Description: Electrical
License Number: VI2705118723
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Interior upfit of shell for restaurant use to include meps. shell p... more

Interior upfit of shell for restaurant use to include meps. shell permit 14-07460-bc *need site approval prior to c.o. **flood zone ae-13 +1fb=14 navd88, outside air condenser and all electrical must be above 14'. flood resistant material, class 4 or 5 below 14'. need verification that top of slab is at 14.0 navd 88 just after slab is poured and need a "finish construction" elev. cert. prior to releasing electricity or co.
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Description: Intermediate classification, unlimited classification
License Number: 29490-U
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Construct a new retail building to be attached to the existing buil... more

Construct a new retail building to be attached to the existing building, including electrical, mecha
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Description: Unlimited classification
License Number: NO29604-U
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Installation of illuminated wall signage (existing electrical). ele... more

Installation of illuminated wall signage (existing electrical). electrical work to be designed and i
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Install new inground pool plumbing and electrical to be included. b... more

Install new inground pool plumbing and electrical to be included. barrier requirement for the outdoo
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Remodel convenient store to include mechanical, electrical and plum... more

Remodel convenient store to include mechanical, electrical and plumbing. a backflow prevention need
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License Number: SO35282
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Electrical only, rewire four apartment units, a,b,c,d

Electrical only, rewire four apartment units, a,b,c,d
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Description: Electrical
License Number: SC2085
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Room addition and misc interior renovations to include mechanical, ... more

Room addition and misc interior renovations to include mechanical, electrical and plumbing.
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Description: Electrical
License Number: SC2245
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10' x 11' screened porch addition to include electrical.

10' x 11' screened porch addition to include electrical.
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Replace motor control center & feeders.

Replace motor control center & feeders.
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Description: Electrical
License Number: VI2705131084
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Service change 100/200

Service change 100/200
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Upgrade electrical, plumbing to include upgrading fixtures. paintin... more

Upgrade electrical, plumbing to include upgrading fixtures. painting, flooring, patching walls, ceil
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License Number: GERLCO000492
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Service change 100/150 amp

Service change 100/150 amp
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Description: Electrical contractor non restricted, electrical contractor
License Number: GEEN003227
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Verizon wireless centennial park cow install new service: 240/120 v... more

Verizon wireless centennial park cow install new service: 240/120 v, 1ph, 200a. weatherhead on the side of a parking deck. electrical service for verizon wireless temporary cell site on a parking deck.
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Thomas Bruce Stephenson

Savannah, GA 1 review
Description: Electrical contractor
License Number: GEER102210
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