Projected construction cost of The Standard @ Flagstaff student housing project in Flagstaff, Ariz.
The Truckee Meadows Water Authority is accepting bids until Nov. 4 for a water line project that is valued from $17 million to $19 million. The project will consist of the installation of approximately 27,600 ft of 24-in. pipe as well as the installation of 42-in. casing that will cross the NDOT 395/Interstate 580 right-of-way. Installing miscellaneous valves and fittings will also be required. The project site is located along Lemmon Drive through portions of Washoe County and the city of Reno. Truckee Meadows Water Authority, Susan Whittet, Engineer, 1355 Capital Blvd., Reno, 89502-7140. DR#15-00634475.
The Arizona Dept. of Transportation is accepting bids until Nov. 20 for a new roadway project, the I-10/SR303L System Traffic Interchange, Phase 2, which is valued at $83 million and is located in Goodyear, Ariz. The project will consist of roadway lighting, paving, bridge construction, sidewalk and parking lot construction, site development and landscaping over an estimated 3.76 miles along Interstate-10, plus another 1.92 miles on Loop 303. Time allowed for completion is estimated at 600 days. Arizona Dept. of Transportation Contracts & Specifications, Greta Nelson, Engineer, 1651 W. Jackson St., Rm. 121F, Phoenix, 85007-3217. DR#15-1500643593.
Q&D Construction is currently accepting subcontractor prequalification documents for downtown Carson Street improvements, which are valued at $8 million. Work will include widening sidewalks, narrowing the surface street, upgrading utilities and the construction of an outdoor plaza on Third Street. The project will also include landscaping; striping and signs; reinforcing; and structural steel. Prequalification documents are requested as soon as possible. The project has a projected start date of Jan. 1. Q & D Construction, Will Morgan, Construction Manager, 1050 S. 21st St., Sparks, 89431-5596. DR#15-00458677.
New Mexico Tech is accepting general contractor bids until Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. for a $12-million chemistry building. The owner seeks a 25,000-sq-ft, two-story, structural steel building with a cement finish. The building is also expected to seek LEED certification. New Mexico Tech, Kimela Miller, Procurement Officer, 801 Leroy Pl., Socorro, 87801-4681. DR#14-00424369.
The University of New Mexico is currently accepting design proposals for a replacement Physics and Astronomy Interdisciplinary Science Building. The project is currently valued at $66 million. Proposals are due to the owner by Nov. 20 at 3 p.m. MST. The new 137,000-sq-ft building, targeted to be completed in March 2019, will include student and staff offices; general classrooms and resource areas; class labs; and research spaces. University of New Mexico Purchasing Dept., Jenny Ramirez, Contracts Specialist, 1 University Dr., Rm. 116, Albuquerque, 87131-0001. DR#12-00555038.
Bid of the Week
Eastern New Mexico University is accepting CM at-risk qualifications until Nov. 5 for the renovation of a library into a success center on the university’s campus in Albuquerque. The renovation would place the tutoring center and the student’s veteran’s office in the building. Phase 1 of the 90,000-sq-ft renovation is expected to include roofing and HVAC updates. Project cost is expected to be $11 to $19 million and is contingent on passage of a bond election in November 2016. Dekker/Perich/Sabatini is the architect. DR#14-00650046.