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R-57 Wrecking (2019-12-07)

This classification allows the licensee to install and repair temporary ramps, barricades, and pedestrian walkways as required for the licensee to demolish, dismantle, or remove structures not in-tended for reuse. This classification does not allow the licensee to use explosives.

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