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Nevada Concrete Contractor (C-5)

A person who holds a classification C-5 license may: – Prepare the surface and place reinforcement steel and other embedded materials essential to or comprising an integral part of the concrete or concrete construction; – pour, place, finish and install concrete; – construct and assemble forms, molds, slipforms and pans, apply concrete sealants and other waterproofing products; and – saw, cut, drill and core concrete and asphaltic paving material.

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Required Books 

Aside from the books listed these items are also recommended to be familiar with.

Sawcutting Joints in Concrete, Bruce A. Suprenant, 1995, Concrete Construction Magazine, (773) 824-2400, http://www.concreteconstruction.net/concretearticles/sawcutting-joints-in-concrete.aspx

 ? Sawcutting Concrete Flatwork, Rosalie Johnston, 1994, Concrete Construction Magazine, (773) 824-2400, http://www.concreteconstruction.net/concretearticles/saw-cutting-concrete-flatwork.aspx

 ? Taking the Tedium Out of Cutting, 1981, Concrete Construction Magazine, (773) 824-2400, http://www.concreteconstruction.net/concretearticles/taking-the-tedium-out-of-cutting.aspx

 ? Tips on Cutting Concrete, 1987, Concrete Construction Magazine, (773) 824-2400, http://www.concreteconstruction.net/concretearticles/tips-on-cutting-concrete.aspx

 

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Applicants must submit an application to the state licensing board to obtain approval before being eligible to take the exam.

A Business Law exam is also required.

Applicants must be able to document a minimum of four (4) years of experience within the past 10 years to qualify for a license. This experience must be as a Journeyman, foreman, supervising employee or contractor. Education may be used to satisfy a portion of the required experience. Applicants must also submit 4 reference certificates concerning their work experience and submit to a background check.

All applicants must submit current financial statements to the state licensing board. Monetary limits are set based on financial standing. If seeking a financial limit less than $1,000,000 the statement must be compiled, reviewed or audited by a CPA, self-prepared on a form provided by the Board, or using accounting software and accompanied by an affidavit. When seeking a monetary limit of $1,000,000 or more, the financial statement must be reviewed and audited by a CPA.

A person who holds a classification C-5 license may: - Prepare the surface and place reinforcement steel and other embedded materials essential to or comprising an integral part of the concrete or concrete construction; - pour, place, finish and install concrete; - construct and assemble forms, molds, slipforms and pans, apply concrete sealants and other waterproofing products; and - saw, cut, drill and core concrete and asphaltic paving material.

Nevada State Contractors Board
9670 Gateway Drive, Suite 100
Reno, NV 89511
(775)688-1141
or
(702)486-1100
www.nscb.state.nv.us

Important Contacts

The Nevada State Contractors Board has been charged with regulating the construction industry. Applications for all types of contractor licenses may be obtained from:

Nevada State Contractors Board
9670 Gateway Drive, Suite 100
Reno, NV 89511
(775)688-1141
or
(702)486-1100
Nevada examinations are administered by:

PSI Licensure: Certification
3210 East Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121
(800) 733-9267 phone
702.932.2666 fax

The state of Nevada has a reciprocity agreement with California, Arizona, and Utah. There is no reciprocity for the plumbing and electrical trades. Applicants must have at least 7 years of experience and meet all licensing requirements.
For Continuing Education requirements contact the Nevada Licensing Board.

The testing company is PSI.

The Concrete exam is a multiple choice, open-book, timed test. There are 60 questions and a 2-hour time limit. A minimum of 42 questions (70%) must be correct to pass the exam. You will receive your score immediately following the exam.

The exam fee is $85 for one exam or $130 for one trade plus the Management Survey Exam.

If the test is failed three times the applicant must begin the application process over and reapply directly to the Nevada State Contractors’ Board.

We currently do not offer a seminar for the Nevada C-5 Concrete exam.