Alaska requires that contractors be registered with the Department of Community and Economic Development.
Most wireless contracting require a Specialty Contractor license such as Communications Contractor or Steel Erection Contractor. Those specialty contractor trades are available here.
Find out if a general, mechanical, or specialty contractor has been licensed by the Alaska Division of Occupation Licensing:
Out-of-state corporations must get a Certificate of Authority to do business in Alaska from the Department of Commerce.
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There are numerous forms to become qualified, but there are no forms required to validate your sanity if you are a deep south-based wireless contractor desirous of bidding upon projects in Alaska using your crews that think cold weather PPE gear is layering two t-shirts.