This section offers information and links to contractors wanting to perform disaster work in several declared disaster areas throughout the United States. For an explanation of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers district divisions, which administer FEMA-funded contracts, click here. Send all additions and corrections to mgruver@rrpub.com.

State, local entities

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Alabama

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Mississippi

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Missouri

Federal

Insurance Companies

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A listing of some of the requirements contractors will need to address before they do disaster work in Alabama.

Alabama Federal Emergency Management Agency

Alabama

Alabama Licensing Board for General Contractors

334-272-5030

www.genconbd.state.al.us

Montgomery - Any general contractor working on a commercial industrial project costing $50,000.00 or more needs a license. This also applies to asbestos.

http://genconbd.alabama.gov/How_to_Apply.htm

How to apply for an Alabama license – instructions for both primes and subcontractors.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District (contract through Phillips & Jordan)

http://www.pandj.com/contact-us/emergency-recovery-subcontractor-sign-up.aspx

Insurance Requirements

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