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Contractor Campus GUARANTEES your success!No-Pass No-Pay. Start studying today! Email with ID and Password will be sent upon enrolment. Training includes VIDEOS, PRACTICE QUESTIONS (similar to those seen on the actual exams), typical MATH PROBLEMS with step-by-step solutions, and detailed instructions on how to FIND ANSWERS within the books. Optional Refresher-Seminars are held in Orlando, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and Fort Myers.

Florida General Contractor License

 

A Florida General Contractor’s License allows a contractor to build, repair, or remodel any type of building, regardless of use or number of stories. General Contractors in Florida can directly engage in the construction of every component of the building structure (i.e. Concrete, Structural Steel, Framing, Painting, Tile, etc.) except the major specialty trades like Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, and Roofing. A General Contractor must subcontract this type of work to licensed contractors in those trades. A General Contractor can remodel or build any structure in Florida, whether it is used for residential or commercial purposes. When a General Contractor submits a permit application for the construction of a new building, he/she must include the license information of the Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical (A/C), and other specialty contractors who will be involved in the project as Sub-Contractors. These specialty contractors are typically paid by and report to the General Contractor (Prime Contractor).


Although the construction of residential properties in Florida only requires the use of a Residential Contractor’s License, home builders in Florida often obtain the General Contractor’s license to keep their options open if any commercial construction opportunities arise.


A General Contractor’s License is not a good alternative for those contractors engaging in a single construction trade or activity like painting or tile. To use the painting trade as an example, if a Painting Contractor in Florida does exclusively painting work and does not have a need to be licensed in multiple trades, it does not make sense for him/her to obtain a General Contractor’s License and should look for a better licensing alternative. On the other hand, if a contractor is experienced enough in construction and does wish to work across multiple construction trades, the General Contractor License is the answer.


Below are some of the requirements needed to become a licensed General Contractor in the State of Florida:


AGE: Must be at least 18 years of age.


EXAMINATION: Must take and pass the state certification examinations (Contract Administration, Project Management, and Business). Please note that the application process cannot be started until the exams are taken and passing scores are obtained.


EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION: A person will qualify for a Certified General Contractor’s license by meeting one of the following requirements:
1. Four-year construction-related degree from an accredited college (equivalent to three years’ experience) and one year proven experience applicable to the category for which you are applying.
2. One year experience as a foreman and not less than three years of credits from accredited college-level courses.
3. One year experience as a worker, one-year experience as a foreman, and two years of credits from accredited college-level courses.
4. Two years’ experience as a worker, one year experience as a foreman, and one year of credits from accredited college-level courses.
5. Four years’ experience as a worker or foreman of which at least one year must have been as a foreman.
6. Be a certified residential or building contractor holding an active current license for a minimum of 4 years.


Applicants for a Certified General Contractor License must have experience in four or more of the experience areas listed below AND must provide at least one year of experience in the construction of structures at least four stories in height.

Florida General Contractor Employees Constructing a Multi-Story Building
Florida General Contractor working on the structural components of a high-rise building


a. Foundation/Slabs greater than 20,000 sqft.
b. Masonry walls
c. Steel erection
d. Precast concrete structures
e. Column erection
f. Formwork for structural reinforced concrete
g. Elevated slabs


FINANCIAL/CREDIT: Applicants will need to provide proof of financial stability and responsibility by submitting personal credit reports. Credit reports must include a FICO derived credit score and indicate that local, state and federal records have been searched. Credit report containing a credit score (FICO derived) on applicant from a nationally recognized credit reporting agency, which includes a public records statement that records have been checked at local, state, and federal levels. If credit score is below 660 (FICO derived) applicant must submit a bond or irrevocable letter of credit. Note that Fifty percent (50%) of the bond or letter of credit requirement may be met by completion of a 14-hour financial responsibility course.


FINGERPRINTS: An applicant must have a background check as part of the licensing process.


INSURANCE: Applicants are required to attest that they have obtained public liability and property damage insurance in the amounts determined by Board rule. Applicants are also required to obtain workers compensation insurance or obtain an exemption from worker’s compensation insurance within 30 days of issuance of their license.
To download the different application forms related to the General Contractor’s License, you may visit the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board’s site.
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Exams

Do not sign up to take your exams until you obtain your books and begin studying for them!

