued.
I did not have a contract with the owner, I was hired by the GC.
The job was not scheduled to start. I didn't have a permit.

The boards finding was that I was working without a required permit.
$1,500 fine and if ever caught working without a permit again, they will suspend my license.
This was my first offence since having a contractors license since 1994.
2 days lost work plus hotel and per diem and the fine for a job I didn't have a contract for, or collect a penny from.

The GC reimbursed me for my time and expenses.
That was the last condo job for me and the last job for that con artist GC.
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i am licensed in nj,nc,sc,fla,la, georgia, al, texas 35 years in business with msa
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Electrical company needs qualifier for Florida. our qualifier pasted away. 904-829-4000
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Electrical company needs qualifier for Florida. our qualifier pasted away. 904-829-4000
We have a classified section on the forum.
https://www.electriciantalk.com/f73/

This would be a very good place to advertise the job opening.
Good luck in finding the right guy.
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Posted my profile, would like to talk with you 904-829-4000 my cell.
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