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The answers to the examination questions will be based on the editions listed below. Some of the questions will also be based on field experience and knowledge of trade practices. Editions earlier or later than those listed below can be brought to the examination but AT YOUR OWN RISK. However, ONLY ONE COPY of each reference will be allowed into the examination.

Photocopies will not be allowed unless the appropriate authorities (DBPR and the publishers) have given written authorization. Hand-written and typewritten notes are NOT allowed. Existing handwritten notes must be blackened out or whitened out completely, by the candidate, prohibiting legibility. Moveable tabs (e.g., Post-it® Flags) are NOT allowed. You will not be permitted to make any marks in your references during the examination.

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Scope

General contractor means a contractor whose services are unlimited as to the type of work which he or she may do, who may contract for any activity requiring licensure under this part, and who may perform any work requiring licensure under this part, except as otherwise expressly provided in s. 489.113.

Building contractor means a contractor whose services are limited to construction of commercial buildings and single-dwelling or multiple-dwelling residential buildings, which do not exceed three stories in height, and accessory use structures in connection therewith or a contractor whose services are limited to remodeling, repair, or improvement of any size building if the services do not affect the structural members of the building.

Residential contractor means a contractor whose services are limited to construction, remodeling, repair, or improvement of one-family, two-family, or three-family residences not exceeding two habitable stories above no more than one uninhabitable story and accessory use structures in connection therewith.

 

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Examination Outline

The answers to the examination questions will be based on the editions listed below. Some of the questionswill also be based on field experience and knowledge of trade practices. Editions earlier or later than thoselisted below can be brought to the examination but AT YOUR OWN RISK. However, only one copy of eachreference will be allowed into the examination.

Photocopies will not be allowed unless theappropriate authorities (DBPR and the publishers) have givenwritten authorization. Hand written and typewritten notes are NOT allowed. Existing hand written notes mustbe blackened out or whitened out completely, by the candidate, prohibiting legibility. Moveable tabs (e.g., Post-it Flags) are NOT allowed. You will not be permitted to make any marks in your references during theexamination.

Construction Industry Licensing Board Examination At A Glance

General Contractors Contract Administration Examination Content Information

General Contractors Project Management Examination Content Information

Building Contractors Contract Administration Examination Content Information

Building Contractors Project Management Examination Content Information

Residential Contractors Contract Administration Examination Content Information

Residential Contractors Project Management Examination Content Information

 

 

Approved References

  1. Contractors Manual, 2017
  2. Builders Guide to Accounting
  3. BCSI Guide to Good Practice for Handling, Installing, and Bracing of Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses, 2013 Ed
  4. BCSI Guide to Good Practice for Handling, Installing, and Bracing of Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses, 2018 Ed
  5. Energy Efficient Building Construction in Florida, 9th Edition, 2017
  6. Application and Finishing of Gypsum Panel Products, GA-216, 2016
  7. Application and Finishing of Gypsum Panel Products, GA-216, 2018
  8. Placing Reinforcing Bars (CRSI) 9th Edition
  9. Principles & Practices of Commercial Construction., 9th Ed.
  10. Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures 16th Edition
  11. AIA A201 - 2017
  12. AIA A401 - 2017
  13. AIA A701 - 2018
  14. OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction Industry Regulations
  15. Walker's Building Estimator's Reference Book, 31st Ed
  16. 2017 Florida Building Code - Residential
  17. 2017 Florida Building Code - Existing Building
  18. 2017 Florida Building Code - Energy Conservation
  19. 2017 Florida Building Code - Accessibility
  20. 2017 Florida Building Code - Building