Contractors that want to work on EEAST projects must complete a CCB EEAST Contractor Certification Application and satisfy the requirements below: Application:
Download the CCB EEAST Contractor Certification Application.
Cost is $50 per year and can be renewed annually.
1. The contractor must have a current, valid license with CCB.
2. The contractor must be a qualified business entity (equal opportunity employer or other).
3. The contractor, or a contractor's employee, must have one of the following certificates.
- ENERGY STAR Building Performance Institute (BPI) Silver Star contractor
- ENERGY STAR Building Performance Institute (BPI) Gold Star contractor
BPI certificate as:
- Building Analyst
- Air conditioning/heat pump
- Manufactured housing
- Oregon Energy Coordinators Association Residential Energy Analyst Program (REAP) certificate as:
- Energy Analyst-1
- Energy Analyst-2
- Shell Tech-1
- Diagnostic Tech-1
- Building Performance Specialist-1
4. The contractor must be eligible to receive a public works contract.
5. The contractor must not have violated :
- CCB rules or orders.
- Workers' Compensation Division rules or orders.
- OR-OSHA rules or orders.
- Federal or state wage or hour laws.
6. The contractor must certify the following.
- It will use local employees for its EEAST projects, if sufficient skilled labor is available.
- It will pay wages for EEAST projects at a rate of 180% of state minimum wage, unless federal prevailing wages are higher.
- It will pay prevailing wages for work on EEAST projects involving commercial structures.