License Number: INGC1200203
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Wilcox environmental engineering inc

Wilcox environmental engineering inc
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License Number: INH0010008
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Metes & bounds / modify existing hvac system to match mdas new spac... more

Metes & bounds / modify existing hvac system to match mdas new space plan / cs gsb / washington twp
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Description: Architects
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Drop off # 12107 julian johnson's irvington / pyramid architecture ... more

Drop off # 12107 julian johnson's irvington / pyramid architecture & engineering/ commercial remodel
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License Number: INHL1200003
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Htg13-07712 i pulled this permit & permit # htg13-07591 they both h... more

Htg13-07712 i pulled this permit & permit # htg13-07591 they both have the same address and when i turned in 07591 i was not aware this was also outstanding. i received first notice on this 12-3-14 or i would have certainly taken care of it. i have had a license for 30+ years and i always take care of these. i missed (two) on the same address. please consider waiving these charges. ***see activities
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License Number: INGL1200076
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Complete tear off and re-roof

Complete tear off and re-roof
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Description: Professional engineer
License Number: IL062050301
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Replace sewer line between the clean out and the original basement ... more

Replace sewer line between the clean out and the original basement wall
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License Number: INC8398600
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Soil borings along troy ave directly east of harding st for ceg pro... more

Soil borings along troy ave directly east of harding st for ceg project #92ls00356 from 9/10/14 thru 9/11/14; emergency contact: michael oslos 695-2431
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Description: Professional engineer
License Number: IL062059277
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Iu cancer hospital construction of a new cancer hospital adjacent t... more

Iu cancer hospital construction of a new cancer hospital adjacent to the existing indiana univ. hosp.. north of michigan st. between university blvd. and barnhill drive.
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Historic review - submitted june 15, 1994, lot 292, liberty creek n... more

Historic review - submitted june 15, 1994, lot 292, liberty creek north, section five "a"
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Major engineering office new 2-story commercial bldg with 1-story a... more

Major engineering office new 2-story commercial bldg with 1-story att gar (vaulted ceiling) /
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Description: General engineering contractor
License Number: 936592
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Description: Professional engineer
License Number: IL062059753
Description: Professional engineer
License Number: IL062056564
Description: Professional engineer
License Number: IL062048402

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