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State Requirements & ApplicationRequirements:
* Requires 4 years experience.
* Any one engaged in construction-related contracting in New Mexico must be licensed.
* The New Mexico Business and Law exam is also required to be passed to obtain your contractor's license.
* Pre-Approval is required to sit for the exam. Approval takes 7 business days on average.
* New Mexico issues contracting licenses in approximately 100 different classifications. These classifications can be found in the New Mexico Administrative Code, Title 14, Chapter 6.
* Definition of a contractor for New Mexico can be found in the Construction Industries Licensing Act, NMSA 1978, Section 60-13-3
Board Contact Information:
New Mexico Regulation & Licensing Department
Construction Industries Division
Toney Anaya Building
2550 Cerrillos Rd.
Sante Fe, NM 87113
Website: New Mexico Contractors License Board
FAQs: New Mexico Contractors FAQ
License Application and Approval: Licensing is handled by PSI
Application Download and Processing Info: Applications are processed in 7-10 business days. If the application is not approved, the entire application package and application fee will be returned (less a $30 rejection fee) New Mexico Application
Fees: The application fee for a new GB-2 pr GB-98 contractor license is $30. The license fee is $100 per year for each classification
To obtain a license application and other forms for New Mexico, go to New Mexico Application