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Medical and corporate campus expansions top largest building permits in November

November saw more than $554 million in commercial construction permits with values of at least $2 million each, according to city of San Antonio records.

University Health System received a $233.6 million permit for alterations at its 4502 Medical Drive campus, which appears to be for interior work connected to the women’s and children’s tower project as part of its ongoing hospital expansion.

Corporate Office Properties Trust filed a $79.9 million permit at 1050 Democracy, where it appears to be building a data center near the government park it owns at 1 Sony Place, which houses a National Security Agency facility.

Skanska USA filed multiple permits totaling $59.4 million for interior work at the former Frost Bank tower it is redeveloping for the city of San Antonio at 100 W. Houston St. The project is a joint venture between Skanska and F.A. Nunnelly Co. The project is in the final stages of interior demolition, Public Works Department spokesman Paul Berry said.

Southwest Research Institute is building an office building on its headquarters campus, according to records filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, separate from the office project revealed in August. The 70,000-square-foot facility will include administrative areas, lab and testing areas in support of commercial spacecraft evaluation, according to the TDLR filing. A $29.4 million permit filed for the project was pulled last month.

Click here to read the full article: Major expansions top November’s largest commercial construction permits (San Antonio Business Journal, 12/16/20)


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