Chicago-Mex Construction Co.

113
Chicago, IL
License Number: TGC029238
Recent Building Permit
Revision to permit # 100465580 issued 8/12/2013 to change the gener... more

Revision to permit # 100465580 issued 8/12/2013 to change the general contractor to chicago-mex construction.
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Description: Roofing
License Number: 104013747
Recent Building Permit
Single family remodel

Single family remodel
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My Super Handyman

110
Chicago, IL

New Edge Improvement Co.

Chicago, IL 3 reviews
Recent Building Permit
Roof - reshingle actual issue date 7/29/14 ****chg of contr to new ... more

Roof - reshingle actual issue date 7/29/14 ****chg of contr to new edge improvement
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Description: Roofing
Recent Building Permit
New gutters, soffit & fascia

New gutters, soffit & fascia
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Van Der Bosch Plumbing Inc.

Chicago, IL
Description: Plumbing contractors
Recent Building Permit
Repl water heater actual issue date 12/12/06 permit abandoned - no ... more

Repl water heater actual issue date 12/12/06 permit abandoned - no finals done
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Pch Construction Company Inc

Chicago, IL 3 reviews
Description: Electric
License Number: EL-000275
Bond Amount: 10,000
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Single family remodel

Single family remodel
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B. Leonard Construction, Llc.

Chicago, IL 1 review
Recent Building Permit
Replace soffit and gutters. no other work on this permit and all wo... more

Replace soffit and gutters. no other work on this permit and all work sae
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Lakeview Environmental & Construction Co, Llc.

Chicago, IL 1 review
Recent Building Permit
Repair fascia & soffit- all work same as existing

Repair fascia & soffit- all work same as existing
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Recent Building Permit
Replace wooden soffit in front and side of one story building. no o... more

Replace wooden soffit in front and side of one story building. no other work to be done. no structur
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Description: General engineering contractor, general building contractor
License Number: 927987
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Supplemental to permti no. 11016-10000-13558: provide temporary exi... more

Supplemental to permti no. 11016-10000-13558: provide temporary exit stairway from 4th floor to 3rd floor from december 29th, 2014 to feb 15, 2015. (see comments)
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Description: Hvac
License Number: PL-2013-052
Recent Building Permit
Replace facia and soffit, gutters, and downspouts. replace/repair e... more

Replace facia and soffit, gutters, and downspouts. replace/repair existing drywall ~50 sheets. repla
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Description: Roofing
Recent Building Permit
Tear off and replace roof, soffits, fascia, gutters, downspouts

Tear off and replace roof, soffits, fascia, gutters, downspouts
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Description: Roofing contractor
License Number: IL104002940
Recent Building Permit
Garage repairs: roof tear-off down to sheathing, replace/repair rot... more

Garage repairs: roof tear-off down to sheathing, replace/repair rotted deck, rafters, soffit and fac
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Pgc Home Renovators

Chicago, IL 2 reviews

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