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Vancouver Building Permits


Commercial building permits more than $100,000 issued by the city of Vancouver.

June 26-July 28

Lies Brothers Construction, 12302 N.E. 56th St., $865,800, construct metal building for grow facility.

K & F General Contractors, 2004 S.E. 192nd Ave., Camas, $110,000, new fitness space in existing space; 2005 S.E. 192nd Ave., Camas, $110,000, office improvements.

Walsh Construction, 6221 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., $1,633,860, apartment building with 30 units, plus office space.

R & B Roofing, 4808 N.W. Fruit Valley Road, $326,865, roof overlay system.

Market Contractors, 8024 E. Mill Plain Blvd., $431,000, tenant improvements.

LMC Construction, 3303 N.E. 78th Ave., $868,179, 15-unit apartment building, offices and community space; and $776,348, 15-unit apartment building.

JR Johnson, 4710 Plomondon St., $150,000, repair fire damage.

Columbia Roofing & Sheet Metal, 2911 S.E. Village Loop, $296,537, replace roof.

Perlo Construction, 3217 N.E. 112th Ave., $1,169,367, construct wholesale facility.

Momentum, 13909 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd., $1,068,521, construct office for credit union.

Advanced Electric, 5950 E. 18th St., $253,440, construct warehouse shell.

Cobra Bec, 16600 S.E. McGillivray Blvd., $711,329, replace roof.

Jim Fisher Roofing & Construction, 11505 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., $125,495, replace roof.

McDonald & Wetle, 2801 S.E. Columbia Way, $130,000, replace roof.

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