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Tuesday
Volume 3 Issue 71
Issue Date: October 23, 2012
CONNECTING THE LOCAL BUILDING INDUSTRY
463 Acre Hopi Development Project Moves to Fruition
By Eric Jay Toll
for The Arizona
Builder’s Exchange
By the middle of next year, the Hopi Nation anticipates
signatures on a lease to make the long-planned 463 acre
Tawa’ovi Community Development Project a reality. The
mixed use project, designed by Thompson + Pollari Planners + Architects, Phoenix, started as a vision in 2004.
After nearly a decade of planning and negotiating with
the Bureau of Indian Affairs for federal approvals, the
construction starts are in sight.
says Royce M. Jenkins, Director of the Hopi Office of
Community Planning and Economic Development. “Once
the lease is in place, we plan to open solicitations for civil
engineering and construction.”
The first project on the board is a 15 unit housing development scheduled for construction in 2014. “Housing
and jobs are the focus for the community’s start-up,”
says Jenkins. “We have a range of developers coordinat“We expect to have a master lease from BIA next spring,” ing the project, including the Hopi Housing Authority.”
Rendering courtesy of T+P Architects + Planners and the Hopi Community
Project Solicitations in this Issue:
28 Design/Consultants 30 Horizontal
16 Commercial
15 Products & Equipment
3
50 Maintenance
27 Permits Issued
Development Opps
26 Utilities
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Bonds Test FUSD Support
Walmart Planning Four New Tucson Area Stores
Local Developers Indicate Economy Healing
Casa Grande General Plan Amendment: Economic Growth
Councilman Says Pima County Must Pay to Finish Courthouse
Need for Wider Broadway in Tucson Called Out of Date
7
Suns Keep St James Hotel after Madison Demo
New Townhomes Proposed For Historic Avondale
Phoenix Selected For TV Memorabilia Museum
2013 Looks Brighter for CRE Recovery
Positive Indicators Show Strong Phoenix Industrial Market
Phoenix Industrial Vacancy Decreases to 13.0%
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Eloy To Purchase 280 Acres, OK’s $400K Library Renovation
Sections
12 Permits Issued
14 Commercial Real Estate News
16 Industry Events
14
Project Opportunities
17 Planning/Design/ Consultant /Inspection
20 Development Opportunities
21 Horizontal
25 Utilities
28 Commercial
30 Maintenance & Alterations
35 Products & Equipment
36 Pre-Solicitations
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Tuesday, October 23, 2012
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463 Acre Hopi Development Project Moves to Fruition (Cont’d)
Evolving through meetings with tribal officials and federal officials,
the master planned project will bring mixed residential and commercial development to tribal lands. The other objectives for the full
project are to provide commercial and governmental services for
the Hopi homeland. Development will grow outward from a community center. This planned northern gateway to tribal lands will be
a tourist hub, commercial and government center for the Hopi.
In the initial land use plan, 28 acres are allocated for housing, 26.5
acres for the governmental campus and emergency services, and 9
acres for a cultural campus. Another 32 acres are allocated for business, commercial, and light industrial uses, as well as a K-8 school
site.
“A broad range of housing types are planned,” explains Jenkins.
“These are needed to address the multiple housing needs of the
Hopi people and community. Housing is needed for the youth, the
elderly and to bring many Hopi people home that now live off-site.”
Creating jobs is another major priority, say Hopi officials. Commercial and institutional development is also sought to create jobs.
“Economic development and business incubation are key themes for
development of the Tawa’ovi Town Center,” Jenkins says.
The next step—a programmatic environmental impact assessment
(PEIA) by BIA—moves into the spotlight tonight with a series of public meetings on Hopi tribal lands and ending with sessions October
30th in Flagstaff and November 1st Phoenix. The PEIA assesses the
short- and long-term environmental impacts of allowing the Secretary of Interior to execute the long-term lease. Thompson + Pollari
and other consultants prepared technical and environmental studies
incorporated into the federal assessment.
The tribe established goals ensuring the project will be financially
and physically sustainable as it grows towards build-out. The land
plan and architectural design have a cultural foundation.
