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225 ILCS 317/16

    (225 ILCS 317/16)
    Sec. 16. Fire sprinkler contractor license.
    (a) A person applying for a fire sprinkler contractor license shall have a designated certified person who meets the requirements pursuant to Section 20 or a responsible managing employee pursuant to Section 120 employed at the business location. The designated certified person or responsible managing employee shall be identified on the license application.
    (b) A person applying for a fire sprinkler contractor license shall show proof of having liability and property damage insurance in such amounts and under such circumstances as may be determined by the Office. The amount of liability and property damage insurance, however, shall not be less than the amount specified in Section 35.
    (c) A person applying for a fire sprinkler contractor license shall show proof of having workers' compensation insurance covering its employees or be approved as a self-insurer of workers' compensation in accordance with the laws of this State.
    (d) A fire sprinkler contractor licensee shall have a separate license for each business location within the State or outside the State when the business location is responsible for any installation, repair, inspection, testing, maintenance, or service of fire sprinkler systems performed within the State.
    (e) When an individual proposes to do business in his or her own name, a license, when granted, shall be issued only to that individual.
    (f) If the applicant requesting licensure to engage in contracting is a business organization, such as a partnership, corporation, business trust, or other legal entity, the application shall state the name of the partnership and its partners, the name of the corporation and its officers and directors, the name of the business trust and its trustees, or the name of the other legal entity and its members and shall furnish evidence of statutory compliance if a fictitious name is used. Application for a fire sprinkler contractor license shall also show that the business entity employs a designated certified person or responsible managing employee. The license, when issued upon application of a business organization, shall be in the name of the business organization and the name of the qualifying designated certified person or responsible managing employee shall be noted on the license. Changes to the information required in this Section shall be reported to the Office within 30 days after the change.
    (g) Each fire sprinkler contractor shall be subject to requirements for license renewal and continuing education under Section 35.
(Source: P.A. 102-612, eff. 8-27-21.)