Description: Contractors general
License Number: TE45530
Description: General contractor non residential
License Number: IOC106337
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Description: General contractor non residential
License Number: IOC003445
Description: Residential/general contractor
Description: Residential/general contractor
Description: Residential/general contractor
Description: Residential builder, building
License Number: AR0025550411
Description: Building, residential builder, specialty, specialty
License Number: AR0014200211

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License Number: AR0027550411
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License Number: AR0199230411
Description: Residential builder
License Number: AR0102520910
Description: Construction and remodeling services
License Number: TE24751
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See original permit cact 2011-15227 which has been cancelled. this permit to finish out a 10000 sf shell space for petco retail space. use is pc in scc zoning. under 40000 sf. …………pursuant to ordinance no. 2006-1263 of the metropolitan code of laws i (the holder on this permit) hereby certify that all construction and demolition waste generated by any and all activities governed by this permit shall be disposed of in an approved landfill. further i certify that no construction and demolition waste shall be stored on the property in violation of any provision of the metropolitan code….
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Description: Metal buildings, roofing,sheetmetal,& siding
License Number: MI14276 SC
Description: Residential builder, building
License Number: AR0064770511
Description: Residential builder, building
License Number: AR0001240211

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