Building permits for October hit $8.295 million
by By DAVID DAVIS Managing Editor
Nov 25, 2012 | 1721 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A Publix Supermarket is under construction in Mouse Creek Crossing off Paul Huff Parkway behind Buffalo Wild Wings and Starbucks. The project will be reflected in the November building permit report to be released in December. The Publix building value numbers are not included in the October report. Banner photo, DAVID DAVIS
A Publix Supermarket is under construction in Mouse Creek Crossing off Paul Huff Parkway behind Buffalo Wild Wings and Starbucks. The project will be reflected in the November building permit report to be released in December. The Publix building value numbers are not included in the October report. Banner photo, DAVID DAVIS
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An undefined $7 million project at Whirlpool Corp. accounted for 84 percent of the $8.295 million in construction projects registered in the city of Cleveland in the month of October.

In addition to Whirlpool, commercial permits in the city included interior build outs for H&R Block at 615 Paul Huff Parkway, valued at $58,000, and for an unnamed owner at 3780 Ocoee Place N.W., valued at $120,000.

Development and Engineering Services also recorded a permit in the “Factory Low Hazard” category for a metal building at 4405 Michigan Ave. costing $104,700.

Seven residential permits totaled $752,800, including a three-unit apartment by Charlie Lay valued at $250,000.

A permit for an arch on the corner of Billy Graham Avenue and Church Street at Lee University totaling $75,000 was issued in the “Miscellaneous” category.

Four Building Addition/Alter-ation permits issued for garages and utility rooms accounted for $181,000.

The city collected $20,387 on the 16 permits valued at $8.295 million. By comparison, Bradley County collected $11,759 on $3.44 million worth of new construction during the 10th month of the year.

County numbers included four commercial projects totaling $828,500. The largest was to His Song Ministries at 519 Urbane Road in the amount of $450,000. It was followed by a $375,000 job by The Broadway Group at 3425 Waterlevel Highway.

Bradley County also reported 31 new residential permits and 15 in the “Residential Additions and Others” category. New residential totaled $3.236 million and the “others” category accounted for $204,240.