The State of Oklahoma does not have reciprocal licensing agreements with other states for General Contractors. This is because the licensing of General Contractors is handled at the local-level, rather than the state-level in Oklahoma.
Out-of-state contractors who want to work on construction projects in the State of Oklahoma, must check with the local laws and ordinances of the city, county, town or municipality in which they choose to work. In most cases, the city will require contractors to submit construction plans, undergo a review and obtain the proper building permits for their projects.
*General Contractors should always notify the local licensing board if they hold a license in another state.
For more information about local laws, regulations and ordinances for General Contractors in the State of Oklahoma, please visit: