Description: General remodel
License Number: IDRCE-298
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This project is for the remodel of the kitchen area in an existing ... more

This project is for the remodel of the kitchen area in an existing single family dwelling. the is co
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Description: General residential
License Number: IDRCE-2327
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Remodel to enlarge the kitchen dining area and select interior part... more

Remodel to enlarge the kitchen dining area and select interior partition work to complete same along
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Boise, ID
Description: Electrical contractor
License Number: 018047
Recent Building Permit
Electrical permit-alteration: house remodel rewire

Electrical permit-alteration: house remodel rewire
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Description: Other
License Number: IDRCE-716
Recent Building Permit
This remodel project is for the reconfiguration of the master suite... more

This remodel project is for the reconfiguration of the master suite; kitchen; relocation of the fron
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Description: Finish labor
License Number: IDRCT-10780
Recent Building Permit
To remove 2 interior nonbearing walls between rear entry/laundry ro... more

To remove 2 interior nonbearing walls between rear entry/laundry room and existing kitchen and remod
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Description: General residential
License Number: IDRCE-795
Recent Building Permit
This exterior remodel project is proposed to include the reevalusti... more

This exterior remodel project is proposed to include the reevalustion of select retaing (landscape)
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Description: General remodel
License Number: IDRCT-26247
Recent Building Permit
Mechanical permit for gas fireplace

Mechanical permit for gas fireplace
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Description: General remodel
License Number: IDRCE-8047
Description: Other
License Number: IDRCE-8246
Description: General residential
License Number: IDRCE-8093
Recent Building Permit
This project is for the remodel to and the addition of 515s.f. of l... more

This project is for the remodel to and the addition of 515s.f. of living space to an existing 2230s.
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Description: General commercial
License Number: IDRCE-764
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Bond Amount: $75,000.00
Bonded: Yes
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(sarmc – north tower – 4th floor – or remodel) permit is to r... more

(sarmc – north tower – 4th floor – or remodel) permit is to remodel existing cardiovascular op
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Description: Plumbing plb, general
License Number: AZ208782
Recent Building Permit
Mechanical permit-alteration: (119 retail office) provide and insta... more

Mechanical permit-alteration: (119 retail office) provide and install 2 fan coil heat pump systems, with associated duct work
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Recent Building Permit
(idaho community foundation) removing existing carriage house, remo... more

(idaho community foundation) removing existing carriage house, remodel portions of the existing firs
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License Number: IDRCE-1245
Recent Building Permit
Meridian high school remodel phase 3a

Meridian high school remodel phase 3a
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