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Description for 1521: General Contractors-Single-Family Houses

Division C: Construction | Major Group 15: Building Construction General Contractors And Operative Builders

Industry Group 152: General Building Contractors-residential


1521 General Contractors-Single-Family Houses
General contractors primarily engaged in construction (including new work, additions, alterations, remodeling, and repair) of single-family houses.
  • Building alterations, single-family-general contractors
  • Building construction, single-family-general contractors
  • Custom builders, single-family houses-general contractors
  • Designing and erecting combined: single-family houses-general con-
  • Home improvements, single-family-general contractors
  • House construction, single-family-general contractors
  • House: shell erection, single-family-general contractors
  • Mobile home repair, on site-general contractors
  • Modular housing, single-family (assembled on site)-general
  • One-family house construction-general contractors
  • Prefabricated single-family houses erection-general contractors
  • Premanufactured housing, single-family (assembled on site)-general
  • Remodeling buildings, single-family-general contractors
  • Renovating buildings, single-family-general contractors
  • Repairing buildings, single-family-general contractors
  • Residential construction, single-family-general contractors
  • Rowhouse (single family) construction-general contractors
  • Townhouse construction-general contractors


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