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New Mexico Operating Engineers License

New Mexico Regulation & Licensing Dept. Construction Industries Division
PO Box 25101
Santa Fe, NM 87504

Qualifications and type of exam is unknown at this time.

Residency & License Reciprocity is unknown Licenses are required throughout the state except for Albuquerque which has its own license law.

The State of New Mexico has 4 licensing levels:

  1. New Mexico Chief Boiler Technician
  2. New Mexico Boiler Operator Level I
  3. New Mexico Boiler Operator Level II
  4. New Mexico Boiler Operator Level III


Albuquerque

Albuquerque Planning Department
Building & Safety Division 600 Second Street
Albuquerque, NM 87102

The City of Albuquerque requires operator in attendance

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