The San Francisco Dept. of Homelessness and Supportive Housing is planning to construct a tiny-home village of up to 70 prefabricated homes at 1979 Mission St., a 1.32-acre site that is currently a parking lot. In addition to the tiny homes, the project will include a community room, meeting room, storage containers, guard shacks, restroom and shower trailers, and case management offices. The project is valued at between $5 million and $10 million. San Francisco Dept. of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, Attn: Joanne Park, 440 Turk St., San Francisco, 94102. DR#23-00056074.


Honokea is planning to develop the Honokea Surf Village and Resort on a 19-acre parcel of land in Kapolei on Oahu Island. The parcel is located on former lands of the Barbers Point Naval Air Station and is currently under the ownership and authority of the Hawaii Community Development Authority. Honokea Kalaeloha LLC will be a lessee. The project will include a 5-acre wave pool, a lazy river, skate park, conference center, two acres devoted to overnight bungalows and a 500-space parking lot. The project is valued at $72 million. Honokea, 74 Kihapai St., Kailua, 96734. DR#20-00634905.


Apex Clean Energy is planning to develop the 297.5-MW Grady Martin Wind Farm. It will consist of between 74 and 135 turbines, spaced approximately ¼ to ½ mile apart on active farmland in Quay and Curry counties. The project includes construction of a 38-mile-long transmission generation tie line connecting the wind farm with the electrical grid at the Pleasant Hill Substation. The project is valued at $1.19 billion. Apex Clean Energy, 120 Garrett St., Charlottesville, Va., 22902. DR#21-00568166.


Silverstein Properties Inc. and Metro Loft Management are planning to convert 55 Broad Street, a 30-story office building in New York City’s Financial District, to 571 market-rate apartments. The 425,000-sq-ft building was designed by Emery Roth & Sons and completed in 1967. The architect for the conversion project is CetraRuddy Inc. The project is valued at $50 million. Metro Loft Management, 40 Wall St., New York City, 10005. DR#14-00469444.


The North Carolina Dept. of Transportation is planning to widen a 10-mile section of Interstate 85 in Gaston County. The project entails widening the highway to eight lanes from six between the U.S. 321 interchange (Exit 17) in Gastonia and the N.C. 273 interchange (Exit 27) in Mount Holly. There are eight interchanges in the project corridor, each with challenges and constraints that warrant a review of several design options, which will involve weighing traffic operation benefits, constructability, potential cost and environmental constraints. In addition to interchanges, there are six roadway bridges, four railroad bridges and the I-85 bridge over the South Fork Catawba River. Construction is expected to start in April 2024 and be completed by January 2030. The project is valued at $634 million. North Carolina Dept. of Transportation, 1710 E. Marion St., Shelby, 28152. DR#22-00767866.


Bids, Contracts, Proposals


Primoris Services Corp. has started constructing the Speedway Solar Project in Shelby County. The 199-MW solar farm will encompass 700,000 photovoltaic panels on a 1,791-acre site, a collector substation and a short 345 kV generator tie line. The owner is Ranger Power. The project is valued at $175 million. Primoris Services Corp., 2300 N. Field St., Dallas, Texas, 75201. DR#19-00588613.


Kiewit Building Group is building an addition to the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha. The 40,100-sq-ft addition features a curving, glass curtain wall. It will include a new atrium lobby that will house a museum shop and community space and two additional classrooms. The work also involves revamping existing spaces in the original 1931 building and the 1994 pavilion. The addition was designed by Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture. The project is valued at $47 million. Kiewit Building Group, 1550 Mike Fahey St., Omaha, 68102. DR#18-00839388.


Bid, Proposal Dates


4/25 The Kentucky Dept. of Finance and Administration is seeking bidders to construct a new indoor firing range for the Kentucky Dept. of Criminal Justice Training in Richmond. The 42,794-sq-ft facility will be developed on a 5.5-acre site and will include a 50-yard, 30-lane tactical firing range. It has been designed by Ekhoff, Ochenkoski and Polk Architects. The project is valued at $21.8 million. Kentucky Dept. of Finance and Administration, Attn: Scott Baker, 403 Wapping St., Frankfort, 40601. DR#18-00704233.


5/12 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking bidders to carry out a dredging and shore protection project in St. Augustine Beach. The work entails dredging beach-compatible sand from a specified borrow area six miles offshore, transporting and placing dredged material along approximately three miles of eroded shoreline and constructing a beach berm to the specified template. The work also includes beach tilling, vibration control monitoring, environmental species monitoring and turbidity monitoring. The project is valued at between $30 million and $40 million. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Attn: Timothy Humphrey, 701 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville, 32207. DR#22-00837506.