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How to Get a Contractor’s License in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, general contractors are called Construction Supervisors. Anyone who wants to operate as a general contractor in Massachusetts needs a Massachusetts Construction Supervisor License—either restricted or unrestricted. Learn how to get a contractor’s license in Massachusetts below, and work with Surety Bond Professionals to get a contractor license bond.

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How Does Construction Bidding Work?

The construction bidding process for large public works projects is not quite the same as the process for bidding on smaller, private projects, but they share certain elements. That’s because the end goal is essentially the same—finding a qualified, affordable contractor. Sometimes that means choosing the contractor offering the lowest bid, but more often it […]

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How to Get Bonded for Construction

Whether you’re new to the bonding process or just want to clarify some things, our experienced surety agents at Surety Bond Professionals are here to help. Learn how to get bonded for construction below, and feel free to contact us today with any questions you may have.

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Major Types of Construction Bonds

No industry involves a greater variety of surety bonds than the construction industry. Surety bonds are required in order to bid or work on virtually all public works projects and many private construction projects, including both new construction and remodeling.

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Federal Government Contractors – Performance & Payment Bond Opportunity in August & September 2018

Performance and Payment Bonds for Federal Government Year-End September is a very important month for federal government contractors as September 30th marks the fiscal year end for the federal government. This means that they need to spend their budget in a “use it or lose it” mentality. Government contracting officers will be busy putting together […]

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