The city numbers include $2.6 million for commercial or new business development and $1.5 million in the residential category. Renovation of the Cleveland High School Theater valued at $399,930 is among the building permits, along with a $140,000 permit for a new Starbucks at 615 Paul Huff Memorial Parkway.
Included in the commercial permits is also an expansion at the Whirlpool Building on Benton Pike, a remodeling at Sunshine Acceptance on Mount Vernon Drive, expansion of the Habitat Store on Grove Avenue and two four-unit apartment buildings on Grove Avenue.
Total of all construction, including residential, for the month of June was valued at $4,141,106.
W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co. pulled 10 permits valued at $105.4 million for work on the new Wacker Polysilicon plant. The $1.8 billion plant under construction near Exit 33 off Interstate 75 is scheduled for completion in December 2013.
A second significant commercial and industrial permit was issued to Denmark Construction Co. in the name of Voice of Evangelism for $13.4 million. The permit is for the Omega Ranch going up at 410 Urbane Rd. N.E.
Residential activity reported by the county building department included 18 new homes valued at $1.9 million. The figure includes one tornado-damaged house at 5725 Eureka Road, and six mobile homes.
Other residential activity in the county included $72,000 for additions and or alterations.
The figures released are in line with the May numbers when Bradley County reported $91.5 million with Wacker accounting for $87.6 million. Since December 2010, when Bradley County issued its first land disturbance permit to Wacker, the company has pulled permits valued at $362,956,588 and paid $526,272 in fees.
The city of Cleveland reported $4.1 million in May with $2.9 million in commercial spending.