The State of Kansas does not hold reciprocal licensing agreements with other states for General Contractors. This is because licensing in Kansas is handled at the local-level, by the city, county or town in which the contractor chooses to conduct business.
Out-of-state contractors who want to work on construction projects in the State of Kansas must check with the local building authority to determine what is required. In most cases, contractors are required to obtain a license from the city, and/or pass a qualifying examination.
*General Contractors should always notify the local licensing board if they hold a license in another state.
For more information about the local licensing laws for General Contractors working in the State of Kansas, please visit our page on General Contractor Licensing in Kansas – By City.