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General Contractors In Cambridge

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General Contractors

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Business Listing   Ables Heating & Cooling - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-2186

Business Listing   Best Construction - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-1129

Business Listing   Bishop Painting - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 435-8253

Business Listing   Black's Welding - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-7667

Business Listing   Branthoover Johnston - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-2353

Business Listing   Centria - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-7351

Business Listing   Cowgill Plumbing Heating & Air Condtng Inc - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-7828

Business Listing   E-Z Flo Painting Inc - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 638-2824

Business Listing   Fleming Hartley Roofing - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-6668

Business Listing   Graham Gary Construction - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 685-5438

Business Listing   Great Western Auction Realty - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-7368

Business Listing   Hayes Electric Service - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-7035

Business Listing   Higgins Building CO Inc - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-5553

Business Listing   Hinson Electric Service - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-2071

Business Listing   Hockenberry Construction - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-2022

Business Listing   J A Burke Construction - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-5972

Business Listing   Mosholder Roof & Siding - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-8806

Business Listing   Porter Remodeling - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 685-6191

Business Listing   Powell R F Building Systems Inc - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-1323

Business Listing   PRO-LINE BUILDINGS INC. - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 432-3619

Business Listing A Division Of Trl Iii- Inc. - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 705-0066

Business Listing   SAFT Inc - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-5000

Business Listing   T & M Construction & Trucking - Cambridge, OH - Phone: (740) 439-4154

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Helpful Definition for: General Contractors

General contractors in Cambridge are professionals responsible for the day-to-day oversight of the construction site, and management of vendors and trades. The general contractors in Cambridge provide all of the material, labor, equipment and services necessary for a construction project. Filing for building permits, securing the property, providing temporary utilities on site, managing personnel on site, providing site surveying and engineering, disposing/recycling of construction waste, monitoring schedules and cash flows, maintaining accurate records along the progress of the project, etc, are some of the major functions that a general contractor has to perform.

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