Pete Kuzov is a licensed general contractor working in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the surrounding area.  

Pete is a restoration specialist and custom designer, offering the following services:

Pete Kuzov, Project Manager, spent his apprenticeship years as a journeyman carpenter in San Francisco and Berkeley, California, and the French quarter of New Orleans.  In San Francisco and New Orleans he worked on the restoration of Queen Anne row houses; in Berkeley he worked on American Craftsman-style homes. For the last ten years, Pete has been restoring adobe buildings, historic windows, and old wood elements in Santa Fe. He has also built new homes in the Santa Fe Historic District, and managed remodels and additions, both in town and in surrounding areas like Tesuque and Eldorado.

Pete previously worked for Crocker Ltd on architectural conservation projects, including the restoration of the Fort Stanton Administration building (winner of a 2011 New Mexico Heritage Preservation Award), the Coronado State Park Painted Kiva, Saint Augustine Church at Isleta Pueblo (winner of a 2013 National Trust for Historic Preservation Honor Award and a 2012 New Mexico Heritage Preservation Award), and the Mission Church of Santa Ana de Tamaya (winner of a 2013 New Mexico Heritage Preservation Award). 
Working in and around Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Licensed and bonded New Mexico general contractor, GB98 #379204.

Pete Kuzov, project manager:
505 / 310 . 0887