Erickson Living Retirement Communities plans to redevelop the Marriott Corp. North Bethesda headquarters, which Erickson has acquired and plans to develop into a continuing-care retirement community. The $65-million, design-bid-build project is awaiting funding and approvals. It would be built on the 34-acre campus, which has an existing 775,000-sq-ft building. Erickson Living Retirement Communities, 701 Maiden Choice Lane, Catonsville, Md., 21228-5968. DR#201900523607v1.


Longwood University Material Management Dept. has proposed a $51-million Wygal Hall Music Building replacement project in Farmville. The 60,720-sq-ft building will include a recording and editing studio. There will be a music library, music equipment storage rooms and a concert hall with approximately 500 seats. Longwood University Material Management Dept., 201 High St., Farmville, 23909-1800. DR#201900514600v1.

The Virginia Dept. of General Services has proposed a $112.2-million renewal and renovation of the Virginia Supreme Court Building in Richmond. The design-bid-build project includes updates to the interior and exterior of the 276,000-sq-ft facility. The renovation will include the roof, skylights, envelope, subgrade waterproofing, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire and life safety, telecom and data systems as well as Americans With Disabilities Act accessibility, security and elevators. Initial planning is targeted for fiscal year 2020; construction is expected to start in fiscal 2021. Virginia Dept. of General Services, Procurement Services, 1100 Bank St., Fl. 10, Richmond, 23219-3640. DR#201900514218v1.

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