New Specialty Licensing Requirements in Florida

Due to the passage of HB 1383 during the 2023 Legislative Session, the CILB (Construction Industry Licensing Board) is in the process of developing new specialty license categories. The new specialty license categories include the following:

  • structural aluminum or screen enclosures
  • marine seawall work
  • marine bulkhead work
  • marine dock work
  • marine pile driving
  • structural masonry
  • structural pre-stressed, precast concrete work
  • rooftop solar heating installation
  • structural steel
  • window and door installation
  • garage door installation
  • plaster and lath
  • structural carpentry

Based this bill being signed by the Gov. Desantis in 2023, the above work classifications will be required to be licensed through the states DBPR (Department of Business and Professional Regulation) agency.

Any and all licensing by DBPR requires a eligibility requirements to include, but not limited to:  Work Experience Verification, State Licensing Testing, and Rigorous Back Ground Checks.

All General Contractors, negotiating with Sub-Contractors for specialty job categories should be aware that many companies will not be eligible after a certain date, due to unlicensed activity.  And may put project time lines in jeopardy, or come to a halt all together.

After some research, our company falls within the guidelines, without interruption in services provided, due to our State of Florida Certified General Contractors License CGC1527509.

Once these requirements go into effect, our scheduling forecast will fill up quickly.  Send us your project for estimating to get in the system early.


5 year Anniversary for WW Build, Inc.

Company Trip to Cancun Mexico 2024

The day has finally arrived! After five years of hard work, dedication, and success, we are celebrating our company's 5-year anniversary! We have come a long way since we first started and are proud of all that we have achieved.

Today, we are reflecting on the last five years and looking ahead to the future. We are celebrating our accomplishments, the relationships we have built, and the opportunities we have created. We have so much to be thankful for, and we are excited to see what the future holds.

We are looking forward to continuing our mission of providing the best service to our customers. We also aspire to expand our reach to customers across the South East. We are committed to continuing to develop our team and creating an environment where everyone can reach their full potential.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful staff for their hard work and dedication which has been the driving force of our success. We are extremely proud of all that we have achieved and look forward to the future with optimism and enthusiasm. We know that, with the continued support of our dedicated staff, we will continue to grow and reach new heights. Here's to the next 5 years and beyond!

We are so grateful for all the hard work and dedication our amazing staff has given to our organization over the years. To show our appreciation, we are offering a special trip to Cancun, Mexico for all of our staff and their significant others.

We look forward to all the wonderful memories that will be created on this trip, and we are excited to have the opportunity to bond with each other and celebrate our accomplishments.

As we look back on the past five years, we are proud of what we have achieved together as a team and we are looking forward to the bright future ahead of us. We have so much to be thankful for and we are excited to see what the next five years will bring.

Our offices will be closed from February 8th - 12th, 2024.

WW Build Inc. Welcomes our new General Manager

Welcome Aboard Tom

Tighe, Tom - WW Build

WW Build, Inc. would like to welcome Tom Tighe as our new General Manager.  Tom will be responsible for improving efficiency and increasing departmental profits while managing the company's overall operations.  We feel he will be instrumental in the rapid growth of WW Build, Inc. in the near future.

Please contact Tom if you have any questions or comments on new project development.

Hurricane Ian Support

WW Build giving back. Supporting Operation Airdrop taking needed supplies to Southwest Florida hurricane survivors. 

We flew missions from Kissimmee Florida to North Pine Island to drop off much needed supplies to the local residence trapped on the island from the hurricane.  Then flew back to Punta Gorda Florida and picked up containers of BBQ pulled pork and vegetables to help feed the Cajun Navy running missions of rescue operations in areas of flooding.

Supplies continue to come in the warehouse for distribution
Just about ready to ship out
Loading up N777PB with supplies
In Flight to Pine Island
Picking up BBQ in Punta Gorda FL
Picking up BBQ in Punta Gorda FL
Picking up BBQ in Punta Gorda FL
Picking up BBQ in Punta Gorda FL
Dropping off hot BBQ for the Cajun Navy in Fort Myers (Paige Field)
Sad casualty of Hurricane Ian at Punta Gorda FL