reinforcing and application of plaster and other cement-related products. A contractor's scope of practice under this Subsection (2)(n) also includes:
(i) excavation, grading, compacting, and laying of fill or other related base;
(ii) painting or coating the surfaces, including striping, directional, and other types of symbols or letters; and
(iii) fabrication, construction, and installation of forms and shoring material.
(o) S270 - Drywall, Paint, and Plastering Contractor. A contractor's scope of practice under this Subsection (2)(o) includes construction, installation, fabrication, and application of:
(i) drywall, gypsum, wallboard panels and assemblies, lightweight metal and non-bearing wall partitions, ceiling tile and panels, and the grid system required for placement;
(ii) insulating media in buildings and structures for temperature control, sound control, fireproofing, mechanical insulation of pipes, ducts, or conduits;
(iii) stucco, stucco to lathe, plaster, and other surfaces; and
(iv) paints, varnishes, shellacs, stains, waxes and other coatings or pigments.
(p) S280 - Roofing Contractor. A contractor's scope of practice under this Subsection (2)(p) includes:
(i) application and installation of asphalt, pitch, tar, felt, flax, shakes, shingles, roof tile, slate, and any other material or materials, or any combination of these materials that use and custom has established as usable for, or that are now used as, water-proof, weatherproof, or watertight seal or membranes for roofs and surfaces;
(ii) any material attached to the roof;
(iii) roof conversion;
(iv) installation of non-electrical skylights;
(v) installation of electrical skylights, if the electrical connection is performed by a contractor under Subsection (2)(g) or (2)(h);
(vi) installation of any insulating media in buildings and structures for the sole purpose of temperature control, sound control, fireproofing, and mechanical insulation of pipes, ducts, or conduits; and
(vii) incidental work including the installation of a roof clamp ring to the roof drain.
(q) S310 - Foundation, Excavation, and Demolition Contractor. A contractor's scope of practice under this Subsection (2)(q) includes:
(i) moving of the earth's surface and rock or placing earthen materials on the earth's surface, by use of hand or power machinery and tools, including explosives, in any operation of cut, fill, excavation, grading, trenching, backfilling, smashing, crushing, or combination thereof as they are generally practiced in the construction trade;
(ii) excavation, drilling, compacting, pumping, sealing and other work necessary to construct, alter, or repair piers, piles, footings, and foundations placed in the earth's subsurface to prevent structural settling and to provide an adequate capacity to sustain or transmit the structural load to the soil or rock below; and
(iii) raising, cribbing, underpinning, moving, and removal of a building, structure, or matter appurtenant or incidental to any building or structure.
(r) S330 - Landscape and Recreation Contractor. A contractor's scope of practice under this Subsection (2)(r) includes the following:
(i) The grading and preparing of land for architectural, horticultural, or decorative treatment.
(ii) The arrangement, and planting of gardens, lawns, shrubs, vines, bushes, trees, or other decorative vegetation.
(iii) construction, fabrication, and installation of:
(A) swimming pools, prefabricated pools, spas, decorative pools, tanks, fountains, sprinkler systems, and water distribution systems for artificial watering or irrigation, for systems that are not connected to the culinary water system, or that are connected to the culinary water system but separated from the culinary water system by a backflow prevention device, the contractor may connect the system to the backflow prevention device;
(B) metal fireboxes, fireplaces, and wood or coal-burning stoves, including the installation of venting and exhaust systems if the individual performing the installation is RMGA-certified;
(C) retaining walls except retaining walls that are intended to hold vehicles, structures, equipment or other non-natural fill materials within the area located within a 45 degree angle from the base of the retaining wall to the level of where the additional weight bearing vehicles, structures, equipment or other non-natural fill materials are located;
(D) pergolas, patios, patio areas, and decking, including the deck structure and substructure;
(E) hothouses, greenhouses, walks, and garden lighting of class two or class three power-limited circuits as defined in the National Electrical Code;
(F) flag poles, fences, guardrails, handrails, and barriers;
(G) sports and athletic courts, ranges, and fields including football fields, tennis courts, racquetball courts, handball courts, basketball courts, bowling alleys, shooting ranges, running tracks, playgrounds, playground equipment, rock climbing walls, or any similar court, field, surface, or related components; this includes poles, standards, surface painting or coatings, floors, floor subsurface, wall surface, perimeter walls, perimeter fencing, scoreboards, or other equipment; and
(H) incidental concrete, excavation, or asphalt work related to the scope of practice under Subsection (2)(r).
(iv) A contractor's scope of practice under Subsection (2)(r) does not include any electrical or plumbing trade work. A contractor under Subsection (2)(r) may hire or subcontract with a contractor licensed under Subsections (2)(g) or (2)(h) or (2)(j) or (2)(k) for their projects.