Description: General commercial contractor, residential/general contractor
License Number: TE58376
Recent Building Permit
Construction of restaurant/bar with kitchen, storage and office space.

Construction of restaurant/bar with kitchen, storage and office space.
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Kisloski Construction Group Inc

Buffalo, NY 1 review
Description: Hic - home improvement contractor
License Number: ERHIC11-519496

Thomas Plumbing & Heating

Buffalo, NY 1 review
Description: Plu - plumbers master
License Number: ERPLU11-155761
Recent Building Permit
Plumbing - alteration type 1 interior remodel , relocation of sprin... more

Plumbing - alteration type 1 interior remodel , relocation of sprinkler heads and new certificate of occupancy for existing multi-family dwelling
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Description: Hic - home improvement contractor
License Number: ERHIC11-557280
Recent Building Permit
Alteration type 2 - gen const filing to refurbish existing commerci... more

Alteration type 2 - gen const filing to refurbish existing commercial space for pizzeria as per plans. no change in use, egress or occupancy.
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Description: Hic - home improvement contractor
License Number: ERHIC11-517238
Recent Building Permit
Alteration type 2 - gen construct proposed enlargement to existing ... more

Alteration type 2 - gen construct proposed enlargement to existing medical center. parttions, staircase o basement..sheetrocking wall in basemen t.
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License Number: NY38613
Recent Building Permit
Alteration type 2 - gen. constr remodel of bank space including dem... more

Alteration type 2 - gen. constr remodel of bank space including demo & construction of partitions, c
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Description: Spc - speciality contractor
License Number: ERSPC11-548620
Description: Spc - speciality contractor
License Number: ERSPC11-550314

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Description: Spc - speciality contractor
License Number: ERSPC11-542020
Recent Building Permit
Alteration type 3 - construction equipment - sidewalk-shed installa... more

Alteration type 3 - construction equipment - sidewalk-shed installation of 785 linear feet of heavy duty sidewalk shed for waterproofing and repointing of facade only. all work to comply with ll 33/91. no change of use, egress or occupancy under this application.
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Description: Hic - home improvement contractor
License Number: ERHIC11-517613
Description: Hmc - handyman contractor
License Number: ERHMC12-10024103
Description: Hic - home improvement contractor
License Number: ERHIC11-518474
Description: Hic - home improvement contractor
License Number: ERHIC11-517148
Description: Hic - home improvement contractor
License Number: ERHIC11-518127
Description: Hic - home improvement contractor
License Number: ERHIC11-560231

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