The commercial development is oriented towards tourism with a
central marketplace embracing both retail and business incubation
space for Hopi artists,
craftspeople and farmers. A new community
planned from cultural
and contemporary practice, Tawa’ovi centralizes facilities needed by
those who will live and
work in the area.
Those interested in
partnering with the tribe
or learning more about
development and design
opportunities should
contact Jenkins at
[email protected]
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Volume
3 Issue 71
Bonds Test FUSD Support
Source: Arizona
Daily Sun Staff
With state funding for building
repairs, computers and buses all but
dried up, FUSD officials are going
to the voters for $21M in bonding
authority to meet those needs.
Marshall, Thomas, Sechrist and
Knoles elementary schools.
Detailed Bond Spending List
Proponents, including United Way of
Northern Arizona, Flagstaff Medical
Center, and the Northern Arizona
Interfaith Council, say that without
the bond money the district will
have to use operating funds to make
necessary repairs to district schools
-- the district is already using the unrestricted capital to pay for teachers
because of low state funding, even
with a 15 percent budget override.
This year, there is just $2.6 million
left in the state building fund for all
238 school districts, although the
Legislature made a one-time building
renewal appropriation of $11.5 million for which districts can apply.
FUSD is applying for $500,000 for
updates to the heating systems at
• Upgrading District Office light
fixtures and sensors to new
standards, $44,893;
• Replace/repair FHS parking
lot, $325,520;
• Replace/repair smoke detectors and sprinkler systems (fire
alarm), $45,902;
• Partial roof replacement along
with other repairs at Christensen Complex, $367,823;
• Exterior light pole and wall
pack repair and replacement
at Sinagua Middle School,
$103,280;
• Interior upgrades for Mount
Elden Middle School, safety
and ADA compliance, $1.8 million; removal railroad ties and
placement of “softfall” mate-
rial in fall zones at Thomas Elementary School playground,
$13,997;
• Upgrades to Marshall Elementary School modular buildingsramps deteriorating, wood
splitting, handrails bowing,
$57,820;
• Widen sidewalk and concrete
stairs and add handrail at Puente de Hozho, $4,590;
• Install gas-fired generator for
use during power outages at
Leupp School, $97,542;
• Upgrade Knoles Elementary
School front office so it has
view of front doors, $173,975;
• Review/repair concrete drain
at north doors to prevent water/ice build-up, $3,156.
Read more at AZDailySun
Walmart Planning Four New Tucson Area Stores
The newest Walmart Supercenter, at 1260 E. Tucson Mar- Links and Kolb. The markets will be approximately 40K SF,
By Angela Pitketplace Blvd., near Kino Parkway and 36th Street, will
about a quarter of the size of a typical supercenter.
tenger for the
open Friday. Another supercenter is planned at El Con
Arizona Daily Star
With four new stores in the works, Walmart, Southern
Mall, and expected to open in late 2013.
The first phase of construction for two Walmart Neighborhood Markets has begun on Tucson’s east side. Those
store locations are Broadway and Camino Seco and Golf
Arizona’s fifth-largest employer, will add approximately
600 Tucson jobs within 12 to 14 months.
Read more at AZStarNet
Local Developers Indicate Economy Healing
By Joey
Chenoweth for
the Coolidge
Examiner
for people hoping the economic
donating land to use on new schools.
times in the area will improve sooner Some of that land has been taken
rather than later.
over by banks or other businesses,
so the district needs to reassess
CUSD Superintendent Cecilia
what land is available to work with.
Johnson reported projections from
several developers in Pinal County
that shows an optimistic outlook for
“In the past three months, we’ve
property values, which could lead to
been contacted nearly every week by
more new businesses, homes and
a new developer wanting to purpotentially schools.
chase existing sites,” Johnson said.
“So we have, through procurement,
Before the 2008 recession hit the
hired Dr. Ken Smith to assist the
area hard, there were 30 developdistrict to work with these differers from 30 subdivisions who were
ent developers to acquire donation
working with CUSD on potentially
agreements with them.”
