PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT LICENSING ACT
54-4505. Requirements for licensure. (1) Any individual who wishes to become licensed as a construction manager shall make written application to the administrator on such forms or in such manner as the administrator may prescribe. Each applicant shall provide such proof as the administrator may require that he:
(a) Has a bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering or construction management from a college or university that has an educational program in architecture, engineering or construction management, as the case may be, accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting organization and that he has a minimum of four (4) years’ experience in managing construction projects; or
(b) Has a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in managing construction projects.
(2) If the administrator finds that the applicant meets the requirements for licensure set forth in subsection (1) of this section, he shall administer an examination to the applicant, which examination shall be offered at least once each year. The examination shall test the applicant’s knowledge and proficiency in construction management issues, including health, environmental and safety regulations, interpretation of construction contracts, financing, scheduling and project administration for construction projects. The administrator shall establish a fee for administering the examination to each applicant which must be paid before the applicant may sit for the examination.
(3) An applicant who demonstrates knowledge and proficiency of construction management by virtue of passing the examination shall, upon the payment of an appropriate fee, be issued a license authorizing that individual to provide construction management services.
[54-4505, added 1998, ch. 410, sec. 1, p. 1268; am. 2017, ch. 122, sec. 3, p. 288.]