The Reybold Group is building the Avon Commons Apartment Building in Newark. The up to $50-million project is expected to get underway on June 1. It includes two wood-framed and steel buildings, both five stories above ground, totaling 200,000 sq ft. Bergmann is the architect. The Reybold Group, 116 E. Scotland Drive, Bear, 19701-1766. DR#202100483527v3.
New Castle Hospitality is building a Marriott Hotel in New Castle. The up to $15-million project has been approved by the New Castle County Council and is expected to start on May 1. Sitework and retention pond permits have been applied for. New Castle Hospitality is serving as its own architect, and Duffield Associates Inc. is the consulting engineer. The project includes a four-story, above-grade reinforced concrete building with 125 hotel rooms. New Castle Hospitality, Attn: A.J. Patel, 3737 U.S. Highway 46, Parsippany, N.J. 07054-1018. DR#202000453797.
Charles County Board of Education is building the T.C. Martin Elementary Additions & Renovations. The up to $32-million project is expected to start on May 1 and includes a 15,000-sq-ft building program. The project includes demolition, repairs and modernization to existing floors, walls, structures and roof systems. It also includes new electrical service with backup generator, new plumbing and storm drainage piping systems. The building will include a sprinkler system supported by an onsite water supply consisting of a water storage tank and fire pump. Charles County Board of Education Procurement, Attn: Eleanor Foddrell, 5980 Radio Station Road, La Piata, 20646-3337. DR#201900674040v6.
Fairfax County Public Schools is planning renovations to the Louise Archer Elementary School in Vienna. Bids for the more than $27-million project are due to the owner at 2:59 p.m. on May 25. The project is expected to get underway in July. Architecture Inc. is the designer for the project. Fairfax County Public Schools, Attn: Katy Knoll, 8115 Gatehouse Road, Ste. 4400, Falls Church, 22042. DR#201900644689v8.
Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Center is planning renovations and upgrades to the Nutrition and Food Service Kitchen in Martinsburg. Bids for the up to $10-million design-bid-build project are due at 3 p.m. on May 4. The project, which is expected to start on June 1, will include general construction, alterations, wall openings, removal of material and certain other items. Part of the kitchen will be relocated to the east. In doing so, this project also includes renovations in the west end of the existing basement warehouse into which services east of the kitchen will be relocated. Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Attn: Kathryn Kaiser, 510 Butler Ave., Bldg. 308b VISN 5 Contract Satellite Office, Martinsburg, 25405-9990. DR#202200530270v2.
Virgin Hyperloop One is planning the Virgin Hyperloop Certification Center in Charleston. The up to $50-million project includes a two-story building totaling 50,000 sq ft. Located on an 800-acre site, the facility for testing and certifying the high-speed transportation system includes a six-mile-long certification track, a pod final assembly facility, a product development test center and a training center for operations, safety and maintenance. Advancement is pending state and local approvals. The schedule was undetermined at ENR MidAtlantic press time. Bjarke Ingels Group is the architect. Virgin Hyperloop One, 2159 Bay St., Los Angeles, 90021. DR#202200510784v1.