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License # 10051701 (Architect)
residential/commercial
architecture
The Wallace Group Inc operates out of Waco, TX and holds a architect license according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. We were able to verify 23 building permits associated with The Wallace Group Inc.  more
$9.9K
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23
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License # 0407002852 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Thomas Architects, Inc. is a Waco, TX based contractor with a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
99
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residential
architecture
Headquartered in Waco, TX, Aaron Thomas Architect holds a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
93
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residential
architecture
Waco, TX based Kittner & Pate Design Associates holds a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
93
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residential/commercial
architecture
Rbdr, Pllc - a contracting professional based in Waco, TX. Our records indicate they hold a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and have completed 8 permitted improvements starting in Dec 18, 2003.  more
$2.5M
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8
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License # TE10173 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Burns, Jeffery Edward operates out of Waco, TX and holds a architect license according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
90
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License # AL3459 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Shuford L Farmer is a Waco, TX based contractor with a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
90
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License # AL4267 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Headquartered in Waco, TX, John R Dudley holds a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. We have records on 2 permitted improvement projects they have worked on. The most recent took place on Apr 04, 1995.  more
$825
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2
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90
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License # AL3459 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Waco, TX based Shuford Farmer, Architect holds a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
90
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License # AL2713 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Aaron L Thomas - a contracting professional based in Waco, TX. Our records indicate they hold a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation  more
90
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License # VI0401003473 (Architect License)
residential
architecture
Thomas, A L operates out of Waco, TX and holds a architect license license according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
90
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License # TE5775 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Bailey, Keithen J. is a Waco, TX based contractor with a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
90
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License # AL4267 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Headquartered in Waco, TX, Dudley Bailey And Rose, Inc holds a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
90
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License # AL3784 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Waco, TX based Dudley Bailey Jezek & Rose, Inc holds a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.  more
90
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License # AL3784 (Architect)
residential
architecture
Keithen J Bailey - a contracting professional based in Waco, TX. Our records indicate they hold a architect license with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation  more
90
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