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Pulse   01/14/2013

California DJM Capital Partners is planning to build the Pacific City mixed-use development in Huntington Beach. The project entails building several two-story buildings, totaling 191,000 sq ft, which will contain retailers, restaurants and entertainment venues on a 6.5-acre site. It is being designed by the Jerde Partnership, and Snyder Langston Builders will be the general contractor. It is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Snyder Langston Builders, 17962 Cowan, Irvine, 92614. DR#12-00687078.

Massachusetts Boston Baseball Field of Dreams LLC is planning to build a minor league stadium in Malden. The project entails building a 6,372-seat stadium with a restaurant, along with a winter bubble to cap the playing surface. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Boston Baseball Field of Dreams LLC, Attn: Alex Box, Principal, 10 Derne St., Boston, 02114. DR#06-00693837.

Nevada Fulcrum BioEnergy Inc. is planning to build a waste-to-ethanol plant in McCarran. The project entails building a bio-refinery plant to convert 90,000 tons of post-sorted municipal solid waste to ethanol per year. Construction is expected to begin in 2013 and be completed in 18 to 24 months. Fluor Daniel is the engineer-procure-construct contractor. The project is valued at $120 million. Fluor Daniel, 1 Fluor Daniel Drive, Sugar Land, Texas, 77478. DR#10-00681826.

Texas 210 Developers is planning to convert the former Birdsong peanut processing plant at 1025 S. Frio St. in San Antonio into a residential building called Birdsong Peanut Factory Lofts. The project entails converting the four-story, 19,000-sq-ft building and four adjoining silos into apartments, as well as erecting new structures. There will be a total of 98 apartments. 210 Developers is a subsidiary of Federal Management Solutions. The project is valued at $10.1 million. 210 Developers, 427 W. Cevallos, San Antonio, 78204. DR#12-00607179.


Colorado Wood Partners has started construction of Alta City House, a five-story, 281-unit, 452,640-sq-ft apartment complex in Denver's Union Station neighborhood. The project includes a roof deck with an outdoor kitchen and pool and a parking garage. Wood Partners and East West Partners in joint venture are the developers, and Wood Partners is also serving as the general contractor. The project is valued at $36 million. Wood Partners, 5299 DTC Blvd., Greenwood Village, 80111. DR#12-00471716.

Maine The Naval Facilities Engineering Command has awarded a $13.2-million firm-fixed-price contract to Reed and Reed Inc. for structural stabilization and repairs at Berth 1, 2A and 2B at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. The project entails stabilization of 1,100 ft of granite-block quaywall by construction of a steel H-pile-supported reinforced-concrete relieving platform located landside of the existing granite quaywall, and compaction grouting behind and through the quaywall. In addition, the project includes the removal of 1,100 ft of abandoned railroad track. Reed and Reed, Inc., 275 River Rd., Woolwich, 04579. DR#12-00488269.

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Virginia 1/28 Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University is seeking public-private partnership proposals for a dairy relocation project. The project involves replacing the current dairy facility located on the campus in Blacksburg to the Kentland Farm property 10 miles west. The project entails designing and building a freestall barn, milking parlor, calf barn, feed center, bulk commodity and equipment storage facilities and a liquid manure storage facility. The project is valued at between $10 million and $15 million. Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 90 Sterrett Facilities Complex, Blacksburg, 24061. DR#12-00696634.

Michigan 1/28 The Kalamazoo Public Schools are seeking subcontractor bids for the Washington Writers' Academy. The project entails demolishing the existing elementary school while leaving the gym, and building a new two-story, 68,000-sq-ft building. The project is valued at $11.7 million. Kalamazoo Public Schools, 600 W. Vine St., Kalamazoo, 49008. DR#11-00657751.

New JERSEY 2/5 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking bidders to carry out the Absecon Inlet storm damage reduction project. The project entails constructing sections of steel sheet pile bulkhead fronted by a large stone revetment placed on large scour protection mats. The project is located on the Absecon Inlet frontage of Atlantic City from Oriental Ave. to Atlantic Ave., totaling 1,100 linear ft. The project is valued at between $10 million and $25 million. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 100 East Penn Square, Philadelphia, 19107. DR#12-00605907.

FLORIDA 3/12 The City of Clearwater is seeking bidders to expand a reverse osmosis system at water treatment plant #2. The project entails building a reverse osmosis membrane treatment system, an ozone treatment system, and an iron treatment system. It also includes five chemical storage and feed systems, one new finished water ground storage tank and one new reverse osmosis concentrate ground storage tank. The project is valued at $13 million. City of Clearwater Purchasing Division, Ave., Clearwater, 33756. DR#12-00689997.


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