What is a licensed construction supervisor?
Any person supervising themselves or others while engaged in construction (usually a general contractor) must be licensed by the State Board of Building Regulations. That person must have at least three years experience in construction and pass an examination administered by the State. Only licensed construction supervisors can take out permits for work on another person’s property and that supervisor is responsible for Building Code compliance.

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1. Can a homeowner pull his own permit and hire an unlicensed and unregistered contractor?
2. What is a registered home improvement contractor?
3. What is a licensed construction supervisor?
4. When are construction projects inspected?
5. How much does a building permit cost?
6. What projects require building permits?
7. Who must review and approve building permits?
8. Are Building Department Records open to the public?
9. What is Zoning?