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Continued: Minnesota contractors lose licenses for misconduct

  • Article by: JANE FRIEDMANN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 6, 2013 - 6:06 PM

Though Northwoods was paid in full for a project, a supplier filed a $49,266 lien on the homeowner’s property when Northwoods failed to pay it.

After a homeowner found out a design Northwoods provided didn’t meet local building requirements, Northwoods urged the property owner to proceed anyway. Northwoods failed to provide a revised design or return the owner’s $52,500 down payment.

Northwoods conducted business after its license had expired. Five judgments totaling $120,406 were entered against the company.

Hi Tec Builders Inc. and Kraig Quamme, Dundas, $5,500 fine

Since 2008, five judgments totaling $11,322 have been entered against the company. While Quamme claimed to have a payment plan in place with one business, he failed to comply with the plan. The state found that none of the judgments has been satisfied.

Acclaim Roofing LLC and Corbett K. Cook, Hastings, $5,000 fine

Acclaim was cited by a Cottage Grove inspector for “questionable” and “noncompliant installation” of a roof. The company failed to correct the deficiencies or refund any money.


Jane Friedmann • 612-673-7852


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