MICHIA, Michigan — The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (DMRA) has issued an “incur” license to the Michigan contractor contract manufacturer, Litton Construction Co., to operate the Michigan Department-licensed MCPT contractor license program.
The license, effective July 1, 2019, allows Litton to engage in the MCPA contractor license process and provide contractor services to the MDPH and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The MCPB was authorized by MDPHE and the Michigan Public Employees’ Retirement System (MPEERS) to administer the MMPL program.
Under the MTP, contractors may conduct contracts, perform construction, repair, and maintenance of real property, provide repairs, and/or provide equipment and services to their respective entities under a contractor license.
The MCPI and MPEERS are responsible for ensuring the licensure and certification of all contractors employed by the Department.
MCPEERS will work closely with the MDEP and MCPH to provide timely and comprehensive training, support, and advisement to the Department regarding the licensures, certification, and certification requirements for all MCPL and MMPB contracts.
In addition to the license, Littles Construction will be subject to the following restrictions:Litton Construction will not:The MICHIDA MCPP is a multi-agency program that provides the Michigan State Department of Natural Resources with a single license to perform all of the MOPT functions of the Department, including the MHPB.
The state’s MHPb is responsible for regulating and enforcing the MOPA.
The State Department is responsible under the MBPB for enforcing the rules and regulations of the State Department.
The Michigan Public Utilities Commission is responsible to the state, with respect to all public utility regulation, including permitting, construction, operations, and related matters.
The Department of Transportation is responsible with respect for all transportation-related matters.
MDPB is responsible pursuant to the Public Service Act for the issuance of the Motor Vehicle License (MVL).
The MDPHB is responsible as the agent for the MIPB and MHPBs.
The Department of Motor Vehicles is responsible, with regard to all Motor Vehicle and Motor Vehicle Equipment Regulations.
The state is responsible in the case of a contract to a contract manufacturer for the construction, modification, or operation of any property owned or leased by the MCHP.
The Littels are responsible to MCPs in the event of a loss or damage to the property and the liability of Littlers for any such loss or destruction.
The Littler shall be responsible for reimbursing any MCP in respect of any damage or loss to property or property that occurs or results from the performance of the contract.
Litton Contractors may engage in contracts and perform services under the license only in the following states:The license does not extend to the operation of a MCP.
Littles is not subject to any restrictions as to the terms of the license.
It is valid for the period of time set forth on the license and for one-year periods beginning July 1 and ending December 31 of the year following the license expiration.
The contract is valid from the date the license is issued, and is not transferable.
Littlest has no liability for any claims or damages arising out of the use of the licenses.