Building permit roundup – Jan 31

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Building permit roundup – Jan 31

BY NAN KORDING

Read which building permits were approved by the City of Springfield between Jan. 22, 2018 and Jan. 28, 2018.

BB Properties LLC has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 1800 E. Washington. The permit covers the non-structural interior demolition of walls, ceiling and floor. The contractor is Decatur-based Jones & Sullivan Enterprises, and the project is valued at $40,000.

Chatham Square Associates has obtained a commercial foundation permit for 1770 Wabash. The permit is for a new addition. The contractor is Springfield-based Evans Construction Company, and the project is valued at $100,000.

Professional Resource Development has obtained a commercial building permit for 3820 Wabash. The permit covers shell and tenant improvements for Heartland Dental. The contractor is Bucker, Kentucky-based Jacobs Group, Inc., and the project is valued at $1,000,000.

Eid Kattom has obtained a commercial building permit for 1106 E. Ash St. The permit covers the commercial warehouse only. The contractors are Springfield-based Kuhn and Trello, and the project is valued at $4,000.

Memorial Medical Center has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 701 N. First St. 2E. The permit covers mechanical, electrical and plumbing work. The contractor is Springfield-based O’Shea Builders, and the project is valued at $4,500,000.

Roland Partners LLC has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 3150 Roland Ave., Lot 5 Park South. The permit covers a remodeling project at the Little Minds Learning Center. The contractor is Springfield-based Joyner Construction Services, and the project is valued at $275,000.

Fit Club South has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 3631 S. Sixth St., Suite D. The permit covers new walls, a new drop ceiling and new steel frame doors, along with electrical and mechanical work. The contractor is Springfield-based Kate Lesley, Inc., and the project is valued at $5,800.

Hyonah Boltz has obtained a commercial building permit for 2112 S. MacArthur Blvd. The permit covers the construction of a center diving wall between the north and south units. The contractor is Rochester-based Reeves Construction, and the project is valued at $250.

Carol Rowe has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 701 South Grand Ave. W. The permit covers demolition and repair to the foundation wall on the southeast corner of the structure. The contractor is Mechanicsburg-based Dennis Todd, and the project is valued at $141,066.

The City of Springfield has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 1930 Clear Lake Ave. The permit covers the demolition of a commercial residence, census tract 16. The contractor is City of Springfield Public works, and the project is valued at $6,000.

The City of Springfield has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 1508 South Grand Ave. East. The permit covers the demolition of a commercial residence, census tract 23. The contractor is City of Springfield Public works, and the project is valued at $6,000.

St. John’s Hospital has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 415 N. Ninth St. The permit covers replacement café equipment at Hop N Go, located in the Carol Jo Vecchie Women & Children’s Center. The contractors are Springfield-based B&B Electrical, Inc. and Springfield-based Henson Robinson Company and the project is valued at $80,000.

DWAC Enterprises, Inc., has obtained a commercial signage permit for 4233 W. Wabash. The permit covers a sign permit for Tasty City Seafood & Trio. The contractor is Springfield-based DWAC Enterprises, Inc., and the project is valued at $8,855.

Edward Osman has obtained a commercial signage permit for 3740 Wabash Ave., Suite C. The permit covers new building signage and door lettering for Shelter Insurance. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $4,374.

Plummer Investments LLC has obtained a commercial signage permit for 3501 Lumber Lane. The permit covers the replacement of the existing sign cabinet with a freestanding sign cabinet for R.P. Lumber. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $21,187.

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