California Pulse: Construction Project News for April 2019
Renewable Resource Group is building a $600-million solar power complex with a 500-MW solar-photovoltaic power facility, a field of solar arrays and up to three electric substations. The 3,660-acre project in Blythe is scheduled to begin construction in September. Renewable Resource Group, Rupal Patel, Projects, 5700 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 330, Los Angeles, 90036. DR#15-00527165.
DPR Construction Inc. is leading construction of the estimated $270-million UCSF Weill Neurosciences Building in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. The project includes clinic and medical offices and research laboratories in the 270,000-sq-ft building. DPR Construction Inc., 2480 Natomas Park Drive, No. 100, Sacramento, 95833. DR#16-00512940.
The city and county of San Francisco has started construction on a new fire/police station, laboratory and parking garage. The project includes a 110,000-sq-ft building and a 42,000-sq-ft parking structure. Demolition began in November, with completion expected in 2021. City and County of San Francisco, M. Magdalena Ryor, Project Manager, 30 Van Ness Ave., Ste. 4100, San Francisco, 94102. DR#13-00679658.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Los Angeles District seeks bids to build a $25-million to $100-million Brownfield Border Patrol Station capable of supporting 400 agents. The maximum 53,500-sq-ft facility will include a detention area with a capacity for 130 detainees. USACE-L.A. District, Michael Robinson, 915 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90017. DR#19-00555148.
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