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Construction Trades Qualifying Board

The Construction Trades Qualifying Board (CTQB) promotes the health, safety and welfare of the community by helping to ensure the competency level of local contractors. The Board screens applicants for examination in construction trade categories and reviews applications for contractor licenses.

Chapter 10 of the Miami-Dade Code governs the Board, as well as local contractor licensing. The members are authorized to review and resolve, through a formal and informal hearing process, complaints against contractors and tradesman. The Board may take disciplinary action, including sanctions, fines, suspensions or revocation of a contractor license, on those found guilty of violations of Chapter 10 of the Miami-Dade Code.

The committee meets monthly as two separate Divisions. Division A serves the citizens of the Miami-Dade County addressing issues involving the licensing categories of Building and Building Specialties. Division B reviews matters in the categories of Electrical, Mechanical and Plumbing.

  • Deadline dates for the Intake of Applications for the Construction Trades Qualifying Board 

Board Agendas and Minutes


Select Division:

Board Appeals

Decisions of the Construction Trades Qualifying Board can be appealed to the Eleventh Circuit Court. For questions about the Construction Trades Qualifying Board, call the Board Administration Section at 786-315-2574.

Board Interpretations

A request for an interpretation must be submitted in writing to the Secretary of the Board. Only Building Officials or the Secretary of the Board can make an interpretation request.

  • See the list of interpretations issued by the Board of Rules and Appeals and the Construction Trades Qualifying Board

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