The bidding market has slowed noticeably as July 4th approaches but there are still opportunities, especially for the subs and suppliers.
Last week the city gave Desmone Architects approval for a $7 million expansion of its Doughboy Square offices. Jendoco Construction will be the contractor and is awaiting final drawings to price. A little further up Butler Street, the Capuchin Friars gave the nod to Rycon Construction for a new $11 million, 55,000 square foot residence and assembly building.
Burchick Construction was awarded the $28 million 135 Jamison Lane expansion for Bechtel Plant Machinery in Monroeville. AIM Construction was awarded an $8 million renovation to the 6th floor operating rooms at Butler Memorial Hospital. Franjo Construction was awarded the $7 million, 100,000 square foot Robinson Township CubeSmart Self-Storage by Johnson Development Associates. Zamagias Properties selected PJ Dick to build the $6 million, 26-unit Sewickley Lofts.
Artech Group is the owner’s rep taking proposals from A. Martini & Co., Enfield Builders, Rycon Construction, Volpatt Construction and Wohlsen Construction for the $20 million Laurel Valley Treatment Center in New Florence, PA. In the public market, DGS is taking bids on the $20 million Miller Auditorium at Slippery Rock University. Massaro CM Services put the $12 million Acmetonia Elementary School out for separate prime bids. The Builders Exchange has more details.