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Vancouver Building Permits

The Columbian
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Commercial building permits over $100,000 issued by the city of Vancouver.

AUG. 20 – SEPT. 29

Ten Talents Construction, 315 N.E. 192nd Ave., $150,000, improvements at Gyro Shack.

Delerio Construction, 221 N.E. 104th Ave., $300,000, tenant improvements.

Roof Toppers, 611 Grand Blvd., $517,000, replace roof.

McDonald & Wetle, 3000 Columbia House Blvd., $329,200, replace roof at EarthLink.

Fore Construction, 16516 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd., $126,000, construct pool building; $382,790, club house; $108,772, apartment above garage; $2,558,829, 24-unit apartment building; five two-unit apartment buildings, $217,544 each; four 24-unit buildings, $1,721,567 each; two 24-unit buildings, $2,398,478 each.

Skanska USA Building, 6400 MacArthur Blvd., $6,359,463 and $7,791,919, construct foundations for new elementary and middle schools.

MCM of Washington, 1300 Esther St., $129,000, tenant improvements.

Weatherguard, 1901 N.E. 162nd Ave., $183,624, replace roof.

Charter Mechanical Contractors, 11324 N.E. 51st Circle, $195,943, replace two rooftop units.

TEAM Construction Group, 7508 N.E. 45th St., $1,733,040 and $1,540,480, construct two 24-unit apartment buildings.

Prairie Electric, 300 S.E. 184th Ave., $573,507, construct eight-unit building.

Balfour Beatty Construction, 400 N.E. Mother Joseph Place, $560,000, replace dishwashing equipment.

Hinton Services, 6205 N.E. 87th St., $741,691, construct warehouse, storage and office building.

Perlo Construction, 3300 N.W. 32nd Ave., $400,000, tenant improvements.

WDC Construction, 1910 E. Mill Plain Blvd., $348,732, construct six-unit apartment building.

Bunch Construction, 6321 N.E. 131st Ave., $259,100, construct warehouse.

Primary Construction, 301 N.E. 192nd Ave., $140,000, improvements at Pizza Hut.

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