The City of Arkadelphia issued 13 building permits with an estimated construction value of $224,838 for the month of March 2023. The figure is significantly higher than February construction work, which totaled $54,100 from eight permits. For the same period in 2022, the city issued 24 permits totaling $483,800 in estimated construction work.
Records were obtained from the city’s Building Department under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act and include valuations of work except where omitted from reports. Here’s a rundown of permits filed in February 2023:
Christopher and Charlotte Watson of Sunnyvale, Texas, hired Tony Vo Construction of Arkadelphia to construct a single family home at 126 S. Clark St. using an existing foundation and in-slab plumbing. Valuation for the job is estimated at $85,000.
Gloria Hart is adding a 16’x16’ structure to an existing dwelling at 103 S. 25th St.
Richard Vaught hired Keith’s Roofing of Hot Springs to tear off and re-shingle a roof at 108 Maple Ct. Valuation for the job is estimated at $19,000.
Fred Stricklin of Hollywood Road hired Gregory McGhee of Arkadelphia to demolish a 72’x30’ duplex at 400 S. 11th St. Valuation for the job is estimated at $10,000.
Third Street Baptist Church hired Palmer Roofing to tear off and replace/repair a ridge vent and ridge cap at its 224 Crawford St. facility. Mr. Palmer reports he performed the work at no cost. Valuation otherwise would have been $1,200.
Jason Greenwich installed a 12’x12’ building at 1052 Phelps Circle.
Keith’s Roofing of Hot Springs was hired to tear off and re-shingle a roof at 1809 Sylvia St. Valuation for the job was estimated at $15,000.
Natalie Scrimshire hired Nivo Solar of Arkansas to install 28 solar panels on a roof at 1440 Huddleston St. Valuation for the job was estimated at $34,888.
Seiz Sign Company of Hot Springs was hired to replace the existing AP&L signage with new Entergy signage at 2803 W. Pine St.
The City of Arkadelphia hired TSC Construction for the modification of existing cell tower equipment for existing wireless carrier Verizon Wireless, adding three antennas and replacing six remote radio units at 726 N. 10th St. Valuation for the job was estimated at $30,000.
Martha and Fred Cobb hired Keith’s Roofing of Hot Springs to tear off and re-shingle a roof at 2834 Sylvia St. Valuation for the job was estimated at $12,450.
Larry Williams of Springfield, Virginia, hired Palmer Roofing for a shingle layover at 1034 Clinton St. Valuation for the job was estimated at $7,000.
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