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Certificates of Competency Issued in Lee County

A person contracting in the following contractor categories must hold a valid Lee County certificate of competency and meet the applicable requirements. Click here for a list of testing companies and exam codes.

This information was obtained from Lee County's website and is published by Contractor Campus as a courtesy to its students.

To view more information related to any of these licenses, please visit our Lee County Contractor Licenses page.

  1. Aluminum without concrete (AW)
    Experience: 4 years
    Exams: Aluminum; Business and Law
    Scope: fabricate, assemble, handle, erect, install, dismantle, adjust, alter, repair, service and design-- if not prohibited by law and in accordance with accepted engineering data and manufacturer specifications—screened porches, screened enclosures, pool enclosures, preformed panel-post, beam roofs, mobile home panel roof-overs, residential glass window and door enclosures, vinyl panel window enclosures, single story self-contained aluminum utility storage structures (not to exceed 500 square feet) siding, soffit, fascia, gutters, wood work incidental to the aluminum construction work (limited to construction of wood framing for the walls of uninhabitable utility storage structures, raised wood decks for enclosures, repair or replacement of wood incidental to the installation of glass windows and doors, siding, soffit, fascia, gutters, preformed panel-post and beam roofs).
  2. Aluminum non-structural (NA)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Business and Law
    Scope: Fabricate, assemble, erect, install, dismantle, adjust, alter, repair, service and design gutters, downspouts, soffit, fascia and vinyl or aluminum siding and other non structural aluminum.
  3. Cabinet and Millwork Contractor (CB)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Business and Law
    Scope: assemble, install, dismantle, maintain, adjust, alter, extend and design, where not prohibited by law, cabinets and millwork and corian and cultured marble style counter tops.
  4. Carpentry Contractor (CP)
    Experience: 4 years
    Exams: Carpentry; Business and Law
    Scope: install any wood products or metal framing in a structure or building including rough framing, door, window (including metal), structural and non-structural trusses, sheathing, paneling, trim, cabinets, siding, soffit and fascia.
  5. Concrete Coatings (DC)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Business and Law; Business Procedures
    Scope: apply all types of decorative coatings - troweled, sprayed, brushed, or rolled-to the top of existing concrete slabs. The coatings cannot exceed 3/4 inches in thickness. The scope of work does not include installation of slabs.
  6. Concrete Forming and Placing Contractor (CW)
    Experience: 4 years
    Exams: Concrete Forming & Placing ;Business and Law
    Scope: batch and mix aggregates, cement and water to specifications, to construct forms and framework for the casting and shaping of concrete, place and erect reinforcing steel and miscellaneous embedded steel, and pour, place and finish cement.
  7. Concrete Placing and Finishing (Flatwork) Contractor (PF)
    Experience: 3 years
    Exams: Business and Law
    Scope: pour, place, and finish concrete flatwork (i.e. floors, slab on grade, sidewalks) including incidental placement of mesh reinforcement, plastic vapor barriers and edge forms, excluding reinforcing steel.
  8. Demolition Contractor (DL)
    Experience: 4 years
    Exams: Demolition; Business and Law
    Scope: Demolition and removal of structures limited to three stories or less (35' max)
  9. Excavation Contractor (EX)
    Experience: 4 years
    Exams: Excavating; Business and Law
    Scope: excavate and remove material such as rock, gravel and sand to construct canals, lakes and levees; clearing land of surface debris and vegetation; grubbing of roots, removal of debris and leveling of the land surface incidental to excavation.
  10. Fence Erection Contractor (FN)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Business and Law
    Scope: install, maintain, repair fencing on grade, including pre-cast concrete and pre-fabricated fences, meeting all applicable safety, zoning and building codes.
  11. Finish Carpentry Contractor (FC)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Business and Law
    Scope: install finished wood products including paneling, trim, flooring, cabinetry, doors, windows (including metal) and all incidental hardware.
  12. Garage Door Contractor (GD)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Garage Door; Business and Law
    Scope: install, maintain, repair or alter horizontal and vertical type garage doors, including all hardware and operating devices, provided a licensed electrical contractor does any of the necessary electrical installation.
  13. Glass and Glazing Contractor (GL)
    Experience: 3 years
    Exams: Glass and Glazing; Business and Law
    Scope: select, cut, assemble and install any type of glass or glass work; execute the glazing frames, panels, sashes, doors, ornamental decoration, mirrors, tub and shower enclosures and any incidental metal framing.
  14. Hurricane Shutter Contractor (HS)
