Commercial Building Permits (July 3)

07/02/2014 3:01 PM

07/02/2014 3:01 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

Apartment Building, 2330 N. Oliver, $18,000, repair, Rutherford & Sons.

Blue Custom Homes, 14632 W. Valley Hi Court, $157,790, house.

Robl Construction, houses: 14200 W. Onewood, $146,781, 3370 Brush Creek Circle, $204,392, 12501 E. 27th N., $141,682.

Elite USA Construction, houses: 8165 E. Old Mill Court, 8141 E. Old Mill Court, each valued at $153,679.

Nies Homes, 4504 W. Shoreline, $235,827, house.

Chapin Park, 3800 S. Hydraulic, $63,300, addition, Bauer & Son Construction.

St. Margaret Mary Parish, 2635 Pattie, $160,000, addition, Sauerwein Construction.

Relph Construction, 3121 E. Maplewood, $125,059, house.

Don Klausmeyer Construction, 10914 W. Hollywood, $123,678, house.

Sonic Drive-In Restaurant, 504 S. Broadway, $392,000, building, D.E. Construction.

Office Building, 1900 E. Morris, $10,000, alteration, Encore Construction LLC.

Comfort Homes, 1109 N. Forestview, $178,968, house.

Wal-Mart, 5475 N. Meridian, $500,000, renovation, Rick Shipman Construction.

Twin Peaks Restaurant, 7325 W. Taft, $600,000, remodel, Commerce Construction Services.

Paul Gray Homes, 2605 N. Garnett, $152,663, house.

Cliff Omo, 3510 W. Central, $300,000, building, Ink Construction.

County

DLT Enterprises, 15678 E. 85th N., $82,972, house.

Midwest Building Supply, 604 N. Springwood, $300,000, house.

SCFD Station 31, 5848 N. 247th W., $24,350, alteration, Sky Contracting.

Steve Kelley Homes, 12511 W. 35th S., $189,000, house.

Oxy-Chem, 6401 S. Hoover Road, $153,317, house, Conco Inc.

Sprint, cell towers: 6630 W. 13th, 8371 W. 87th S., 7006 Ida, 3137 N. Maize Road, each valued at $15,000, Out for Bids; 6609 N. Woodlawn, $25,000, alteration, North Management Services LLC.

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