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Saffo Contractors, Inc.

About Saffo Contractors, Inc.
Saffo Contractors, Inc. is a certified SSPC QP1 & QP2 Industrial Contracting firm located in Wilmington, NC. Incorporated in 1993, our firm specializes in coatings application, surface preparation, fireproofing, scaffolding, welding and lead abatement. We currently serve the entire Southeastern United States and hold unlimited General Contractor's licenses in NC, SC, VA and AL.

Saffo Contractors, Inc. registered with NukeWorker on 02/27/2007. They have posted a total of 0 jobs on our system, and curently have 0 jobs avaliable.


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