Contractors on Steam

About This Game

Introducing co-op missions and brand new character models!!

You can experience a total of 8 missions with 4 different objectives available at launch!

Mod support is finally here! Experience more community-made content!

Contractors is a team-based competitive multiplayer shooter game for virtual reality headsets. Experience the next level virtual warfare with hardcore controls, lethal weapons, customizable load-outs, and intense firefights.

Contractors features:

* Co-op missions with up to 4 players.
* Immersive full body IK system.
* Mod support with community created map, loadout and game mode!
* Realistic weapon handling.
* Slick sliding movement.
* Objective-based game mode.
* Challenging AI on both singleplayer and multiplayer.
* Customizable weapon load-out system with different weapons and gadgets.
* A shooting range serves as a hub area with tons of activities.
* Virtual Gunstock and Physical Gunstock support.

* Offline free-roam against bots.

* Spatial voice chat.

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Alabama General Contractors Board



WELCOME
TO THE LICENSING BOARD FOR
GENERAL CONTRACTORS




The State Licensing Board for
General Contractors was created
through legislation enacted in
1935. The Board licenses and
regulates commercial/industrial
contractors in the major and specialty
classifications that constitute
the industry. Currently, there
are more than 8,000
contractors licensed to work in
the state.



We maintain
a staff of license specialists
who are trained to answer
inquiries concerning the
licensing process and the
current status of licensed
general contractors.

 



NOTICES OF BOARD ACTIONS:

THE MARCH 31, 2020 LICENSE
RENEWAL DEADLINE IS
AUTOMATICALLY EXTENDED




THE
APRIL 30, 2020 LICENSE
RENEWAL DEADLINE IS
AUTOMATICALLY EXTENDED

&

PURSUANT TO EMERGENCY RULE
230-X-1-.34.01ER TEMPORARY

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Residential General Contractors – What They Do and When to Hire

When to Hire a General Contractor

A residential general contractor is a home remodeling professional who organizes and executes larger remodeling projects. Often these professionals are confused with home improvement pros. But as they will be quick to tell you, a home remodeling professional deals with longer projects that incorporate specific design and architectural ideas to provide a homeowner with a better living experience, either by adding space or making better use of an established space.

A home improvement contractor is usually tasked with smaller, though no less important items, such as installing new windows, flooring, cabinets, siding, landscaping, etc. A good way to think of a residential general contractor is that he is in charge of home improvement contractors, or what are referred to in the field as “subcontractors”.

When to Hire Residential Contractors

Many people do not realize that the average kitchen remodel takes 5-6 weeks to complete. Not to mention that to complete

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A 2020 Guide to Taxes for Independent Contractors

Independent contractors play a significant role in the U.S. economy, at least for now. From your cab driver to your food delivery person, you interface with independent contractors every day. You might even be an independent contractor. Even I’m an independent contractor!

Unlike employees, independent contractors remit tax payments on their own. I’ll say that at least two more times in this article because it’s just that important. Here’s how you pay taxes as an independent contractor.


Overview: What is an independent contractor?

Independent contractors are one-person businesses that provide goods and services to clients for a fee. People and companies engage independent contractors for a specific work purpose, relying on their expertise to complete the work.

Whereas employers can have significant control over their employees’ work processes, a business cannot dictate how and what its independent contractors do to achieve the business’s desired result.

The U.S. government has been

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Non-Payment of Employees and Contractors

In difficult economic times, many employers find it difficult to make ends meet. They might find themselves needing to cut the pay of employees or, in some cases, they fail to pay non-employee workers and service providers, like freelancers and independent contractors.

Employees and contract workers have the right to expect to get paid, and it’s difficult to know what to do when your paycheck doesn’t arrive.

Employee or Contract Worker?

Employees and contract workers (independent contractors) (including freelancers and at-home contractors) have different pay situations and legal protection for non-payment.

  • Employees receive payment on an hourly or salaried basis and are under the control of the employer.
  • Contract workers work independently, often have contracts, and are paid by the hour or project.

