Description: General contractor company
License Number: GEGCCO001082
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Removal of ceiling, floors, relocate a couple of walls and put back... more

Removal of ceiling, floors, relocate a couple of walls and put back new floors for office space and area for cabinets for pharmacy. minor mechanical, electrical and plumbing.
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Description: Machinery and pumps
License Number: 757694
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
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Build platforms located next to conveyors.

Build platforms located next to conveyors.
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Description: Architect
License Number: AL1962
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Construction of prefab metal building for machine assembly special ... more

Construction of prefab metal building for machine assembly special purpose, industrial building. engineer shop drawing for the metal building will be provided to office before installation.
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Description: Architect
License Number: AL5019
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Exterior and interior renovations to 1601 bull st. into mixed use r... more

Exterior and interior renovations to 1601 bull st. into mixed use residential and commercial buildin
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License Number: SO30083
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Freeman homes add gasline to fire olace and extend down draft and d... more

Freeman homes add gasline to fire olace and extend down draft and dryer vent
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License Number: GA105999
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New three (3) story building containing twelve (12) apartment units... more

New three (3) story building containing twelve (12) apartment units and 1,452 sf of common area. address on application is 514 pennsylvania ave., bldg. 2700. see permits 13-07754-br thru 13-07765-br, 13-07773-br thru 13-07778-bc, 13-07790-bc thru 13-07802-bc & 13-07816-bc.
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Description: Home builders, bond on file
License Number: SO19421
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Remove old treads on front steps and replace with cast stone. raili... more

Remove old treads on front steps and replace with cast stone. railing and light fixtures are to be removed, repainted and restored.
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Description: Residential/general contractor
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New construction of carriage house 1 bedroom and 2 baths to include... more

New construction of carriage house 1 bedroom and 2 baths to include mep's.
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Description: Residential/general contractor
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Build wall in front of house and rear of house. fence will be a com... more

Build wall in front of house and rear of house. fence will be a combination of brick and wood.
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Description: Residential/general contractor
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Installation of new hvac, expansion foam fire supression, additiona... more

Installation of new hvac, expansion foam fire supression, additional electrical service, lighting, compressed air system, & build-out of the second floor office space.
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Description: Machinery and pumps
License Number: 930949
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Bond Amount: $12,500
Bonded: Yes
Description: Residential/general contractor
Recent Building Permit
Construction of a single family home with three bedrooms and two ba... more

Construction of a single family home with three bedrooms and two baths. smoke/carbon monoxide detectors are required to be installed in accordance with irc2012 sec. r314.3.1 prior to issuance of any certificate of completion/occupancy. electrical work to be designed and installed per nec 2011 requirements. plumbing work to be designed and installed per ipc 2012 requirements. mechanical work to be designed and installed per irc 2012 requirements. new glazing shall meet requirement of large missile test of astme 1996 and astme 1886 or provide wood structural panels for windborne debris protection in accordance to irc 301.2.1.2.
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