CONTRACT License Number Changes
DON'T FORGET, the Department of Labor & Industry (DLI) announced that all construction license numbers have changed, effective immediately. The change comes as the DLI launches a new online licensing system, a transition that is expected to simplify application and (online) renewal processes for all licenses, certifications and registrations. Builders can now renew all of these documents online when they expire.
In an effort to keep things simple, all license numbers are now uniform and contain eight-characters made up of a two-character class code and a six digit number. The new number will be based off of the builder’s current license number. New license numbers take effect immediately and must therefore be used on all contracts and dealings with the DLI. However, because expenses related to the new system could occur, the DLI has provided a suggested timeline for changes to letterhead, business cards and other printed materials, advertising, and vehicle and equipment changes. Click HERE to view all of the changes made by the DLI.
New rule from the Department of Labor:
When registering for continuing education use the license/registration number (Q number)
The Q # identifies the Qualifying Person who will receive the credits.
QB Number Explained.
Department of Labor and Industry - Construction Codes and Licensing Website http://dli.mn.gov/ccld.asp