Description: General contractor
License Number: JO2013-4698
Recent Building Permit
Where: in pavement in front of 1916 grand blvd. reason for excavati... more

Where: in pavement in front of 1916 grand blvd. reason for excavation:_ water kill @ curb. water register no.:k147537. before commencing work the permitee herein will give 24 hours notification to residents adjacent to work area of the scope and estimated duration of the work.
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Description: General contractor
License Number: JO2012-5805
Recent Building Permit
Interior remodel as per plans

Interior remodel as per plans
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Description: General contractor
License Number: MA49162REG2
Recent Building Permit
Extend half walls to ceiling of sanctuary @ first baptist church of... more

Extend half walls to ceiling of sanctuary @ first baptist church of chesterfield
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Description: General commercial contractor
License Number: AZ140386
Recent Building Permit
Epa- interior demolition only

Epa- interior demolition only
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Description: General building contractor
License Number: 820637
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Application #: a08-0064 sprint-nextel- the demolition permit is “... more

Application #: a08-0064 sprint-nextel- the demolition permit is “at risk” since building permit comments have not been completed to date. the applicant must understand that prior to the issuance of the building permit that all comments must be addressed to staff’s satisfaction which will include any applicable revised sheets/drawings. there are two major items that will need to be addressed; the addition of a row of shrubs along the east wall elevation and the east elevation’s gate swing. the gate along the east elevation currently proposes to swing into the parking stalls. this is not acceptable. there needs to be enough clearance for the gates to swing and to have a car parked in the designated space. staff is proposing the possibility of the gates swinging inwards or the reconfiguring of the parking stalls; with the understanding they still meet code, which is a minimum depth of 18.5 ft., 9 ft. wide and a minimum drive aisle width of 25 ft. also, we need assurance that all the louver panels (existing and proposed) will match. finally, the new screen wall needs to be taller than the proposed additional generator and transformer.
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Description: General building contractor
License Number: 834013
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Dwlg & att gar dwell r-3 wood 1373 43936 prigr m-1 wood 425 4463 pa... more

Dwlg & att gar dwell r-3 wood 1373 43936 prigr m-1 wood 425 4463 pat m v-n 72 403 air r-3 r 1373 329
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Description: General contractor
License Number: 2015-7753
Recent Building Permit
Tenant finish per plans reviewed for code compliance.

Tenant finish per plans reviewed for code compliance.
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Elite Root Control Llc

St Joseph, MO
Description: General contractor

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Description: General contractor
License Number: JO2013-4514
Recent Building Permit
Project name:liberty north high school - off-site sanitary sewer ge... more

Project name:liberty north high school - off-site sanitary sewer general description: liberty north
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Description: General engineering contractor, general building contractor, hazardous substances removal
License Number: 755238
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Seismic addendum- monsanto, greenhouse; 14bld-06464

Seismic addendum- monsanto, greenhouse; 14bld-06464
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Description: Municipal & utility construction, highway, railroad, airport construction, concrete, general
License Number: AR0032110311
Recent Building Permit
New comm'l bldg; drc app'l 2/01/08

New comm'l bldg; drc app'l 2/01/08
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Description: General contractor
License Number: JO2013-5574
Recent Building Permit
Tenant finish per plans reviewed for code compliance.

Tenant finish per plans reviewed for code compliance.
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Description: General contractor
License Number: 2015-7856
Description: General contractor
License Number: JO2013-2015
Recent Building Permit
Demolish office building.

Demolish office building.
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Description: General contractor
License Number: JO2012-3425
Bonded: Yes
Recent Building Permit
Land development division 5th floor city hall project name: bellmo ... more

Land development division 5th floor city hall project name: bellmo properties - new entrance general
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