Alabama The University of Alabama Health System is planning to replace the Spain Rehabilitation Center in Birmingham. The project involves constructing a five-story, 350,000-sq-ft building. The first floor will be open-air parking, with the remaining four floors containing 155,000 sq ft of patient care space, 115,000 sq ft of support service space and 80,000 sq ft for treadmills, walking and running tracks, matt tables, and treatment rooms. It is being designed by Williams Blackstock Architects. Construction is expected to begin in June 2022. The project is valued at $91.6 million. University of Alabama Health System, Attn: Juan De Onis, Director of Program Planning, 2020 University Blvd., Birmingham, 35233. DR#18-00815747.

Delaware Ocean Atlantic Cos. is planning to develop the Windmere residential subdivision on Lorewood Grove Rd. in New Castle County. The subdivision will have 674 two-story, single-family detached houses and a clubhouse. Ocean Atlantic Cos., 20184 Phillips St., Rehoboth Beach, 19971. DR#21-00540836.

Indiana The City of Michigan City is planning to carry out the Pine Street Residential Development, on the former Memorial Hospital site at 6th and Pine Streets.. The ten-story, 140,000-sq-ft building will contain 128 apartments. The ground floor will include 14,500-sq-ft of retail space. It will include a fitness center, swimming pool, top-floor restaurant with lake views and 222 parking spaces. It is being designed by Wight & Co. and Lohan Anderson. The project is valued at $45 million. City of Michigan City, Attn: Don Babcock, 100 E. Michigan Blvd., Michigan City, 46360. DR#19-00839241.

Nevada The Clark County School District is planning to build a new elementary school at the intersection of S. Broadbent Blvd. and E. Russell Rd. in Whitney. The project is valued at $40.8 million. Clark County School District, 4212 Eucalyptus Ave., Las Vegas, 89121. DR#21-00549468. 

Washington Sound Transit is planning the DuPont Sounder Extension, expanding the commuter rail line eight miles south from Lakewood to two new stations in Tillicum (near Joint Base Lewis-McChord) and DuPont. Sound Transit will apply to the Federal Railroad Administration’s Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements (CRISI) program for funding to add a second track between Tacoma and South Tacoma that will remove chokepoints for Amtrak, Sounder and Tacoma Rail freight trains. Construction may begin in 2025, with service commencing in 2036. The project is valued at $370.5 million. Sound Transit, 401 S. Jackson St., Seattle, 98104. DR#20-00495248.

Wisconsin The University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point is planning to renovate Albertson Hall, a library and student services center. The seven-story, 202,000-sq-ft building was erected in two phases, in 1970 and 1985. The project will entail architectural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing renovations and office suite renovations. The project is valued at $92.1 million. University of Wisconsin, Attn: Audra Jervey, 1725 State St., La Crosse, 54601. DR#18-00799716.

Bids, Contracts, Proposals

Idaho Cannon Builders Inc. has started carrying out a highway improvement project to Interstate 84 in Notus. The project includes replacing the Ustick Overpass and the Ustick Road bridge over the Notus Canal. The project is valued at $13.5 million. Cannon Builders Inc., 725 Airport Rd., Blackfoot, 83221. DR#21-00527036.

New Jersey March Associates Construction Inc. has started constructing the Crossings at Brick Church Station Parking Garage in East Orange. The seven-tier structure, with 1,209 parking spaces, is being built at 15 Halstead St. It has been designed by Tim Haahs Engineers & Architects. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. March Associates Construction Inc., 601 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne, 07470. DR#20-00488255.

Bid, Proposal Dates

Texas 5/27 The U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs is seeking bidders to carry out the Phase 3 expansion of Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio. The project entails developing 50 acres of land to provide 35,100 gravesites, including both casket and cremation sites in new burial sections, 8,816 columbarium niches and 15 parking spaces. The project is valued at between $50 million and $100 million. U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Attn: Alea Barnes, 810 Vermont Ave. NW, Washington, D.C., 20420. DR#21-00484035.

Florida 6/15 Manhattan Construction Inc., the construction manager, is seeking subcontractor bidders to carry out a terminal building expansion at Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers. The project consists of a multi-story expansion of the existing terminal’s north face along its entire length between the current checkpoint queues of concourses B and D. The expansion will consolidate the airport’s three checkpoints into one and provide for new concession and retail spaces and upgrades to the building’s infrastructure and MEP systems. The total area of expansion and renovation is more than 300,000 sq ft. The designer is Schenkel Shultz Architects. Construction is expected to start in October 2021 and be completed by October 2024. The project is valued at $184 million. Manhattan Construction Inc., 3705 Westview Drive, Naples, 34104. DR#16-00522141.