Alabama GenRev Properties is planning to construct the Canopy at Oak Mountain, a mixed-use development in Pelham. It will include 200 apartments, a 115-room hotel and a 22,500-sq-ft retail hub, called Base Camp, containing a brewery, restaurants and other retail. In addition, there will be an outdoor rock climbing wall and a stage for outdoor music activities. The project is valued at $60 million. GenRev Properties, Attn: John Benner, Partner, 3075 Healthy Way, Vestavia, 35243. DR#19-00781835.
Arkansas Owens-Corning Inc. is planning to build a 550,000-sq-ft manufacturing facility on 56 acres adjacent to its current property in Fort Smith in order to replace the existing plant, which was erected in 1984. The new plant will produce roofing material. The project is valued at $115 million. Owens-Corning Inc., Attn: Marco Sandri, President, Composites, 1 Owens Corning Parkway, Toledo, Ohio 43659. DR#21-00508761.
Hawaii Kyo-ya Co. is planning to redevelop the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel in Honolulu. The project calls for the complete demolition of the existing buildings on the 4.1-acre lot. The new hotel will feature a 33-story tower with 1,009 rooms. Attached to that tower will be a six-story podium with retail, food and beverage space, meeting facilities and a recreation deck, featuring an infinity edge pool, lazy river, gym and pool bar. There will also be a 695-space parking structure. Demolition may begin sometime in 2022, with a target completion date expected sometime in 2025. It is being designed by Group 70 International Inc. The project is valued at $500 million. Kyo-ya Co., 2255 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu, 96815. DR#09-00452105.
Montana Oriden LLC, a venture of Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, is planning to construct hydrogen production and gas turbine facilities on a 160-acre site in Butte. The facility will convert treated and polished water from the Berkeley Pit into hydrogen through electrolysis that leaves only oxygen and water vapor as a by-product. The hydrogen gas will be transferred via a to-be-constructed 450-mile gas pipeline, then stored in vast salt domes in Delta, Utah, about 130 miles southwest of Salt Lake City, and used by the Intermountain Power Plant. The project is valued at $50 million. Oriden LLC, 106 Isabella St., Pittsburgh, 15212. DR#20-00621386.
Ohio The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is planning to construct the Westerly Chemically Enhanced High Rate Treatment Facility in Cleveland. Construction is expected to start in the first quarter of 2022. The project is valued at $78 million. Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, Attn: Devona Marshall, Director of Engineering and Construction, 3900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 44115. DR#17-00592201.
Rhode Island The University of Rhode Island is planning a major restoration and rehabilitation of three historically significant buildings built between 1909 and 1928 around the Kingston campus quadrangle. Phase 1 will provide restoration of Edwards Hall, East Hall, Washburn Hall, exterior improvements on Bliss Hall and Ranger Hall, and an enabling renovation of Morrill Hall. Phase 1 is valued at $83.5 million. Construction is expected to be completed by 2032. University of Rhode Island, 45 Upper College Road, Kingston, 02881. DR#21-00453626.
Bids, Contracts, Proposals
Nevada Q&D Construction Inc. has started carrying out a highway reconstruction project of State Route 28 and State Route 431 (Mount Rose Highway) in Washoe County. The project entails cold milling, placing plant-mix bituminous asphalt, constructing a soil nail wall and ADA ramps, stormwater/hydraulic improvements and installing ITS conduit. The project is valued at $35.3 million. Q&D Construction Inc., 1050 South 21st St., Sparks, 89431. DR#20-00575098.
Wisconsin The Dane County Public Works Division is currently evaluating submitted bids from contractors seeking to carry out the MSN South Terminal expansion project in Madison. The project is valued at between $45 million and $50 million. Dane County Public Works Division, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison, 53713. DR#21-00463548.
Bid, Proposal Dates
Georgia 4/28 Fulton County is seeking bidders to construct a new county animal shelter in Atlanta. The 58,000-sq-ft building will be able to accommodate 376 dogs, 99 cats, six livestock, six to 18 chickens and 12-24 other animals. It is being designed by Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville. The project is valued at $32.5 million. Fulton County Purchasing Dept., Attn: Darlene Banks, Asst. Purchasing Agent, 130 Peachtree St. SW, Atlanta, 30303. DR#21-00530323.
New York 5/6 The Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority is seeking bidders to paint the Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge in Brooklyn. The project includes making miscellaneous structural steel repairs to the upper steel work. The 4,022-ft-long bridge spans Jamaica Bay. Upon its opening in 1937, it was the longest vertical-lift span bridge in the world, with a main span of 540 ft. Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority, Attn: Victoria Warren, Manager, Procurement, 2 Broadway, New York City, 10004. DR#20-00491950.
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