“As we look at the future, we likely
wouldn’t put a school right there,
because Hunt Highway is looking
like it will be a prime artery, and we
wouldn’t want to put a school right
next to it,” Johnson said. “But the
one thing that’s really advantageous
about it is that if the governing board
decided it wants to sell that land in
the future, the district would get a
very positive dollar increase from
that piece of land.”
Read more at TriValleyCentral
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Tuesday, October 23, 2012
5
Casa Grande General Plan Amendment Anticipates Economic Growth
By Eric Jay Toll
for The Arizona
Builder’s
Exchange
The other parcel, 80 acres at the intersection of Peters
and Burris roads, is on the city’s new 36-inch wastewater
collection main running out the industrial corridor to I-8.
“I’ve been asked about 10 to 15 acres for an aerospace
manufacturer on this parcel,” reports McCarville. With
the underlying residential zoning, the conversion is not
feasible. “I recommended the owners take advantage
of the infrastructure and switch zoning to industrial,” he
says. “The site works for both manufacturing or big box
warehousing. We think the city will want to see those
“We’re getting inquiries for business use,” says Arizona
Land Advisors Pinal County Specialist Kirk McCarville, the uses on these parcels”
listing agent for the two properties. The larger, an 81.4
“(On the Jimmie Kerr parcel) we’ve tied the zoning to the
acre parcel at Jimmie Kerr Rd. and I-10 was supposed to
be a residential community. The greenfield development general plan amendment,” says Guthrie. “We’re going
for a Planned Area Development (PAD), putting office
never came out of the ground. “We have brokers intercommercial on one side to buffer an adjoining paper
ested in warehousing or manufacturing on this site,” he
subdivision from the industrial. The offices will run 300
says. Located at a freeway interchange with rail access,
feet deep from the road. Someday, that subdivision may
and an outlet mall across the street, he adds, “the site
come out of the ground.”
never really made sense for residential development.”
This year, market anticipation general plan amendments
and zone changes are coming before the Casa Grande
planning commission. That’s a shift from what the city
was seeing before the recession with reactive rezones for
residential use. Two 80 acre greenfield residential parcels
– one near I-10 the other near I-8 are shedding their
speculative classifications in anticipation of demand for
office and industrial zones.
“They are anticipatory land use changes,” explains applicant representative, EPS Group Inc. planner Janet Guthrie. “There isn’t a specific project, but market pressure
makes industrial and office development more desirable
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Volume
3 Issue 71
Tucson Councilman Says Pima County Must Pay to Finish Courthouse
said they wouldn’t be under this plan. Although the council could vote
City taxpayers shouldn’t be doubleBy Darren
All they would be paying for is the
billed
so
Pima
County
can
pay
for
its
on one of the options, no vote is
DaRonco for the
additional
costs.
new
courthouse
building,
Councilman
required at this time.
Arizona Daily Star
Steve Kozachik says.
His comments came in response to a
developing impasse over who is going
to pay the approximately $30 million
needed to finish the county/city joint
courts complex being built near Stone
and Toole avenues.
Voters approved a $76 million bond
in 2004 to fund the entire complex.
But unanticipated expenses, such as
relocating 1,400 corpses, pushed the
costs up.
To close the funding gap, the county
wants to share the costs with the city.
But the city doesn’t have any money
for a courthouse. And since the city
is only a tenant and will not own
the building, it can’t go to outside
sources for a loan.
Huckelberry agreed Tucson taxpayers
shouldn’t pay more for the bond, but
He said when costs exceed the budRead more at AZStarNet
get, the burden should be shared proportionally by the parties involved.
But an answer could come as early as
Tuesday.
City Manager Richard Miranda said
the city’s staff has developed four
options for the mayor and council to
consider at this week’s study session,
including one for the city to refuse to
pay for any shortfalls.
Two of the options have the city
moving into the complex and taking
on the loan. One option calls for the
city to relocate to the new courts
complex, without the loan debt. The
other option would have the city pull
out of the project entirely in favor of
renovating the current court building
for $3.5 million.
Steve Kozachik. Photo Credit: David
Sanders/Arizona Daily Star
Need for Wider Broadway in Tucson Called Out of Date
By Becky Pallack Planning is under way now for the $71 million project to
widen Broadway between Euclid Avenue and Country
for the Arizona
Club Road.
