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Updated: 1/24/2013 8:22 am
HENDERSON and RENO – The Nevada State Contractors Board adjudicated cases involving licensed contractors during its Jan. 9 and 16 disciplinary hearings.

Western Stone Masonry, license number 63468 (Masonry), based out of Kaysville, Utah, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for substandard workmanship; failure to take appropriate corrective action; acting in the capacity of a contractor beyond the scope of the license; failure to include the Residential Recovery Fund information on a contract or proposal; failure to respond to a written request from the Board; failure to keep in force a bond or cash deposit; failure to notify the Board of a change in personnel or address within 30 days of the change; willful disregard of the building laws of the state; and failure to establish financial responsibility. The licensee was fined $2,900 and ordered to pay investigative costs. The license remains suspended until fines and costs are paid and a current financial statement supporting the license limit is provided to the Board.

Tile Vegas, LLC, dba, Stix & Stones Flooring, license numbers 71850 (Install Terazzo & Marble) and 71851 (Tiling), based out of Las Vegas, were found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for failure to comply with the terms of a construction contract thereby causing material injury to another; abandonment of a construction project; failure to include the Residential Recovery Fund information on a contract or proposal; failure to include the monetary license limit or license number on a contract or proposal; failure to notify the Board of a change in personnel or address within 30 days of the change; failure to keep in force a bond or cash deposit; failure to establish financial responsibility; and misrepresentation of material fact. The licensee was fined $2,600, ordered to pay investigative costs, make full restitution to all damaged parties, and reimburse the Board for any monies paid out of the Residential Recovery Fund prior to consideration of future licensure. The licenses were revoked.

Draeger Construction, LLC, license numbers 50111 (General Building), 52818 (Roofing and Waterproofing), and 55535 (Carpentry) based out of Las Vegas, were found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for substandard workmanship; failure to take appropriate corrective action; failure to respond to a written request from the Board; failure to include the Residential Recovery Fund information on a contract or proposal; failure to establish financial responsibility; and failure to keep in force a bond or cash deposit. The licensee was fined $2,350, ordered to pay investigative costs, make full restitution to all damaged parties, and reimburse the Board for any monies paid out of the Residential Recovery Fund prior to consideration of future licensure. The licenses were revoked.

Hernandez Lawn Care & Landscaping, license numbers 71149 (Landscape Contracting), 71596 (Masonry – limited to pavers only), and 72358 (Concrete Contracting – limited to decorative concrete curbing only) based out of Sparks, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for contracting on a suspended or revoked license and failure to include the Residential Recovery Fund information on a contract or proposal. The licensee was fined $600 and ordered to pay investigative costs. The licenses are currently surrendered, but will be revoked if all fines and costs are not paid within the timeframe ordered by the Hearing Officer.

Safari Rockeries Inc., license numbers 73991 (Landscape Contracting) and 47025 (Excavating and Grading and Excavating Grading Trenching & Surfacing) based out of Reno, was found in violation of Nevada Revised Statute 624 for failure to complete any construction project or operation for the price stated in the contract; failure to take appropriate corrective action; failure to comply with the terms of a construction contract thereby causing material injury to another; failure to include the Residential Recovery Fund information on a contract or proposal; failure to include the monetary license limit or license number on a contract or proposal; commencing work on a project without obtaining necessary building permits; and failure to establish financial responsibility. The licensee was fined $3,150 and ordered to pay investigative costs. The licenses were revoked.

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