BNG Enterprises Inc

104
Albuquerque, NM 2 reviews
Description: Mm98-gb2-mhd3-jpg-jr-epa iv-water authority backflow
License Number: 83625/C83625/942978/30146/230061/AUWA#1575
Bond Amount: 1,000,000
Bonded: Yes

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Nigel Nowlin Contracting

101
Albuquerque, NM
Description: Gb98
License Number: NM357175
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Bond Amount: $200,000

Dnl Construction Company

Albuquerque, NM
Description: Gb98
License Number: 366835
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Residential renovation
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