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Suspended contractors

The Department of Licenses and Inspections (L&I) enforces code compliance for contractors and other trade licensees. The table below lists contractors and trade licensees whose licenses are currently revoked or suspended.

Contractor License number Current license status Discipline imposed Cause for discipline
Julia Chebotar (Build Development LLC) #55567 Suspended through October 12, 2022 18-month suspension Deceit in obtaining a license to evade the prior suspension of VRTX Investments (aka Ilya Chebotar).
OE Bros (formerly operating as Espana Brothers) #53327 Suspended through May 26, 2021 12-month suspension Deceit in obtaining a new license to evade the prior suspension of Espana Brothers and repeatedly exceeding the scope of approved demolition work in a manner that risked public safety.
Freedom Construction #42748 Suspended through July 1, 2021 5-month suspension Repeated violations related to excavation, shoring, and underpinning that risked public safety.
Darwin Carbajal (DJ Contractors) #53792 Suspended through May 6, 2022 18-month suspension Repeated underpinning and excavation violations that risked public safety.
Evandro Souto (2 Hand Brothers) #40723 Suspended through January 21, 2022 12-month suspension Repeated violations contributing to the collapse of the construction projects at 2159 and 2173 E. William Street, where 2 Hand Brothers acted as the framing subcontractor. The framing was executed incorrectly, required horizontal support systems were not installed, and the contractors involved with this project intentionally undercut code requirements in order to cut costs by not using plywood on the exterior side walls during framing.
Maria Ramsay (Evolution of Construction, operated by Byron Ramsay) #51880 Suspended through July 21, 2022 18-month suspension Repeated violations contributing to the collapse of the construction projects at 2159 and 2173 E. William Street, where Marie Ramsay (Evolution of Construction, operated primarily by Byron Ramsay) acted as the site superintendent. The framing was executed incorrectly, required horizontal support systems were not installed, and the contractors involved with this project intentionally undercut code requirements in order to cut costs by not using plywood on the exterior side walls during framing.

 


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