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Santa Fe Earthships operates out of Santa Fe, NM and holds a license according to the New Mexico contractors license board.
Santa Fe Earthships has a BuildZoom score of 90. A BuildZoom score of 90 means that the only information we have about this contractor is that their license is active and they can legally work in this area. In order to become licensed, a contractor must prove expertise, and in most states be bonded and insured.
Their license (NM57461) was verified as active when we last checked. If you are considering hiring Santa Fe Earthships, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.
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Pete Kuzov is a licensed general contractor working in carpentry and construction, both contemporary and historical. He manages and works on a var... more Pete Kuzov is a licensed general contractor working in carpentry and construction, both contemporary and historical. He manages and works on a variety of design, new construction, restoration and custom projects, including furniture, interiors, architectural elements (tea houses, kiva ladders), and greenhouses/sunrooms. He is currently working on an off-grid 5-acre land development project with solar power, rainwater catchment, etc. Pete spent his apprenticeship years as a journeyman carpenter in San Francisco and Berkeley, California, and the French quarter of New Orleans. Since 2007, PK Works has been working primarily on historic preservation projects including the restoration of the Fort Stanton Admin building (winner of a 2011 NM Heritage Preservation Award), the Coronado State Park Painted Kiva, Saint Augustine Church at Isleta Pueblo (2012 NM Heritage Preservation Award), and the Mission Church of Santa Ana de Tamaya (2013 NM Heritage Preservation Award).
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