ARIZONA Orcutt Winslow is planning to develop the Solterra MidTown Assisted Living Facility. The seven-story, 110,000-sq-ft building will be located at the intersection of Third Avenue and Indian School Road South in Phoenix. The project is valued at $11 million. Orcutt Winslow, 3003 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 85012. DR#16-00490406.

FLORIDA The Broward County Board of Commissioners is planning to build the Broward Addiction & Recovery Center on a 4.16-acre site at 325 SW 28th Terrace in Fort Lauderdale. The 50-bed detox facility will consist of two buildings: the two-story, 49,000-sq-ft BARC Central building and the two-story, 24,000-sq-ft Nancy J. Cotterman Center. Pirtle Construction Co. has been selected as the construction manager-at-risk. It is being designed by Saltz Michelson Architects, Inc. The project is valued at $14 million. Broward County Board of Commissioners, 115 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, 33301. DR#03-00815711.

MONTANA The Montana Dept. of Administration is planning to build the Southwest Montana Veteran’s Home in Butte. It will consist of five cottage-style homes, containing 12 bedrooms each and some common space, and a community center where residents can gather for social events. The project is valued at $15 million. Montana Dept. of Administration, 1520 E. Sixth Ave., Helena, 59601. DR#09-00601904.

PENNSYLVANIA WPHS Venture Partners LLC/Heights Advisors are planning to convert the former West Philadelphia High School building, located at 4700 Walnut St., into 298 loft-style apartments, ranging from 400 sq ft to 1,600 sq ft. In addition, it will include 15,000 sq ft of ground-floor retail space. The project is being designed by Harman Deutsch Architecture and is valued at between $20 million and $25 million. WPHS Venture Partners LLC/Heights Advisors, 140 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201. DR#16-00468457.

WISCONSIN American Transmission Co. is planning to construct the Spring Valley/North Lake Geneva Electric Reliability Project. The project entails building a new 25-mile 138-kV transmission line from the existing North Lake Geneva substation in southern Walworth County to the existing Spring Valley Substation in western Kenosha County. It also includes a new substation near Twin Lakes and a new 69-kV transmission line between the new substation and the existing substation in Twin Lakes. The project is valued at between $72 million and $91 million. American Transmission Co., P.O. Box 47, Waukesha, 53187. DR#13-00418252.

Contracts, Bids, Proposals

MISSOURI Branco Enterprises Inc. has started building a new Neosho Junior High School in Neosho. The two-story, 130,000-sq-ft building will be organized into eight “neighborhoods” with five classrooms and a lab in each. It will also have a two-story tall gym. The project is valued at $23.1 million. Branco Enterprises Inc., 12033 E. Highway 86, Neosho, 64850. DR#15-00549158.

NORTH CAROLINA Grubb Ventures has started building the Glenwood Gated Luxury Apartments at the intersection of Oberlin Road and Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh. The project involves the demolition of existing apartments and the construction of 186 new units, three resident club rooms, a café, a pool and a boccie court. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Grubb Ventures, 3733 National Dr., Raleigh, 27612. DR#12-00683906.

Bid, Proposal Dates

ARKANSAS 5/19 The North Little Rock Wastewater Utility is seeking bidders to carry out the White Oak Sewer Interceptor project. The project involves furnishing and installing 8,400 ft of 36-in.-dia ductile-iron sewer line, 5,000 ft of 18-in.-dia ductile-iron sewer line, and manholes. The project is valued at $5.5 million. North Little Rock Wastewater Utility, Attn: Marc Wilkins, Director, 7400 Baucum Pike, North Little Rock, 72117. DR#16-00508603.

CALIFORNIA 5/25 The City of Sacramento is seeking bidders to build the Shasta Park Water Facility on a five-acre parcel east of Bruceville Road. It will entail constructing a 2,800-gallon-per-minute potable-water well, a groundwater-treatment system to remove methane, oxidation and filtration to remove manganese, and chloride and fluoride addition. It also includes constructing a 4-million-gallon, wire-wrapped, prestressed-concrete water-storage reservoir and a booster pump station with a capacity of 12 million gallons per day, and a control building. The project is valued at $12.6 million. City of Sacramento, 915 I St., Sacramento, 95814. DR#16-00504684. 

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