Colorado MGL Partners is planning to construct Phase 3 of Edgepoint Apartments. This phase entails building eight buildings, containing 340 apartments, and totaling 494,541-sq-ft, plus a clubhouse. It is being designed by Parikh Stevens Architects and is valued at $90 million. MGL Partners, 1553 Platte St., Denver, 80202. DR#19-00883689.
Florida Tavistock Group Inc. is planning to develop Poitras East, a residential community, on a 1,854-acre site west of Narcoossee Road and north and east of Boggy Creek Road in Orlando. The development will include 2,734 units, 100,000 sq ft of commercial space, a school and a 12.3-acre park. The project is valued at between $300 million and $400 million. Tavistock Group Inc., 9350 Conroy Windermere Rd., Windermere, 34786. DR#18-00669818.
Iowa-Wisconsin ITC Midwest, American Transmission Co. and Dairyland Power Cooperative are planning to erect the Cardinal-Hickory Creek Transmission Line. The 345-kV line will follow a 102- to 120-mile route from Dubuque County, Iowa, to Dane County, Wisconsin. Construction is expected to start in 2021 and be completed in 2023. ITC Midwest, Attn: Tom Peterson, Director of Communication, 123 Fifth St. SE, Cedar Rapids, 52401. DR#16-00409871.
Nevada The City of Las Vegas is planning to construct 7,500 ft of 78-in.-dia sewer under Alexander Road, from Rancho Road to Decatur Boulevard, to provide 105 million gallons per day of additional capacity. The project is being designed by Stanley Consultants Inc. The project is valued at $10.5 million. City of Las Vegas, 495 S. Main St., Las Vegas, 89101. DR#17-00685481.
Oregon Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Corvallis is planning an expansion, adding three three-story buildings and a parking lot on 17.3 acres of land at the north end of its property. The buildings will house a wide range of hospital services. The project also includes a new intersection of Highway 99 and Elks Drive about 250 ft north of where they currently meet. Elks would be rerouted to meet the highway at an intersection that would have a traffic signal. Ninth Street, instead of dead-ending at Elks, would continue north and merge into Samaritan Drive. Good Samaritan Hospital, 3600 NW Samaritan Drive, Corvallis, 97330. DR#16-00645960.
Wisconsin Milwaukee Public Museum is planning to build a new museum building. It has narrowed its search to four sites in downtown Milwaukee. Possible conceptual designs have been done by two firms, Rinka Chung Architects and Zimmerman Architectural Studios. The museum’s goal is to break ground in 2022. The project is valued at $100 million. Milwaukee Public Museum, 800 W. Wells St., Milwaukee, 53233. DR#17-00570052.
Bids, Contracts, Proposals
Ohio The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is currently evaluating bids from firms interested in replacing and renovating an existing fuel farm at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The work includes removing 17 existing underground single-walled fuel storage tanks, with a total capacity of 148,000 gallons; installing 17 double-walled underground storage tanks, all associated piping and controls; and replacing one 2,000-gallon above-ground liquid propane storage tank with concrete support pad. The relocated fuel farm will include one 25,000-gallon tank, three 20,000-gallon tanks, one 10,000-gallon tank, four 6,000-gallon tanks, six 4,000-gallon tanks and two 2,500-gallon tanks. The liquid propane tank will be 2,000 gallons. Work includes replacement of the existing 500-sq-ft manifold building, including oil/water separator and associated storm water piping. The project is valued at between $10 million and $25 million. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 600 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive, Louisville, Ky. 40202. DR#19-00803904.
Bid, Proposal Dates
Connecticut 1/2/20 The Connecticut Dept. of Transportation is seeking statements of qualifications from engineering firms interested in designing an Interstate 691 resurfacing project, involving resurfacing from mile post 1.32 to 4.84 in Hartford. The project is valued at between $40 million and $60 million. Connecticut Dept. of Transportation, 2800 Berlin Turnpike, Newington, 06111. DR#19-00852960.
Louisiana 1/22/20 The City of Monroe is planning to carry out a water treatment plant renovation and expansion project. The work entails Ouachita River pump station improvements, including pump replacement and structural, mechanical, and electrical improvements; raw water pipeline replacement; expanding the treatment facility to include 8 mgd of new treatment capacity, including site civil work including a new access drive and parking lot; stormwater improvements; aeration, rapid mix, flocculation and sedimentation basins for the new train; dual-media gravity filters with air scour for the new train; sludge removal equipment in new sedimentation basin; finished water clearwell with transfer and backwash pump station; and power supply including backup emergency power generator to support new treatment train and chemical building; new chemical storage building, bulk chemical storage facilities, and feed equipment; new administration facility including offices, meeting room, and multipurpose room. The project is valued at $40 million. City of Monroe, Attn: James Mayo, 1014 Grammont, Monroe, 71210. DR#19-00831469.
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