Permits for 3 new construction projects, 1 demolition issued in Dallas

Wondering what buildings are going down or going up in Dallas? Local building permit data can shed light on what’s under construction in your area.

In the past week, the city issued 155 building permits, according to BuildZoom, a platform that helps homeowners and businesses with new builds and conversions.

Three of these permits were for new construction, one for a demolition project and the rest for repairs and renovations.

Read on for a selection of the most notable new permits.

Housing permits

Demolition, renovation and repair

  • Contractor Hernan Hernandez Air received approval to repair / renovate a structure at 2310 Dathe Street.
    The approval defines the scope of the project as: “Install new HVAC.”
  • Applicant Go Heating & Air has been granted a permit to repair / renovate a building at 1719 Macmanus Drive.
    The work is described as: “Install new HVAC.”
  • Contractor Conard Construction, LLC received approval to demolish a structure on Main Street 2030.
    The permit defines the scope of the project as: “Demolish interior walls – no building back n / a – free floor space.”
  • Applicant Scorpio Electric received approval to add a structure at 6202 Martel Ave.
    The work is described as: “Install electrically for new build or extension.”
  • Contractor Proshield Roofing has received approval to repair / renovate a structure at 7315 Azalea Lane.
    The work is described as: “Remove the existing roof and install a new roof.”
  • Contractor Dfw Roofing Pro has been granted a permit to repair / renovate a structure on Fortson Ave. 18816 granted.
    In the permit, the scope of work is described as follows: “Remove the existing roof and install a new roof.”
  • Contractor Scott Roofing received a permit to repair / renovate a structure at 9310 Timberhollow Circle.
    In the permit, the scope of work is described as follows: “Remove the existing roof and install a new roof.”
  • Contractor A1 Roofing & Construction Lc has received a permit to repair / renovate a structure at 6475 Pemberton Drive.
    In the permit, the scope of work is described as follows: “Remove the existing roof and install a new roof.”
  • The construction of the building contractor Prado received a permit for another structure in the Pappelstrasse 1625.
    The work is described as: “Remove the existing roof and install a new roof.”
  • Contractor Priority Contracting received approval to repair / renovate a building at 807 S Barnett Ave.
    The permit defines the scope of the project as: “Remove the existing roof and install a new roof.”

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