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Accurate As-built Plans, Measuring & Design for Construction/Remodel Projects here in SW Florida

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Accurate Asbuilts & Design & Douglas Burgmann

is now offering as-built sets of Chief Architect Architectural Plans for Construction,

Remodeling, and documentation of existing homes, residences, and other commercial construction purposes.

 

Rates are by job and job specific, at an hourly rate at no less than $75/hr. depending upon the size location and the 

timeliness of the project, as well as any other guidelines or details. Payment is by blocking out time, by payment in advance 

to be paid to my business, on Pay Pal, or Check and then a signed agreement.

 

Feel free to contact me on your next upcoming asbuilt needs and or project.

 

DCB

(970)987-4476 cell/msg

Email: douglasburgmann@gmail.com

Web: http://www.dcbcaddesigns.com

FB: dcb1234

 

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