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Oklahoma Contractor License and Building Codes



State of Oklahoma Contractor & Building Information


Oklahoma Division of Building Safety

Oklahoma Contractor Licenses
The State of Oklahoma does not require a license for general contractors. However, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, sign, driveway and fire suppression system permits, can only be issued to contractors licensed in the State of Oklahoma and registered with the City of Oklahoma City.
All contractors must register with the City of Oklahoma City. Only registered contractors can purchase permits for construction work performed in the City. Local governments require building permits to maintain a standard of construction and development and ensure the safety of the community.
For more information visit: Oklahoma Development Services Business Licensing.

Oklahoma Building Permits
Permits are required when you construct, alter, repair, enlarge, move or demolish any primary or accessory structure.
For more information visit: Oklahoma Development Services Permits.

National Association of State Contractor’s Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)
Oklahoma Construction Industries Board

Oklahoma Construction Industries Board, CIB
The Mission of the Construction Industries Board is to protect life and property by licensing and inspection of the related trades for the health, safety and welfare of the public.
For more information visit: Oklahoma Construction Industries Board.

Check a Oklahoma Contractor License
To check to see if an electrician is licensed, or to check the status of an Electrical Contractor in the State of Oklahoma go to: Search Oklahoma Licensed Contractors

Oklahoma Adopted Building Codes
For building code information visit: Oklahoma Adopted Building Codes.


Oklahoma Electrical Codes

NEC® National Electrical Code Adoption: 2014
Effective November 2015, The OUBCC has adopted the International Building Code 2015 Edition as the statewide minimum code for commercial building construction, the International Fire Code 2015 Edition, as the statewide minimum code for residential and commercial fire prevention and fire protection systems and the International Existing Building Code 2015 Edition as the statewide minimum code for commercial existing building construction, The National Electrical Code 2014 Edition as the statewide minimum code for commercial electrical construction.

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.

Oklahoma Energy Codes

The Oklahoma Energy Code is adopted and required by the Oklahoma Energy Office. This code sets minimum energy efficient buildings.
For more information visit: Oklahoma Building Energy Codes Program.





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