Building permits 11/18/2012

Listed are permits issued recently for all commercial and industrial work, all new single-family and multifamily residences and all residential remodeling over $50,000.

Permits are listed by applicant, location and description of work and estimated cost.

CHAMPAIGN

D. Joseph Construction, alteration for Sherwin-Williams store at 702 W. Marketview Drive, $110,000.

Bickers Construction, repair/replacement work to multifamily residence at 310 E. Chalmers St., $35,000.

Bickers Construction, repair/replacement work to balconies of multifamily residence at 604 E. White St., $15,000.

David Spence, footing and foundation for Church of the Living God at 312 E. Bradley Ave., no cost listed.

Pepper Construction Co., footing and foundation for Hyatt Place Hotel at 217 N. Neil St., no cost listed.

MAHOMET

Bob Darling, new single-family residence at 1512 Cottonwood Court, $400,000.

Doug Dallas, new duplex at 2110 Lucille Lane, $315,000.

Dustin Heiser, new duplexes at 1623 and 1625 Delane Drive, $130,000 each, for total of $260,000.

RANTOUL

Gary Amici, commercial renovation for boat repair shop at 328 E. Champaign Ave., $3,000.

SAVOY

No new permits.

URBANA

Dodds Co., remodeling of hospital building at 901 W. University Ave., $655,000.

Signature Homebuilders, new single-family residence at 708 S. Vine St., $245,000.

Mel Fros, addition/renovation to single-family residence at 713 W. Pennsylvania Ave., $148,000.

David L. Scheitlin Construction, addition to single-family residence at 607 W. Pennsylvania Ave., $72,500.

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whatithink wrote on November 18, 2012 at 10:11 am

Wonder if the NG could tell us who is responsible for checking for ADA compliance on remodel/new businesses in the area?  There sure a lot of new businesses in the area not even attempting to be wheelchair accessible.  I've seen a dozen businesses open with steps to entry, no seating for people in wheelchairs, and no accessible bathrooms.  Many of the downtown bars are a good example, as well as most smaller town businesses. Black Dog, Jupiters downtown(food is better than the new one), Bonyard BBQ, the new apartments/offices at 4th and University, there is a new bar/restaurant in St. Joseph being remodeled which appears there will be no access, Philo tavern, Old Chicago only has a couple of tables not on raised area, so I always have to wait forever, the list could on and on.  Maybe some lawyer should charge out the wazzoo and take these people and whoever inspects them to court so they'll learn to comply.  Wouldn't be any monetary benfit to me, but the lawyer could get rich and I could go to these places without the surprise of not being able to get in.

rsp wrote on November 18, 2012 at 11:11 am

If you call PACE they can help you file a complaint. 

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KOR wrote on November 18, 2012 at 12:11 pm

Many of those places that you listed have not been remodeled in such a manner that requires them to make the buildings compliant with the latest ADA code. Do your research first...

whatithink wrote on November 18, 2012 at 1:11 pm

Most of those places have been completely gutted and redone and have been opened since the ADA guidlines were established, which DOES mean they have to comply, thank you. Almost every one but the Black Dog have gone through a significant remodel.  

Sec.36.402 Alterations.

(a) General. (1) Any alteration to a place of public accommodation or a commercial facility, after January 26, 1992, shall be made so as to ensure that, to the maximum extent feasible, the altered portions of the facility are readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities, including individuals who use wheelchairs.