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Pulse   12/10/2012
Bidding

New York

New York State Dormitory Authority is seeking general contractor bidders for the reconfiguration and modification of a long-term inpatient building at the Hutchings Psychiatric Center in Syracuse. The project is phase two of a three-phase plan and is valued at between $14 million and $15 million. Construction is scheduled to begin this February. New York State Dormitory Authority, Attn: Contracts Department, 515 Broadway, Albany, 12207. DR#01-000620072.

New York

US Army Corps of Engineers, NY District is seeking general contractor bidders for the construction of barracks for 650 cadets. The barracks will total about 287,000 square feet. The project is valued at $170 million. The facility will include two-person rooms; a battalion support area; latrines and showers; study rooms; a laundry room; and offices for tactical officers, tactical noncommissioned officers, and duty orderlies. US Army Corps of Engineers, NY District, Attn: Matthew Lubiak, Contracting Officer, 26 Federal Plaza, Jacob Javits Building, Room 1843, New York, 10278. DR#11-00631361.

Connecticut

The University of Connecticut Health Center is seeking bidders for the renovation of a seven-story, 59,000-sq-ft building devoted to animal care at the University of Connecticut in Farmington. The work will bring the building in line with code and regulatory requirements for the housing of research animals. Work will include the replacement of the building's heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems; upgrades to the plumbing, fire-protection and electrical systems; and replacement of animal-care equipment such as autoclaves and watering systems. The project is valued at $14 million. The Whiting Turner Contracting Co., New Haven, is the construction manager. Construction is set to start November 2013. UConn Health Center, Attn: Richard Allen, Project Manager, 264 Farmington Ave., Farmington, 06032. DR#06-00784028.

Planning

New York

Seneca Nation of Indians plans to construct a 400,000-sq-ft outlet mall in Hanover. The project is valued at $50 million. Seneca Nation of Indians, Attn: Robert Odawi Porter, President, William Seneca Building, 12837 Route 438, Irving, 14081. DR#12-00662497.

New York

Lockport Ice Arena & Sports Center Inc. plans to construct an 84,000-sq-ft, twin-pad ice arena. The project will include a pro shop, restaurant and training center. The project is valued at $14 million and is expected to begin in April 2013. Construction is scheduled for completion in January 2014. Ciminelli Real Estate Corp., Williamsville, is the construction manager. Lockport Ice Arena & Sports Center, Attn: John Ottaviano, President, 172 East Ave, Lockport, 14094. DR#12-00531881.

New York

Winn Companies plans to renovate the 12-story, 108,500-sq-ft Sibley Building Housing & Retail in Rochester. Renovations will include heating, ventilation and air conditioning; masonry; roofing; elevators; and security systems. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Winn Companies, Attn: Joe Eddy, Business Development, 6 Faneuil Hall Market Place, Boston, Mass., 02109. DR#12-00678137.

Contracts/Bids/Proposals

New Jersey

Moorestown Township is starting construction on a municipal town hall and library complex. The project will include 20,000 sq ft of township offices and 24,000 sq ft of library space. The project is valued at $11 million. SAMBE Construction, Pennsauken, is the general contractor on the project. Moorestown Township, Attn: Patricia Hunt, Clerk, 2 Executive Drive, Suite 9A, Moorestown, 08057. DR#05-00917196.

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