248 Dunlop Blvd. SW: Alterations to an industrial building for Science and Engineering Services, Inc. Contractor: Simco Construction. $2.2 Million
1 Hospital Dr. SW: Alterations to a medical building for Community Health Systems/Crestwood Medical Center. Contractor: Brasfield & Gorrie. $1.84 Million
101 Sivley Rd. SW: Alterations to a medical lab for Huntsville Hospital. Contractor: James Hill Acoustical. $1.8 Million
6500 Redstone Gateway SW: Footing, foundation, and shell of a hotel for Redstone Hospitality, LLC (Towne Place Suites by Marriott). Contractor: Coats Electric. $960,000
6890 Governors West NW, Unit A: Addition to a retail building for IMI Huntsville, LLC (Dick’s Sporting Goods). Contractor: Doster Construction. $640,000
300 Pelham Ave. SW, Unit A1: Alterations to a retail space for The Chocolate Bar. Contractor: Cutting Edge Construction. $419,000
1112 Church St. NW: Installation of a generator for Nektar. Contractor: ICE Contractors. $330,000
1000 Glenn Hearn Blvd. SW: Alterations to an airport terminal for Huntsville International Airport (American Airlines). Contractor: Moon Construction Services. $288,000
410 Johns Rd. NW: Construction of a building for Christ Community Church. Contractor: Ashnah Construction. $267,000
4800 Whitesburg Dr. SW, Unit 21: Alterations to a restaurant space for Shane’s Rib Shack. Contractor: Grayson Construction. $160,000
350 Voyager Way NW: Alterations to an office building for Samples Properties. Contractor: Carl Lowe Construction. $150,000
In March, 78 housing units were permitted, all single-family units. The top tract for building permits last month was 109.01 (Hampton Cove), where 20 units were permitted. This is a 78.6% decrease over March 2014, when 364 housing units (88 single-family and 276 multi-family) were permitted.
Residential Certificates of Occupancy (new construction) in Huntsville city limits:
133 housing units were granted certificates of occupancy (CO’s), including 48 single- and 85 multi-family units. The top tract for CO’s in the month of March was 31 (Downtown) where 61 housing units were added, all multi-family. This is a 34.6% increase over March 2014, when 87 housing units (68 single-and 19 multi-family) were granted CO’s.