 
 

General Contract Administration Exam

 
  Types of Questions: Multiple Choice  
  Testing Method: Open book  
  Number of questions: 60  
  Subjects Involved:
- Pre-construction Activities
- Project Contracts
- Obtaining Licenses, Permits and Approvals
-Construction Procedures and Operations
 
 

General Project Management Exam

 
  Types of Questions: Multiple Choice  
  Testing Method: Open book  
  Number of questions: 60  
  Subjects Involved:
- Construction Methods, Materials, Tools, and Equipment
- Safety
- Reading Plans and Specifications
 
 

Business and Finance Exam

 
  Types of Questions: Multiple Choice  
  Testing Method: Open book  
  Number of questions: 120  
  Subjects Involved:
- Establishing the Contracting Business
- Managing Administrative Duties
- Managing Trade Operations
- Conducting Accounting Functions
- Managing Human Resources
- Complying with Government Regulations
 
 

Florida General Contractor Classes

You can take General Contractor Classes in Tampa, Fort Myers, Orlando, Miami, or Online. You can sign up for your classes at any time and receive access to lecture videos, practice questions, tabbing and highlighting instructions, as well as to step-by-step explanations on how to solve typical General Contractor Exam Problems. The General Contractor Classes prepare you for the trade and business exams. Florida has two tests for trade, one is called Contract Administration and the other is called Project Management. The trade exams can only be taken 6 times per year (Florida General Contractor Testing Schedule). You must pass all exams before applying for the General Contractor’s License in Florida. To sign up for the Florida General Contractor classes, simply click on the "enroll" button below and checkout; this will allow you to receive immediate access to the Florida General Contractor Classes online, and will also enable you to attend in-person Exam Prep classes. All students have access to both online and in-person classes for an unlimited amount of time (until passing all the Florida General Contractor exams needed to get the GC license!). The in-person classes are not mandatory and can be taken at the student's discretion. For a list of upcoming classes for the Florida General Contractor Exams click on the link within the course description below.

 
 

Florida General (Contract Administration) Contractor Course

Course Description: Upon enrolment the student receives an email containing his/her ID and Password combination to access the eCampus. The student can access the eCampus 24/7 for as long as it is necessary until he/she passes all licensing exams. The eCampus contains VIDEOS, PRACTICE QUESTIONS (similar to those seen on the actual exams), typical MATH PROBLEMS with step-by-step solutions, and detailed instructions on how to FIND ANSWERS within the books. The student also has access to optional in-person classroom-style refresher seminars. The training can be completed fully online, but if the student prefers, he/she can go to any number of REFRESHER SEMINARS (no extra charges or limitations).

Click here for a list of dates and locations of upcoming Refresher Seminars offered for this trade.

$299.50

 

Florida General (Project Management) Contractor Course

Course Description: Upon enrolment the student receives an email containing his/her ID and Password combination to access the eCampus. The student can access the eCampus 24/7 for as long as it is necessary until he/she passes all licensing exams. The eCampus contains VIDEOS, PRACTICE QUESTIONS (similar to those seen on the actual exams), typical MATH PROBLEMS with step-by-step solutions, and detailed instructions on how to FIND ANSWERS within the books. The student also has access to optional in-person classroom-style refresher seminars. The training can be completed fully online, but if the student prefers, he/she can go to any number of REFRESHER SEMINARS (no extra charges or limitations).

Click here for a list of dates and locations of upcoming Refresher Seminars offered for this trade.

$299.50

 

Florida Business and Finance (Construction) Course

Course Description: Upon enrolment the student receives an email containing his/her ID and Password combination to access the eCampus. The student can access the eCampus 24/7 for as long as it is necessary until he/she passes all licensing exams. The eCampus contains VIDEOS, PRACTICE QUESTIONS (similar to those seen on the actual exams), typical MATH PROBLEMS with step-by-step solutions, and detailed instructions on how to FIND ANSWERS within the books. The student also has access to optional in-person classroom-style refresher seminars. The training can be completed fully online, but if the student prefers, he/she can go to any number of REFRESHER SEMINARS (no extra charges or limitations).