Daily Star
Construction isn’t coming until 2016, but there’s been a
stir because neighborhood groups and the city councilman who represents the area say we don’t need a wider
Broadway at all. They say the project is based on old and
faulty traffic projections.
More recent traffic studies paint a changing picture about
the future of traffic on Broadway.
Traffic has tapered off from 48K ADT in 2004 to 40K ADT
these days.
Depending on which trend line you follow, the peak or
the present, volume has increased somewhere between
80 to 300 daily cars per year over the past 25 years. But
the official Pima Association of Governments forecast is
a much faster increase of 400 daily cars each year for the
next 30 years.
The study concludes three lanes in each direction, double
left-turn lanes at major intersections and dedicated rightturn lanes at some intersections will be needed to handle
the projected volume and keep average travel speeds the
way they are now.
The high-growth forecast was created at a time when
local leaders pictured Broadway becoming “a high-rise
corridor from downtown to the Park Mall,” former City
Councilwoman Margot Garcia told the Citizens Accountability for Regional Transportation Committee earlier this
month.
Read more at AZStarNet
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Tuesday, October 23, 2012
7
Suns Keep St James Hotel after Madison Demo
By Mike Sunnucks The Phoenix Suns have decided not to tear down a
for Phoenix Busi- portion of the St. James Hotel building that sits just
west of US Airways Center in downtown Phoenix.
ness Journal
The Suns demolished the adjacent Madison Hotel
October 17th, but will keep part of the St. James in
place.
The Madison was built in 1909 and the St. James in
1929, according to the Vanishing Phoenix website.
AZBEX Note: The Suns
intended to replace the
two historic properties
with ground-level valet
parking facilities.
Downtown preservationists are upset
with the Suns for bulldozing the
Madison. The team has owned the
two small brick buildings since 2007.
The Suns will use the Madison parcel
for parking.
Suns President Jason Rowley put out
a statement late Wednesday saying
the St. James would not be leveled.
Read more at Phoenix Business Journal This
month’s Coolidge Unified School District Governing
Board meeting Oct. 10 delivered a bit of good news
Wednesday’s demolition of the Madison Hotel building.
Photo Credit: Mike Sunnucks/Phoenix Business Journal
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Volume
3 Issue 71
New Townhomes Proposed For Historic Avondale
By Frank Morris
for West Valley
View
No one commented when Avondale demolished a
40-year-old blighted multi-family housing unit—an
eyesore and a hotbed for crime—on Hill Drive between
Third and Fifth streets. Now city staff is proposing a redevelopment of the so-called “Hill Drive properties” into six
new townhomes.
“The purpose of this new development is to provide
high-quality, well-designed housing units incorporating known sustainability strategies while increasing the
available housing stock for NSP-eligible homebuyers,”
explained Gina Montes, director of Avondale’s Neighborhood and Family Services Department.
NSP - short for Neighborhood Stabilization Program - is
a grant offered through the U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development, for which Avondale received
$1.2 million in funding.
Neighborhood Family Services is proposing that once the
units are complete, they will only be available to NSPeligible homebuyers earning up to $80,000 a year. Two
or three of the six units will be preserved for households
at or below 50 percent of the area’s median income.
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Phoenix Selected For TV Memorabilia Museum
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Downtown Phoenix is in the spotlight
as the site for the Museum of Television. The vision of fan and former
small screen writer James Comisar,
the museum will be based upon his
extensive collection of TV memorabilia.
50K SF building. The developer is
scouting sites. Construction would
need to start before the end of
2013 to be open within the targeted
three years. Taking steps to keep the
museum self-funded and generate
donor interest, Comisar plans to open
a preview center in the downtown
The Museum of Television comes
area. A spring opening is planned for
with a $35M price tag for the planned the 6.8K SF facility.
This would be second major museum
built around a visionary’s personal
collection. The Musical Instrument
Museum (200K SF) on N. Tatum at E.
Mayo Blvd. was born from Robert J.
Ulrich’s personal instrument collection.