Why Companies Don’t Always Pay

It may seem obvious, but it’s worth noting that two main reasons exist for businesses not paying:

  • In the case
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5 Tips for Finding Good Contractors In Your Area

If you’re in the home-flipping game, your profits are only as good as your contractor choices. Choose wisely, and you add value to your property without eating too much into the budget. Choose wrong, and you might just kiss those returns goodbye.

Unfortunately, as many contractors as are out there, finding a good one isn’t easy. Some won’t show up on time (or at all), others won’t hold to their estimates, and even worse, some just don’t have the skillset or experience they claim to.

Whatever their foibles are, they’ll cost you — either in time, money, or both.

Want to make sure you choose the best possible contractors from the get-go? Here’s how to do it:

Ask around

Did you like the remodel your neighbor just did? Ask who the contractor was. Have an investor friend? Get his recommendations. Have one contractor you trust, but need others to fill

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Contractors – Miami-Dade County

Contractors

Contractors and tradesman working in Miami-Dade County are licensed by Miami-Dade County’s Contractor Licensing Section. The Construction Trades Qualifying Board (CTQB) has authority over these types of licenses and scopes of licenses that are issued.

Examinations

Examinations for certificates of competency and eligibility are offered once a month. The exams are open book and the required books for each exam category can be found on the licensing requirements for each license.

Continuing Education

Continuing education is an obligation which pertains to professional contractors and tradesmen whether licensed by the State of Florida or Miami-Dade County.

Continuing education is commonly viewed by local licensed construction professionals as one avenue for them to ensure that they can remain competitive by keeping up to date regarding issues that impact the dynamic and challenging construction industry.

File Contractor Complaints

How to file a complaint against licensed or unlicensed contractors, as well as tips

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Contractor’s Liens – FindLaw

A contractor’s lien (often known as a mechanic’s lien, or a construction lien) is a claim made by contractors or subcontractors who have performed work on a property, and have not yet been paid. A supplier of materials delivered to the job may also file a mechanic’s lien. In some states, professionals such as architects, engineers, and surveyors may also be entitled to file a lien for services rendered on a home improvement project.

The best way to avoid a contractor’s lien, of course, is paying your invoice on time. But if you are unable to pay or need more time, you may avoid a lien just by talking to the contractor and negotiating a payment plan. After all, contractors would rather work out a deal than go through the hassle of filing a lien

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QuickBooks Enterprise for Contractors, Contractor Software

Terms, conditions, pricing, subscriptions, packages, features, service and support options are subject to change at any time without notice.
SPECIAL OFFERS AND PROMOTIONS
*Receive up to 40% off of current list price for QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise 21.0 annual subscription when subscribing by October 23, 2020. For the first year, receive a 10% discount off the current list price when licensing 1 to 4 users or receive 40% off the current list price when licensing 5 to 10, 20 users, 30 users, or 40 users. Starting at sign up your account on file will be automatically billed for first year at the stated discount for the service you selected. After first year, your account on file will be automatically charged on a monthly or annual basis at the then-current subscription fee for the plan and service you selected, until you cancel. Offer valid for new QuickBooks Enterprise customers only and cannot
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The 10 Best General Contractors Near Me (with Free Estimates)

A commercial contractor provides similar services as a residential general contractor but specializes in working with large-scale projects for businesses, schools, nonprofits, governments and development firms. When researching commercial general contractors, review their portfolio of work and confirm they have ample experience working in the area you need. For example, if you are building a small strip mall, ask if the contractors have experience successfully incorporating all the needed elements such as a parking lot, meeting ADA requirements, accessing the proper permits, and completing work on time.

Once you’ve identified several qualified candidates, request bids for your project and then compare the scope of work with your needs and budget. Your commercial general contractor should oversee design, permitting, construction, materials purchase, and adherence to building code and zoning regulations, as well as sticking to an agreed-upon budget and schedule. It’s important to establish clear communication with your future commercial general

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