Click here for a list of dates and locations of upcoming Refresher Seminars offered for this trade.

$299.00

 
 

Florida General Contractor Books Set

The books set includes all required references for both the General and Business and Finance exams. Orders placed before 2 PM are shipped the same day via UPS and a tracking number is emailed before 3 PM.
 
 

Complete Books Set without Tabs (Includes all books listed below)

$1,169.76

Complete Books Set with Tabs (Includes all books listed below)

$1,269.76
 
 

List of Books for the General Contractor Trade Exams (Contract Administration and Project Management)

A201, A401, A701, Builder's Guide to Accounting and Florida Contractors Manual are required for both the business and the trade exams.

 
 

A201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction
A201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction

Establishes the contractual relationship between the owner and the general contractor in a construction project. Read more >>

$29.99
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A401 Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor Subcontractor
A401 Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor Subcontractor

Establishes the contractual relationship between the Contractor and the Sub-Contractor in a construction project. Read more >>

$29.99
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A701, Instructions for Bidders
A701, Instructions for Bidders

This contract document is used when competitive bids are to be solicited for construction of the project. It also provides instructions on procedures, including bonding requirements for bidders to follow in preparing and submitting their bids. Read more >>

$24.70
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Builder's Guide to Accounting
Builder's Guide to Accounting

A step-by-step guide for setting up and maintaining records for a construction business. It is a practical, newly-revised guide to all accounting methods showing how to meet state and federal accounting requirements. Read more >>

$29.80
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Walker's Building Estimator's Reference Book
Building Estimator's Reference Book

This book is recognized worldwide as the authoritative source for comprehensive cost estimating information. It contains detailed construction cost data, reference tables, charts, and diagrams for quick reference plus detailed explanations of all possible variables affecting job costs. Product Dimensions: 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 1 7/8" Weight: 2.0 Lbs Publisher: Frank R. Walker Company Edition: 30th ISBN-10: 0911591288 ISBN-13: 9780911592283 Read more >>

$98.77
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OSHA CFR 29 1926 Construction Industry
CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926 (1903, 1904, 1910 excerpts)

In this text, specifically written for construction industry compliance, you will be able to find all the information needed to meet OSHA standards. In addition to a complete collection of Part 1926 regulations for the construction industry, the book also contains Part 1903 on Inspections, Citations, and Penalties; Part 1904 concerning Recording and Reporting Occupational Illnesses and Injuries; and relevant selections from Part 1910 for General Industry. Number of Pages: 566 Product Dimensions: 11 x 8 1/2 x 1 1/8 Weight: 2.8 Lbs Publisher: Mancomm ISBN-10: 1599595664 Read more >>

$39.90
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Florida Contractor's Manual
Florida Contractor's Manual

This book includes many of the aspects of operating a business related to the construction industry and shows everything there is to know about the proper way to file taxes; what insurance to carry; how to manage daily accounts, and how, when, and why to file a paperwork for a lien. It includes excerpts from the entire sections of Federal Codes, State Statutes, local ordinances, and the administrative rules related to all of the above. Product Dimensions: 12 x 10.2 x 3.8 inches; Weight: 9.2 pounds; Author: Multiple; Publisher: Associated Builders and Contractors Florida East Coast Chapter; Edition: 2013 Edition; ISBN-10: 9781232013; ISBN-13: 978-9781232015 Read more >>

$128.40
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Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures
Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures

This book talks about the properties of concrete as related to concrete construction, including strength and durability. All ingredients in different types of concrete are reviewed for their optimal use in designing and setting concrete mixtures. Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.4 x 0.7 inches, Number of Pages: 444 pages, Weight: 2.2 pounds, Author: M. L. Wilson , S. H. Kosmatka, Publisher: Portland Cement Association, Edition: 15th, ISBN-10: 0893122726, ISBN-13: 978-0893122720 Read more >>

$78.54
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Placing Reinforcing Bars
Placing Reinforcing Bars

