Building permit roundup – Nov. 1

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Building permit roundup – Nov. 1

The following building and zoning permits were approved by the City of Springfield between Oct. 23, 2017 and Oct. 29, 2017:

U.S. Bank has obtained a permit for commercial demolition at 3009 S. Dirksen Parkway. The permit covers the removal of a kiosk ATM building, removal of a concrete island, and lot repair with compacted asphalt. The contractor is Boody-based Daniel Contracting, Inc., and the project is valued at $6,000.

Larson Real Estate LLC has obtained a commercial construction permit to build a deck at Finley’s Tap House, located at 3236 Ginger Creek Dr. The contactor is Chatham-based John Brewer Builders, LLC, and the project is valued at $5,500. Additionally, Larson Real Estate LLC has obtained a commercial sign permit. The contractor is Springfield-based Lawrence Kennedy, and the project is valued at $475.

ARCP MT Springfield IL LLC c/o Ryan Tax Comp SVCS Dept 100 has obtained a commercial permit for parking lot maintenance at 3211 S. Veterans Parkway. The permit covers pavement maintenance and rehabilitation, ADA improvements, a concrete storefront ramp, sidewalk work, and crack sealing. The contractor is Cantrall-based Ron Furman’s Paving Inc., and the project is valued at $406,000.

PNC Bank has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for Springfield’s main PNC branch, located at 1 N. Old State Capitol Plaza. The permit covers an interior remodel of the offices and conference room areas in the northwest corner of the existing building on the first floor. The contractor is Fishers, Indiana-based Capitol Construction Services, Inc., and the project is valued at $25,000.

Gary Singh has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for G&M Gaming, located at 2200 S. Grand Ave. E. The permit covers an interior remodel, including electrical and mechanical work. The contractor is Springfield-based Gary Singh, and the project is valued at $9,200.

Memorial Medical Center has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for Memorial Medical Center’s lower level zone B cafeteria, located at 701 N. First St. The permit covers a cafeteria center bar renovation. The contractor is Springfield-based O’Shea Builders, and the project is valued at $56,037.

Great Clips for Hair has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 3419 Freedom Dr. The contractor is Decatur-based HPL Inc., and the project is valued at $60,000. Additionally, Great Clips for Hair has obtained a commercial sign permit for this location. The permit is for illuminated rail-mounted channel letters. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $2,000.

Brewer Animal Hospital has obtained a commercial roofing permit for 971 Clocktower Dr. The contractor is Springfield-based Griffitts Exterior Home Design, Inc., and the project is valued at $3,800.

Anup Patel has obtained a commercial roofing permit for the Sleep Inn located at 3470 Freedom Dr. The contractor is Springfield-based Lewis & Clark Construction, and the project is valued at $39,600.

Albonese Development has obtained a commercial mechanical remodeling permit for the SIU Psychiatry Department, located at 319 E. Madison. The permit covers four floor of type II-B construction. The contractor is Athens-based Prairie State Plumbing & Heating, Inc., and the project is valued at $198,500.

U-Haul has obtained a commercial mechanical remodeling permit for their location at 410 N. Bruns Lane. The permit is for a new bathroom and covers electrical, mechanical and plumbing work. The contractor is Springfield-based Allied Plumbing & Heating, and the project is valued at $10,600.

Larson Real Estate LLC has obtained two commercial sign permits for Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping, located at 3246 Ginger Creek Dr. The permits are for production and installation of door vinyl featuring Farrell’s logo, website and phone number. The contractor for both permits is Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based CR Signs Inc., and the projects are valued at $2,200 and $1,100.

The Hope Institute has obtained a commercial sign permit for 5220 S. Sixth St. The permit is for an illuminated, wall-bolted sign. The contractor is Springfield-based I.D. Signs and Service, Inc., and the project is valued at $5,300.

Brian McCormic has obtained a commercial sign permit for Redbird Electric, 618 E. Laurel St. The permit is for an exterior painted sign. The contractor is Springfield-based Troy Freeman of Free Sky Studios, and the project is valued at $700.

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