Southwest Pulse: Construction Projects In Planning, Bidding, Construction Phases
The U.S Bureau of Reclamation is in the planning phase for the $230-million San Juan Lateral Water Treatment Plant near Fruitland. The plant will be an element of the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project, a regional plan to convey a reliable municipal and industrial water supply from the San Juan River to the eastern section of the Navajo Nation, the southwestern portion of the Jicarilla Apache Nation and the city of Gallup. The various users will be served by way of approximately 300 miles of pipeline, several pumping plants and two water treatment plants. The U.S Bureau of Reclamation is targeting a design-build procurement strategy in conformance with the two-step process identified in Federal Acquisitions Regulations. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Amy Loveless, 125 S. State St., Salt Lake City, 84138. DR#18-00789543.
The Arizona Dept. of Administration is in the preplanning phase of prison facility upgrades and is seeking a company to serve as a construction manager on an approximately $50-million contract. Arizona Dept. of Administration, Kimberly Fiumara, 100 N. 15th Ave., Ste. 201, Phoenix, 85007. DR#19-00690835.
The University of New Mexico Hospital is currently reviewing construction manager bids for a $330-million patient tower addition to its campus in Albuquerque. The project is envisioned to acquire LEED Silver certification and will include 96 beds, a 2,300-space parking structure, utility plant and extensive existing technology and utility relocation. University of New Mexico Hospital, Kelli De Angelis Craig, 2211 Lomas Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, 87106. DR#19-00677960.
The city of Tucson is reviewing construction manager at-risk bids for transportation improvements to create the roadway alignment of Downtown Links, Phase 3. The $39-million project will include improvements beginning south of the existing Broadway Boulevard intersection at Barraza-Aviation Parkway and create a new roadway alignment northwest to Sixth Street. City of Tucson Procurement Dept., Dan Longanecker, 255 W. Alameda St., 6th Fl., Tucson, 85701. DR#18-00521374.
Clark County is reviewing bids for approximately $22 million worth of improvements to the Bruce Woodbury Beltway in Las Vegas. Work will be from Tropicana Avenue to Charleston Boulevard and will include paving, bridge construction, installation of highway signs and guardrails, and storm sewer. Clark County Government Center, Tom Boldt, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, 89155. DR#19-00686916.
Sundt Construction has begun work on a $300-million data center for Microsoft in Goodyear. The scope of work includes two buildings. This is the first construction progress on a multistructure plan. The single-story buildings will total about 488,000 sq ft and will be supported by structural steel. Sundt Construction, 2620 S. 55th St., Tempe, 85282. DR#19-00506627.
Sunland Asphalt has begun construction on a $3.8-million pavement preservation project on State Route 260 near Heber and Overgaard. Work will include chip seal, micro surfacing, slurry seal and concrete removal. The work also includes sidewalks, concrete curbs and gutters, driveways, sidewalk ramps and pavement marking. Sunland Asphalt, 775 W. Elwood St., Phoenix, 85041. DR#19-00631214.
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