Building permits, January 2012

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

Accepted

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $3.8 million for renovations to existing residence hall: modifications for new fire alarm and sprinkler systems, new generator, student room upgrades, seismic upgrades. Applicant: King Architecture.

1 Bellis Fair Pkwy 532, $45,000 for commercial alteration: remodel portions of existing mall food court and adjacent tenant space to create building shell for new tenant. Owner: General Growth Properties.

3301 Squalicum Pwky, $9,517,000 for new commercial building: ambulatory health care facility: St. Joseph Integrated Cancer Center. Applicant: Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects.

1016 N. Garden St., $950,00 for new four-story, eight unit multifamily building and associated parking structures.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $312,000 for commercial updates: media systems in existing classrooms; minor demo and new finishes. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Ross Engineering.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $96,200 for commercial updates: media systems in existing classrooms; minor demo and new finishes. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Performing Arts Center.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $195,000 for commercial updates: media systems in existing classrooms; minor demo and new finishes. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Humanities Building.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $1,159,600 for commercial updates: media systems in existing classrooms; minor demo and new finishes. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Environmental Sciences.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $153,400 for commercial updates: media systems in existing classrooms; minor demo and new finishes. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Bond Hall.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $678,600 for commercial updates: media systems in existing classrooms; minor demo and new finishes. Applicant: RMC Architects. Tenant: Arntzen Hall.

119 W. Chestnut St., $2.2 million for remodel of existing commercial building and addition of new stories with commercial shells and residential units.

220 McKenzie Ave., $36 million for improvements to waste water treatment facility. Applicant and contractor: M.A. Mortenson.

1805 Midway Ln., $541,112 for new 10,400-square-foot storage building.

3131 Ferry Ave., $50,000 to convert existing clubhouse facility into one three-bedroom apartment. Applicant: Grinstad & Wagner Architects.

2418 Alabama St., $625,000 for construction of new 3,806-square-foot convenience store. Applicant: Grinstad & Wagner Architects

3908 Meridian St. 102, $40,762 for tenant improvement: enlarge existing retail store (#102) into adjacent tenant space (#104), which was previously a cafe. Applicant: Design Associates Inc.

1 Bellis Fair Pkwy 532. $650,000 for tenant improvement: complete shell space for new retail tenant. Owner: General Growth Properties. Applicant and tenant: Forever 21.

2901 Squalicum Pkwy. $40,000 for installation of patient lifts in patient care areas. Applicant: PeaceHealth Medical Group.

105-107 E. Holly St., $20,000 for shell improvement: modify storefront entries in two unoccupied tenant spaces. Applicant: RMC Architects.

1 Bellis Fair Pwky 326. $125,000 for tenant improvement: interior remodel of tenant space for new retail tenant. Owner: General Growth Properties. Tenant: Best Buy Mobile.

2432 E. Bakerview Rd., $185,937 for commerical alterations/additions: add to ground floor showroom and shop, enlarge second story offices and storage area within existing building footprint. Applicant: Fuller Buidling Design.

3810 Bakerview Spur. $127,000 for commercial addition to existing warehouse for outdoor fabrication.

2801 Meridian St., $34,252 for installation of photovoltaic system on south side of roof. Applicant: Ecotech Energy Systems LLC.

1212 11th St., $1,550,000 for new two-story building with basement shell and core for three tenant spaces. Applicant: RMC Architects.

1600 F St., $25,000 for minor interior changes to add walls for X-ray area, extend exterior ramp, replace window with door. Contractor: Driven Construction.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $285,000 for office remodel. Tenant: Old Main.

3935 Iron Gate Road, $97,000 for construction of offices, restrooms and breakroom within existing warehoues. Applicant: Franklin Corporation. Tenant: Motion Industries.

103 Highland Dr., $40,000 for remodeling of interior of religious center, converting upper floor of residential use. Applicant and contractor: Danny Finkelstein Construction and Design.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $41,000 for demolition of existing shed and construction of new pole building for Outback Farm near Fairhaven College.

Issued

1224 Cornwall Ave., $55,000 for commercial alternation: install solar PV system on the south western portion of roof. Contractor: Western Solar. Tenant: Leopold Hotel.

4289 Meridian St., $12,000 to replace one existing neon internally illuminated wall-mounted sign with new LED sign: same location and size. Applicant and contractor: Meyer Sign and Advertising Company.

2219 Rimland Dr., $37,500 for two roof-mount antenna sectors with shrouds and equipment platform for wireless communication facility. Contractor: Wren Construction Inc. Tenant: Verizon Wireless.

4279 Meridian St., $12,000 for two wall-mounted internally illuminated signs: one already in place and location being adjusted. The other is an added sign: Chase Bank. Applicant and contractor: Graphic Display. Tenant: Chase Bank.

4280 Meridian St. 140, $10,000 for two wall-mounted internally illuminated signs: Sleepmasters Mattress Outlet. Applicant and Contractor: Meyer Sign & Advertising. Tenant: Sleepmasters Mattress Outlet.

4435 Gooding Ave., $35,000 for communications tower alterations: install six antennas on existing tower and associated equipment on adjacent pad. Applicant and tenant: T-Mobile. Contractor: Wren Construction Inc.

619 Cornwall Ave., $580,000 for commercial alterations, shipping terminal: replace/repair south dock timber piling & framing; install cathodic protection at north and center steel piling. Contractor: Quigg Bros. Inc.

207 Harris Ave., $55,000 for commercial alterations: repair/replace damaged NE corner of timber pier. Contractor: Quigg Bros. Inc.

1215 Mill Ave. 201, $10,000 for commercial alterations: enclose upper level entry vestibule with glass storefront. Applicant: Zervas Group. Contractor: Woodman Construction Inc.

Western Washington University, 516 High St., $85,000 for renovations of softball fields and installation of dugout roofs. Applicant: Premier Field Development.

311 Grand Ave., $2,390,842 for upgrades to existing jail and juvenile hall. Applicant: Whatcom County. Contractor: Sierra Detention Systems Inc.

1 Bellis Fair Pwky 532, $45,000 for commerical alterations: remodel portions of existing food court and adjacent tenant space to create building shell for new tenant and reconfigure portion of food court seating areas. Contractor: Pearson Construction Corp. Tenant: Forever 21.

2801 Meridian St., $34,252 for installation of photovoltaic system on south side of roof. Applicant: Ecotech Energy Systems LLC.

2023 Grant St., $794,600 for commerical permit: new 10,000-square-foot steel fabrication building.

1015 N. State St., $30,000 to convert tenant space into tavern, add restrooms and install stage and seating area. Tenant: Green Frog Cafe.

1215 Mill Ave. 101-02, $25,000 to replace storefront with new one on first floor; interior demolition of previous hair salon, casework and plumbing. Applicant: Zervas Group. Contractor: Pearson Construction Corp.

3908 Meridian St. 102, $40,762 to demolish former restaurant and remove demising wall to enlarge retail store. Applicant: Design Associates Inc. Contractor: Northland Development Co., Inc. Tenant: Whistle Workwear.

1070 Lakeway Dr., $75,000 to remodel suite for new frozen yogurt shop. Contractor: Moceri Construction Inc. Tenant: Menchie’s.

1263 Barkley Blvd. 101. $20,000 to convert coffee shop into Mexican restaurant. Tenant: Taqueria Tecalitlan. Contractor: Ramon Painting Inc.

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