The city of Cleveland reported $3.597 million in activity spread somewhat evenly among the three construction categories: Residential, $954,000; Addition/Alteration, $1.083 million; and Commercial, $1.559 million.
Bradley County reported no new Commercial and Industrial permits during the month. Twenty-three permits valued at $2.381 million in the Residential category and 12 in the Residential Additions and Others category totaled $363,500 for a sum of $2.745 million.
In the county, the Residential category included three double-wide and four single-wide mobile homes. Two homes, one on Randolph Samples Road S.E. and a mobile home on Old Johnson Road S.W., were storm related. The permits range in value from $3,500 to $250,000.
The Residential Additions and Others category included two barns, two demolitions, one garage, two remodels, three additions, one outside storage and one camper. A demolition project on Newby Road S.E. is also storm related.
The city issued permits for eight alterations and additions, three commercial and 12 residential permits. Nonresidential activity included a build-out for Menchie’s Yogurt at 525 Inman St. West in the amount of $150,000; McDonald’s, 281 Pleasant Grove Road S.W., $230,000; a physical therapy and exercise club in the Old Woolen Mill, 445 Church St., $46,500; a nail salon and spa at 211 Ocoee Crossing N.W., $24,742; and Belk in Bradley Square Mall, $600,000.
Residential construction in the city included four single-family houses ranging in value from $60,000 to $164,000. Eight townhomes in the 2400 block of Campbell Bridge Road are being built by D&S Custom Homes and Greg Calfee Builders has four under construction in the 1600 block of Stonebriar Drive N.E.
In June, the city of Cleveland reported $4.1 million in building permits that included $2.6 million for commercial or new business development and $1.5 million in the residential category.
Bradley County reported more than $241 million in June on the strength of Wacker Polysilicon North America when W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co. pulled 10 permits valued at $105.4 million. The $1.8 billion plant under construction near Exit 33 off Interstate 75 is scheduled for completion in December 2013. 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.