Alabama Samvardhana Motherson Group is planning to build SMP Automotive Systems Alabama, a manufacturing facility for exterior and interior automotive components. The 700,000-sq-ft plant will be situated in the Cedar Cove Technology Park in Cottondale. The project is valued at $154 million. Samvardhana Motherson Group, Attn: Pankaj Mital, COO, Plot No. 1, Sector 127, Noida-Greater Noida, 20131, India. DR#15-00610168.
Connecticut Shelter Ridge Associates LLC is planning to build the Towne Center at Shelter Ridge mixed-use development in Shelton. The project encompasses 300,000 sq ft of retail and commercial space, 121,000 sq ft of office space, a nine-story, 450-unit rental apartment building, a 200-unit assisted-living facility and a two-story, 32,000-sq-ft medical building. R.S. Granoff Architects P.C. is the designer. The project is valued at $100 million. Shelter Ridge Associates LLC, Attn: Sirjohn Papageorge, Principal, 74 Barnswallow Dr., Trumbull, 06611. DR#16-00513030.
Louisiana SCTE LNG and G2 LNG LLC are planning to build the Monkey Island LNG Processing Export Facility & Port on the Cameron Ship Channel in Cameron. Engineering firm Kellogg Brown & Root is designing the facility. Further advancement on the project is pending federal permit approval. The target date for construction to start is mid-2017. The estimated construction cost is $9 billion. SCTE LNG, Attn: Greg Michaels, President, 15021 Katy Freeway, Houston, 77094. DR#16-00418409.
New Hampshire Encore Enterprises is planning to build the Bedford Place mixed-use development in Bedford. The project involves the demolition of the former Macy’s building and construction of a four-story office building, a five-story hotel, two single-story restaurants, three retail buildings and a parking garage, totaling 359,400 sq ft. Prellwitz/Chilinski Architects Inc. is designing the project, which is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Encore Enterprises, Attn: Patrick Barber, CEO, 5005 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway, Dallas, 75244. DR#15-00624902.
New Mexico The City of Las Cruces now is planning to build a transit operations and maintenance building. The project involves constructing a single-story, 32,000-sq-ft building near the intersection of Interstate 10 and Motel Boulevard. DWL Architects Planners Inc. is designing the building. The project is valued at between $10 million and $15 million. City of Las Cruces, Attn: Tomas Mendez, 700 N. Main St., Las Cruces, 88001. DR#14-00451585.
Pennsylvania Slippery Rock University is planning to renovate and build an addition to the 133,333-sq-ft Miller Auditorium. Renaissance 3 Architects and Westlake Reed Leskosky Architects Inc. are handling the design work. The project is valued at $24.6 million. Slippery Rock University, Attn: Tod Horner, Administrator, One Morrow Way, Slippery Rock, 16057. DR#10-00669793.
South Dakota Rembrandt Enterprises Inc. is planning to expand a cage-free egg production facility in Lake Preston. The expansion initially will house three-million cage-free “layers,” or chickens, in planned phases. The project has been valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Rembrandt Enterprises Inc., Attn: Dave Rettig, President, 1419 480th St., Rembrandt, Iowa 50576. DR#16-00512933.
Bids, Contracts, Proposals
Oregon Emery & Sons Construction Inc. has started the Hollywood-Grant Park sewer-pipe rehabilitation project in Portland. The project is valued at $11 million. Emery & Sons Construction Inc., 3831 Fairview Industrial Dr., S.E., Salem, 97302. DR#14-00706824.
Texas Manhattan Construction Co. has started carrying out the Toyota Stadium redevelopment project in Frisco. The project includes adding new locker rooms, separate field-level tunnels, new video boards and a 24,000-sq-ft National Soccer Hall of Fame Museum. HKS Inc. designed the project, which has been valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Manhattan Construction Co., Attn: Jonathan Collins, Vice President of Construction, 6300 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, 75206. DR#15-00638705.
Utah Gerber Construction Co. has started rebuilding and expanding the Silver Creek Water Reclamation Facility in Park City. The project entails expanding the facility to a capacity of 4 million gallons per day and includes construction of new headworks, with screening equipment and an influent pump station; pre-stressed-concrete equalization tanks; concrete bioreactors with anaerobic and anoxic treatment zones; three secondary clarifiers with fiberglass domes; a tertiary filter building with UV-disinfection equipment; a solids building with mechanical dewatering equipment; and an electrical building with a new power service and stand-by generator. Carollo Engineers designed the project, which has been valued at $43.5 million. Gerber Construction Co., Attn: Jason Woffinden, 815 E. 675 South, Lehi, 84043. DR#15-00503197.
Bid, Proposal Dates
Indiana 6/3 The Geis Cos., the general contractor, is seeking subcontractor bidders to carry out the 9 Indianapolis mixed-use urban resort project. The project involves converting the 19-story, 544,922-sq-ft former AT&T headquarters building, located at 220 N. Meridian St., into a Marriott Autograph hotel, apartments, multiple food and beverage venues, and Class A office space for AT&T Services Inc. on a long-term lease. The project’s value has been estimated at $65 million. The Geis Cos., Attn: Bob Fridrich, 2017 E. Ninth St., Cleveland, Ohio 44115. DR#16-00530365.
Florida 6/15 The Florida Dept. of Transportation is seeking bidders to carry out a highway-widening project in Hillsborough County. The project entails widening the existing two-lane undivided state Route 43 (U.S. 301) to a six-lane divided roadway, from the intersection of state Route 674-Suncity Center Boulevard to county Route 672-Balm Road. The project is valued at $51.7 million. Florida Dept. of Transportation, 605 Suwannee St., Tallahassee, 32399. DR#15-00669568.
New Jersey 7/25 New Jersey Transit is requesting prequalification statements from design-builders to rehabilitate the Roseville Tunnel in Byram. The project includes removal of loose rock; rock-bolting, to secure unstable rock blocks; repair of the existing concrete tunnel liner; and installation of a membrane liner, CCTV cameras at both portals, and a lighted pedestrian path inside the 1,024-ft long tunnel. The project’s value has been estimated at between $25 million and $50 million. New Jersey Transit, Procurement Dept., Attn: Leslie Jenkins, One Penn Plaza East, Newark, 07105. DR#16-00508293.