Contact the Licensing Division:
The Licensing Division is responsible for determining eligibility of examinees, licensure and registration issuance, and renewals of registrations and licenses under the purview of the bureau. The division is also responsible for annual inspections of mobile home parks, the delegation of plan review and inspection authority for schools, processing applications to administer and enforce the code, and processing requests for assistance from local enforcing agencies.
Licensee and Registrant Information
Licenses can be applied for, renewed, or have status checked at: https://aca3.accela.com/lara/. Additionally, licenses can be applied for via mail or in-person at our office in Lansing.
NOTE: Residential Builders and Maintenance & Alteration Contractors are not licensed with the Bureau. Please contact the Bureau of Professional Licensing at 517-373-8068.
Examination, Licensing/Registration, and Applications
- Boiler Examination, Licensing Information and Applications
- Code Official Registration
- Electrical Licensing Information and Applications
- Elevator Examination Schedule, Licensing Information and Applications
- Mechanical Examination, Licensing Information and Applications
- Mobile Homes
- Plumbing Examination and Licensing Information, and Applications and Apprentice Registration
Continuing Education Programs
Request for Annual Delegation of School Plan Review and Inspection Authority
Pursuant to the School Building Act, 1937 PA 306, school districts may elect to have a plan review of school construction projects as well as inspections conducted by local building departments. For this to happen, both the school district and the unit of government(s) must complete, sign, and submit the application requesting annual delegation to the Bureau’s Licensing Division. Completion of this application certifies that full-time code officials, inspectors, and plan reviewers registered under the Skilled Trades Regulation Act, 2016 PA 407, will conduct plan reviews and inspections of buildings.
This certification must be submitted and approved annually. Only those governmental jurisdictions which document full-time inspectors and plan reviewers to enforce the complete range of construction codes, which includes the building, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing codes, may qualify for delegation of school construction authority.
Absent approval of the completed application requesting annual delegation from a school district and local building department, the State of Michigan, Bureau of Construction Codes has responsibility for construction code enforcement of school buildings within that unit of government.
The Local School Construction Enforcement List is a listing of those local code enforcement agencies, in conjunction with the local school board, that have received approval to locally enforce school construction within a particular school and/or school district.