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North Dakota Contractor License and Building Codes
State of North Dakota Contractor & Building Information
North Dakota State Government
North Dakota Contractors
A “contractor” is any person engaged in the business of construction, repair, alteration, dismantling, or demolition of bridges, highways, roads, streets, buildings, airports, dams, pipelines, and every other type of structure, project, development, or improvement coming within the definition of real or personal property, including the construction, alteration, or repair of property to be held either for sale or rental, and shall include subcontractor, public contractor, and nonresident contractor.
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North Dakota Building Codes
For building code information visit: North Dakota Building Codes.
Check a North Dakota Contractor License
To check the license of a Contractor in the State of North Dakota go to: Search North Dakota Licensed Contractors
North Dakota Electrical Board
The North Dakota State Electrical Board has the responsibility to examine applicants and issue licenses to those having the necessary qualifications and knowledge in the laws of electricity and electrical codes. The board also has jurisdiction over all electrical installations. This assures that inspections are done efficiently and timely and meet minimum standards of national and state codes as well as provide customer service and satisfaction.
For more information visit: North Dakota Electrical Board.
North Dakota Electrical Contractor Guidelines & Requirements
No contract, agreement, or undertaking with another for the installation of electrical wiring or the installation of electrical parts of other apparatus may be entered into by anyone not a master electrician or class B electrician.
43-09-14. (Repealed effective August 1, 2017) Master electrician and class B electrician – Undertaking – Fund.
The board shall administer a special fund to be used for the completion of installations abandoned by master electricians and class B electricians, not to exceed the amount of twenty-five thousand dollars for a master electrician and four thousand dollars for a class B electrician. Effective July 1, 2016, the board shall use any money remaining in the special fund to inform and educate electricians. The board may prescribe forms and make rules it deems necessary to carry out the intent of this section.
For more information visit: North Dakota Electrical Contractor Guidelines.
Check a Licensed, Registered Electrician in North Dakota
To check to see if an electrician is licensed, or to check the status of an Electrical Contractor in the State of North Dakota go to: Lookup a Licensed, Registered Electrician in North Dakota
North Dakota Inspection Districts
The State of North Dakota is divided into fourteen districts. Each electrical inspector is assigned to a district; there’s also one roaming inspector.
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North Dakota Electrical Codes
North Dakota Laws, Rules & Wiring Standards
The purpose of these standards is the practical safeguarding of persons and of buildings and building contents from electrical hazards arising from the use or control of electricity for light, heat, power and control thereof and of the fire detection system.
These standards, based on the National Electrical Code, are the result of years of experience and research to meet the demand for uniform standards to govern electrical wiring in North Dakota, and provide basic rules for intelligent and uniform installation and inspection.
For more information visit: North Dakota Wiring Standards.
NEC® National Electrical Code Adoption: 2014
2014 NEC with effective date of September 2014.
Please Note: Due to the nature of the electrical code adoption process, we cannot guarantee complete accuracy of this information. Please notify us of any changes you may be aware of.
North Dakota Energy Codes
The North Dakota Energy Code is adopted and required by the North Dakota Energy Office. This code sets minimum energy efficient buildings.
For more information visit: North Dakota Building Energy Codes Program.
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