CLASS I authorizes the contractor to construct, repair or alter any size or type of structure. Testing is on the latest edition of the International Building Code. The fee for a new license is $300.00 and renewal is $75.00.
CLASS II authorizes the contractor to construct, repair or alter residences up to and including an eight-unit residential building and remodel of commercial structures up to 25% of assessed value of the existing structure. Testing is on the latest edition of the International Building Code. The fee for a new license is $150.00 and renewal is $75.00.
CLASS III authorizes the contractor to repair, remodel or alter single-family residences only up to 25% of assessed value. Testing is on the International Residential Building Code. The fee for a new license is $150.00 and renewal is $75.00.
DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR authorizes the contractor to demolish and remove any structure or building. Not required to pass a written test. The fee for a new license is $150.00 and renewal is $75.00.
ROOFING CONTRACTOR authorizes the contractor to install, repair, or construct roofs and associated roofing materials. Testing will be on the roofing section of the International Building Code only, with some local amendments. The fee for a new license is $150.00 and renewal is $75.00.
Testing may be required for all General Contractors categories. All testing is open book with a four (4) hour time limit. The testing will cover all areas of the code. The City of Casper may waive the testing requirement for applicants who are currently licensed in a jurisdiction with testing requirements that are the same or equal to the testing required by the City Contractors license, including the testing offered by the Wyoming Association of Municipalities.
Applications are required to be completed and returned to the City of Casper's Community Development Department at least 10 days before the Contractors' Board meeting which meets on the third Thursday of each month. An oral review may be required to complete the Board's decision. If any interview is determined to be necessary, you will be notified when to appear. Complete forms in their entirety and enclose any additional information that you feel will help the Board determine your qualifications regarding your application. Applications can be found under the Forms and Fees link below.
Every applicant must submit written proof of a minimum of four (4) years of experience for Class III, six (6) years of experience for Class II, and eight (8) years of experience for Class I, in the construction trades to qualify for the General Contractor's License. The experience criteria and the minimum time will be based on the judgment of the Board in evaluating each applicant's background and qualifications. All affidavits must be notarized or submitted on company stationary and all applicants must submit affidavits that will verify a minimum of four (4) years of construction work experience before the Board will consider the application.
| Minimum Insurance Requirements (proof required) |
| Public Liability || $100,000/$300,000 |
| Property Damage || $100,000 |