Midwest Pulse: Construction bids for the week of Nov 11
Res-Polyflow is planning a plastics-to-fuel energy-recovery facility in Ashley. The Perry, Ohio-based company will initially invest $90 million to construct an 80-acre production facility adjacent to Interstate Route 69 in Ashley, with plans to fully invest up to $181.94 million into building and equipping the operation by 2019. The $182-million project is still in the planning schematics stage with architect Shambaugh & Son. Construction is slated to begin in the second quarter of 2018. Res-Polyflow, 8584 E Washington, Ste. 304, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, 44023. DR#20-1600401804.
The University of Iowa is planning construction of its on-campus Art Museum in Iowa City. The BNIM design for the $50-million, 45,000-sq-ft museum will have three stories above grade, underground parking and a structural steel frame. The project is in the design development stage targeting a spring 2018 construction start. University of Iowa Design & Construction Services, On Campus - South of Library, Iowa City, 52240. DR#20-1400687727.
Hancock Farms Inc. is planning a Heartland Foods-branded distribution center. It will include a 2-million-sq-ft warehouse, manufacturing and distribution facility on a triangular-shaped, 123-acre piece of land. The project is approved and in planning schematics with a start date yet to be determined. Hancock Farms Inc., 907 3rd Ave., Hancock, Wis., 54943-9533. DR#20-160072249.
The city of Louisburg is planning a sewage treatment plant. Engineer Larkin Lamp Rynearson is still in the design stage of the $16-million, design-build project, with bidding expected in late 2018. City of Louisburg, 215 S. Broadway St., Louisburg, 66053-4084. DR#20-1700582131.
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