Residential housing projects led construction permits provided by the city of Cleveland in March.Residential building permits totaled $2,646,295 of the total of $4,133,743 in construction plans for …
Residential housing projects led construction permits provided by the city of Cleveland in March.
Residential building permits totaled $2,646,295 of the total of $4,133,743 in construction plans for the month. Commercial building permits were $646,822, while building additions and alterations were $837,626.
The total of building permit fees for the month was $16,755, paced by $10,224 for the proposed residential projects. Additions/alterations were $4,101, with $2,430 for the planned commercial construction.
There were three commercial permits, 18 for additions and alterations, and 11 for residential — a total of 32 building permits.
The largest single project being proposed is by the Mueller Company, which is planning a new, $494,122 building on Industrial Drive. The contractor for this project is listed as American Engineered Solutions.
Another commercial building permit was issued to Hershal Cody Jr. for the construction of a crematory on Georgetown Road. This permit is for a $125,000 construction project.
The third commercial permit went to Wilder Contracting. This $30,700 permit is for interior remodeling at 2435 Guthrie Ave. N.W.
Hal Taylor, Transportation and Maintenance supervisor for Cleveland City Schools, was provided a $2,500 permit for a storage building at Cleveland High School on Raider Drive N.W.
In other additions/alterations:
• Dennis Norman obtained a $65,000 permit for an automobile painting facility at 5455 Ramsey St.
• Rob Renner Construction is planning a car wash conversion on North Lee Highway, with the job value listed at $200,000.
• Thomao Logan is planning an addition to his garage on Crestview Drive, a construction project that is estimated at $12,500.
• Timothy James, a homeowner on South Ocoee Street, is planning to convert his garage into a living space, a $25,000 project.
• Garry Phanor is planning to add two bedrooms to his home on Century Avenue S.E., an $8,000 construction.
• Homeowner Eric Gruber is planning to add a garage to his property at 3207 North Ocoee St. This is a $55,000 project.
• Homeowner Jacob McKenzie will be adding an attached deck to his home at 1032 Brad St. N.W. This is another $2,500 job.
• Jerry Smith, on Centenary Avenue, obtained a $1,000 permit to replace a stoop deck.
• Jeff Dunn received a $20,000 permit for his property at 1950 White St. S.E., planning to add a bedroom and bathroom.
• C.C. Blankenship and Sons, on North Lee Highway, will be constructing a utility room — a $25,000 project.
• The Jenkins Company on Thomas Avenue is planning a change to its gable roof, and other repairs, and required a $70,000 permit.
• The city of Cleveland obtained a $23,500 permit for an addition to the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club on Johnson Boulevard.
• Close Up Storm Service is planning to reroof St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church on Clingan Ridge Drive, and add new drip edges. This is a $207,000 project.
• Jackson Manufacturing on North Lee Highway has a $2,500 project ongoing.
• Business owner Ken Lawson obtained a $9,999 permit for shingles and awning replacement on Georgetown Road,.
• Royalty Companies of Indiana received a permit for a $28,127 roof replacement at 895 Keith St.
• Walmart South is planning alterations to its grocery pickup area on Treasury Drive, an $80,000 project. The contractor is Powerhouse Retail Service.
Single-family residential permits were obtained by James Daniel Smith for Westside Drive N.W. ($96,900); Pratt & Associates on Timber Creek Road ($194,905); Piyush Patel on Princeton Hill Drive ($520,000); Pyramid Construction on Freewill Road N.W. ($220,000); Dennis Epperson on Bluff Drive N.W. ($350,000); John Underwood on Freewill Road N.W. ($205,000); Pratt & Associates on Little Pond Road ($208,335, $163,370 and $201,535); and Conerstone Construction at 2810 Ashwood Place ($148,750).
Pyramid Construction is also constructing a four-unit townhome complex at 270 Trunk St., a $337,500 project.
There were 18 land disturbance permits issued at a cost of $690. They included projects on Westside Drive, Timber Creek Road, Princeton Hill Drive, Freewill Road, Bluff Drive, Little Pond Road and Ashwood Place.
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