Licensing Area: Contractor
ATTENTION: Insurance Certificate Information Electronic Online Submittal System
Provides faster processing of contractor insurance certificates.
Inform your insurance provider to submit your insurance certificate information online at https://pvl.ehawaii.gov/inikua
**New Online Submittal Option**
If your license is forfeited or your insurance is provided by a leasing company or out of state insurance provider; your certificate should be submitted via the “e-File Upload” online option.
Important: To Reduce the Processing Time of Insurance Certificates
DO NOT submit multiple copies of the same insurance certificate online and/or hardcopy as this will only increase the review and processing time of all certificates received.
Emailed certificates will not be accepted for processing.
Contact Information for Frequently Called Numbers
Professional and Vocational Licensing
- Request an application
- Inquire about licensing requirements
- Applicants can check on the status of an application
- Inquire about licensee maintenance requirements
RICO Consumer Resource Center
(808) 587-3295 or (808) 587-4272
- Verify if a person is licensed
- Request prior complaints history on a licensee
- File a complaint on a licensee
Residents on the neighbor islands may call by dialing the following toll free numbers followed by the last 5 digits of the phone numbers above and the # sign:
|Lanai & Molokai||1-800-468-4644|
P.O. Box 3469
Honolulu, HI 96801
- Responsible Managing Employee (RME)
- Sole Proprietor
Biennial September 30 every even numbered year.
On-time renewals for the licensing period of October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2018 concluded on Friday, September 30, 2016
All online renewals needed to be submitted through “MyPVL” at https://pvl.ehawaii.gov/mypvl by midnight (HST) September 30, 2016.
LATE RENEWAL/RESTORATIONS can be submitted through “MYPVL” until midnight (HST) November 15, 2016.
Failure to timely renew by the renewal date will result in the forfeiture of the license. After the renewal date, the forfeited license may be restored within 60 days and subject to meeting restoration requirements. Failure to restore a forfeited license within 60 days after the renewal date will result in the termination of the license and the person must apply as a new applicant and meet current licensing requirements.
Pursuant to Section 436B-14.5, HRS , any license held by a member of the armed forces, National Guard, or a reserve component that expires, is forfeited, or deemed delinquent while the member is on active duty and deployed during a state or national crisis shall be restored if certain restoration requirements are met. Military Renewal and Restoration Information Sheet.
Contractors License Board
John Polischeck, Jr., Industry, Chairperson
Tyrus Kagawa, Industry, Vice-Chairperson
Anacleto “Joey” Alcantara, Jr., Industry
Leslie Isemoto, Industry/Big Island
William A. Kamai, Public
Nathan T. Konishi, Industry/Kauai
Peter H. M. Lee, Public
Leonard K. P. Leong, Industry
Danny T. Matsuoka, Public
Kent Matsuzaki, Industry
Aldon K. Mochida, Industry/Maui
5 General Contractors
5 Specialty Contractors