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Dunlap, Gary Scott operates out of Plano, TX and holds an Architect license according to the Arizona contractors license board.

Dunlap, Gary Scott has a BuildZoom score of 90 and is rated in the top 30% of 222,249 contractors in Texas.

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2740 Dallas Pkwy #220, Plano, TX 75093 Edit

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105 Buildzoom Score 

Active License

64 Permits

105 Buildzoom Score 

Active License

23 Permits

105 Buildzoom Score 

Active License

25 Permits

Description: Architect
License Number: COARC-304153
Recent Building Permit
New restaurant and bar w/all mep/2003 ibc/a-2 occ grp/type v-b 1-18... more

New restaurant and bar w/all mep/2003 ibc/a-2 occ grp/type v-b 1-18-06--contacted kyle marg @ bury & partners-only 1 set of resubmittals received. additional set to be overnighted...vlg 1-19-06--received additional set. architecural seal and pe seals are not dated... contacted kelly kimberlin w/gha architecture. additional corrected set to be overnighted today..vlg 1-23-06--corrected set received...electrical pe seal approved..vlg 1/23/06 lvm that plans are ready for p/u vault q31/32 fees 2454.88***mc spoke to mr. powell in regards to the outstanding balance and he said that the contractor should be by either today or tomorrow to pay the outstanding balance......(jmb) 02/21/06 ******* plans were p/u by mike nicholas on 02/24/06 o.r. ******* mailed demand letter (jmb) 04/25/06 mailed 2nd demand letter (jmb) 05/05/06 ***7/6/06 issued 30day temp cofo pending traffic,*** ***8/3/06 issued 30day temp ext pending*** ***8/25/06 issued
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Description: Architect
Recent Building Permit
Spcl event / childress engineering (tent)

Spcl event / childress engineering (tent)
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Description: Architectural firms
License Number: TE3257
Recent Building Permit
10313 sq ft, cifo / paycor

10313 sq ft, cifo / paycor
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Key License Information

  • License Number: AZ40538
  • Status: Active
  • State: Arizona
  • Type: Architect
  • Date Issued: 2004-01-06

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Although the State of Arizona allows its residents to hire unlicensed contractors, however it strongly encourages them to hire licensed contractors for remodeling or construction work.

Dunlap, Gary Scott currently holds license AZ40538 (Architect), which was Active when we last checked.

How important is contractor licensing in Texas?

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Licensed contractors in Arizona with employees are required to carry workers' compensation insurance.

Financial recourse when hiring Dunlap, Gary Scott

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