Pulse: Project News for the Week of December 25, 2017
Illinois Omni Properties is planning to build Atrium Village, a mixed-use development at the former site of the Cabrini Green housing project. The five-phase development will include 1,500 units grouped in four apartment towers, each between 24 and 44 stories. It will also include a grocery store, a two-acre public park, the Bright Horizons School, 47,000 sq ft of retail space and 1,280 underground parking spaces. The project is valued at $200 million. Omni Properties, 200 N. La Salle St., Chicago, 60601. DR#11-00583644.
Maine CPB2 LLC is planning to build a 1.3-million-sq-ft mixed-use development at 58 Fore St., in Portland. The 10-acre property is the former site of the Portland Co., which manufactured locomotives beginning in the 1840s. The project will incorporate facades of the existing historic buildings, resulting in a mix of commercial and residential space, a marina, structured parking, 630 housing units and a 125-room hotel. The project’s value has been estimated at $250 million. CPB2 LLC, Attn: Casey Prentice, Principal, P.O. Box 7987, Portland, 04112. DR#14-00634768.
Pennsylvania–New Jersey The PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC is planning to construct the PennEast Pipeline, a 115-mile-long natural-gas pipeline that will begin in Luzerne County in northeastern Pennsylvania and end at Transco’s Trenton-Woodbury interconnection in New Jersey. Construction may start in mid-2018. The project is valued at $1 billion. PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC, One Meridian Blvd., Wyomissing, Pa., 19610. DR#14-00609381.
Washington The Pierce County Dept. of Public Works and Utilities is planning to build the Canyon Road East Northerly Extension. The project entails constructing a new roadway by extending Canyon Road East from approximately 1,500 ft south of the Canyon Road East-Pioneer Way East intersection to the vicinity of the existing 52nd Street East-62nd Avenue East intersection. The improvements will include a new grade-separation structure, featuring four lanes with paved shoulders, over the existing BNSF mainline tracks; a new traffic signal at Canyon Road East-Pioneer Way East intersection; and stream relocation. Construction is expected to take place from 2020 to 2022. The project has been valued at $83.4 million. Pierce County Dept. of Public Works and Utilities, Attn: Brian Stacy, PE, 4301 South Pine St., Tacoma, 98409. DR#14-00623568.
Wisconsin The Oconomowoc Area School District is planning an addition and renovation project at Oconomowoc High School. The job entails renovating existing manufacturing and building trades classrooms and an automotive classroom; creation of a permanent, lighted walking path with video surveillance; and connecting the OHS Main and East campuses. It also includes renovation of the East Campus building to accommodate 300 additional students and relocation of the district administrative offices. Eppstein Uhen Architects Inc. is the designer of the project, which is valued at $46.9 million. Oconomowoc Area School District, 856 Armour Rd., Oconomowoc, 53066. DR#16-00448889.
Bids, Contracts, Proposals
Kentucky Gamey Co. Inc. has started to construct the Lexington & Payne combined-sewer overflow. The project entails installing 307 ft of 36-in.-dia sewer, 136 ft of 84-in.-dia sewer, 2,228 ft of 96-in.-dia sewer and 1,668 ft of 102-in.-dia sewer, as well as six junction structures and seven control-and-diversion structures. The project is valued at $23.1 million. Metropolitan Sewer District of Louisville-Jefferson County, 700 W. Liberty St., Louisville, 40203. DR#17-00729878.
South Carolina Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. has started deepening the Charleston Harbor shipping channel from 45 feet to 52 feet along 44.6 miles of the channel. Phase one involves dredging 6 million cu yd of material from the entrance channel to reach a depth of 54 ft, allowing vessels of up to 14,000 TEUs to enter the harbor. Phase two includes deepening the 20-mile inner harbor to 52 ft from 45 ft, from the entrance channel to the Wando Welch and North Charleston container terminals, including the Hugh Leatherman Terminal. The project has been valued at $529 million. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co., 2122 York Rd., Oak Brook, Ill. 60523. DR#16-00409931.
Bid, Proposal Dates
California 1/23 The Los Angeles County Dept. of Public Works is requesting proposals from design-build firms seeking to carry out a renovation of the Mira Loma Women’s Detention Center, in Lancaster. The renovation will enable the facility to house 1,604 medium-security beds, with a new medical and inmate-processing area. The project is valued at between $75 million and $94 million. Los Angeles County Dept. of Public Works, 900 S. Fremont Ave., Alhambra, 91803. DR#15-00631744.
Texas 1/23 The North Texas Municipal Water District is seeking sub-bids from firms interested in a project to extend and improve the Lower Bois D’Arc Creek Farm-to-Market Road 897. The existing FM 1396 will need to be replaced. The new roadway will extend FM 897 approximately six to seven miles. Further, a bridge, about 6,900 ft in length, will be constructed. The project is valued at $45 million. Contact construction manager, Austin Bridge & Road LP. Austin Bridge & Road LP, 6330 Commerce Dr., Irving, 75063. DR#15-00565952.
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