Building permits, 9/26 to 10/2/2012


3008 Cinema Pl., $100,000 for tenant improvement/addition: enlarge mezzanine and add mechanical platform, finish shell space for coffee shop (kitchen, restrooms, seating spaces). Tenant: The Woods Coffee. Issued Sept. 28.

4285 Meridian St. 103, $10,000 to replace two sets of illuminated channel letters; relocate one logo, install one new logo. Applicant and contractor: Meyer Sign & Advertising Co. Inc. Issued Sept. 28.

516 High St. (WWU Environmental Studies Building), $152,000 for a commercial re-roof: complete tear-off and re-insulation and re-roof of approximately 50 percent of roof systems. Contractor: Axiom Division 7. Issued Sept. 26.

3725 Iron Gate Road, $28,169 for commercial addition: construct unenclosed rood over exterior work area (work largely completed without permits or inspections): Fastcap. Issued Sept. 26.

1125 E. Sunset Drive, $132,000 for a commercial re-roof. Contractor: Hytech Roofing Inc. Issued Sept. 24.


1302 Bay St., $20,000 for commercial remodel to restaurant space to provide exiting requirements. Accepted Sept. 28.

813 Lakeway Drive, $50,000 for tenant improvement: complete newly remodeled shell space for coffee shop. Tenant: The Woods Coffee. Accepted Sept. 28.

1 Bellis Fair Parkway 714, $17,500 for commercial: remove seating and install freestanding action station. Accepted Sept. 27.

2901 Squalicum Parkway CN ground floor, $230,000 for commercial renovation of multipurpose building to accommodate staff departments. Applicant: RMC Architects. Contractor: The Franklin Corporation. Accepted Sept. 26.

1 Bellis Fair Parkway, $65,000 to refurbish four existing pole signs with new cladding, faces and LED illumination. Applicant: CDI Custom Design Inc. Accepted Sept. 25.

410 W. Bakerview Road 107, $50,000 for tenant improvement: complete shell space for eye clinic. Accepted Sept. 24.

2500 Squalicum Parkway, $6,308,512 for new three-story medical office building with parking beneath, shell only: Squalicum Creek Medical Arts Centre. Accepted Sept. 24.

Building permits are obtained from public records kept by the city of Bellingham. These listings include commercial building activity with an estimated valuation of $10,000 or more.

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