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You’re faced with uniquely complex regulatory and licensing challenges. CT’s specialized toolkit of compliance services can protect your business from penalties and put you in good position to bid and win jobs.
"We’ve utilized CT for many years for resident agent services, and to investigate the registrations and licenses necessary to enter new states. I strongly recommend CT as a professional, cooperative and reliable corporate compliance partner.“ - Walters-Morgan Construction, Inc., Kansas
CT makes it easy. Our team of construction and contractor experts help you get your business incorporated, licensed, and ready to start bidding.
Having a Registered Agent is required by all states. Rely on CT to handle important legal and state documents promptly and correctly in all 50 states.
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State and local government requires construction companies to secure a wide variety of licenses and permits. For example, before the first shovel hits the ground you may need to secure a residential builder license from the state and obtain local permits from the county or municipality for the excavation and building. CT’s experts can help you find out exactly which licenses and permits required for your business – and help you manage them all. We know the requirements you face today and have the expertise to anticipate what’s ahead.
Growing your business by bidding on a job in a new state requires you to register in that state, a process called foreign qualification. If you construct, alter, remodel or repair buildings, then you will likely need to register as a foreign corporation (or LLC) in the state —for even one project. And garnishments and other litigation issues can arise for companies operating in numerous states.