Placing Reinforcing Bars is published by the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute and is primary re-bar reference for builders, designers, contractors, and apprentices. It is a detail-oriented publication great for learning, for double-checking on the soundness of one’s own installation procedures, and even for preparing for contractor license examinations. Product Dimensions: 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 3/4" Weight: 0.8 lbs Autor: Committee on Placing Reinforcing Bars Publisher: CRSI Edition: 9th Read more >>

$66.30
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Principles and Practices of Commercial Construction
Principles and Practices of Commercial Construction

Provides an overview of the methods, equipment, and materials used in the construction of large commercial buildings, making it an excellent source of general illustrated information. Number of Pages: 556 Product Dimensions: 11 1/8" x 8 3/4" x 1" Weight: 2.8 Lbs Autor: Andres,Cameron K; Smith, R.C. Publisher: Prentice Hall Edition: 9th ISBN-10: 0132495015 ISBN-13: 9780132495011 Read more >>

$142.20
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GA-216-2016: Application and Finishing of Gypsum Panel Products, 2016 Edition
Specifications for the Application and Finishing of Gypsum Panel Products, GA-216

This illustrated book gives recommendations for the proper installation and finishing of gypsum board, including related accessories, over a variety of substrates and framing. Application and Finishing of Gypsum Panel Products, GA-216, 2016 Edition. Gypsum Association, 9781557018922 810 First Street NE, #510, Washington, DC 20002. www.gypsum.org Number of Pages: 17 Product Dimensions: 11" x 8 1/2" x 1/8" Weight: 0.2 Lbs Read more >>

$38.40
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Energy Efficient Building Construction in Florida
Energy Efficient Building Construction in Florida

This is a useful handbook designed to provide up-to-date information for building energy efficient homes in the State of Florida. This book has very comprehensive details, including insulation, windows, lighting, air conditioning, and duct Systems. Number of Pages: 252 Product Dimensions: 11" x 9 1/4" x 7/8" Weight: 1.4 Lbs Publisher: University of Florida Edition: 7th ISBN-13: 9780985248703 Read more >>

$42.96
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Building Component Safety Information Handling, Installing and Bracing Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses, HIB-91
Building Component Safety Information Handling, Installing and Bracing Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses, HIB-91

It is a guide for jobsite safety and truss performance. It includes information regarding the handling, installation, restraining, and bracing of metal plate connected wood trusses. Number of Pages: 99 Product Dimensions: 11" x 9" x 3/4" Weight: 0.8 Lbs Also known as: Building Component Safety Information Guide for good practice for Handling, Installing and Bracing Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses Publisher: WTCA & Truss Plate Institute Edition: 2013 Read more >>

$15.60
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Florida Building Code Building
Florida Building Code - Building

The Florida Building Code is the most complete source of code standards and compliance information in the construction industry. It is arguably the single-most important book in the construction industry since it defines the standards with which construction products and installations must comply throughout the construction process. It is for this reason that the Florida Building Code is one of the most heavily-tested reference books in the Florida construction contractor licensing exams. Product Dimensions: 11 3/4" x 13" x 5 1/4" Weight: 8.6 Lbs Author: International Code Council Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning Edition: 2014 ISBN-10: 160983562X ISBN-13: 9781609835620 Read more >>

$119.47
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Florida Building Code Accessibility
Florida Building Code - Accessibility

The Florida Accessibility Code outlines the code requirements for compliance with the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) as it relates to the construction of public buildings and structures. Samples of its content includes specifications on the construction of handicapped-accessible restrooms, as well as requirements of the construction of wheel chair ramps. Product Dimensions: 11 3/4" x 11 1/4" x 2 1/2" Weight: 2.8 Lbs Author: International Code Council Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning Edition: 2014 Read more >>

$61.75
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Florida Building Code Residential
Florida Building Code - Residential

The Florida Residential Code is published by the International Code Council and is based on the International Code. It describes the code compliance requirements for the construction of residential structures in the State of Florida. Product Dimensions: 11 3/4" X 12 1/2" x 4" Weight: 7.8 lbs Author: International Code Council Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning Edition: 2014 ISBN-10: 1609835573 ISBN-13: 978-1609835576 Read more >>

