Bid/Proposal Dates


The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District will accept bids through Aug. 2 for the Earthquake Safety Program Transbay Tube (TBT) Internal Retrofit. The $200-million to $330-million project calls for fabrication and installation of up to 9,269 tons of ¾-in.-thick steel plate in the galleries and bores of the rail tunnel under San Francisco Bay. Construction is expected to start in October. San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District, 300 Lakeside Dr., 16th Fl., Oakland, 94612. DR#16-00529931.


The University of California, Santa Barbara requests qualifications by Aug. 5 from firms to provide design and construction administration services for the construction of a physics building at the school’s main campus. Preliminary programming for the $93-million project recommends a 74,000-sq-ft structure to house 43,000 sq ft of laboratory space with at least 14-ft-high ceilings. The project would also reorganize 67,000 sq ft of space in the existing physics building. UC Santa Barbara, Facilities Management, Bldg. 439, Rm. E, Santa Barbara, 93106-1030. DR#16-00583190.


The University of California, Irvine is accepting design-build bids through Aug. 18 for a three-story classroom and office building. The project, which has been estimated at $46.2 million, includes a 72,000-sq-ft structure to house active learning environments with two large lecture halls, classrooms, computer labs, tutorial spaces, administrative offices and support space. The selected contractor will also abate hazardous materials and demolish an existing building on the site. UC Irvine, Design & Construction Services, 101 Academy, Ste. 200, Irvine, 92617. DR#14-00520178.

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