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2013 Looks Brighter for CRE Recovery
By Robert Krueger Original Headline: U.S. Commercial Real Estate Recovery
to Advance in 2013 with Nationwide Gains in Leasing,
for the Urban
Rents & Pricing, According to PwC US and Urban Land
Land Institute
Institute’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Forecast
The real estate recovery is set to advance in 2013 as modest gains in leasing, rents, and pricing will extend across
U.S. markets from coast-to-coast and improve prospects
for all property sectors, according to the findings of the
Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2013 report, released
today by Price Waterhouse Coopers US (PwC) and the
Urban Land Institute (ULI).
Survey Participants Bullish on CRE
Transaction volume is expected to tick up with more
action in 2013, according to Emerging Trends. Pricing is
predicted to strengthen, but increases will be muted until
credit markets return to more normal states.
ULI/PwC’s Best Investor Bets for 2013
•
Concentrate acquisitions on budding infill locations
•
Construct new-wave office and build to core in
primary coastal markets
•
Develop select industrial facilities in major hub
distribution centers
•
Use caution investing in secondary and tertiary
cities
According to survey participants, despite a slower-than• Begin to back off apartment development in lownormal real estate recovery track, U.S. property sectors
barrier-to-entry markets
and markets will register noticeably better prospects as
• Consider single-family housing funds
compared with last year. Recent job creation should be
enough to increase absorption and push down vacancy
• Repurpose the oversupply of obsolescent properrates in the office, industrial, and retail sectors, helped by
ties
the limited new supply in commercial markets. Robust demand for apartments should hold up, survey respondents No Arizona markets were included in the Top 10 “Markets
to Watch” according to the report.
indicate, even as new construction ramps up – and even
the housing sector makes progress in most regions. Additionally, improving fundamentals should help with rents Read more at ULI
and net operating incomes, building confidence about
sustained growth and strengthening recent appreciation.
The Arizona Chapter of the US Green Building Council
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at the Phoenix Convention
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11
Mostly Positive Indicators Show Strong Phoenix Industrial Market
Original source:
Arizona Commercial Real Estate
Magazine
The Phoenix industrial market continues its convincing
march toward recovery by reaching several important
milestones.
Industry experts concluded that the industrial sector
would recover faster as favorable economic conditions
such as durable goods orders and manufacturing output
favored the industrial market early.
The sector has posted 10 straight quarters of positive absorption going back to 2010. Vacancy rates have returned
to levels not seen since 3Q 2008. This positive direction
reflects a rebound in U.S. exports, consumer spending
and online purchasing, which has led to a high demand
for large distribution space in which there are few options
in the Phoenix market.
Confidence in the industrial market and Phoenix in
particular, has brought renewed interest in developing
new projects. Most new construction is a combination
of build-to- suit manufacturing space and several new
speculative projects to meet the demand for 100K+ SF
distribution space.
But not all is well in the industrial sector. Rental rates,
despite slight improvements in several areas, continue
to struggle to gain momentum overall. Leasing activity
remains sluggish and has slowed by 28% compared with
last quarter and is the lowest third quarter total since 3Q
2008.
The Valley’s industrial vacancy settled at 13.2%, a 20-basis
point drop from last quarter and the lowest overall vacancy rate since 3Q 2008. Absorption settled at a positive
759K SF, a far cry from last quarter’s nearly 2.6 MSF of
space; however, it completes 10 straight quarters of positive absorption. Year-to-date absorption is at 3.5 MSF.
Eleven projects totaling 3.9M SF are under construction
this quarter.
There were 96 sales transactions totaling $223.6M, which
is down from last quarter’s $350M+ quarter, however, it is
the second strongest of any quarter since 4Q 2008. Average Price/SF was posted at $63.38 and is the highest price
per square foot in three years. Actual cap rates have fallen
to 6.0% from 6.7% last quarter.
The industrial market outlook remains positive as the
Arizona and the U.S. economies continue to improve.
Expected population increases here and better than
average employment figures have helped bring renewed
optimism. Greater speculative development in the Valley
has taken hold to fill gaps in inventory.
