New Mexico General Contractor GB-2,GB-98 Residential and Commercial Builders

New Mexico General Contractors

New Mexico GB-98 Commercial Contractors License

GB-98 Commercial Contractor A GB-98 contractor may bid and contract as the prime contractor of a project that involves work authorized by the GB-98 license classification, regardless of the percentage of work in the mechanical/plumbing or electrical trades.The work outside the scope of the prime contractor’s license classification(s) must be subcontracted to an entity validly licensed in the appropriate classification(s).

New Mexico GB-2 Residential Contractors License

GB-2 Residential Contractor Requires two years experience. Erect, alter, repair or demolish homes, residences and apartment houses accommodating not in excess of four family units, Groups R-1 and R-3, as those groups are defined in 14.7.3 NMAC.May also bid and contract for items included in Group U, as defined in 14.7.3 NMAC, when incidental to these structures. Includes all work described by the GS specialty classifications, provided the work is limited to residential construction as defined under this provision.

New Mexico GB-2 and GB-98 Residential and Commercial Contractor

New Mexico GB-2 and GB-98 Part 1 and 2 Combo This license is for a contractor who performs contract work or activity relative to detached one-family and two-family residences and one-family townhouses less than four stories in height and their accessory buildings and structures.

New Mexico Business Law and Project Management

The New Mexico Business Law exam is required for all contractor licenses in New Mexico. It is a separate test based on the book Business Law and Project Management.