Pulse: Project News for the Week of March 6, 2017
Florida ZOM Development is planning to build Luma at Miami World Center, a 44-story residential building at 148 N.E. Seventh St. The 435,000-sq-ft building will include 429 apartments. ADD Inc. (now part of Stantec) is the designer of the project, which has been valued at $130 million. Suffolk Construction has been chosen as the general contractor. ZOM Development, 200 E. Broward Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 33301. DR#15-00553288.
Iowa Caliber Homes and Gateway Townhomes are jointly planning to develop Trestle Crossing Townhomes on a site north of N.W. 18th Street and east of Irvinedale Drive, in Ankeny. The complex will encompass 90 units in numerous three-story buildings, with six or eight units per building. Civil Design Advantage is the project designer, and Happe Homess LLP is the general contractor. The project has been valued at between $10 million and $15 million. Caliber Homes, 720 S. 68th St., West Des Moines, 50266. DR#16-00580357.
Nebraska Edward Rose & Sons Development Co. is planning to build the Tradewinds apartment complex on Q Street in Omaha. The 18-building complex will contain 576 apartments. Dorchen/Martin Associates Inc. is the designer of the project, which has been valued at $25.9 million. Edward Rose & Sons Development Co., 6101 Newport Rd., Portage, Mich., 49002. DR#09-00434340.
Nevada Tahoe Beach and Ski Club is planning to develop phase two of its complex in Stateline. This phase will entail the construction of a club building, containing a restaurant, a yoga and Pilates pavilion, a gym, a spa and a business center; an infinity pool, floating pier, cabanas and fire pits. Collaborative Design Studio is the designer of the project, which is valued at $65 million. Tahoe Beach and Ski Club, 3601 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, Calif. 96150. DR#16-00599754.
North Carolina The University of North Carolina is planning to relocate to other facilities the vivarium currently housed in Berryhill Hall, clearing the site for construction of the new Medical Education Building. Possible sites to accommodate the vivarium include McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Taylor Hall, the MBRB Building and Marsico, which would have to be expanded. Further, new caging will be installed in the Genetic Medicine Building. Wagner Architecture plc is the designer of the project, which has been valued at $10 million. University of North Carolina, 103 Airport Dr., Chapel Hill, 27599. DR#17-00533016.
Rhode Island Pezzuco Construction has started to convert into a residential complex the former Imperial Knife Factory building at 60 King St., in Providence. The project will involve exterior alterations, including new aluminum-clad windows, a new roof, masonry restoration, a new elevator and totally gutting the interior. ICON Architecture Inc. is the designer of the project, which has been valued at $12 million. Pezzuco Construction, Attn: Ronald Pezzuco, Principal, 28 Kenwood St., Warwick, 02889. DR#15-00658468.
Texas Hickman Investments Ltd. and Majestic Realty Co. are planning a redevelopment of the Fort Worth Stockyards Mule Barn. The project entails turning part of the 180,000-sq-ft space into a walk-through retail street that tourists and locals can enter from Exchange Avenue. Bennett Benner Pettit (formerly Gideon Toal) is the designer. The project’s value has been estimated at $43 million. Hickman Investments Ltd., 6777 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, 76116. DR#14-00684380.
Washington Spokane County is planning to construct a transitional trainload rail facility on Geiger Spur, 3,000 ft of rail located between Spokane International Airport and Fairchild Air Force Base. Further, the project will entail the creation of docks and other temporary staging platforms for loading and unloading of rail cars. The project has been valued at between $4 million and $4.5 million. Spokane County Purchasing Dept., Attn: Bruce Price, Senior Buyer, 1101 W. College Ave., Spokane, 99201. DR#17-00551724.
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Washington 3/16 The Washington State Dept. of Fish & Wildlife is seeking bidders to redevelop the Soos Creek Hatchery in Auburn. Besides demolition, the work includes construction of a sheet-pile retaining wall, an intake structure, a concrete adult pond and spawning shed, a concrete fish ladder, an in-water weir structure, a juvenile-fish bypassage concrete structure, a heavy-concrete setting pond, a design-build metal hatchery building, a concrete fine settling pond, an office building and a septic system. The project is valued at $16.8 million. Washington State Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, Attn: Brian Dennery, 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, 98501. DR#12-00514518.
New York 3/21 The New York City Dept. of Transportation’s Bureau of Highways is seeking bidders to replace partially the Bruckner Expressway’s Unionport Bridge, in the Bronx. The project entails the complete replacement of the movable-span superstructure; the partial replacement of the flanking span framing; replacement of the reinforced-concrete deck on the flanking spans; the replacement of the deck and some of the beams in the approach-span structures; and replacement of mechanical and electrical systems. The project has been valued at between $13.5 million and $22 million. New York City Dept. of Transportation’s Bureau of Highways, 55 Water St., New York City, 10041. DR#97-00122385.
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