Read more at AZRE
Photo Credit: AZRE
Phoenix Industrial Vacancy Decreases to 13.0%
By Justin Sumner The Phoenix Industrial market ended Vacant sublease space increased in
for CoStar Group the third quarter 2012 with a vacancy the quarter, ending the quarter at
rate of 13.0%.
The vacancy rate was down over the
previous quarter, with net absorption
totaling positive 589K SF in the third
quarter. That compares to positive
2.6M SF in the second quarter 2012.
square feet in the third quarter 2012.
Rental rates ended the third quarter
at $6.29, an increase over the previThe Flex building market recorded net ous quarter.
absorption of positive 189,812 square
Read more at Costar
feet in the third quarter 2012. The
Warehouse building market recorded
net absorption of positive 398,866
2,101,437 square feet.
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Volume
Permits Issued
AZBEX tracks commercial permits & projects in
plan review with values greater than $500K.
Bld - Building
Com - Commercial
Elec - Electrical
Grd - Grading
“LP” - Large Plan - There are different Types
OS - Structural
OSE/OS Structural/Electrical
Plmb - Plumbing
TI - Tenant Improvements
From
Type
Permit
number
Tucson
TI
Phoenix
Search Permits
City of Flagstaff
City of Florence
City of Gilbert
City of Peoria
City of Phoenix
City of Scottsdale
City of Suprise
City of Tucson
City of Phoenix “LP”
Maricopa County
Mohave County
Pima County
Apache County
Coconino County
Gila County
Yavapai County
Address
Valuation
Owner or Project Description
Contractor
T12CM04619 10/16/2012
4635 E 22ND ST
$500,000
ROYAL LAND II LLC - TI: CAR
DEALERSHIP
CANYON BUILDING AND 520-299-7927
DESIGN LLC
BLD
12018516
10/19/2012
3828 E ANNE ST
85040-1916
$500,000
PHOENIX CITY OF
620 W WASHINGTON
PHOENIX AZ 85003
CALIENTE
CONSTRUCTION INC
Phoenix
BLD
12018249
10/16/2012
5601 E GREENWAY RD $500,000
85254-1818
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 69
3004 E GREENWAY RD
PHOENIX AZ 85032
CHASSE BUILDING TEAM 480-425-7777
INC
Phoenix
LPSC
1203272
10/22/2012
16220 N 7TH ST
85022
M2 PHOENIX 1222 LLC
1410 RODEO RD
ARCADIA CA 91006
LUPE DESIGN
Maricopa
County
Com
B201204347
10/16/2012
15600 S OLD US HWY $546,275
80 ARLINGTON, AZ
85322
ARLINGTON VALLEY SOLAR HOLDINGS LLC - 52 FEET 6 INCHES X 100
FEET 8 INCHES SERVICE BUILDING
/ INCLUDING SITE IMPROVEMENTS
AND GRADING
FLUOR ENTERPRISES INC 9493494972
Phoenix
LPRR
1203251
10/19/2012
2231 E CAMELBACK
RD 85016-3453
$620,000
AG/DWC ANCHOR CENTRE LLC 2000 ANCHOR CENTRE > I-533 602-955-7030
AVENUE OF THE STARS STE 1020
LOS ANGELES CA 90067
Phoenix
BLD
12018262
10/17/2012
8050 S POINTE PKWY
85044
$642,895
SAN PASEO APARTMENTS LLC
6623 N SCOTTSDALE RD
SCOTTSDALE AZ 85250
MARK-TAYLOR
DEVELOPMENT
Phoenix
BLD
12018248
10/16/2012
5601 E GREENWAY RD $689,772
85254-1818
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 69
3004 E GREENWAY RD
PHOENIX AZ 85032
CHASSE BUILDING TEAM 480-425-7777
INC
Phoenix
BLD
12018255
10/16/2012
3400 E SKY HARBOR
BLVD 85034-4403
$700,000
PHOENIX CITY OF
620 W WASHINGTON
PHOENIX AZ 85003
BRYCON
CONSTRUCTION
(480)785-9911
Gila County Com
G1207-008
9/4/2012
5515 S APACHE AV
$728,529
Miami School District
KITCHELL
CONTRACTORS INC
602-222-5300
Phoenix
12018571
10/22/2012
210 E EARLL DR
85012-2626
$750,000
CABLE ONE INC
1314 N 3RD ST 3RD FL
PHOENIX AZ 85004
210 EAST EARLL > I-0560 414-443-0700
Gila County Com
G1207-007
9/4/2012
1400 E ASH ST
$808,005
GILA COUNTY COURTHOUSE
KITCHELL
CONTRACTORS INC
602-222-5300
Scottsdale TI
189006
10/15/2012
7400 E THOMPSON
PEAK PY
$863,358
SCOTTSDALE HEALTHCARE
OKLAND
CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY INC
480-990-3330
Tucson
T12CM04879 10/15/2012
350 N WILMOT RD
$894,946
ST JOSEPHS HOSPITAL OF TUCSON
- NEW CHAPEL AT ST JOSEPH’S
HOSPITAL
W. E. O’NEIL
520-792-0734
BLD
Com
Date Issued
3 Issue 71
$500,000
Contact
Phone
480-894-5500
480-991-9111
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Permits Issued
From
Type
AZBEX tracks commercial permits & projects in
plan review with values greater than $500K.
