Allied Realty & Development is planning to construct the Cotton Street Lofts at 400 30th Ave. East in Tuscaloosa. The project will consist of 22 five-story buildings and include 61 apartments, 12,000 sq ft of retail space, a swimming pool and a parking deck. The project has been valued at $16 million. Allied Realty & Development, Attn: Clayton Hudson, 535 Jack Warner Pkwy., N.E., Tuscaloosa, 35404. DR#16-00441915.


RealAmerica Development LLC is planning to build the Lake Park Senior Residential Facility in Hobart. The facility will consist of a three-story building containing 80 residential units, located at 111 West 10th St. The owner will be subcontracting. The project is valued at $12.5 million. RealAmerica Development LLC, Attn: Jeff Ryan, Development Associate, 10711 America Way, Fishers, 46038. DR#15-00624701.


The Hennepin County Transportation Dept. is planning to replace two Chapter 152 bridges, the I-35W “Braid” bridge and the I-35W “Flyover” bridge, connecting I-35W northbound to I-94 westbound. These bridges are required to be replaced by legislative action due to their condition. SEH Inc. has been selected as the design engineer, and CH2M Hill has been selected as the civil engineer for the project. The project is valued at $102 million. Hennepin County Transportation Dept., Attn: Jim Grube,Director, 1600 Prairie Dr., Medina, 55340. DR#14-00691101.


The City of Greenville is planning an expansion and renovation of the Greenville Zoo. Phase one will entail a new multistory entry complex, including a gift shop and cafe, a 10,000-sq-ft Asian forest and tiger exhibit, and an animal health clinic. The current administration building will be renovated into a commissary and staff workspace. PJA Architects is the designer of the project. Phase one is valued at $15.2 million. City of Greenville, Attn: John Castile, City Manager, 206 S. Main St., Greenville, 29601. DR#15-00539419.


Snohomish County Paine Field Airport is planning a new two-gate passenger terminal at Paine Field in Everett. The 29,000-sq-ft terminal will be located next to the control tower and will include valet parking. Fentress Architects Inc. designed the terminal, which is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Construction is expected to be completed by late 2017. Snohomish County Paine Field Airport, Attn: Aris Ghouse, Director, 3220 100th St., S.W., Everett, 98204. DR#15-00453285.

Bids, Contracts, Proposals


The Foremost Cos., a developer, has started phase one of the Terramor project, a large residential community taking shape on an 890-acre site in Temescal Valley, south of Corona. Phase-one site development will entail 3.9 million cu yd of earthmoving, as well as construction of streets, bridges, retaining walls, water and sewer systems, and utilities. Murow CM is serving as the owner’s agent. The developer will be using multiple contractors to build the 620 single-family homes envisioned in phase one. Foremost Cos., Attn: Brian Woods, Senior Vice President of Land Development, 4590 MacArthur Blvd., Newport Beach, 92660. DR#15-00705022.


Shawmut Design & Construction, the construction manager, has started building the Arcadia Crossing Apartments in West Hartford. The project will create 310 apartments by converting the 185,000-sq-ft Sister of Saint Joseph convent and chapel and constructing a 308,000-sq-ft addition. Northeast Collaborative Architects designed the project, which is valued at $90 million. Shawmut Design & Construction, 116 Washington Ave., North Haven, 06473. DR#13-00562888.


Fru-Con Construction, a  division of Balfour Beatty, has started carrying out an alteration project at the Broad Run Water Reclamation Facility Interim Biosolids plant in Ashburn. The project entails concrete placement as well as the installation of doors and windows, thermal and moisture protection, cranes and hoists, and electrical systems. Hazen & Sawyer is the architect and civil engineer. The project is valued at $16.9
million. Fru-Con Construction, 100 Riverside Pkwy., Fredericksburg, 22405. DR#14-00502814.

Bid, Proposal Dates


The Winn Parish Courthouse Sheriff’s Office is seeking bidders to build the Winn Parish Jail Facility in Winnfield. The single-story, 23,950-sq-ft building will be located at 460 Thomas Mill Rd. Spirit Architecture Group designed the project, which has been valued at $10 million. Winn Parish Courthouse Sheriff’s Office, 119 W. Main St., Winnfield, 71483. DR#13-00670832.