$105.43
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Florida Building Code Existing Building
Florida Building Code - Existing Building

The Florida Existing Building Code is published by the International Code Council and has several real-life uses for contractors in Florida (besides its use for Contractor Licensing Testing or exam prep). It sets the standards for dealing with the remodeling of existing building structures. It also covers the precautions and requirements which contractors must follow in order to protect the integrity of historically valuable structures. Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 11.2 x 2.2 inches Weight: 3 Lbs Autor: International Code Council Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning Edition: 2014 ISBN-10: 1609835638 ISBN-13: 978-1609835637 Read more >>

$67.21
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Florida Building Code Energy Conservation
Florida Building Code- Energy Conservation

The Florida Energy Conservation Code is a statewide energy code based on the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), it is published by the International Code Council and it provides a standard code for the use of energy in new and existing buildings in the State of Florida. Product Dimensions: 11 3/4" x 11 1/4" x 2 1/2" Weight: 2.4 Lbs Author: International Code Council Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning Edition: 2014 Read more >>

$38.35
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List of Books for the Business and Finance Exam

A201, A401, A701, Builder's Guide to Accounting and Florida Contractors Manual are required for both the business and the trade exams.

 
 

Florida Contractor's Manual
Florida Contractor's Manual

This book includes many of the aspects of operating a business related to the construction industry and shows everything there is to know about the proper way to file taxes; what insurance to carry; how to manage daily accounts, and how, when, and why to file a paperwork for a lien. It includes excerpts from the entire sections of Federal Codes, State Statutes, local ordinances, and the administrative rules related to all of the above. Product Dimensions: 12 x 10.2 x 3.8 inches; Weight: 9.2 pounds; Author: Multiple; Publisher: Associated Builders and Contractors Florida East Coast Chapter; Edition: 2013 Edition; ISBN-10: 9781232013; ISBN-13: 978-9781232015 Read more >>

$128.40
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Florida Statutes Chapter 455
Florida Statutes Chapter 455

Chapter 455 of the Florida Statutes (Business and Professional Regulation: General Provisions) contains regulation directly impacting the licensing process of contractors in the State of Florida. It is not only an important source of information for contractors in their everyday practice, but it is also a very useful reference used for the business and finance exam for all Florida state-contractor examinations. It covers subjects like continuing education requirements, the composition of the construction board, and unlicensed activity. Number of Pages: 42, Product Dimensions: 11" x 8.5" x 1/4", Weight: 2 Lbs Read more >>

$12.00
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A201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction
A201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction

Establishes the contractual relationship between the owner and the general contractor in a construction project. Read more >>

$29.99
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A401 Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor Subcontractor
A401 Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor Subcontractor

Establishes the contractual relationship between the Contractor and the Sub-Contractor in a construction project. Read more >>

$29.99
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A701, Instructions for Bidders
A701, Instructions for Bidders

This contract document is used when competitive bids are to be solicited for construction of the project. It also provides instructions on procedures, including bonding requirements for bidders to follow in preparing and submitting their bids. Read more >>

$24.70
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Builder's Guide to Accounting
Builder's Guide to Accounting

A step-by-step guide for setting up and maintaining records for a construction business. It is a practical, newly-revised guide to all accounting methods showing how to meet state and federal accounting requirements. Read more >>

$29.80
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Contractor Campus has the lowest prices on reference books for the construction industry and we can prove it; below you can find a detailed list of the suppliers of the above-listed books. We guarantee that our books-set package for General Contractor is much less than what you would pay if you individually purchased each of these reference books from the different publishers. Furthermore, we will match any offer on legitimate new book-sets from any competitor.

