Building permit roundup – Feb 7

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Building permit roundup – Feb 7

BY NAN KORDING

Read which building permits were approved by the City of Springfield between Jan. 29, 2018, and Feb. 4, 2018.

St. John’s Hospital has obtained a commercial building permit for 500 N. Ninth St. The permit is for the St. John’s Madison Street parking ramp. The contractor is Springfield-based O’Shea Builders, and the project is valued at $7,429,329.

Springfield Clinic has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 1025 S. Sixth St. The permit covers a mechanical, electrical and plumbing remodel of the GI procedure room at Springfield Clinic’s Main Campus East. The contractor is Springfield-based O’Shea Builders, and the project is valued at $200,000.

TRI Multigroup LLC has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 1701 J. David Jones Parkway. The permit is for the repair of a railing on the south end of the Howard Johnson ramp. The contractor is Bethany-based R. Callahan Construction, and the project is valued at $10,500.

Kirk Jefferies has obtained a commercial remodeling permit for 7012 Kingsmill Ct. The permit covers a tenant build-out for a chiropractic office and the construction of partitions to create an additional office, along with other projects. The contractor is Springfield-based Kirk Jefferies, and the project is valued at $4,200.

Springfield Art Association has obtained a commercial demolition permit for 815 N. Fifth St. The permit covers the demolition of a commercial building. The contractor is Dawson-based TRB Associates, Inc., and the project is valued at $4,000.

U-Haul has obtained a commercial signage permit for 410 N. Bruns Lane. The permit covers a U-Haul wall sign and opaque decals. The contractor is Springfield-based Ace Sign Company, and the project is valued at $3,400.

Wade Bradley has obtained a commercial signage permit for 1531 W. Jefferson. The permit covers two new wall-bolted signs for Dropped Mobile. The contractor is Springfield-based I.D. Signs and Service, and the project is valued at $1,000.

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