KBE Building Corporation is a Connecticut based General Contractor who works on about 21 projects per year in 1 state. Scroll down to learn about KBE Building Corporation’s recent projects, any liens filed against KBE Building Corporation, reviews and ratings on KBE Building Corporation’s payment practices, and the documents you should send when working with them.
Most of KBE Building Corporation’s jobs are in California and New Hampshire and Washington. Of their 21 jobs in the last 12 months, 20 were Commercial and 1 were Residential. They were the General Contractor on 21 projects.
Due to the relative medium risk of non-payment from KBE Building Corporation, it’s a good idea to let them know you’re on a job by sending a preliminary notice when you start work to speed up payment and avoid payment problems. KBE Building Corporation has recently received 18 preliminary notices from contractors and suppliers using Levelset. Send a preliminary notice to KBE Building Corporation with Levelset for free.
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KBE agrees to pay for items and then later will not pay for them. KBE also will try to back charge you for items that you are not responsible for.
In the last 12 months, based on information about 14 projects KBE Building Corporation has experienced 4 payment disputes or slow payment incidents, including 2 mechanic lien filings, 2 lien threats, and no slow payment claims. Based on the jobs publicly available, contractors working with KBE Building Corporation experience payment issues on 22% of jobs.
Active | Filed on 08/20/2019
Lien filed on 500 Leisure Ln, Sacramento, CA 95815
Sent on 07/22/2019
Active | Filed on 05/21/2019
Lien filed on S Towamencin Ave, Lansdale, PA 19446
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