REGULAR/AFFILIATE Must be a licensed contractor holding a valid State of California Contractors License. Annual dues: $320, Semi Annual dues: $160. A $50 initial set-up fee is also required. There is an optional $125 annual charge to access the On-Line Plan Room.

ASSOCIATE Persons or entities engaged in supplying a product or service(s) to the construction industry, but not regulated by the Contractors State License Board. Annual Dues: $320, Semi-Annual dues: $160. A $50 initial set-up fee is also required. There is an optional $125 annual charge to access the On-Line Plan Room.

PROFESSIONAL Limited to a licensed individual, partnership or corporation engaged exclusively in architecture, engineering or building design. Professional members may not be a licensed contractor. Professional members may not check out plans. Annual dues: $150, no initial set-up fee required. Bulletin is sent by e-mail only, no On-Line Plan Room access.

Online Plan Room Subscription – access to plans 24-7 – $125 per year (with paid membership).

The Exchange’s Board of Directors reserves the right to increase dues from time to time to offset rising costs.

We Have Two Locations To Serve The Central Coast.
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San Luis Obispo
153 Cross Street Suite 130
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Office: (805) 543-7330
Fax: (805) 543-7016

4851 El Camino Real
Atascadero, CA 93422
Office: (805) 460-9670
Fax: (805) 460-9672

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The San Luis Obispo County Builders Exchange is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization formed to promote cooperation among licensed contractors and vendors in all aspects of the construction industry; to encourage quality construction; to find job opportunities for all its members through provision of plans; to provide public advocacy on behalf of the members at the local and state levels of government; and to make available training and continuing education in essential aspects of the industry.