Building permits, 4/27 to 5/24/2012

The following recent building permit activity includes permits for commercial projects in Bellingham valued at $10,000 or more.


4164 Meridian St. 302, $35,000 for tenant improvement: interior alterations for new office tenant in existing space: RH2 engineers-planners-scientists. Contractor: Kettman & Company. Tenant: RH2 Engineering.

2726 Alderwood Ave., $109,737 for commercial addition: enlarge seating area, convert to dining room, alderwood park convalescent facility. Contractor: Rose Construction.

2901 Squalicum Parkway, $16,000 for commercial alteration: installation of security doors outside of first floor emergency department entrance: does not and must not affect egress path from building: St. Joseph Hospital. Contractor: Doorman Commercial LLC.

516 High St. (WWU), $2,529,999 for commercial alterations: install fire alarm and sprinkler systems, construct generator enclosure, improve stair guardrails, upgrade seismic systems. Applicant: King Architecture. Contractor: Regency NW Construction Inc.

2200 Rimland Drive 250, $22,000 for tenant improvement: remodel office suite on the second floor of three-story building. Contractor: Scoboria Construction, Inc. Issued May 1.

4123 Strider Loop, $24,000 for commercial alterations: demolish/modify walls & install ceiling in “clean room” for future changes to conveyer system above. Applicant and contractor: Scoboria Construction Inc. Tenant: NW Heath Care Linen.

315 Westerly Road, $55,282 for commercial alteration: install ballasted roof rack for solar panel system. Applicant and contractor: Ecotech Energy System LLC. Tenant: Community Food Co-op.

3218 Fielding Ave., $1.04 million for commercial addition/alterations of former restaurant into a new church: MyChurch. Applicant: RMC Architects. Contractor: Pearson Construction Corp.

1401 12th St., $160,000 to construct non-bearing partition, replace existing suspended ceiling grid and tiles in prep areas, replace existing V.C.T. flooring with porcelain tiles throughout the store: Haggen. Applicant and contractor: Woodman Construction Inc. Tenant: Haggen’s Fairhaven.

2418 Alabama St., $488,475 for new commercial building: new convenience store/gas station (existing fuel canopy to remain in place): Yorky’s Alabama Street Market. Applicant: Grinstad & Wagner Architects. Contractor: Moceri Construction Inc.

516 High St. (WWU), $312,000 for commercial alterations, Ross Engineering: remodel rooms 304/304A, 321 and 322. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Ross Engineering. Contractor: Colacurcio Bros. Inc.

516 High St. (WWU), $96,200 for commercial alterations, Performing Arts Building: remodel room 47. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Performing Arts Building. Contractor: Colacurcio Bros. Inc.

516 High St. (WWU), $195,000 for commercial alterations, Humanities Building: remodel rooms 109 and 304. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Humanities Building. Contractor: Colacurcio Bros. Inc.

516 High St. (WWU), $1,159,600 for commercial alterations, Environmental Studies Buidling: remodel labs/classrooms 128-131, 213, 218, 223, 322, 331 and 418. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Environmental Sciences. Contractor: Colacurcio Bros. Inc.

516 High St. (WWU), $153,400 for commercial alterations, Bond Hall: remodel rooms 325 & 400/404. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Bond Hall. Contractor: Colacurcio Bros. Inc.

516 High St. (WWU), $678,600 for commercial alterations, Arntzen Hall: remodel classrooms 14, 16, 30, 317 and 421. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Arntzen Hall. Contractor: Colacurcio Bros. Inc.

103 E. Stuart Road, $25,000 for tenant improvement: conversion of existing tax-preparation office into small restaurant (cupcake manufacture & service): Cupcakes Like It Sweet. Tenant: Cupcakes Like It Sweet. Contractor: Bishop Builders.

1 Bellis Fair Parkway 326, $125,000 for tenant improvement: interior remodel of existing space for new retail: Best Buy Mobile. Tenant: Best Buy Mobile. Contractor: Horizon Retail Construction Inc.


1323 11th St., $18,000 for tenant improvement: convert retail clothing store into sandwich shop, add outdoor seating, provide access door into neighboring tenant space. Contractor: Professional Contracting Inc. Tenant: Jimmy’s Deli.

1707 N. State St., $210,000 for commercial alteration: convert night club into cafe and indoor kids play area. Tenant: Family Clubhouse Cafe LLC. Contractor: The Franklin Corporation.

1311-13 N. State St., $95,000 for tenant improvement: expand ground floor space for commercial kitchen, restaurant, office and storage areas; restore historic storefront. Tenant: ACME Farms & Kitchen.

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