State Contractors Board takes disciplinary action

June 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);6/30/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 26, p14
The article reports on several actions taken by the Nevada State Contractors Board against some licenses as outlined under the Nevada Revised Statute. The state actions include the revocation of license and fine imposed on a design and a remodeling center, reprimand on Helms Hardwood Flooring, imposition of fine on Roof Crafters, Inc. and MKM Builders Inc. Several firms were also subjected to sanctions including the surrender of license by Corbet Weiler Homes LLC and the suspension of the license of Grass Valley Industries Inc.


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