Arizona Red Bull North America, Ball Metal Beverage Container Corp. and Rauch are planning to build a 700,000-sq-ft plant where Red Bull and Rauch fruit juices will be canned. It will be located in the Woolf Logistics Industrial Campus at the intersection of Reems Road and Peoria Avenue in Glendale. Construction is expected to be completed by early 2021. Ball Metal Beverage Container Corp., 10 Longs Peak Drive, Broomfield, Colo. 80021. DR#19-005838

Arkansas The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is planning to replace the concrete floodwall in Helena, along the west bank of the Mississippi River. The new floodwall will be designed as an inverted T-type continuous concrete wall, which will comprise individual concrete T-Wall monoliths with a continuous sheet pile cut-off wall and will be constructed to the current height of the floodwall. The project includes replacing all four of the current swing gates for access to the river side of the floodwall. The location and size of the swing gates may vary from the current configuration. The new floodwall is anticipated to be constructed in the same general footprint as the current floodwall, so temporary flood protection will be required for this project. The project is valued at between $10 million and $25 million. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Attn: Thomas Mercer, 167 N. Main St., Memphis, Tenn. 38103. DR#19-00872234.

Nebraska The City of Lincoln is planning to construct a new central library, to replace the Bennett Martin Library building. The new building will be 100,000 sq ft. Godfrey’s Associates has been selected as the designer. The project is valued at $50 million. City of Lincoln Libraries, Attn: Pat Leach Director, 136 S. 14th St., Lincoln, 68508. DR#16-00579487.

New Jersey Hudson County is planning to construct a new court complex in Jersey City, including a criminal court building, a family and civil court building, and a public parking garage. The project includes asbestos abatement and demolition of buildings along Newark Avenue across from the existing courthouse at 595 Newark Ave. The complex is being designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects. Construction is expected to begin in 2020. The project is valued at $345 million. Hudson County, Office of County Administrator, Attn: Barbara Nethert, County Clerk, 587 Pavonia Ave., Jersey City, 07306. DR#05-00785965.

Oklahoma Muncie Power Products Inc. plans to build a new 300,000-sq-ft manufacturing facility at the intersection of 36th Street North and Peoria Avenue in Tulsa. The project is valued at $50 million. Muncie Power Products Inc., 7217 E. Pine St., Tulsa, 74115. DR#19-00568142.

South Carolina True Homes is planning to build the East Edisto residential development in Summerville. The developer will erect 1,111 spec homes on the 865-acre site. The project is valued at between $170 million and $200 million. True Homes, 2649 Brekonridge Center Drive, Monroe, N.C. 28110. DR#18-00871844.

Bids, Contracts, Proposals

North Dakota The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded a $59.4-million firm-fixed-price contract to Ames Construction Inc. to construct a flow control structure on the Wild Rice River, 7 miles south of the Fargo-Moorhead metro area. The project entails building a gated water control structure with two 40-ft-wide tainter gates, dam walls, a vehicle service bridge, 125-ft-long stilling basin, 20-ft-deep pre-formed scour hole, 85-ft-long approach apron, slope protection slab and approach walls. This is a component of the $2.75-billion Red River Diversion Project. Ames Construction Inc., 2000 Ames Drive, Burnsville, Minn. 55306. DR#19-00659000.

Bid, Proposal Dates

Pennsylvania 1/16/20 The Pennsylvania Dept. of General Services is seeking bidders to carry out an improvement project at Danville State Hospital in Danville. The project involves replacing the existing heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and exhaust systems and electrical systems, and adding a wet sprinkler system, in addition to providing a new automatic temperature control system and replacing roofing and windows. The project is valued at between $8.1 million and $14.2 million. Pennsylvania Dept. of General Services, Attn: Toni Dolan, Administrator, 1800 Herr St., Harrisburg, 17125. DR#19-00915119.

California 2/20 The Inland Empire Utilities Agency is seeking bidders to carry out an upgrade and expansion of its Regional Water Recycling Plant No. 5 in Chino. The expansion will increase liquid treatment to 30 million gallons per day, from its current 16.3 mgd, using membrane bioreactor and ultraviolet disinfection processes and will expand the biosolids management system to 40 mgd, including thickening, anaerobic digestion and dewatering, and potential food waste treatment. It also includes cogeneration upgrades as well as ancillary support facilities that involve the replacement, relocation and construction of new offsite facilities such as sewage lift stations, force mains, brine lines and recycled water conveyance pipelines. The increased biosolids treatment capacity at RP-5 will replace Regional Water Recycling Plant 2, allowing that facility to be decommissioned. The project has been designed by Parsons. The project is valued at between $240 million and $270 million. Inland Empire Utilities Agency, Attn: Jordan Villalobos, 6075 Kimball Ave., Chino, 91708. DR#14-00445750.

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