Arizona The National Park Service Intermountain Region is planning to construct the Transcanyon Water Distribution Pipeline in Grand Canyon National Park, via one of two options. The first option would replace the existing pipeline from the current intake system at Roaring Springs to the Indian Garden Pump Station. From there, the existing pipeline would continue to deliver water to the South Rim storage tanks. The second plan calls for installation of a new water intake system near Bright Angel Creek at Phantom Ranch, replacing the pipeline from Phantom Ranch to Indian Garden Pump Station and building water treatment facilities at Phantom Ranch, Indian Garden and the South Rim Village. The project is valued at $85 million. National Park Service Intermountain Region, Attn: Kris Provenzano, 12795 W. Alameda Parkway, Lakewood, Colo. 80228. DR#18-00563693.

Florida Florida Land Management Inc. is planning to construct Parrish Lakes, a residential and retail development, on a 1,155-acre site in Parrish formerly devoted to orange groves. The development will include 3,300 residential units, 400,000 sq ft of retail space and 50,000 sq ft of office space. The project is valued at between $350 million and $400 million. Florida Land Management Inc., 4602 Dogwood Hills Court, Brandon, 33511. DR#18-00750262.

Pennsylvania Allegheny County Sanitary Authority is planning to construct a new East Headworks at the Woods Run Wastewater Treatment Plant in Pittsburgh, which will increase its peak wet weather capacity to 600 million gallons per day. The East Headworks will serve the plant during normal dry weather conditions, and the West Headworks will be brought online only after plant influent flow reaches approximately 360 million gallons per day. The East Headworks will receive flow from the main pumping station and the wet weather pumping station via an influent conduit routed parallel to the existing east-west plant road located between the West Headworks and the Headworks odor control facility. A new flow chamber will be constructed to receive flow from the existing pump station as well as the future wet weather pump station. It is being designed by Whitman Requardt & Associates. The project is valued at $110 million. Allegheny County Sanitary Authority, Attn: Suzanne Thomas, Procurement, 3300 Preble Ave., Pittsburgh, 15233. DR#18-00840960.

Wisconsin Urban Land Interests Inc. is planning to redevelop several properties on Pinckney Street on Capitol Square in downtown Madison. The landmarked three-story American Exchange building, built in 1871 with sandstone in the Italian Renaissance Revival style, will be preserved. Three adjacent buildings will be demolished, including the Centre Seven building, while saving and reusing its terra-cotta clamshell-styled windows and ornamental balustrade. A nine-story, 300,000-sq-ft glass and stone office building with 840 underground parking spaces will be erected. It will include outdoor landscaped terraces. It is being designed by Valerio Dewalt Train Associates Inc. The project is valued at $125 million. Urban Land Interests Inc., 10 E. Doty St., Madison, 53703. DR#20-00590139.

Wyoming The Wyoming Water Development Commission is planning to construct the Alkali Creek Reservoir in Hyattville. The proposed reservoir is an off-channel site, filled with spring runoff from Paint Rock and Medicine Lodge Creeks through the enlargement and modification of an existing irrigation ditch. The reservoir will have a total capacity of approximately 8,000 acre-ft, of which 6,000 acre-ft will serve as a supplemental irrigation supply for the Nowood River Watershed Improvement District, leaving a 2,000 acre-ft minimum pool for habitat, fishing and recreational use. Additionally, the reservoir will provide some flood control and, by enhancing stream flow, have the potential to positively influence downstream riparian vegetation for the benefit of fisheries and wildlife. The project is valued at $35 million. Wyoming Water Development Commission, 6920 Yellowtail Road, Cheyenne, 82002. DR#20-00595664.

Bids, Contracts, Proposals

Texas A M King Construction Co. LLC has begun building a ripening and cold storage distribution center for Mission Produce Inc., the world’s largest grower, packer and shipper of Hass avocados. The 262,000-sq-ft facility is located on a 32.6-acre site in Laredo’s Pinnacle Industry Center, adjacent to the Rio Grande River and the Mexican border. Construction is expected to be completed by May 2021. The project is valued at $49 million. A M King Construction Co. LLC, 1610 E. Morehead St., Charlotte, N.C. 28207. DR#20-2000479205.

Bid, Proposal Dates

New York 8/7 The New York City Dept. of Design & Construction is planning to carry out the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project. The project entails raising a 2.4-mile-long section of East River Park 8 ft to 10 ft above sea level with landfill, from Montgomery Street to 25th Street, to protect against future floods. In addition to providing flood protection, the project will improve pedestrian connections to the East River across on-grade bridges spanning FDR Drive. The project has been designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group. The project is valued at $1.45 billion. New York City Dept. of Design & Construction, Attn: Brenda Barreiro, Project Manager, 3030 Thomson Ave., Long Island City, 11101. DR#19-00930595.

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