A201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, 2007. The American Institute of Architects, PO Box 60, Williston, VT  05495. Or Florida Association of AIA, 104 East Jefferson St., Tallahassee, FL 32301. http://www.aiafla.org/Store_Contract-Documents.cfm

A401 Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor-Subcontractor, 2007.The American Institute of Architects, PO Box 60, Williston, VT  05495. Or Florida Association of AIA, 104 East Jefferson St., Tallahassee, FL 32301. http://www.aiafla.org/Store_Contract-Documents.cfm

A701 Instructions to Bidders, 1997.The American Institute of Architects, PO Box 60, Williston, VT  05495. Or Florida Association of AIA, 104 East Jefferson St., Tallahassee, FL 32301. http://www.aiafla.org/Store_Contract-Documents.cfm

Florida Statutes Chapter  455, 2015, Division of legislative information Services, Rm 704 Claude Pepper Building, 111 West Madison St, Tallahassee, FL 32399-1400, 800-342-1827. http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/Statutes/2015/Chapter455

Builder's Guide to Accounting Michael C. Thomsett, Copyright 2001. Craftsman Book Company, 6058 Corte del Cedro, Carlsbad, CA 92009.www.craftsman-book.com/

Building Estimator’s Reference Book Walker’s, 30th Edition, 2014. Frank R. Walker Company, PO Box 318, 1989 University Lane, Unit “C”, Lisle, IL 60532. www.frankrwalker.com

Code of Federal Regulations, (OSHA) 29 Part 1926 Publisher: 2014(Revised July 1, 2014) The Government Printing Office Bookstore, 100 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202. bookstore.gpo.gov(Ph 866.512.1800), www.mancomm.com (Ph 800.417.2531) or hr.cch.com/safety (Ph 888.276.5422)

Florida Contractors Manual, 2013 (which includes the 2012Circular E). Association of Builders and Contractors Institute, Inc., 3730 Coconut Creek Parkway, Coconut Creek, FL 33066. (Ph 866.930.4222)

Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures Steven H. Kosmatka, Beatrix Kerkhoff and William C. Panarese, 15th Edition, 2011, Portland Cement Association, 5420 Old Orchard Road, Skokie, IL 60077-1083. www.cement.org/bookstore lacing

Reinforcing Bars,9th Edition,2011 CRSI Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute, 933 North Plum Grove Road, Schaumburg, IL 60173. www.crsi.org/ecommerce/home.aspx

Principles and Practices of Commercial Construction Ronald C. Smith and Cameron K. Andres, 9th Edition, 2013, Prentice-Hall Publishers, 200 Old Tappan, Old Tappan, NJ 07675. Order ISBN # ISBN-10: 0-13-249501 (Ph800.382.3419) http://www.mypearsonstore.com/index.asp?partner_select=49

Application and Finishing of Gypsum Panel Products, GA-216, 2016 Edition.  Gypsum Association, 810 First Street NE, #510, Washington, DC  20002.  www.gypsum.org

Energy Efficient Building Construction in Florida, 2012Program for Resource Efficient Communities, Shimberg Center for House, University of Florida, PO Box 110940, Gainesville, FL 32611-0940. (Ph 1.352.392.5684) buildgreen.ufl.edu/

Building Component Safety Information: BCSI-ED2-D “Guide to Good Practices for Handling, Installing and Bracing of Metal Connected Wood Trusses”, 2013,Truss Plate Institute Inc., 583 D’Onorfio Drive, Suite 200, Madison, WI 53719. www.sbcindustry.com/bcsi.php

Florida Building Code-Building 2014. International Code Council, Inc, 5203 Leesburg Pike, Suite 600, Falls Church, VA 22041, (Ph 800.786.4452), www.iccsafe.org

Florida Building Code-Accessibility, 2014. International Code Council, Inc, 5203 Leesburg Pike, Suite 600, Falls Church, VA 22041,(Ph 800.786.4452), www.iccsafe.org

Florida Building Code-Residential, 2014. International Code Council, Inc, 5203 Leesburg Pike, Suite 600, Falls Church, VA 22041, (Ph 800.786.4452), www.iccsafe.org

Florida Building Code–Existing Building, 2014. International Code Council, Inc, 5203 Leesburg Pike, Suite 600, Falls Church, VA 22041, (Ph 800.786.4452), www.iccsafe.org

Florida Building Code–Energy Conservation, 2014. International Code Council, Inc, 5203 Leesburg Pike, Suite 600, Falls Church, VA 22041, (Ph 800.786.4452), www.iccsafe.org

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