Building permit roundup – Sept. 20

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Building permit roundup – Sept. 20

 

Maulding Dev Corp LLC has obtained a permit to install an illuminated store sign for Tacos Pepe, a new restaurant coming to the former Smashburger location at 2661 Chatham Road. The contractor is Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $12,500.

SNK2 Properties LLC has obtained permits for a solar array installation and wiring at 401 W. Monroe St. The solar array contractor is Springfield-based Windsolar USA, Inc.; Williamsville-based Senergy Electric, Inc. will handle the wiring. The project is valued at $26,407.

St. John’s Hospital has obtained a permit for type IA construction for their location at 800 E. Carpenter St. Construction will affect the first floor fusion center at St. John’s Hospital Pavilion. The contractor is Sprinfield-based Jones-Blythe Construction Co., and the project is valued at $2,069,000.

The City of Springfield has obtained permits to demolish three properties located at 1947 S. 10 ½ St., 2121 S. Ninth St., and 1935 S. 10 ½ St. The contractor is City of Springfield Public Works, and the demolition projects are valued at $20,000 per property.

The West Lake Animal Clinic has obtained a permit for electrical work on their new 5,212 square foot building located at 3220 Horizon Dr. The contractor is Springfield-based Ryan Electrical, Inc., and the project is valued at $750,000.

Paul Carlson has obtained a permit to wire 200 amp service, lights and outlets for a new storage building located at 2700 E. Ash St. The contractor is Heyworth-based Peterson Potential LLC, and the project is valued at $120,000.

Bank and Trust Co. has obtained a permit for an interior renovation of 521 E. Washington St. The renovations will affect the first floor, second floor and basement of the 69,000 square foot building for Willow and Birch Salon. The contractor for this project is New Berlin-based K2 Electric, and the project is valued at $36,000.

Seritage Growth Properties has applied for an interior non-structural demolition permit for Orange Theory Fitness, located at 2450 W. Wabash. The contractor is Springfield-based MB Heating & Cooling, and the project is valued at $30,000.

F&W Resources has obtained a permit for an interior model of Affordable Shred, located at 750 N. 19th St. The contractor is Mechanicsburg-based Jim Wilson Plumbing, and the project is valued at $125,000.

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