Building permits for seven significant construction projects were issued in May by the City of Mountain Home, according to Jeannie Anderson from the Building Inspection Department. Four of the permits are for commercial investments, while three are for residential projects.
The top commercial permit in construction value is for American Epoxy Scientific, located at 500 East 16th Street. The permit was issued to Gregory Company for a 33,945-square-foot two-story heated addition. The construction value is $3.04 million.
The second largest commercial permit was issued to Americom Construction for Christ Community Church, located at 1605 State Highway 201 North. The 2,180-square-foot heated new and remodel project has a construction value of $1.6 million.
Coming in just under $1 million is a permit issued to Nabholz Construction for a 116,300-square-foot parking lot at Baxter Regional Medical Center. The construction value of the project is $993,000.
The fourth commercial permit issued in May was to Mountain Home Remodeling for the Department of Community Corrections building, located at 613 South Street. The 900-square-foot heated remodel project has a construction value of $90,000.
Two residential permits were issued to Leisure Homes Construction for the construction of a triplex and a duplex at Glenbriar Commons. The projects will be located on Maumee Court.
The triplex has 3,768 square feet of heated space, with an additional 1,620 square feet unheated and a construction value of $258,000.
The duplex has 2,512 square feet of heated space, with an additional 1,080 square feet unheated and a construction value of $172,000.
The third residential building permit was issued to Dunnright Construction, Inc., for a duplex in The Heights Subdivision. No address was provided. The duplex will cover 3,480 square feet of heated space, 968 unheated and a construction value of $250,000.
Four sign permits were issued in May. A permit was issued to Cupples Sign Company, Inc., for a 65-square-foot sign at the Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce, located at 1337 U.S. Highway 62 West. Construction value of the project was $5,800.
Harrison Sign Company secured a permit for two signs for Dollar Tree, located at 40 Plaza Way. Construction value of the two signs was $3,000.
Dijohn Designs obtained a permit for a 50-square-foot sign for The Dog Spaw, located at 701 State Highway 5 North. The sign has a construction value of $1,800.
A banner sign permit was obtained by OMGreek, located at 912 U.S. Highway 62 East, with a constructional value of $80.
Hidey Hole Storm Shelters secured a permit for a 420-square-foot unheated carport, located at 249 North Church Street. The constructional value of the project is $1,980.
Total construction value of 10 permits issued in May was $6.02 million.
The cost of all permits issued for the month of May totaled $15,072, including the actual cost of building, electric, mechanical and plumbing permits, as well as 30-day sales permits, lot splits and mowing fees.
The city building and inspection department handled 98 inspections for the month.
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