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A & K's Construction LLCSilverthorne, CO
  • We are a family operated construction business providing you with profession construction services.
  • We are looking to expand our business into the Silverthorne area.
  • Our services included new homes, additions, renovations, etc.
  • You dream it we can build it!
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Construction: 1 year
  • Please review all application instructions before applying to A & K's Construction LLC.
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