Commercial building permits (May 2)

05/02/2013 12:00 AM

05/01/2013 3:34 PM

The following applications for commercial building permits have been filed by contractors on the seventh floor of City Hall, 455 N. Main, and at the Sedgwick County Yard, Seneca and Stillwell.


Chapman Custom Homes, 14002 W. Texas Circle, house, no value given.

Cornerstone Builders, 10627 E. Glengate Circle, $322,249, house.

Don Klausmeyer Construction, houses: 1834 N. Kentucky Court, $92,470, 14118 Westport, $130,415, 12713 W. Grant, $102,926, 14206 W. Westport, $122,336, 1443 N. Blackstone Court, $178,080, 1428 N. Blackstone Court, $183,793.

Evans Building, 9801 W. York, $345,800, addition.

Kansas Masonic Home, 401 S. Seneca, $4,800,000, renovation, Hutton Construction Services.

Leewood Homes, 1523 N. Ridgehurst, $266,684, house.

McDonald’s, 3527 N. Rock Road, $325,000, renovation, Out For Bids.

Mennonite Housing, houses: 1347 Cleveland, 1355 Cleveland, 1238 Wabash, each valued at $121,553.

Moeder Construction, 15910 E. Boxthorn, $151,796, house.

Poggie Plastic Surgery, 3510 N. Ridge Road, $79,000, alteration, Sauerwein Construction.

Robl Construction, 3321 N. Brush Creek Circle, $186,899, house.

Wheat State Distilling, 1635 E. 37th N., $19,398, alteration, Innovative Construction Services.

Zimbelman Construction, 2445 N. Woodridge Court, $121,317, house.


Child Start, 4600 S. Clifton, $75,000, addition, WDM Architects.

DB Construction of Wichita, 15300 Talopa Circle, $2,000,000, house.

Fort Storage, 1638 S. 151st W., $7,880, building, Meridian Construction.

Miller and Miller Construction, 349 N. 215th W., $200,000, house.

Rau Construction, 15717 W. 13th St., $550,000, house.

Spirit AeroSystems, 3801 S. Oliver, $4,912,259, building, Martin Eby Construction.

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