New York and New England Industry News
Derby Downtown LLC is preparing to build mixed-use buildings at 23 Factory St. in Derby. The $40-million design-bid-build project expected to start on Oct. 1 includes 203 residential units in two four-story buildings above grade with 8,500 sq ft of commercial space. Local approvals are in place. The designer is QA&M Architecture. Derby Downtown LLC, Attn: Christopher Barretta, 23 Factory St., Derby, 06418. DR#2019-00921969v4.
Winstanley Enterprises LLC has proposed a distribution center at 113 N. Maple St. in Enfield. The up to $50-million project is pending local approvals and would include an up to 770,000-sq-ft building. Winstanley Enterprises LLC, 150 Baker Ave. Ext., Ste. 303, Concord, Mass. 01742. DR#2020-00642126v1.
Edge Technologies is planning a lab facility at 74 Middlesex Ave. in Somerville. The $200-million project would include one structural steel building 27 stories above grade and two stories below. The 525,000-sq-ft project would also include 27,000 sq ft of retail/restaurant space. Sasaki Associates Inc. is the architect, and AECOM is the electrical engineer. Edge Technologies, Attn: Ryan Sullivan, 22 Hudson St., Fl. 2, New York City, 10013-3811. DR#2020-00639095v1.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is planning the nearly $37-million Winchester Station renovation project in Winchester. Bidding for the design-bid-build project is scheduled for September. The project consists of reconstructing the station’s ramp and installing a new stair on Laraway Road; installing a new stair and elevator on the inbound side at the Waterfield Lot; installing a new elevator, stair and ramp on the outbound side at the Aberjona Lot; and installing a new stair and elevator on MBTA-owned property behind the buildings on Laraway Road. Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, 10 Park Plaza, Rm. 6720, Boston, 02116-3933. DR#2016-00690922v9.
The Vermont Agency of Transportation Contract Administration is planning the up to $25-million highway paving improvements in Montpelier. Plans are nearly complete for the design-bid-build project expected to bid in September. Vermont Agency of Transportation Contract Administration, 1 National Life Drive, Montpelier, 05602-3377. DR#2020-00559311v3.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the MTA are planning the $1.5-billion LaGuardia Air Train. The 1.5-mile elevated train service will run between the airport and Mets-Willets Point Station, connecting to the No. 7 train and to the Long Island Rail Road. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Purchasing Services Division, 4 World Trade Center, Fl. 21, New York City, 10007-2373. DR#2015-00413790v14.
The New York Power Authority and LS Power LLC are planning an upstate electric transmission upgrade project valued at $750 million to $860 million. Scope includes upgrades along 93 miles of transmission lines and construction of two new substations between two existing substations in Marcy and New Scotland. New York Power Authority, 123 Main St., White Plains, 10601-3104. DR#2019-00709049v3.
RWJ Barnabas Health and Rutgers University are planning the $600-million Rutgers Cancer Institute/RWJ Barnabas Cancer Pavilion in New Brunswick. The new facility will be built on the site of the Lincoln Annex School and contain 100 inpatient cancer care beds, 84 infusion bays, 74 exam rooms, four linear accelerators and a 120,000-sq-ft basement for radiation treatment, plus bridge connections to the existing Cancer Institute and to the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Rutgers University Office of Facilities Management, 33 Knightsbridge Road, Third Fl., Piscataway, 08854. DR#2019-00637756v5.
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