published Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

What are Chattanooga's biggest building projects?

Construction begins on a temporary building to house a worldwide conference of VW’s top leaders on the site of the company’s Chattanooga manufacturing plant at the Enterprise South industrial park in this file photo.
Construction begins on a temporary building to house a worldwide conference of VW’s top leaders on the site of the company’s Chattanooga manufacturing plant at the Enterprise South industrial park in this file photo.
Photo by John Rawlston.
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In September, the city of Chattanooga issued 186 building permits with a collective value of $28.3 million. The highest value projects started last month were:

1 Temporary pavilion for Volkswagen management conference at the VW plant by Integrated Properties LLC, $4.4 million

2 Solar panel farm at Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport by Pointe General, $3.6 million

3 Renovation of storage space at 201 W. Main St. to office and retail space by Morgan Construction Co., $2.7 million

4 Completion of exhibit space and offices for the River City Co., 2 Broad St., by Morgan Construction Co., $1.1 million

5 Redesign of stairway and elevator project at Memorial Hospital in Glenwood by Brasfield & Gorrie, $1 million

Source: Chattanooga building inspection department, Department of Public Works

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