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Hawaii Carpentry Framing

  • The Business Law exam is also required.
  • Applications for licensure must be submitted to the Board by the 20th of the month for review by the Board during the following month. (The Board does not review applications or meet in December)
  • Once the application is approved, the qualifying individual or responsible managing employee must successfully complete the appropriate licensing examinations. Upon completion of the exam process, the applicant must submit license fees, and proof of liability and workers compensation insurance.
  • Four-years of supervisory experience, within the last ten years, are required.
  • Prior to licensure, applicants must submit a certificate of insurance for worker’s compensation and a certificate of insurance from their insurer showing liability coverage in the following amounts:

    Property Damage = $50,000 per occurrence

    Bodily Injury = $100,000 per person/$300,000 per occurrence

A C-6 Carpentry Framing Contractor is authorized to do framing, siding, wood truss, roof sheathing, and other work as is by custom and usage accepted in the construction industry as carpentry framing.

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  • The Business Law exam is also required.
  • Applications for licensure must be submitted to the Board by the 20th of the month for review by the Board during the following month. (The Board does not review applications or meet in December)
  • Once the application is approved, the qualifying individual or responsible managing employee must successfully complete the appropriate licensing examinations. Upon completion of the exam process, the applicant must submit license fees, and proof of liability and workers compensation insurance.
  • Four-years of supervisory experience, within the last ten years, are required.
  • Prior to licensure, applicants must submit a certificate of insurance for worker's compensation and a certificate of insurance from their insurer showing liability coverage in the following amounts:

    Property Damage = $50,000 per occurrence

    Bodily Injury = $100,000 per person/$300,000 per occurrence

A C-6 Carpentry Framing Contractor is authorized to do framing, siding, wood truss, roof sheathing, and other work as is by custom and usage accepted in the construction industry as carpentry framing.

Applications for licensure must be submitted to the Board by the 20th of the month for review by the Board during the following month. (The Board does not review applications or meet in December)

Once the application is approved, the qualifying individual or responsible managing employee must successfully complete the appropriate licensing examinations. Upon completion of the exam process, the applicant must submit license fees, and proof of liability and workers compensation insurance.

Applications for licensure can be obtained from:

State of Hawaiibr />Contractors Licensing Boardbr />PO Box 3469br />Honolulu, HI 96801br />808.586.3000br /> 

Licensing fees:

RME $335.00 if licensed between October 1 of the even-numbered year and September 30th of the odd-numbered year, and $255.00 if licensed between October 1st of the odd-numbered year and September 30th of the even-numbered year.

Applications for examinations can be obtained from:

Prometricbr />354 Uluniu Street, Suite 308br />Kailua, HI 96734br />808.261.8182br /> 

Important Contacts

Applications & licensing information for all types of contractor or individual licenses may be obtained from:

Dept. of Commerce & Consumer Affairs
Professional & Vocational Licensing Division
PO Box 3469
Honolulu, HI 96801
808.586.2689
808.586.3000 fax
To register for an exam, contact:

Prometric
354 Uluniu Street, Suite 308
Kailua, HI 96734
808.261.8182

Hawaii curently does not have reciprocity with any other state.

Hawaii does not require Continuing Education for contractors.

  • The Business and Law exam is also required./
  • The exam is Closed Book, 60 questions with a 2-hr time limit and requires a 75% to pass.

    Exam topics include: Walls,Floors and Stairs,Roofs, Estimating and Plans, Layout and Metal Frames.

American Contractors does not currently offer a seminar to prepare for the Carpentry Framing examination. We do offer the recommended study materials as well as many online practice possibilities and software to aid students in preparing for the exam.