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Manufactured structures

For general inquiries, call (651) 284-5092.

Important note: For qualifying persons (QI), continuing education requirements for manufactured home installers will need to have been completed by the 2015 manufactured home installer license renewal date. See requirements under continuing education for more detailed information.   

Find out more about the three areas of manufactured structures the Construction Codes and Licensing Division oversees in Minnesota:

The Construction Codes and Licensing Division regulates manufactured housing (mobile homes) and prefabricated buildings. It answers consumer inquiries and complaints regarding manufactured homes and prefabricated structures, plus provides training and education seminars for building officials, manufacturers, dealers and installers. The section is responsible for licensing manufactured-home manufacturers and dealers.

It also reviews plans and specifications of prefabricated buildings for compliance with the State Building Code to include building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and energy. The section maintains installation seal requirements for installers of manufactured homes. It periodically inspects manufacturers of housing and prefabricated buildings for compliance with applicable, approved, quality-control procedures and the State Building Code.

Seals and certificates

arrow E-Licensing surcharge is in effect (PDF)

arrow 2008 manufactured structures legislative overview

arrow Manufactured structures training/seminar request form

arrow Manufactured home flood damage assessment and mitigation


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