New England Pulse: Construction bids for May 2018
Ørsted and Eversource Energy have proposed a 200-MW offshore wind farm named Constitution Wind to be located 65 miles off the coast of New London. The $200-million project is pending state approval. Ørsted is also serving as the architect for the project. Ørsted, 1 International Place, Ste. 1400, Boston, 02110; Eversource Energy, P.O. Box 270, Hartford, 06141. DR#20180058225 v1.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command is planning to renovate the medical clinic at its submarine base in New London. The up to $25-million project will renovate a facility with a high volume of pedestrian traffic. Naval Facilities Engineering Command, 9742 Maryland Ave., Bldg. Z – 144, Norfolk, Va., 23511. DR#20180058225 v1.
Southern Maine Health Care and Genesis HealthCare are proposing a $21-million nursing care and rehabilitation facility in Sanford. The 90-bed facility would include a three-story building. The project is pending approvals. Southern Maine Health Care, 1 Medical Center Drive, Biddeford, 04005; Genesis HealthCare, 101 E State St., Kennett Square, Pa., 19348. DR#201800610223 v1.
The Fall River Redevelopment Authority is planning the 1-million-sq-ft SouthCoast Life Science & Technology Park Manufacturing Plant. An unnamed developer has signed a letter of intent to purchase 91 acres from the Fall River Redevelopment Authority for the up to $50-million project. Fall River Redevelopment Authority, 1 Government Center, Fl. 6, Fall River, 02722. DR#201800620873.
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