Building permit roundup – Jan 17

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  • Keith and Laurie Loukinen have obtained a commercial signage permit for 517 S. Fourth St.

Building permit roundup – Jan 17

BY NAN KORDING

Read which building permits were approved by the City of Springfield between Jan. 8, 2018, and Jan. 14, 2018.

Rock Island Economic Growth Corp has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 501 E. Capitol Ave. The permit covers the non-structural interior demolition of the former First United Methodist Church. The contractor is Springfield-based O’Shea Builders, and the project is valued at $170,158.

AT&T Mobility has obtained a commercial building permit for 3041 Stanton. The permit is for AT&T site number IL5264. The contractor is Roselle-based Fulton Technologies, Inc., and the project is valued at $6,000.

Levi Ray & Shoup has obtained a commercial building permit for 2387 W. Monroe. The permit is for a new office and garage addition. The contractor is Springfield-based O’Shea Builders, and the project is valued at $17,000,000.

St. John’s Hospital has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 400 N. Ninth St., Suite B. The permit is for a tenant build-out of Suite B, including pediatrics 1 and 2, maternal fetal medicine and OB/GYN. The contractor is Peoria-based P.J. Hoerr, Inc., and the project is valued at $4,140,000.

St. John’s Hospital has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 400 N. Ninth St., Suite A. The permit is for a tenant build-out of Suite A, including lab, pharmacy, pediatric rehab, pediatric diagnosis and imaging/mammography. The contractor is Peoria-based P.J. Hoerr, Inc., and the project is valued at $2,350,000.

St. John’s Hospital has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 400 N. Ninth St., Suite C. The permit is for a tenant build-out of Suite C, including ortho and general surgery. The contractor is Peoria-based P.J. Hoerr, Inc., and the project is valued at $1,004,000.

St. John’s Hospital has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 800 E. Carpenter St. The permit covers the replacement of hospital café equipment. The contractor is Springfield-based O’Shea Builders, and the project is valued at $80,000.

Hopwood, LLC has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 1844 W. Jefferson. The permit covers the demolition of an ATM. The contractor is Hopwood, LLC, and the project is valued at $2,500.

Mike Ryan has obtained a commercial mechanical permit for 3141 Hedley Road. The permit covers the installation of two kitchen hoods. The contractor is Springfield-based Henson Robinson Company, and the project is valued at $100,000.

Illinois Retail Merchant Association has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 216 Broadway. The permit is for an interior remodel of Dorgan, Butcher & Phelps. The contractor is Springfield-based Allied Plumbing & Heating, and the project is valued at $25,000.

Springfield Art Association has obtained a commercial mechanical permit for 700 N. Fourth St.  The permit is for furnace replacement. The contractor is Springfield-based Allied Plumbing & Heating, and the project is valued at $900,000.

Keith and Laurie Loukinen have obtained a commercial signage permit for 517 S. Fourth St. The permit is for a temporary banner. The contractor is Springfield-based Central Illinois Sign Company, and the project is valued at $677.

Hickory Point Bank has obtained a commercial signage permit for 3131 W. Wabash Ave. The permit is for a replacement double-faced, illuminated sign with LED display and a double-sided monument sign. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $50,945.

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