The Center, a part of St. John’s United Methodist Church’s outreach ministries
Location: 1411 Brady St., Davenport
Contractor: Mark Construction, Davenport
Architect: Scott Pearson
Particulars: The intent of the addition is to ensure the building meets standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The addition will add about 2,100 square feet onto the building and an elevator and sprinkler system. The church hopes to have the first phase completed by March and move the family thrift center and pantry into permanent quarters. Future phases of the project will readapt parts of the building for use as a learning center and coffee shop.
Comfort Inn Suites
Location: 8300 Northwest Blvd., Davenport
Contractor: Fulmor LLC of Davenport
Architect: Monte Stock, Quincy, Ill.
Cost: $5 million
Particulars: The hotel is scheduled to open in the spring. The building will have 76 guest rooms, which includes 17 suites with whirlpool baths. The facility also has an indoor swimming pool and exercise room.
Location: 1323 W. Locust St., Davenport
Contractor: Ruhl & Ruhl Commercial/exterior work by P R Masonry of Davenport
Architect: Joseph Architectural Group of Rock Island
Particulars: Opening for business in late January or early February. Outside café style seating for Jimmy John’s gourmet sandwiches, which will be the anchor tenant. The building has more than 5,000 square feet of space for retail businesses.
Location: 1235 14th Ave., East Moline
Contractor: American Eagle Builders, Annawan, Ill
Architect: American Eagle
Particulars: The boat dealership will open at the end of January with a 10,000-square-foot showroom and 4,000-square-foot service area in the Great River Industrial Park The roof was constructed in 80- by 24-foot sections and lowered by crane onto the wood and metal structure.
The Quad-City Times regularly prints news photos and information about commercial or other major building projects under way in the Quad-City region. We invite you to alert us to new projects by calling us at (563) 383-2200. Ask for Jennifer DeWitt in the newsroom. Compiled by Mary Louise Speer.