April 6, 2010

Building Permits: Gateway working on $371,000 renovation to student service center

Gateway Technical College is working on a $371,000 renovation to its Student Service Center on the school's Racine campus.

Rasch Construction and Engineering, of Kenosha, is heading the remodeling job, which was by far the largest commercial project in Racine in March.

The city issued four commercial building permits last month for an estimated $393,000 in construction. The city made $4,728 in fees on the permits.

Gateway received its building permit on March 30 and paid $4,452 for the permit. The project's address is listed as 1001 Main St.

Other permits issued in March include:

* 1514 Junction Ave., an interior and exterior renovation by Lucky's Carpentry. Extimated cost: $10,000. Permit fee: $120.

* 1934 Lathrop Ave., 6x24-foot covered porch area behind Teezers by Precise Contracting. Estimated cost: $4,000. Permit fee: $60.

* 1220 Mound Ave., second floor office remodel by Rossi Construction. Estimated cost: $8,000. Permit fee: $96.


  1. Hopefully they fix the motor in the handicapped entrance door. Just a thought.

  2. Which enterance?