Southwest Pulse: Construction Projects for January 2019
Mohave County is reviewing bids for a $19-million, 64,000-sq-ft justice center in Kingman. The projected four-story structure will have a first floor dedicated to public business, floors two and three reserved for courtrooms and the top floor will contain judge’s chambers. The facility will be connected to the adjacent historic courthouse by an enclosed corridor. Interior framing is steel for non-load-bearing walls. Elevated floors will have steel bridge-pans with cast-in-place concrete. Rebecca O’Brien, Mohave County Procurement Dept., 700 W. Beale St., Kingman, 86401-5711. DR#14-00541242.
The Pascua Yaqui Indian Tribe is reviewing bids on a $10-million to $15-million health services center in Tucson. Indian-owned contractors will be given special considerations. The single story, steel-framed structure is expected to be about 100,000 sq ft and include social and behavioral health services, a pharmacy and specialty clinics. Work will include site improvements to parking, drainage, landscaping and site utilities. Office of Procurement, Pascua Yaqui Indian Tribe, 7474 S. Camino De Oeste, Tucson, 85746-9308. DR#17-00626745.
The Clark County School District is reviewing bids for the demolition of the former Bishop Gorman High School. The district purchased the school after the private Catholic school built a new facility in Summerlin, Nev., in 2007. The campus was used by Eldorado High School for two years. Bids are expected at $1.2 million. Frank Needham, Clark County School District, 4212 Eucalyptus Ave., Las Vegas, 89121-5207. DR#18-00895576.
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