Southeast Pulse: Construction bids for April 2018
The University of Alabama is planning to build a new 520,521-sq-ft student housing building at the intersection of Paul W. Bryant Drive and 10th Avenue in Tuscaloosa. The project is valued at $124 million. University of Alabama, 1205 14th St., Tuscaloosa, 35401. DR#16-00668925.
A partnership consisting of McCourt Global, Corigin Real Estate Group and Florida East Coast Realty Inc. is planning to develop The Towers, a luxury high-rise condominium project in Miami. Located at 1201 Brickell Bay Drive, the pair of 62-story buildings will total 1.17 million sq ft and contain 660 residential units. The project will also include retail spaces and a swimming pool. It is being designed by Foster + Partners. The project is presently valued at approximately $500 million. McCourt Global, 888 Seventh Ave., New York City, 10017. DR#04-00683320.
Miami Jewish Health Systems is planning a long-range expansion of its Miami campus. The proposed project will add eight buildings totaling 977,283 sq ft. The work will occur in four phases over the next 20 years on a 20-acre site in the Buena Vista neighborhood. The buildings will include a 10-story, 160,000-sq-ft hotel; a five-story, 104,000-sq-ft conference center; a five-story, 196,395-sq-ft parking garage with a green roof; a five-story, 184,704-sq-ft institute; a 99-unit memory-care village; an 11,638-sq-ft welcome center; a bistro; and a creative art center. The designer is C.C. Hodgson Architectural Group. The project’s value is estimated at approximately $200 million. Miami Jewish Health Systems, Attn: Jeffrey Freimark, CEO, 5200 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 33137. DR#17-00528259.
Hunt Cos. and Oakwood Development are planning to build Herndon Square, a mixed-use development to be located on a 12-acre site on Northside Drive in Atlanta. The development will include 700 multifamily units of varying types as well as retail and community spaces and a fitness center. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Moss & Associates has been selected as the construction manager. The project is valued at $150 million. Hunt Cos., 4401 N. Mesa St., El Paso, Texas, 79902. DR#15-00500789.
Clearwater Paper Corp. is planning to expand its tissue production facility in Shelby. The project is valued at $330 million. Clearwater Paper Corp., Attn: Bob DeVleming, Consumer Division, 601 W. First Ave., Spokane, Wash., 99201. DR#17-00537454.
The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County is planning to carry out capacity improvements and a CSO (combined sewer overflows) reduction to its Central Wastewater Treatment Plant. The project consists of upgrades to the central pumping station and the intermediate pumping station, construction of approximately 15 million to 20 million gallons of new CSO equalization storage, installation of fine screens and improvements to the grit removal system for both the CSO and separate system flow trains, replacement of the secondary treatment aeration system, addition of a new ultraviolet disinfection system for secondary plant effluent and addition of a new peracetic acid disinfection system. Brasfield & Gorrie has been chosen as the construction manager. Construction is expected to begin in September 2019, with completion targeted by January 2023. The project’s value is estimated at approximately $145.5 million. Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Attn: Genario Pittman, Buyer, 730 Second Ave. South, Nashville, 37201. DR#16-00575279.
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