Construction permits up in 2012 over 2011

Lisa Goudy
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The single largest building permit issued in October went to Paice Construction allowing the company to build a $462,000-storage building on the 1300 block of Athabasca Street East.

The second largest permit went to Sparta Homes Ltd. to build a dwelling and attached garage and deck for $418,000 on the zero block of Hodges Crescent.

Those were two of 21 permits issued in October worth $3.68 million. In October 2011, the city issued 29 permits worth $7.7 million.

Two of the 21 permits issued last month were for commercial and industrial use. The other commercial permit worth $625 went to Wells Interiors for interior renovations for retail at a cost of $125,000 on the 700 block of Main Street North.

The other 19 permits were for residential use. HD Drake Builders received a permit worth $1,456 to build a dwelling and attached garage on the 700 block of Fairford Street East for $291,200.

For more information, see an upcoming edition of the Times-Herald.

Organizations: Paice Construction, Sparta Homes, Drake Builders Times-Herald

Geographic location: Athabasca Street East

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