Commercial building permits (May 30)
05/30/2013 12:00 AM
05/29/2013 3:09 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.
Nies Construction, 15710 E. Camden Chase, $177,514, house.
Don Klausmeyer Construction, 1101 Hollywood, $126,248, house.
Build Wichita, 3422 N. Beach Club Circle, $264,644, house.
Leewood Homes, 1545 N. Graystone, $245,666, house.
Robl Construction, houses: 6202 W. Kollmeyer Court, $153,430, 11313 W. Fontana Court, $238,353, 4405 W. Emerald Bay, $252,319, 10924 W. Waterside, $151,823.
Paul Gray Homes, 2743 N. Woodridge Court, $153,104, house.
St. Francis of Assisi, 861 N. Socora, $1, tent.
Catron Construction, 10810 W. Atlanta Circle, $132,874, house.
Uneeda Self Storage, 2120 N. Hoover Road, $60,000, building, Meridian Construction.
Mennonite Housing, 2327 N. Rosenthal, $104,102, house.
Nies Construction, 10411 E. Summerfield Circle, $333,434, house.
Associated Electric, 450 N. St. Paul, $30,000, renovation.
Ridgeport Pool House, 6614 W. Shadow Lakes, $10,000, building, Innovative Construction Services.
PM Sleep Lab, 2135 N. Ridge Road, $30,000, renovation, Larry Cook Construction.
Johnson Controls, 3120 N. Mead, $200,000, renovation, Eby Construction.
Comfort Homes, houses: 2359 S. Wheatland, $130,984, 2214 S. Wheatland, $114,245.
Wichita Marriott, 9100 E. Corporate Hills, $2,400,000, renovation, Crossland Construction.
Joselito Magmo, 4109 W. Emerald Bay, $260,690, house.
Richard Fawson, 15015 Maple, $295,298, house.
Vision Homes, 8517 W. Candlewood, $157,797, house.
Mead Middle School, 2601 E. Skinner, $1,621,000, addition, Sauerwein Construction.
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