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Pulse   02/11/2013
Planning

New York

City University of New York (CUNY) plans to build a 175,000-sq-ft facility at Staten Island College with laboratories, classrooms and space dedicated to state-of-the-art scientific computing hardware and software. The project, valued at $210 million, will incorporate sustainable design principles and aim for a LEED-Silver rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. CUNY, Attn: Michael Feeney, Chief of Consultant Contracts, 555 West 57th St., New York, 10019. DR#11-00451237.

New York

The Trust for Governors Island plans to redevelop more than 40 existing historic landmark buildings on Governors Island, totaling 1-million sq ft, for educational, cultural and commercial uses. The adaptive reuse project is valued at $142 million. The Trust for Governors Island, Attn: Jonathan Meyers, Project Manager, 10 South St., New York, 10004. DR#12-00697109.

New York

Two Trees Management Co. plans to build the 515,000-sq-ft BAM Downtown Brooklyn Cultural Center. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. It will include a 16,500-sq-ft library, a 16,000-sq-ft public plaza, a 12,500-sq-ft studio; a rehearsal center; and 23,000 sq ft of retail space and 50,000 sq ft of cultural space. Two Trees Management Co., Attn: Jed Walentas, Project Manager, 45 Main St., Brooklyn, 11201. DR#12-00699629.

New Jersey

Margolis Enterprises plans to build a distribution facility along Liberty Lake in Columbus. The project will consist of four warehouses totaling 2 million sq ft; a 30-ft high, 500-ft long bridge to cross Crafts Creek; a storm management system consisting of nine detention basins; a wastewater disposal system; and septic systems. The project is valued at $250 million. Margolis Enterprises, Attn: Alan Margolis, Project Manager, 141 NW 20th St., Suite E11, Boca Raton, Fla., 33431. DR#09-00602831.

Connecticut

The Town of Wethersfield plans to renovate 250,000 sq ft and add 26,000 sq ft to Wethersfield High School. Renovation work will include new windows, roof repair and lockers. The project also includes expanding art rooms and technical education space; building a new parking lot, gymnasium and classrooms; as well as making technology enhancements and auditorium upgrades. It also calls for new boiler and air-conditioning systems and athletic field improvements. The project is valued at $75 million and is expected to begin this June, with completion slated for June 2016. O&G Industries, Torrington, is the construction manager. Town of Wethersfield, Attn: Susan Smith, Finance Director, 505 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield, 06109. DR#07-00684826.

Connecticut

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford plans to renovate, improve and use energy conservation measures on 70,000 sq ft of space. The public museum space contains 54 galleries and 20 public areas. The project is valued at between $10 million and $15 million. Wadsworth Atheneum, Attn: Alan Barton, Facilities Director, 600 Main St., Hartford, 06103. DR#13-00408048.

Bidding

New Jersey

The New Jersey Dept. of Transportation is seeking bidders for the rehabilitation of the Pulaski Skyway Northbound Deck, the 3.5-mile-long structure that carries Rts. 1 and 9 over the Hackensack and Passaic rivers, the New Jersey Turnpike and several railroads and industrial facilities. The project is valued at $500 million and is expected to begin February 2014. N.J. Dept. of Transportation, Attn: David Mudge, Project Manager, 1035 Parkway Ave., Ewing, 08618. DR#13-00409582.

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