This Book Set is the Complete with all 23 of the Books required for the NASCLA General Contractor Exam. BCSI: Guide to Good Practice for Handling, …Read More>>
The NASCLA is a Nationally Accepted Commercial Trades Exam Accepted in 16 States. The trades exam is created from information in 23 books. Check with …Read More>>
Louisiana Commercial General Contractor Requirements & Application
The LSLBC regulates commercial, industrial and residential contractors who bid or perform construction projects with a value of:
- $50,000 or more for commercial and industrial construction
- In excess of $75,000 for residential construction
- In excess of $10,000 for mechanical, electrical or plumbing
- Exceeding $7,500 but not in excess of $75,000 for home improvement
- $1 or more for mold remediation
- You must have financial statement with a minimum net worth of $10,000 or a $10,000 Bank line of credit or $10,000 Surety Bond
- No Insurance Required for Commercial Applications
- The NASCLA exam can be used for Commercial in LA. If you have a Commercial License you can submit the Residential Application for the license. Based on having the Commercial License they will grant you the Residential License.
- No Experience Requirements for the Commercial Applicant
NASCLA Commercial Test Information
Test Information This test covers information in the 12 subject areas below. The questions are created from content in the 23 book set shown below the following chart.
Candidate Information Bulletin: PSI Exams NASCLA Commercial General Contractor Candidate Bulletin
Exam Information Exam Fee $130 Number of Questions 115 Passing Score 70% or 81 Questions Time Limit 330 Minutes
Subject Area Number of Questions General Requirements 25Site Construction
15 Concrete 6Masonry
4 Metals 6 Wood 5 Thermal and Moisture Protection 5 Doors, Windows, and Glazing 4 Finishes 5 Mechanical and Plumbing Systems 6 Electrical Systems 3 Procurement and Contracting Requirements 31
NASCLA Commercial Exam Reciprocity
The NASCLA exam serves as your trades exam in Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands, West Virginia.
Louisiana NASCLA Commercial Exam Permitted Work
With this license you may bid on and build all types of buildings in LA. Commercial. To obtain the Residential license: After Completing your Commercial license submit a Residential Application. Based on holding a Commercial License a Residential License will be granted.