Jeep dealership in Decatur, new school building in Madison among projects issued permits

A new Jeep dealership in Decatur, a private school in Madison, and apartment and home construction in Huntsville were among the projects that were issued permits in the area last week.

The new buildings for Auto Dealership Champion of Decatur and Primrose School in West Madison were the most expensive projects. These are his two of his three single projects that have exceeded $1 million in one week.

Al H Pickens of Fortson, Georgia is listed as the builder of the new Jeep Dealer in Champions of Decatur. The building at 3831 US 31 South is worth more than his $4.8 million.

The new Primrose School of West Madison private school at 117 Field View Lane in Madison is valued at $4.2 million. According to the website, the school offers programs for children up to the age of 12.

Tri South Contractors of Grayson, Georgia is listed as the builder for the school building. Tri South specializes in commercial projects. Projects include restaurants such as CVS Pharmacy, Dutch Brothers Coffee, Dunkin Donuts, O’ Charley’s and Applebee’s.

The City of Huntsville has issued a permit for a $1.5 million conversion at Dynatics Solutions at 1004 Explorer Drive. Yuna Kwon is now listed as the project owner. His Brasfield & Gorrie of Birmingham, who have been involved in several Huntsville area projects, are listed as builders.

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