    Experience: 3 years
    Exams: Hurricane Shutter Installer; Business and Law
    Scope: install, maintain, repair and replace storm shutters in both residential and commercial facilities, including both manually and mechanically operated shutters, provided a licensed electrical contractor does any of the necessary electrical installation.
  15. Insulation (All types) Contractor (IN)
    Experience: 3 years
    Exams: Insulation, All Types; Business and Law
    Scope: install, maintain, repair, alter or extend any insulation for the primary purpose of preventing loss or gain of heat from internal or external sources in pipes, vessels, ducts or built-up refrigerated boxes or rooms, and acoustical materials; install gridwork necessary to support ceiling panels, including luminous ceiling panels.
  16. Irrigation Sprinkler Contractor (LS)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Irrigation Sprinkler; Business and Law Scope: install, repair, maintain, alter or extend all piping and sprinkler heads for the irrigation of lawns including incidental connections to a water pump (but not direct connection to potable water lines).
  17. Journeyman Electrician (JE)
    Experience: 4 years
    Exams: Journeyman Electrician
    Scope: perform work under the supervision and in the employ of a master electrician.
  18. Journeyman Plumber (JP)
    Experience: 4 years
    Exams: Journeyman Plumber
    Scope: perform work under the supervision and in the employ of a state certified plumber or a locally licensed master plumber.
  19. Masonry Contractor (MA)
    Experience: 4 years
    Exams: Masonry, Business and Law
    Scope: select, cut and lay brick and other baked clay products, rough cut and dress stone, artificial stone and precast blocks, structural brick or block, but no pouring or finishing of concrete.
  20. Painting Contractor (PT)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Painting; Business and Law
    Scope: use paint spraying equipment and hand tools to apply paint to interior and exterior surfaces; includes painting concrete, sealing river rock, sandblasting and general coating except roof applications.
  21. Paver Block Contractor (IP)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Business and Law
    Scope: laying of brick, block, paver brick or paver block for flat work only. The bricks are set in sand or other loose or packed material. Blocks may not be set in place by any aggregate that hardens such as concrete or mortar.
  22. Paving Contractor (PG)
    Experience: 3 years
    Exams: Paving Commercial; Business and Law
    Scope: construct roads, airport runways and aprons, parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, curb and gutter, property line walls, storm drainage facilities and incidental excavating, clearing, grading, sealing and coating.
  23. Plastering/Stucco Contractor (PL)
    Experience: 3 years
    Exams: Plastering; Business and Law
    Scope: coat surfaces with a mixture of sand or other aggregate gypsum plaster, portland cement or quick-lime and water or any combination of these materials to create a permanent surface coating; apply and affix gypsum or metal lath or any other product prepared or manufactured, including placing non-structural metal stud and runners to which lath is applied, to provide key or suction bases for the support of the plaster coating.
  24. Sign Contractor-Limited (SL)
    Experience: 3 years
    Exams: Sign Contractor Electrical; Business and Law
    Scope: erect, install, repair, alter, extend or service a free standing sign structure that does not exceed 24 feet above existing grade to the top of the sign and a maximum of 40 square feet or a sign structure that does not exceed 20 feet above existing grade which is attached to an existing wall or structure; non-electrical work, such as painting or changing sign copy panel, and incidental electrical wiring (internal to the sign structure) that does not go beyond the last disconnecting means or terminal point of the sign structure. The scope includes repair of all signs, regardless of height and size, however, electrical work is limited to internal wiring of the signs and does not include work on the electrical supply wiring.
  25. Sign Contractor – Restricted (NR)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Business and Law
    Scope: erect, install, alter, repair or extend non-electrical signs, not to exceed a height of 10 feet above existing grade, to the top of the sign and a maximum size of 40 square feet or a non-electrical sign structure that does not exceed 20 feet above existing grade which is attached to an existing wall or structure.
  26. Tile and Marble Contractor (TM)
    Experience: 2 years
    Exams: Tile and Marble; Business and Law
    Scope: mix and prepare the base for and set tile and marble.
  27. Restricted Specialty Contractor
    The Board can issue a restricted specialty certificate of competency to an applicant whose experience is limited to only a particular phase of construction included in one of the established categories of Lee County Certificates of Competency. At the time the restricted specialty certificate is granted, the Board will specify the requirements necessary for any future applicant to obtain a similar certificate.