Building permit roundup – Jan 24

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Building permit roundup – Jan 24

BY NAN KORDING

Read which building permits were approved by the City of Springfield between Jan. 15, 2018, and Jan. 21, 2018.

Crown Castle has obtained a commercial building permit for 2500 Colt Road. The permit covers AT&T upgrades to the wireless telecommunication equipment at the existing wireless telecommunications facility. The contractor is Schaumburg-based SAC Wireless, and the project is valued at $40,000.

SWP Wabash Properties I LLC has obtained a commercial building permit for 3051 W. Wabash Ave. The permit secures parking stipulations for Gilly’s BBQ Kitchen. The contractor is New Berlin-based Gil Taft, and the project is valued at $1.

American Tower Corporation has obtained a commercial building permit for 1021 South Grand Ave. East. The permit covers an upgrade to AT&T wireless telecommunication equipment. The contractor is Schaumburg-based SAC Wireless, and the project is valued at $55,000.

Spencer Studebaker has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 904 S. First St. The permit covers the demolition of part of an old garage. The contractor will be the building owner, and the project is valued at $300.

Mike Ryan has obtained a commercial electrical permit for 3149 Hedley Road. The permit covers wiring for the new office. The contractor is Springfield-based Ryan Electrical, Inc., and the project is valued at $23,900.

Memorial Medical Center has obtained a commercial fire sprinkler permit for 701 N. First St., 3C ICU. The permit covers 135 fire sprinkler heads. The contractor is Normal-based Automatic Fire Sprinkler, LLC, and the project is valued at $1.

Aldi Food Market has obtained a commercial fire sprinkler permit for 3425 Freedom Dr. The permit covers six fire sprinkler heads. The contractor is Rockford-based Nelson Fire Protection, and the project is valued at $1.

Greg Sgro has obtained a commercial mechanical permit for 1119 S. Sixth St. The permit covers the installation of a mini-system addition. The contractor is Divernon-based Weidner Refrigeration, and the project is valued at $20,000.

Aldi Food Market has obtained a commercial mechanical permit for 3425 Freedom Dr. The permit covers general remodeling and upgrades to the Aldi store. The contractor is Decatur-based King-Lar Company, and the project is valued at $600,000.

Aldi Food has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 3736 Octavus Via. The permit covers electrical and mechanical remodeling work. The contractor is Decatur-based King-Lar Company, and the project is valued at $600,000.

JJ2 Properties has obtained a commercial plumbing permit for 501 W. Monroe. The permit covers the remodel of 38 fixtures. The contractor is Auburn-based J. Ellis Plumbing, and the project is valued at $50,000.

Capital City Trust C/O Mid-America Asset Management has obtained a commercial signage permit for 2945 S. Dirksen Parkway. The permit covers the replacement of the existing face on the main entrance. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $2,822.

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