Chang Chun Chemical Corp. is planning to build an industrial solvents factory in Casa Grande. The plant will produce electronic-grade hydrogen peroxide, tetramethylammonium hydroxide-based developers, electronic-grade solution and plating solutions to supply semiconductor manufacturers. Construction is expected to start in January 2023 and be fully built out by 2025. The project is valued at $300 million. Chang Chun Chemical Corp., 10475 Perry Highway, Wexford, Pa., 15090. DR#22-00526638.


Atlanta First United Methodist Church is planning to construct an apartment/podium building at 360 Peachtree St. NE in Atlanta. Phase 1 will entail two 16-story buildings containing church offices, a day school, 170 apartments and a parking garage. It is being designed by Moody Nolan, and H.J. Russell & Co. has been chosen as the construction manager. Construction is expected to start in June 2023. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Atlanta First United Methodist Church, 360 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, 30308. DR#21-00500072.


Andretti Autosport is planning to build the Andretti Global Universal Motorsports Headquarters on a 90-acre site in Fishers. It will contain offices, day-to-day operations for the racing team and Andretti Technologies’ research and development efforts. In addition, there will be an indoor amphitheater and museum and innovation center. It is being designed by Studio M Architecture and Planning, and Dillon Construction Group has been selected as the construction manager. Construction is expected to start in January 2023. The project is valued at $200 million. Andretti Autosport, 7615 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268. DR#22-00735966.


Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners Inc. and Rye Development LLC are planning to construct the Swan Lake North Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Project near Klamath Falls. The work involves constructing two reservoirs. The upper reservoir will be created by building a 7,972-ft-long, 58-ft-high earthen embankment with an asphalt concrete and geomembrane lining and an 8,003-ft-long, 65-ft-high embankment forming a geomembrane-lined lower reservoir. In addition, there will be a 500-ft-long, riprap-lined trapezoidal spillway built into the crest of each embankment; a 13.8-ft-dia, 9,655-ft-long steel high-pressure penstock from the upper reservoir to the powerhouse; three 9.8-ft-dia, 1,430-ft-long steel low-pressure penstocks; a partially buried powerhouse with three 131.1-MW reversible pump turbine units; and a 32.8-mile-long, 230-kV above-ground transmission line. Construction is expected to start in May 2023. The project is valued at $600 million. Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners Inc., 412 W. 15 St., New York City, 10011. DR#15-00687462.


Olympia Land LLC is planning to develop Olympia, a residential development encompassing 6,330 single-family homes, townhomes and apartments as well as 1.8 million sq ft of office and retail space on a 933-acre site in southwest Salt Lake County. The property was annexed in 2021 by Herriman City. The project is valued at $500 million. Olympia Land LLC, 6150 S. Redwood Road, Taylorsville, 84123. DR#20-00595295.


Bids, Contracts, Proposals


Lane Construction Corp. has begun carrying out a flood protection project in Kansas City for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It entails 17 miles of levee and floodwall improvements to the Argentine, Armourdale and Central Industrial District Levee Units along the Kansas River in Kansas City, Kan., and Missouri. It will require over 1 million cu yd of earthwork, nearly 25,000 ft of new concrete floodwall, 120 new relief wells, replacement of 12 high-traffic railroad closure structures and improvements to nearly 40 drainage structures. The design work was handled by the Corps partnering with HNTB, Midland Surveying and Terracon. Construction is expected to be completed in the spring of 2026. The contract award was $258 million. Lane Construction Corp., 90 Fieldstone Court, Cheshire, Conn., 06410. DR#22-00748918.


Always Underground Inc., a general contractor, has started constructing the Kenosha Fibercity Project, a citywide high-speed network in Kenosha. The developer of the privately funded $100-million project is SiFi Networks America LLC. It will be an open-access network, where numerous internet service providers will use the fiber cable system to deliver service and compete for customers. The service will be turned on in stages over the next three years and be completed by July 2025. Always Underground Inc., 1024 W. 950 N. Lake Village, 46349. DR#22-00788432.


Bid, Proposal Dates


12/21 The Clay County Utility Authority is seeking bidders to carry out the Peters Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant expansion. The new facility will have a capacity of 1.5 million gallons per day and include headworks, a biological nutrient removal tank, secondary clarification and tertiary filtration. It will also include installation of seven miles of reclaimed water and force main piping between the Peters Creek WWTP and Governors Park service area. Construction is expected to start in February 2023. The project is valued at $20 million. Clay County Utility Authority, 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, 32068. DR#21-00609699.