Permit Patrol: 23 May 2008

Led by Vandy and Crieve Hall projects, churches and schools continue to put bread on builders' tables. Also: Warehouses on the east side, retail out west and in Hermitage

The Parent Co. is getting its share of Vanderbilt’s recently announced athletic expansion plans. The contractor has pulled papers to add bleachers to Hawkins Field, a project that’s valued at $3 million.

Also at Vanderbilt, Harvest Construction will rehab office space at the Bill Wilkerson Building for the university’s Center for Teaching. Work on the roughly 4,000-square-foot space is worth $368,000.

And sticking with Harvest, the contractor will renovate 8,000 square feet for Saint Thomas Hospital’s human resources group. That job is valued at $126,000.

Maxwell Roofing & Sheet Metal will replace the lid on Metro’s Southeast building near Nashville International Airport. The work is worth more than $1.5 million.

American Constructors is building a 12,000-square-foot addition to Crievewood Baptist Church on Hogan Road. The work is worth more than $1.2 million.

Just down the road, Bomar Construction has pulled a $663,000 permit to add a 6,500-square-foot gym to Crieve Hall Elementary.

Coop Construction Co. has pulled permits for two local warehouse projects. It will build an 8,625-square-foot warehouse addition for McKinney Lumber on Reynolds Road east of the airport. And for Evans Glass Co., it will construct a 7,000-square-foot warehouse on Cornelia Street off Spence Lane.

DWC Construction is rehabbing almost 8,000 square feet in 20 Burton Hills Blvd. for hospital operator Vanguard Health Systems. The job is worth $120,000.

Parkes Co. has pulled two permits worth a combined $701,000 to build the shells for two buildings at Nashville West, the retail center being developed by Newton Oldacre McDonald on Charlotte Pike. The buildings will be 5,000 and 6,000 square feet, respectively.

Anytime Fitness Center will soon move into 4,100 square feet on Old Hickory Boulevard in Jeff Browning’s Hermitage Commons center. CRS Construction is finishing out the space, which is valued at $120,000.