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Pulse   07/14/2014
Planning

New York

Lincoln Equities Group LLC plans to build a seven-building, mixed-use project called Apartments at Hallets Point in Astoria, Queens. The complex will include 2.15 million sq ft of residential space. Each building will include retail space and a parking garage. The project is valued at $250 million. Construction is expected to break ground in May 2017. Lincoln Equities Group LLC, Attn: Joel Bergstein, President, 301 New Jersey 17, Rutherford, N.J., 07070. DR#13-00674862.

New York

The New York City Dept. of Transportation, Bureau of Highways plans to construct a Roosevelt Avenue Bridge over the Van Wyck Expressway in Jamaica, Queens. The project is valued at between $80 million and $100 million and will include steel work, paving, drainage, excavation work and backfill. NYC Dept. of Transportation, Bureau of Highways, Attn: Dr. Paul-Michael Kazas, Director of Capital Procurement, 55 Water St., Ground Floor, New York, 10041. DR#00-000862682.

New Jersey

Pinnacle Communities plans to build a 130,000-sq-ft boutique hotel in Montclair. The project will include 148 guest rooms, a restaurant/bar on the first floor, a rooftop bar, 13,000 sq ft of corporate offices, conference and meeting space and an outdoor plaza. The project is valued at $25 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in October, and completion is slated for December 2015. Pinnacle Communities, Attn: Brian Stolar, President, 363 Bloomfield Ave., Suite 2A, Montclair, 07042. DR#13-00500211.

New Jersey

Gloucester County Dept. of Economic Development plans to construct about 2 million sq ft of warehouse space located at the Paulsboro Marine Terminal. The warehouses are likely to range in size from 75,000 sq ft to 300,000 sq ft and be clear-span steel structures on concrete slabs. The project is valued at between $75 million and $100 million. South Jersey Port Corporation, Attn: Kevin Castagnola, Executive Director, 2nd & Beckett streets, Camden, 08103. DR# 12-00404669.

New Jersey

Williams Partners L.P. plans to build a 42-in. gas main in Montgomery and Princeton townships. The project calls for 1.2 miles of pipeline running parallel to an existing pipeline in Princeton and another five miles to be expanded in Montgomery. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Work is expected to begin in April 2015. Williams Partners L.P., Attn: Chris Stockton, Media Contact, 1 Williams Center, Tulsa, 74172. DR#13-00497879.

Connecticut

Gordon Group plans to construct a 347,826-sq-ft, mixed-use development at West River Crossing in West Haven. The first phase will include 100 high-end outlet shops and restaurants. The second phase will include a first-class hotel, retail space and a pier for boaters. The project is valued at $100 million. Gordon Group, Attn: Sheldon M. Gordon, Owner, 6 Glenville St., Greenwich, 06831. DR#14-00552159.

New York

Pilgrim Pipeline Holdings LLC plans to build a 178-mile pipeline linking Albany, N.Y., and Linde, N.J. The project is valued at $700 million. Pilgrim Pipeline Holdings LLC, Attn: Paul Nathanson, Media Contact, 25 Tanglewood Dr., Canton, Conn., 06019. DR#14-00558112.

New York

DiMarCo Constructors LLC plans to build Fishers Ridge, a mixed-use complex in Victor. The project will include 508,000 sq ft of specialty retail, 75,000 sq ft of food and beverage space and 1,250 cinema seats. The project will also include 108,000 sq ft of high-tech office space, 450 residential units and 200 hotel rooms. The project is valued at $54 million. DiMarco Constructors LLC, Attn: Ron Pietrzak, Lead Estimator, 1950 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Rd., Rochester, 14623. DR#14-00554392.

Bidding

New York

The New York City Dept. of Design and Construction is seeking bidders for the rehabilitation of interceptor sewers and appurtenances in Brooklyn and Staten Island. The project is valued at between $5 million and $10 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in September. NYC Dept. of Design and Construction, Attn: Emmanuel Charles, Contact, 3030 Thomson Ave., Fl. 5, Long Island City, 11101. DR#14-00495579.

New York

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is seeking bidders for pavement rehabilitation at John F. Kennedy International Airport. The project is valued at between $5 million and $10 million. Construction is expected to begin in September. PANYNJ, Attn: Jose Cartagena, Contract Administrator, 3 Gateway Center, Ste. 3, Newark, 07102. DR#14-00554392.

Connecticut

The Connecticut Dept. of Construction Services is seeking bidders to build a 55,000-sq-ft juvenile matters court in Meriden. The project is valued at $17 million. State of Conn. Dept. of Construction Services, Attn: Randy Daigle, Management Unit Supervisor, 165 Capitol Ave., Rm. 261, Hartford, 06106. DR#14-00561325.

Bid of the Week

New York State University Construction Fund is seeking general contractor bidders for the construction of tenant and building program interior spaces in the south and north wings of the Medical & Research Translation Building at Stony Brook University. The project is valued at between $75 million and $100 million. Work is scheduled to begin in September. New York State University Construction Fund, Attn: Jean Woods, Procurement, 353 Broadway, Albany, 12246. DR#13-00537017.



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