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Pulse   08/25/2014
Bidding

New York

New York City Health & Hospitals Corp. is seeking bidders for the installation of a permanent emergency generator as well as basement and crawl space lighting at Roosevelt Island's Coler-Goldwater Hospital, which suffered electrical power damage following Superstorm Sandy. The project is valued at between $25 million and $35 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in December. New York City Health & Hospitals Corp., Attn: Clifton McLaughlin, Contract Administrator, 55 Water St., 25th Fl., New York, 10041. DR#14-00595094.

New York

New York City School Construction Authority is seeking bidders to rebuild Herbert H. Lehman High School in the Bronx.The project is valued at between $20 million and $30 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in November. NYC SCA, Attn: Phillip. J. Cappello, Contract Director, 3030 Thomson Ave., 1st Fl., Long Island City, 11101. DR#14-00597421.

New York

New York City Design & Construction is seeking bidders for sewer interceptor rehabilitation at P.S. 312 in Queens. The project is valued at between $5 million and $10 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in November. New York City Design & Construction, Attn: Lorraine Holley, Bidding Contract Management, 3030 Thomson Ave., Long Island City, 11101. DR#14-00501188.

Bids/Contracts/Proposals

New Jersey

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, has started construction on the Port Monmouth Flood Control project, which includes building a 3-ft to 4-ft floodwall behind residences along Willow Street near Route 36. In addition, a mile-long levee will be built along the marshland near Campbell Avenue, Creek Road, Woodstock Avenue and Broadway, then along Main Street and Park Avenue to Port Monmouth Road and the shore. The project also includes adding 380,000 cu yd of sand to extend the beach by 200 ft. Dunes and berms would then protect the beachfront. The project is valued at $31 million. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, Attn: Chief Ella Snell, 26 Federal Plz., Jacob K. Javits Bldg., Rm. 1843, New York, 10278. DR#00-00789819.

New York

The New York City Dept. of Transportation-Fiscal Affairs Contracts has begun to install, remove and repair streetlights and traffic signals on highways damaged by Superstorm Sandy. The project is valued at $12 million. NYC Dept. of Transportation-Fiscal Affairs Contracts, Attn: Vivian Valdez, Contract Administrator, 55 Water St., New York, 10041. DR#13-00696043.

New Jersey

Toms River Township has begun the second phase of repairs to North Beach Road, which includes paving and drainage. The project is valued at $100,000. Toms River Township. Attn: Gail Catania, Purchasing Agent, 33 Washington St., Toms River, 08753. DR#14-00545666.

New Jersey

McLoone's Restaurants has begun rebuilding the Rum Runner Restaurant in Sea Bright. The project entails demolishing the existing structure and constructing a two-story building elevated to 10 ft for flood protection. The project includes an outside deck with bar and dining areas to accommodate about 80 people and two interior dining rooms with seating for 60 in each room. The project is valued at $3 million. Construction started in June and is expected to be completed by April. McLoone's Restaurants, Attn: Susan Belfer, Press Contact, 122 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park, 07712. DR#14-00405006.

New York

Roosevelt Island Operating Corp. has started rebuilding the Main Street Cultural Center. The project is valued at $1.5 million and includes the demolition of the 11,000-sq-ft area and installation of new flooring, walls and cementious board at the base of the walls; construction of a new mezzanine storage space above the dressing room; relocation of thermostats; installation of electrical wiring and lighting; waterproofing of walls in the dance room; painting of new walls; and installation of new ductwork, registers and grilles. Roosevelt Island Operating Corp., Attn: Rudolph Rajaballey, Purchasing Manager, 591 Main St., Roosevelt Island, 10044. DR#14-00423832.

Planning

New York

Westchester County-Dept. of Public Works plans to rehabilitate the existing pavement of Runway 16-34, which is 6,548 ft long and 150 ft wide, on Airport Road in Westchester. Work will include drainage improvements, erosion control measures, pavement markings and topsoil and seeding. Work will also include replacing existing lighted signage, electrical transformers, concrete pads and subsurface electrical wires, conduits and duct banks as well as improving runway safety areas. The project is valued at $12 million. Westchester County-DPW, Attn: Jorge Marmol, P.E., 148 Martine Ave., Michaelian Office Bldg., White Plains, 10601. DR#14-00476767.

New York

New York City Design & Construction plans to construct storm and sanitary sewers and appurtenances on 115th Street between Poppenhusen Avenue and 14th Avenue in Queens. The project, which is valued at between $5 million and $10 million, is scheduled to begin in September. New York City Design & Construction, Attn: Lorraine Holley, Bidding Contract Management, 3030 Thomson Ave., Long Island City, 11101. DR#11-00644505.

New Jersey

Edison Township Board of Education plans to rebuild the James Monroe Elementary School. The project is valued at between $10 million and $15 million. Edison Township Board of Education, Attn: Daniel. P. Michaud, Administrator, 312 Pierson Ave., Edison, 08837. DR#14-00493130.1-Line SubhBxed

New York

The Long Island Rail Road Co. plans to replace the bidirectional signal system along its Long Beach Branch with operation boundaries between Valley Tower and Long Beach Station/Terminal. The project is valued at between $5 million and $10 million. Long Island Rail Road Co., Attn: Darleen Bolanos, Clerk, 9027 Sutphin Blvd., Fl. 3, Jamaica, 11435. DR#14-00409584.

New York

New York City Design & Construction plans to replace the Anna M. Kross Center in East Elmhust, Queens. The project is valued at between $5 million and $10 million. York City Design & Construction, Attn: Lorraine Holley, Bidding Contract Management, 3030 Thomson Ave., Long Island City, 11101. DR#13-00508757.

Connecticut

Merritt Construction Services plans to rehabilitate, reconstruct and/or mitigate single-family private residential structures damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Stamford. The project is valued at $100,000. Construction is scheduled to begin in September. Construction Services, Attn: Andrew Peters, Project Manager, 1177 High Ridge Rd., Stamford, 06905. DR#14-00536575.

New York

The Wildlife Conservation Society plans to restore Superstorm Sandy-damaged infrastructure at the New York Aquarium in Brooklyn. The scope of work will include but is not be limited to electrical, plumbing, general construction and HVAC systems. The project is valued at between $1 million and $3 million. Wildlife Conservation Society, Attn: James Morley, Purchasing Director, 2300 Southern Blvd. & 185th St., Bronx, 10460. DR#14-00587566.

New Jersey

The Borough of Keansburg plans to demolish and replace portions of the city's police station. The project is valued at between $5 million and $10 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in March. Borough of Keansburg, Attn: Suzanne Veitengruber, Borough Administrator, 29 Church St., Keansburg, 07734. DR#14-00570099.

Bid of the Week

The State of New Jersey Division of Property Management & Construction plans to restore the first floor interior finishes and replace the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems of the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal Building at Liberty State Park. The project is valued at between $10 million and $15 million. State of New Jersey Division of Property Management & Construction, Attn: Cathy Douglass, A/E Contracts, 33 West State St., 9 Fl., P.O. Box 034, Trenton, 08625. DR#14-00445937.



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