The construction industry has an abundance of surety bond requirements. This is primarily due various risks associated with the trades. You will find bond required for permits, licenses and specific projects. With Florida's continual growth, the State government, and several cities and counties, use surety bonds as a way to financially protect the citizens of Florida.
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Florida has 40 cities that require some type of surety bond to do construction, some of which include Right-of-Way Bonds and License Bonds.
There are about 20 Florida counties where those performing various construction jobs must file a surety bond.
Florida contractors with a credit score below 660 must file a Construction License Bond with the Construction Industry Licensing Board.
If you are the designated Financially Responsible Officer (FRO) for a construction company, you must purchase and maintain a $100,000 Financially Responsible Officer Bond.
Companies extracting limestone and sand for construction materials in Florida need a $100,000 Construction Materials Mining Company Bond on file with the Department of Financial Services.
A Painted Galvanized Steel and Aluminum Structures Warranty Bond must be on file with the Florida Department of Transportation before fabricators can begin painting such structures.
Florida recreational vehicle dealers and manufacturers, and mobile home dealers, manufacturers, and installers, need a surety bond filed with the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
The Permitted Work Performance Bond (aka Right of Way Bond) is required for developers who have won a bid on a construction project within a public right-of-way area.
Several unions across Florida require employers of union laborers to hold a Wage and Welfare Bond to guarantee payment of wages, benefits, fees, and more.