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New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services:
Phone Number: (603) 271-3503
PO Box 95
Concord, NH 03302-0095
29 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03301
Abatement Supervisor: $200 (initial and renewal)
Abatement Worker: $50 (initial and renewal)
Consultant: $200 first category (initial and renewal)
$50 for each additional certification category on the same application (includes Inspector, Management Planner and Project Designer)
Disposal Site Worker: $50 (initial and renewal)
Abatement Contractor: $1,000 (initial)
Disposal Site Contractor: $250 (initial and renewal)
Water Well Contractor:
License application fee: $25
Examination fee for each license category: $10
There is an annual license fee based on the type of equipment (license category) used for well installation according to We 100-1000 Water Well Board Rules (see We 301.02 Fees). When a contractor owns different types of equipment, the fee is the highest applicable fee as follows:
Rotary Drill $225
Technical Drill $225
Cable Tool Drill $150
Wash and Point Well $150
Dug Well $100
Six to 10 weeks.
New Hampshire Office of Professional Licensure & Certification:
Main Telephone Number
Telephone: (603) 271-6766
Cell: (603) 419-6010
Division of Administration
Melissa Van Sickle
Telephone: (603) 271-0142
Electrician License Fees Master or High Medium Voltage
March, June, September & December: $270.00
February, May, August & November: $90.00
January, April, July & October: $180.00
“High/medium voltage power distribution system installation” means the installation, repair, alteration, and maintenance of electrical conductors, fittings, devices, fixtures, and equipment, from the source of supply to the first disconnecting means of a building or structure, for over 600 volt power distribution systems. The term shall also include the associated metering and controls of the distribution system, the secondary conductor terminations of the pad mount transformer, the underground conductors between the base of the pole and the secondary terminals of the pole mounted transformer, and the overhead conductors between the secondary terminals of the pole mounted transformer and the point of attachment to a building or structure, regardless of the voltage.
III-b. “High/medium voltage electrician” means a person who, as a business, hires or employs another, as defined in administrative rules, to make electrical installations on high/medium voltage power distribution systems operating at over 600 volts, or without hiring another, makes electrical installations on high/medium voltage power distribution systems operating at over 600 volts, including associated controls and metering, as a principal or auxiliary business for their own account.
III-c. “Incidental electrical work” means a job of minor consequence which occurs by chance, not needing calculations.
IV. “Journeyman electrician” means a person doing work of installing electrical wires, conduits, apparatus, fixtures and other electrical equipment. A journeyman electrician shall be employed by a master electrician, except as provided in RSA 319-C:10. Each journeyman electrician may have one apprentice electrician working with him and under his personal supervision. Each journeyman electrician shall work under the direction and supervision of a master electrician.
V. “Master electrician” means a person either employed by another master electrician or who, as a business, hires or employs another to do electrical work, or, without hiring another, makes electrical installations as a principal or auxiliary business for his or her own account. Each master electrician may have no more than 2 apprentice electricians working with him or her under his or her personal supervision, provided this authorization shall not apply to more than 6 master electricians for each work location.
New Hampshire Department of Safety:
33 Hazen Drive Concord, NH 03305
TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964
Gas Fitter: $190
Domestic Appliance: $170
Apprentice / Trainee: $90
New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services:
129 Pleasant Street | Concord, NH | 03301-3852
Lead Risk Assessor ($250)
Lead Inspector ($100)
Lead Abatement Supervisor ($125)
Lead Abatement Contractor ($300)
Lead Abatement Worker ($75)
New Hampshire DOT:
John O. Morton Building
PO Box 483 | 7 Hazen Drive
Concord, New Hampshire 03302-0483
Telephone: (603) 271-3734
Fax: (603) 271-3914