Unlicensed contractors cited by board
The Nevada State Contractors Board has revoked the license of a Carson City contractor and disciplined two other contractors from northern Nevada.
The license of Kenison Construction, a carpentry contractor based in Carson City, was revoked after the board found the company abandoned a project, completed substandard workmanship, failed to get the necessary building permits and committed a variety of other violations.
The company also was fined $10,550 and told to repay investigative costs.
Michael Ralph Booher, who does business as Acoustical & Drywall Services in Sparks, was fined $4,250 and ordered to pay investigative costs. The board said Booher took a job larger than the limit on his license, failed to complete a job for the price set in a contract and committed several other violations.
Imtiaz Ahmed, who does business in Reno as N S Construction Co., was fined $1,250 and investigative costs. The contractors board said he committed several violations of financial requirements and committed a deceitful act.
Since launching its new pediatric products two years ago, Neo Medical has seen a 35% growth in sales; moreover, the company has seen revenue grow 15% year-over-year since relocating to Sparks in late 2012.