The city of Pasco is planning a public-private partnership development along the Columbia River. Known as Osprey Pointe, the 52-acre site is already anchored by a city-developed office building. There is potential for transforming the marine terminal as well as developing multifamily, mixed-use residential, office, commercial and light-tech manufacturing buildings. The site, formerly a bulk fuel storage and distribution facility, has been remediated but approximately 14 acres are limited to industrial use as a consequence of residual impacts from contamination. Community Services Office, City of Pasco, 525 N. Third Ave., P.O. Box 293, Pasco, 99301. DR#17-00732041.
Oregon Coast Community College has initiated planning for a Workforce Education & Resiliency Center, valued at $15 million. The building will be designed and built as an emergency shelter and response center for the South Beach area in the event of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake or other disaster. Oregon Coast Community College, 332 SW Coast Highway, Newport, 97365. DR#17-00728700.
King County is currently reviewing design-bid-build bids for construction of a 70-million-gallon-per-day, wet-weather treatment station for combined-sewer-overflow wastewater. The site is expected to be at East Marginal Way and South Michigan Street in Seattle. King County Procurement/Contract Services Section, 401 Fifth Ave., 3rd Fl., Seattle, 98104. DR#17-00668206.
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