There were 114 building permits issued in November with a total estimated construction cost of $12,856,189.

Many of the permits, 40, issued last month were occupancy permits for single-family homes, according to a report compiled by the city building department.

The industrial addition at Frick’s Quality Meats topped the list for construction permit valuation at $7,500,000.

Listed below is a breakdown of the types of projects, number of permits issued and estimated construction costs for those projects:

Antenna, one, $1,000;

Commercial alteration, five, $1,724,240;

Deck, one, $5,000;

Electrical service, four, $12,850;

Fire sprinkler system, seven, $779,100;

Grading, one, $850;

Industrial addition, one, $7,500,000;

Commercial occupancy, one;

Multifamily occupancy, 21;

Single-family occupancy, 40;

Two-family occupancy, five;

Preliminary plat, one;

Residential alteration, five, $148,343;

Single-family building, 10, $2,021,000;

Single-family attached, two, $425,815;

Rezoning, one;

Sign, two, $5,476;

Street excavation, three, $1,860;

Swimming pool, one, $58,000; and

Sewer lateral/repair, two, $2,655.

Frick’s Project

Frick’s Quality Meats, which manufactures smoked meats and sausages in many varieties, is planning a 18,000-square-foot expansion to its existing 120,000-square-foot facility at 360 M. E. Frick Drive.

To accommodate the company’s expansion, the city is making necessary stormwater improvements to the industrial park through a recently approved Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for $678,075. The CDBG was approved by the Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED).

The city of Washington will utilize the CDBG to make stormwater improvements at the industrial park.