|Bids, Contracts, Proposals
Louisiana Clark Construction Enterprises has started work on the West Bank Levee Back Levee drainage project in Plaquemines Parish. The project entails installation of new drainage structures; sliplining of existing drainage structures; clearing, grubbing and excavation of existing levee embankment to place structural geotextile; placement of new levee and berm-compacted fill; placement and installation of new highway embankment and pavement; and permanent relocation of water-line utilities. The owner is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The project is valued at $39.5 million. Clark Construction Enterprises LLC, 114 E. Berard St., St. Martinville, 70582. DR#13-00664386.
Missouri Arco Construction has started building an addition to The Fountains of West County assisted-living facility in Ellisville. The four-story, 60,000-sq-ft addition will contain 80 beds. The owner is First Capitol Group. The project has been valued at $11 million. Arco Construction, Attn: Dan Larson, 900 N. Rock Hill Rd., St. Louis, 63119. DR#13-00439905.
North Carolina Chhabra Construction has been selected to build an Embassy Suites Hotel in Charlotte. The project entails the construction of a 10-story, 200,000-sq-ft building that will contain 250 rooms and below-grade parking. The developer is BPR-CMC Charlotte, a partnership between BPR Properties and CMC Hotels. The value of the project is $30 million. Chhabra Construction, Attn: Donna Hathway, Project Manager, 5640 Dillard Dr., Cary, 27518. DR#13-00610647.
Oklahoma Cherokee Nation Construction Services has started building the Sam Hider Community Health Clinic in Jay. The single-story, 42,000- sq-ft building will contain primary-care offices and spaces for services, including dental, imaging, laboratory, eye care, pharmacy, medical records, diabetes, physical therapy, behavioral health and public-health nursing. The project's value has been estimated at $13.5 million. Cherokee Nation Construction Services, Attn: Ryan Holderby, Project Manager, 10838 E. Marshall St., Tulsa, 74116. DR#12-00658343.
Washington The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers currently is evaluating bidders seeking to build a multi-purpose machine-gun range on a 250-acre site at the Army's Yakima Training Center. The project entails the construction of a range operations-control area, a control tower, a classroom building, an operations- storage building, a bleacher enclosure, a latrine and an ammunition breakdown building. The project's value has been estimated at between $5 million and $10 million. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Attn: Sonia Frees, Project Manager, 4735 E. Marginal Way South, Seattle, 98134. DR#13-00689467.