Glass, glazing and aluminium licence - Queensland

Description

You will require this licence if you intend to glaze and reglaze buildings and fabricate and install glass with a value of more than $3,300. This licence will allow you to:

  • glaze and reglaze buildings
  • fabricate and install windows and doors in buildings
  • fabricate and install shower screens and metal framed sliding wardrobe doors whether mirrored or otherwise
  • fabricate and install security screens and doors
  • fabricate, install and reglaze commercial glazing, including shopfronts, windows, doors, toughened glass assemblies, aluminium glazing systems, curtain walling systems, balustrades and watertight glazing
  • fabricate and install fixed mirrors
  • fabricate install and reglaze architectural engineered glazing including suspended and overhead glazing and structural balustrades
  • construct and repair lead light panels
  • apply film patterns and designs to glass.

You can apply for this licence as a:

  • contractor - allows you to perform, supervise and enter into contracts for building work
  • company - allows a company to contract for and perform building work, provided a person is nominated as a supervisor
  • nominee supervisor - allows you to supervise work on behalf of a licensed company, but not to perform building work
  • site supervisor - allows you to supervise work on behalf of a licensed contractor, but not to perform building work.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Your requirements will vary depending on your class of licence. To be eligible, you will need to meet the appropriate:

  • technical requirements
  • experience requirements
  • managerial requirements
  • financial requirements.

If you do not meet the technical qualifications, you may be able to obtain one through recognition of prior learning (RPL) by a registered training organisation (RTO). Please see the attached resources for specific information on these requirements.

If you are an interstate applicant, you may be eligible to obtain a licence through mutual recognition. If you are an international applicant, you may have to have an overseas qualification assessed for equivalency prior to applying.

Duration

1 or 3 years.

Fees

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Application process

Apply

To apply for this licence, you will need to fill out the licence application form, building and designer experience form and complete the referee report, providing:

  • evidence of your qualifications
  • financial information showing that you meet the minimum financial requirements
  • proof of identity
  • a current copy of your Record of Registration form from ASIC, if you are contracting under a trading name
  • if you are contracting under a partnership, proof of the business partnership
  • the applicable fees

Approval time

Applications will take approximately 6 - 12 weeks to be processed, depending on their complexity.

Transfer

You can not transfer this licence.

Additional information

You can undertake incidental work outside your licence class to finish a job, provided the total value of the work does not exceed $3,300. The value of the building work includes all labour and material costs and should be included in your contract.

Administering agency

Queensland Building and Construction Commission

Contact details

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Please use these contact details for help or more information:

Customer Contact Centre

Queensland Building and Construction Commission

Operating address: 299 Montague Road
West End, Queensland 4101
Mailing address: GPO BOX 5099
Brisbane, Queensland 4001
Phone: 13 93 33
Fax: 07 3225 2999
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