Description: Architect
License Number: IL001020762
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Rsvn to b1306050/ unit#2503/ revision to plans mechanical

Rsvn to b1306050/ unit#2503/ revision to plans mechanical
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Description: Architect
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Interior & exterior renovation & addition -enclosure of 2nd flr ter... more

Interior & exterior renovation & addition -enclosure of 2nd flr terrace for a gym - relocate kitchen appliances and new a/c unit process b0201448 voided
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Description: Architect
License Number: COARC.00402840
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B1004030 - revision to # 3 to architectural for final inspection per building inspector to remove do
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Description: Architect business, corporation
License Number: FLAA26000938
Description: Architect business, corporation
License Number: FLAA26001123
Description: Architect business, fictitious name
License Number: FLAAF000074
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Red lobster #6229 remodel

Red lobster #6229 remodel
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Description: Architect
License Number: OHARC.9711827
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Bl951408
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Description: Architectural firms
License Number: TE3386

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Description: Architect
License Number: AL4807
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T.i. retail floor, ceiling, non-bearing & storefront. (4600sf)

T.i. retail floor, ceiling, non-bearing & storefront. (4600sf)
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Description: Architect business, corporation
License Number: FLAA26001440
Description: Architect business, corporation
License Number: FLAA26001044
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Architecture and design/ suite 908

Architecture and design/ suite 908
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Description: Architect business, corporation
License Number: FLAA26002203
Description: Architect
License Number: FLAR0009459
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Pump house seperate from single family house psfr 29099.

Pump house seperate from single family house psfr 29099.
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Description: Architect business, corporation
License Number: FLAA26000528
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