California Alameda Point Partners, a joint venture led by Trammell Crow Residential, and which includes srmERNST Development Partners, Madison Marquette, Eden Housing and Cypress Equity Investments, plans to develop Alameda Point. The project will convert the 68-acre former Alameda Naval Air Station, which closed in 1997. The mixed-use development will ultimately include 800 residential units, up to 600,000 sq ft of commercial space, 15 acres of parks and public open space, and the Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal. Construction of infrastructure for phase one of the 30-acre Site A is expected to begin soon, with vertical construction beginning by year end. The first residential units are expected to be completed by the second half of 2019. The overall project is valued at $1 billion. Alameda Point Partners LLC, 2220 Livingston St., Oakland, 94606. DR#14-00514904.

Florida Walton Development is planning to build Village at Midway, a mixed-use project, on a 516-acre site at 9850 W. Midway Rd. in Fort Pierce. The development will include up to 650 single- and multifamily homes, a 160,000-sq-ft shopping center, a 10,000-sq-ft fast-food restaurant, a 25,000-sq-ft full-service restaurant, 1.5 million sq ft of warehouses and 1.2 million sq ft for light industrial use. The project is valued between $200 million and $250 million. Walton Development, 4800 N. Scotts­dale Rd., Scottsdale, Ariz. 85251. DR#16-00433327.

Minnesota Ralco and its corporate affiliate tru Shrimp Co., are planning to build a shrimp hatchery and processing center in Luverne. The facility will include the Luverne Hatchery; a 42,000-sq-ft building; a free-standing shared water treatment complex; and a building that will house 256 tanks, each 150 ft long and stacked eight high, where the shrimp will grow to maturity. The facility has been designed by I & S Group, Inc. The project is valued at $48 million. Ralco, the tru Shrimp Co., 330 Third St., Balaton, 56115. DR#17-00752602.

New Jersey Hudson County is planning to build a new Hudson County Court complex, which will include a criminal court building, a family and civil court building and a public parking deck, on a site bounded by Newark Avenue, Oakland Avenue, Cook Street and Route 139. The project will include asbestos abatement and demolition of buildings along Newark Avenue, and the realigning of several local streets to allow Central Avenue to connect with Newark Avenue. The final phase will be demolition of the existing courthouse after the new complex is complete. The project is being designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects. Construction may proceed by 2020. The project is valued between $290 million and $350 million. Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders, 567 Pavonia Ave., Jersey City, 07306. DR#05-00785965.

New York Arconic has hired Anchor QEA, Arcadis and CDM Smith to design the environmental remediation solution for dredging and capping contaminated sediment in a 7.2-mile-long stretch of the Grasse River in Massena. The project will remediate the sediment contaminated with PCBs released from the aluminum manufacturing plant there. (Arconic changed its name from Alcoa Inc. in 2016.) This is a Superfund project overseen by the EPA. The project is valued at $243 million. Arconic Inc., Attn: Larry McShea, Project Manager, 100 Technical Drive, New Kensington, Penn. 15068. DR#12-00689526.

Pennsylvania Parkway Corp. is planning to develop a mixed-use complex at the corner of Broad Street and Spring Garden Street. The project will consist of two 18-story buildings, totaling 700,000 sq ft, that will contain residences, as well as office and retail space. The project is being designed by Bower Lewis Thrower and is valued at $200 million. Parkway Corp., 150 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, 19102. DR#17-00505627.

South Carolina Horry County is planning to widen Carolina Forest Boulevard to River Oaks Drive, in Myrtle Beach. The improved road will be four lanes, plus turning lanes at intersections, and have traffic signals and a multi-use path. The project is valued at $54.7 million. Horry County, Attn: Lisa Bourcier, Public Information Officer, 1301 Second Ave., Conway, 29526. DR#14-00720140.

Virginia Loudoun Water is planning to convert a rock quarry (Quarry A) in Ashburn to a water reservoir and an associated raw water pump station and transmission main. Quarry A will provide approximately 1.02 billion gallons of reservoir storage. The project is being designed by Arcadis. Bidding is anticipated during the third or fourth quarter of 2019, and construction is expected to start in early 2020. The project is valued at $74 million. Loudoun Water, 44865 Loudoun Water Way, Ashburn, 20147. DR#14-00595978.

Contracts, Bids, Proposals

Hawaii The Hawaii Dept. of Accounting and General Services has awarded a $140-million contract to Hensel Phelps Construction Co. to design and build a new 144-bed forensic psychiatric facility for the Hawaii State Hospital in Kaneohe. The new 180,000-sq-ft, four-story building will have 255 parking spaces. Construction is expected to begin in September 2018 and be completed by January 2021. Hensel Phelps Construction Co., 841 Bishop St., Honolulu, 96813. DR#17-00620521.

New Mexico The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded a $73 million contract to Barnard Construction Co.  to design and build replacement fencing along 20 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border in southern New Mexico. Existing barriers west of the Santa Teresa port of entry will be replaced with taller bollard-style barriers. Construction is expected to be completed by February 2019. Barnard Construction Co. Inc., P.O. Box 99, Bozeman, Mont. 59771. DR#18-00563100.

Utah The City of Logan has awarded MWH Constructors Inc. a $116-million contract to serve as construction manager/general contractor of a new wastewater treatment plant. The 18-million-gallon-per-day facility will include a pump station, headworks with screening and grit removal, three bio­reactors, four clarifiers, a UV disinfection building, a return activated sludge building with biomag feed/recovery, a de­watering building, a solids holding tank, an operations building, an influent pump station electrical building, a bioreactor electrical building and a generator switchgear building. The facility has been designed by Carollo Engineers. MWH Constructors Inc., Attn: David Campbell, 370 Interlocken Blvd., Broomfield, Colo. 80021. DR#17-00834789.

Bid, Proposal Dates

Texas 6/5 The Judson Independent School District is seeking bidders to rebuild Kirby Middle School in San Antonio. The project includes a new 29,500-sq-ft gym, a 35,000-sq-ft classroom/administration addition, a 14,500-sq-ft CTE building and renovation of existing spaces. The project has been designed by PBK Architects Inc. and is valued at $21 million. Judson Independent School District, Attn: Ruben Moreno, Project Manager, 8012 Shin Oak Drive, Live Oak, 78233. DR#16-00439687.

Alabama 6/28 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking bidders to renovate the Primary Standards Lab at Redstone Arsenal. The project will be executed in three phases to allow for mission continuation while moving lab functions around within the building. Phase 1 repairs will involve the applied physics department, electrical rooms, a mechanical room and telecommunications rooms, as well as antiterrorism/force protection upgrades and a new water line. Phase 2 includes repairs to the physical standards, electrical standards and metrology departments. Major pieces of equipment in the physical standards department with strict requirements for vibration and airflow control will remain in place and operational during the renovations. Phase 3 involves repair to the electrical standards labs and roof replacement. The project is valued between $25 million and $100 million. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Attn: Kelly Hallstrom, Contracting Officer, 109 St. Joseph St., Mobile, 36602. DR#18-00653388.

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