The project has conducted 30 energy audits of fruit orchards and packing sheds in 10 Australian fruit growing regions: The audits covered temperate fruit businesses of varying sizes small, medium and large and showed where businesses can make changes to achieve greater energy savings in both the long and short-term. Created with Flickr Slideshow. Energy efficiency information survey Apple, pear, summerfruit and cherry growers recently participated in an energy efficiency information survey to determine where the main energy costs within an orchard packhouse come from.
The Legislature declares that the provisions of this chapter relating to the discipline of licensees are intended to promote public confidence and trust in the competence and integrity of licensees and to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public. As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires, the words and terms defined in NRS A contractor is any person, except a registered architect or a licensed professional engineer, acting solely in a professional capacity, who in any capacity other than as the employee of another with wages as the sole compensation, undertakes to, offers to undertake to, purports to have the capacity to undertake to, or submits a bid to, or does himself or herself or by or through others, construct, alter, repair, add to, subtract from, improve, move, wreck or demolish any building, highway, road, railroad, excavation or other structure, project, development or improvement, or to do any part thereof, including the erection of scaffolding or other structures or works in connection therewith.
Evidence of the securing of any permit from a governmental agency or the employment of any person on a construction project must be accepted by the Board or any court of this State as prima facie evidence that the person securing that permit or employing any person on a construction project is acting in the capacity of a contractor pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
A contractor includes a subcontractor or specialty contractor, but does not include anyone who merely furnishes materials or supplies without fabricating them into, or consuming them in the performance of, the work of a contractor.
A contractor includes a construction manager who performs management and counseling services on a construction project for a professional fee. A contractor does not include an owner of a planned unit development who enters into one or more oral or written agreements with one or more general building contractors or general engineering contractors to construct a work of improvement in the planned unit development if the general building contractors or general engineering contractors are licensed pursuant to this chapter and contract with the owner of the planned unit development to construct the entire work of improvement.
Knowledge of any particular fact may be inferred from the knowledge of such other facts as should put an ordinarily prudent person upon inquiry. The provisions of this chapter do not apply to: Work performed exclusively by an authorized representative of the United States Government, the State of Nevada, or an incorporated city, county, irrigation district, reclamation district, or other municipal or political corporation or subdivision of this State.
Any entity that is recognized as exempt under section c 3 of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U. An officer of a court when acting within the scope of his or her office. Work performed exclusively by a public utility operating pursuant to the regulations of the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada on construction, maintenance and development work incidental to its business.
An owner of property who is building or improving a residential structure on the property for his or her own occupancy and not intended for sale or lease.
The sale or lease, or the offering for sale or lease, of the newly built structure within 1 year after its completion creates a rebuttable presumption for the purposes of this section that the building of the structure was performed with the intent to sell or lease that structure.
An owner of property who requests an exemption pursuant to this subsection must apply to the Board for the exemption. The Board shall adopt regulations setting forth the requirements for granting the exemption.
The sale or installation of any finished product, material or article of merchandise which is not fabricated into and does not become a permanent fixed part of the structure. The construction, alteration, improvement or repair of personal property.
The construction, alteration, improvement or repair financed in whole or in part by the Federal Government and conducted within the limits and boundaries of a site or reservation, the title of which rests in the Federal Government.
An owner of property, the primary use of which is as an agricultural or farming enterprise, building or improving a structure on the property for his or her use or occupancy and not intended for sale or lease.
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Construction oversight services provided to a long-term recovery group by a qualified person within a particular geographic area that is described in a proclamation of a state of emergency or declaration of disaster by the State or Federal Government, including, without limitation, pursuant to NRS A long-term recovery group may reimburse such reasonable expenses as the qualified person incurs in providing construction oversight services to that group.
Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, nothing in this subsection authorizes a person who is not a licensed contractor to perform the acts described in paragraphs a and b of subsection 1 of NRS As used in this subsection: A person licensed as a real estate broker, real estate broker-salesperson or real estate salesperson pursuant to chapter of NRS who, acting within the scope of the license or a permit to engage in property management issued pursuant to NRS Such assistance includes, without limitation, assisting a client in the hiring of any number of licensed contractors to perform the work.
Nothing in this subsection authorizes the performance of any work for which a license is required pursuant to this chapter by a person who is not licensed pursuant to this chapter or the payment of any additional compensation to a person licensed as a real estate broker, real estate broker-salesperson or real estate salesperson for assisting a client in scheduling the work.
Contract pertaining to federal aid. If any provision or condition contained in this chapter conflicts with any provision of federal law, or a rule or regulation made under federal law pertaining to federal aid contracts, such provision in conflict with the federal law, rule or regulation does not apply on federal aid contracts to the extent such conflict exists, but all provisions of this chapter with which there is no such conflict do apply to federal aid contracts.
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