Building permits up in November

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The most valuable building permit the City of Moose Jaw issued in November allows Paice Construction, Ltd., to construct a $1.1-million low-hazard warehouse at 1420 Athabasca St. E.

The second most valuable building permit the city issued in November allows Century West Construction to build the shell only of a new restaurant at 857 Thatcher Dr. E. at a cost of $850,000.

Those were two of 22 building permits city hall issued in November worth a total of $5.57 million. In November of last year, the city issued 26 building permits worth approximately $4 million.

Other industrial and commercial building permits issued last month included one to Klemenz Bros. Homes, Inc., to build a $300,000 contractor’s workshop at 1907 Stadacona St. W.

Another commercial building permit went to Tilbury Design for alterations, repairs and additions to a $200,000 restaurant and lounge at 820 North Service Road.

There was also a permit issued to C&S Construction to build a foundation for a new restaurant for the Little Chicago Development Company, Inc., at 19 River St. W. Further, the city issued a permit to C&S Builders, Ltd., to allow for $17,000 in indoor washroom renovations in the Palliser Regional Library at 366 Coteau St W.

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

Organizations: Paice Construction, Century West Construction, Klemenz Bros. Homes North Service Little Chicago Development Company CS Builders Palliser Regional Library Times-Herald

Geographic location: Moose Jaw

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