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Business Details

Broaddus Construction, LLC

Email: | Web: | Phone: (512) 306-7975

SDVOSB Business

Business Information

DUNS: 027324860
Last Verified: 8/20/2020
Expiration Date: 8/20/2024
Year Established: 2008

Business Address 1: 905 W. Mitchell St., Suite A302
Business Address 2:
City: Austin
State/Territory: Texas
Phone: (512) 306-7975
Fax: (512) 329-8242

Business Type

Business Type: LLC
NAICS Codes: 236220, 237990
Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business: Yes
Woman Owned Small Business: No
Minority Owned Small Business: No
Joint Venture: No
Mentor Protege: No
Hub Zone: No
8(a): No
Purchase Card: No


Number of Employees: 35
Number of Veteran Employees: 2
Number of Operating Locations: 4
Service Areas:
Capabilities Keywords: Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
Capabilities Narrative:
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