Commercial Building Permits (March 13)

03/13/2014 12:00 AM

03/12/2014 12:30 PM

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

City

Build Wichita, houses: 1340 S. Rock Creek Road, $139,417, 13015 E. Bellechase, $187,583.

Cardinal Health, 536 N. St. Francis,$83,082, alteration, Hodess Construction.

Chapman Construction, 14714 McCormick Circle, $195,720, house.

Comfort Homes, houses: 2318 S. Limuel Circle, $130,804, 2371 S. Wheatland, $131,314.

Daryl Lee Catron Construction, houses: 6329 N. Richmond Court, $173,451, 2402 S. Fieldcrest Circle, $138,685.

Get Air Trampoline Park, 130 New York, $80,000, renovation, Graycon Building Group.

Heights High School, 5301 N. Hillside, $723,999, renovation, Dondlinger and Sons Construction.

Iron Workers, 3555 N. Santa Fe, $650,000, building, Snodgrass and Sons Construction.

Matt Peters Construction, 13727 E. Camden Chase, $196,447, house.

Medical Community Credit Union, 1400 S. Oliver, $18,455, alteration, Builders Inc.

Nies Construction, 138 N. City View, $202,679, house.

OK Elementary School, 1607 N. West St., $1,800,000, addition, Sauerwein Construction.

Platinum Construction, 10037 E. Boston, $214,653, house.

Sewester Homes, 3205 S. Bluelake Court, $135,498, house.

Steve Kelley Construction, 1834 S. Lark Court, $77,880, house.

Tradmark Inc., 4243 Newell, $115,780, house.

Via Christi St. Joseph Medical Center, 3600 E. Harry, $95,000, renovation, Conco Inc.

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