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Building Permits for July 19-23

Steamboat Springs

Weston Oil Co. Inc.

1694 13th Street

J.J. Contracting

Alteration

$25,000

James Kurowski & Dianne Stoyko

786 Amethyst Drive

Owner/Contractor

Addition

$2,450

Wescoin L.P.

2670 Copper Ridge Circle

Owner/Contractor

Warehouse/Office

$1,100,000

Julie Anderson & Greg Grasso

2520 Copper Ridge Drive

Owner/Contractor

Alteration

$42,500

City Of Steamboat Springs 1463 13th Street

Fox Construction

Addition

$900,000

Denny, Swanson 2155 Curve Plaza

Snow Country Construction

Tenant Finish

$105,831

Routt County

N. H. LLC

31050 Sweetwater Drive

Owner/Contractor

Single-family residence

$1,311,385

Phil Matt

27337 Winchester Court

K & M Construction

Single-family residence

$310,100

Kerry Smeester & Bill Mccalpin

29775 Dry Creek Trail

Bird Dog Construction

Single-family residence

$368,009

Phippsburg Water Treatment Plant

21355 Colo Hwy 131

Water Treatment Facility $14,438.40

Fritz & Marilyn Ann Jakob

29460 Hinton Lane

Owner/Contractor

Addition

$104,390

Douglas & Tara Shaffer 25625 County Road 43

Crystal Peak Combined

Single-family residence

$192,222.50

James Dildine & Elsie Antrim 27350 Kelsie Court

Brotherton Construction

Detached Garage

$29,184

Charles & Luanne Feldmann

39805 Westridge Road

JSM Builders Inc.

Addition/Alteration

$270,320

Thomas Stone

32325 Valley View Drive

Herb Roehrs

Deck Addition

$700

Kyle & Elyse Craig

31700 Preserve Drive

Shively Construction

Addition

$68,250

Jeff & Kristine Thompson

57715 Saturn Court

Tuff Shed

Detached Garage

$14,900

Esteban & Miriam Blanco 36838 Tree Haus Drive

Letson Enterprises

Addition

$9,002

Brett & Angie KenCairn

134 W. Williams (Oak Creek)

Owner/Contractor

Single-family residence

$231,160


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