Building Dept Monthly Report for May, 2010

 

 

 

 BUILDING PERMIT ACTIVITY

 

The Monthly Report for May 2010 indicates the following activity:

  • Sixty-five (65) Building Permits issued;
  • Reported Construction Value of all activity is $2,998,264.00; and,
  • Collected Revenue totals are $11,561.52 (see attached report).

 

 

COMPARISON OF TOTAL BUILDING PERMIT ACTIVITY

  

REPORTING YEAR

# OF PERMITS ISSUED

REPORTED CONSTRUCTION VALUE

TOTAL REVENUE COLLECTED

1996

6

$557,500.00

$1,564.00

1997

156

$15,808,440.00

$36,918.85

1998

141

$11,396,566.00

$25,980.45

1999

133

$9,802,110.00

$24,239.90

2000

106

$9,685,415.00

$17,970.65

2001

140

$27,949,782.00

$33,090.35

2002

92

$10,262,098.00

$19,325.10

2003

105

$14,427,194.00

$27,800.40

2004

142

$15,584,248.00

$27,893.08

2005

142

$33,886,742.00

$62,299.08

2006

294

$34,199,783.00

$76,896.22

2007

233

$36,008,111.00

$75,820.05

2008

182

$56,717,050.00

$62,432.69

2009

168

$24,023,465.00

$56,326.98

2010

214

$19,562,553.00

$57,933.02

 

 

 

 RESIDENTIAL GROWTH COMPARISON

 

REPORTING YEAR

# OF RESIDENTIAL STARTS

2000

103 units

2001

157 units

2002

104 units

2003

127 units

2004

221 units

2005

403 units

2006

341 units

2007

269 units

2008

139 units

2009

157 units

2010 (year-to-date)

69 units

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TOTAL

2080 units

 

 

NOTE: unit counts include new single-family buildings, 2-unit buildings, & multi-unit buildings

 

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION ACTIVITIES

 

During the period of May 1, 2010, to May 31, 2010, Mike Tulli completed a total of 258 inspections, including 30 Building Code citations and 2 Stop Work Orders.  Erin Mulryan completed a total of 84 inspections, including 22 Building Code Citations.  Also included is a spreadsheet that indicates the total number of field inspections done by inspector in a year-to-date format.

 

ITEMS OF NOTE

 

1.      These are some of the continuing construction projects: the new River Birch Elementary School, a shell expansion to the multi-tenant building behind Tasty's on U.S. 36, the Adult Learning Center, Cafeteria, & Gymnasium expansion to Avon High School, Washington Township's community building and Shelter in Station Hill, one (1) expansion project to Clarian West Hospital, one (1) new office at Clarian West, the Town of Avon salt barn project, the HRH/YMCA project, Our Shepherd Lutheran Church on County Road 100 North, a lease space in Avon Centre for Advance Auto Parts, and the new Fairfield Inn in Eden Gate.

2.      New projects slated to start this and/or next month includes Lucas Oil Auto Center at Avon Pointe (?), a new lease space in Shiloh Crossing for Benjamin Insurance, the Wellness Clinic for Avon School Corporation, a catering center behind Tasty's on U.S. 36, an interior renovation at McDonald's by Kroger, and an office building expansion to the wastewater treatment plant behind Menard's.

3.      The Planning & Building Department continues to monitor approximately 24 vacant homes in all areas of the Town's jurisdiction.  Homes and pools are monitored for security and vandalism, and this involves coordination with the Avon Police Department, the Washington Township Avon Fire Department, and the Washington Township Trustee's office.   This activity also involves securing fences, pools, unlocked exterior doors and windows, as well as working with mortgage companies to ensure that these sites are secure.

4.      The Buildable Lots Spreadsheet, which tracks permit activity for each neighborhood within the corporate limits of the Town of Avon as new Building Permits are issued is include in this report.


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