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Pulse   03/24/2014
Planning

New York

Broadway Stages plans to construct a television and film production studio on Arthur Kill Road in Staten Island. The project is valued at $20 million and will include five state-of-the-art soundstages. Broadway Stages, Attn: Gina Argentino, Project Manager, 203 Meserole Ave., Brooklyn, 11222. DR#12-00479419.

New York

233 Broadway Owners LLC plans to covert floors 30 through 58 of the historic Woolworth Building in Manhattan into condominium apartments. The $150-million project, which will include 40 condo units, will total 155,364 sq ft. 233 Broadway Owners LLC, Attn: Roy Suskin, Owner, 233 Broadway, Room 700, New York, 10279. DR#01-00611205. New York

New York Trades Council plans to construct an office building on Fulton Street in Brooklyn. The project will include 65,000 sq ft for a health center, 70,000 sq ft for office space and 20,000 sq ft for retail. The project is valued at $90 million. Skanska USA Building Inc., Parsippany, N.J., is the construction manager. New York Trades Council, Attn: Dr. Robert Greenspan, Chief Executive Director, 305 West 44th St., New York, 10036. DR#13-00611527.

New Jersey

Levin, Shea & Pfeffer PA plans to construct an administrative office, nursery and wholesale distribution facility for hydroponic agricultural products in Jackson. The project will include 102,300 sq ft of warehouse/greenhouse/office space with associated parking, driveway and a stormwater facility to be built in phases. The first phase will consist of the administration building and about 22,000 sq ft of warehouse space as well as site improvements for the entire project. The overall project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Levin, Shea & Pfeffer PA, Attn: Raymond F. Shea, Owner, 2105 West Country Land Rd., Jackson, 08527. DR#13-00420868.

New Jersey

Nestle USA plans to vertically expand its manufacturing plant in Freehold by adding a bottling facility to the existing footprint of the building. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Nestle USA, Attn: David Meiser, Project Manager, 61 Jerseyville Ave., Freehold, 07728. DR#13-00565911.

New Jersey

Triple Five plans to build a glass-domed indoor amusement park and indoor water park that will be connected by a common area at its American Dream Water Park and Amusement Park in East Rutherford. The Dreamworks-themed amusement park is expected to total 318,000 sq ft. The water park will be about 236,000 sq ft and include a wave pool, river spas, water slides, interactive play structures and areas for lounging and relaxation. The $500-million project will also include food and beverage areas. Construction is scheduled to begin this May. Skanska USA Building Inc., Parsippany, is the general contractor on the project. Triple Five, Attn: Tony Armlin, VP of Construction, Ste. 3000 West Edmonton Mall, 8882 170th St., Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 4M2, Canada. DR# 11-0049606.

New Jersey

Rutgers University Facilities Administration intends to build a 17-story graduate student housing structure. The project will consist of 163 apartment-style living units that will range from studios to four bedrooms with common areas, study areas and laundry facilities. The 263,063-sq-ft project is valued at $71 million. Rutgers University Facilities Administration, Attn: Jeff Livingston, Director of Design, 82nd Street, 1603 Livingston Campus, Piscataway, 08854. DR#13-00527553.

Connecticut

Hawks Ridge of Shelton LLC plans to build a 56-building residential facility in Shelton. The project will consist of 54 single-family homes, a 57-unit condominium/townhouse complex and a 196-unit assisted living facility. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Hawks Ridge of Shelton LLC, Attn: Albert Grasson, Principal, 15 Beech Tree Hill Rd., Shelton, 06484. DR#13-00478332.

Connecticut

The City of Waterbury Chase Municipal Building plans to move ahead with Phase 2 of the Waterbury Naugatuck Greenway project. Phase 2 consists of a riverfront esplanade and greenway expansion in downtown Waterbury. The project is valued at $34 million. City of Waterbury Chase Municipal Building, Attn: Rocco Orso, Purchasing Director, 235 Grand St., Room 103, Waterbury, 06702. DR#14-00435532.

Bidding

New York

The New York City Transit Authority is seeking general contractor bidders to rehabilitate the lower level of the 9th Avenue Station on the West End Line in Brooklyn. The project includes replacing or repairing corroded steel columns and beams; the removal and reconstruction of the north portal seal water leaks; repairing deteriorated concrete; and providing additional track drainage. The project is valued at between $10 million and $50 million. NYC Transit Authority, Attn: Contracts Dept., 2 Broadway, Ground Floor, New York, 10004. DR#13-00634759.

New York

True North Hotel Group is seeking bidders for construction of the SpringHill Suites and Residence Inn in Fishkill. The project includes 162 rooms split between two hotels that will be connected by a common lobby area. The project is valued at between $15 million and $25 million. True North Hotel Group, Attn: Brad Weins, Property Developer, 7300 West 110th St., Overland Park, Kan., 66210. DR#00-600695272.

New Jersey

Bergen Community College Purchasing Dept. is seeking general contractor bidders for the construction of a 65,500-sq-ft, high-tech professions teaching center in Paramus. The project consists of a three-story building with smart classrooms; labs; simulation centers; computer facilities; and student support, counseling and administration areas. Work will also include all new electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems. The project is valued at between $15 million and $25 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in June. Bergen Community College Purchasing Dept., Attn: Barbara Golden, Director of Purchasing, 400 Paramus Rd., Room A-237, Paramus, 07652. DR#13-00538504.

Bids/Contracts/Proposals

New York

MTA Capital Construction's East Side Access Project Office has started construction of heavy civil structures and rail side utility relocations in the Long Island Rail Road Harold Interlocking, located in Queens. Work also includes new tunnel approach structures; construction of the Westbound Bypass Structure; catenary and signal tower installations and relocations; bridge reconstruction at 48th Street and various retaining walls within the right-of-way; and general site work. The project is valued at $104 million. A joint venture of John P. Picone and Schiavone, Lawrence, N.Y., is the general contractor. MTA Capital Construction, Attn: David Cannon, Senior Manager of Procurement, 2 Broadway, New York, 10004. DR#10-00649032.

Connecticut

City of Hartford Public Schools is starting the renovation of West Middle School. The 103,000-sq-ft building is valued at $41 million. Construction is scheduled to be completed by August 2015. Downes Construction Co. LLC, New Britain, is the construction manager on the project. City of Hartford Public Schools, Attn: Mike Midgette, Project Manager, P.O. Box 727, 200 Stanley St., New Britain, 06050. DR#11-00476077.

Bid of the Week

Town of Enfield Municipal Offices is seeking bidders for additions and alterations to Enfield Consolidated High School. The project includes renovations to the existing 164,789-sq-ft high school and additions totaling 147,717 sq ft. Three stories above grade will be added to the front of the school and four stories will be added to the back. The project is valued at $70 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in July, with completion expected by August 2016. Town of Enfield Municipal Offices, Attn: Lynn Nenni, Finance Director, 820 Enfield St., Enfield, 06082. DR#12-00697916.

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