It doesn't matter if you complete a project for $1.00. Any construction activity within the state requires you to register with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board.
There has always been a symbiotic relationship between Oregon and towers and accessories when one considers that in 1913 A.C. Gilbert of Salem invented this metal build-what-you-want toy…the erector set. Thirty million sets were sold. Fortunately, for Mr. Gilbert, OSHA wasn't founded until 57 years later. Otherwise, he would have had to include in the red steel carrying case, teeny tiny safety climb devises and miniature pre lift instructions.
To find out if a contractor is licensed in Oregon, click on contractors. To find out if an electrician is licensed in Oregon, click on electricians.
Out-of-state corporations must register with the Oregon Secretary of State. For information, click on Secretary of State .