Insured – The name of the insured must match the name of the company on your application/license/registration EXACTLY. The name of the insured must include any and all trade names.
Certificate Holder – The certificate holder must be Pikes Peak Regional Building Department, 2880 International Circle, Colorado Springs, CO 80910.
Coverage - You must maintain coverage for all work that is possible within your contractor license/registration. For example (but not limited to), if you are able to work on both residential AND commercial properties, insurance coverage for both residential and commercial construction work is required.
Policy Number – A policy number must be listed on the certificate. A certificate that indicates the policy is pending or temporary or a binder will result in the insurance obligation to expire immediately or immediately upon temporary coverage expiration. Once a policy number has been assigned, a new insurance certificate must be provided to the Department.
10-day Cancellation/Reduction Clause – Each policy of insurance shall contain an endorsement to the effect that the insurance carrier shall notify the Department at least ten (10) calendar days in advance of the effective date of any reduction or cancellation of the policy.
|LICENSE CATEGORY||GENERAL LIABILITY POLICY ($)||XCU**|
|Bodily injury||Property damage||C.S.L.*|
|Building Contractor A||100,000/300,000||100,000||500,000|
|Building Contractor B or C||100,000/300,000||100,000||300,000|
|Building Contractor D|
|Building Contractor E or F||50,000/100,000||100,000||300,000|
|Electrical, Fire Alarm, Mechanical, Plumbing & Water Connected Appliance Contractors||50,000/100,000||100,000||300,000|
|Worker’s Compensation required in accordance with State Statutes|
|* =Combined Single Limit, ** = Explosion, Collapse & Underground|
Worker's Compensation – A current certificate of Worker’s Compensation in compliance is required if the contractor has employees. If the business has no employees, a Rejection of Coverage in compliance with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment Division of Worker’s Compensation is required. If you have questions regarding filing or approval of Rejection of Worker’s Compensation Coverage contact the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment Division of Worker’s Compensation at 303-318-8700 or visit their website for more information https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dwc/forms .
Certificates of Insurance and Rejection of Worker’s Compensation Coverage forms may be emailed to Licensing@pprbd.org, faxed to 719-327-2951, or a hard copy may be mailed or provided in person.