Southwest Pulse: Construction Projects for September 2019
Los Alamos National Laboratories has announced future projects totaling $13 billion; they include a testing/research/development laboratory along with paving and rehabilitation of plutonium pits. Work may also include converting a bridge that connects the lab to the city of Los Alamos into a greenway and the construction of a new bridge. Los Alamos National Lab, Acquisition Services Mgmt., P.O. Box 1663, MS D442 Mail Stop P201, Los Alamos, 87545-3372. DR#19-00793790.
Whiteriver Unified School District is seeking bids to complete construction and renovation of its high school, valued at $25 million. Most renovations have been completed, while less than 50% of the academic package remains to be completed under the previous contract. Deadline for submitting documents is Sept. 25. Whiteriver Unified School District, John Sempert, 959 S. Chief Ave., Whiteriver, 85941-0190. DR#19-00788492.
The city of Tucson is currently reviewing construction manager at risk bids for the demolition and rebuild of the No. 9 fire station at 6275 E. Eastland in Tucson. The bid award is expected in the range of $50 million. City of Tucson, Tara Acton, 255 W. Alameda St., 6th Fl. West, Tucson, 85701-1303. DR#19-00608983.
Cordell Corp. is reviewing qualification documents for a one-story, 10,000-sq-ft fire and police station for the The Las Vegas Visitors & Convention Authority. The project is estimated at $10 million and also involves remodeling 5,000 sq ft of existing space. Cordell Corp., Don Webb, 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, 89109-9096. DR#19-00789623.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reviewing general contractor bids for a 43,000-sq-ft, two-story ground control station operations building and a 43,000-sq-ft, two-story operations and command center in support of MQ-9 Reaper remotely piloted aircraft at Creech Air Force Base. Work will include the demolition of three existing pre-engineered buildings. The two new buildings will have reinforced concrete slabs, structural steel frames, split faced or precast concrete exterior, standing seam metal roofs, fire detection/protection and special security enhancements. Realignment of existing utility infrastructure will also be required. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District, Tracey Daggy, 915 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90017-3409. DR#19-00704587.
Core Construction has begun work on a $48-million, 500,000-sq-ft public safety training facility that will include seven buildings for the town of Gilbert. The facility will include tactical structures, a shooting range and a driving track. Completion is scheduled for spring 2021. Core Construction, 504 E. Southern Ave., Tempe, 85282-5211. DR#17-00650011.
Las Vegas Paving has begun work on repaving Las Vegas Boulevard between Spring Mountain Road and Sahara Avenue for Clark County. Work also includes installing a 24-in. water line, removal and replacement of curb and gutter and installing high security bollards. The project also includes a bid alternate that includes construction of adjacent Resorts World offsite improvements, including the installation of new traffic signal systems. Clark County Government Center, Les Lee Shell, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, 89155-4502. DR#19-00579974.
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