Permit
Number
Date Issued
Address
Valuation
Owner or Project Description
Contractor
Contact Phone
Phoenix
BLD
12018145
10/16/2012
425 N 5TH ST 85004- $925,000
2157
ARIZONA BOARD OF REGENTS
800 E UNIVERSITY BLVD STE 326
TUCSON AZ 85721
HARDISON/DOWNEY
CONSTRUCTION
Phoenix
BLD
12018247
10/16/2012
5601 E GREENWAY RD $1,000,000
85254-1818
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 69
3004 E GREENWAY RD
PHOENIX AZ 85032
CHASSE BUILDING TEAM 480-425-7777
INC
Phoenix
LPSC
1203204
10/16/2012
1525 E BETHANY
HOME RD 85014
$1,031,160
BETHANY CORE LLC
2021 E CAMELBACK RD STE A38
PHOENIX AZ 85016
CHRISTOFFERSON
COMMERCIAL BUILDERS INC
Phoenix
LPRR
1203191
10/15/2012
7333 W THOMAS RD
85033-5546
$1,368,158
BASHAS INC (LEASE)
P O BOX 488
CHANDLER AZ 85244
TO BE BID
Maricopa
County
Grading
B201205163
10/16/2012
15601 S OLD US HWY $1,383,154
80 ARLINGTON, AZ
85322
ARLINGTON VALLEY SOLAR HOLDFLUOR ENTERPRISES INC. 949-349-4972
INGS LLC - GRADING AND DRAINAGE
FOR BLOCKS 2B AND 3A
Phoenix
BLD
12018395
10/18/2012
620 N 2ND AVE
85003-1547
$1,700,000
MARQUEE AFFORDABLE HOUSING LP ADOLFSON AND
3426 VIA OPORTO STE 301
PETERSON
NEWPORT BEACH CA 92663
CONSTRUCTION
480-345-8700
Phoenix
BLD
12018263
10/17/2012
8050 S POINTE PKWY
85044
$2,579,076
SAN PASEO APARTMENTS LLC
6623 N SCOTTSDALE RD
SCOTTSDALE AZ 85250
MARK-TAYLOR
DEVELOPMENT
480-991-9111
Phoenix
BLD
12018246
10/16/2012
5601 E GREENWAY RD $3,000,000
85254-1818
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 69
3004 E GREENWAY RD
PHOENIX AZ 85032
CHASSE BUILDING TEAM 480-425-7777
INC
Phoenix
BLD
12018554
10/22/2012
5100 S 36TH ST
85040-3869
$3,595,551
Phoenix
LPRT
1203224
10/18/2012
4500 E COTTON CENTER BLVD 85040
$5,500,000
LIBERTY PROPERTY LP
500 CHESTERFIELD PWY
MALVERN PA 19355
Phoenix
LPSC
1203205
10/16/2012
4550 W WATKINS ST
85043
$7,500,000
FIDELITY NATIONAL TITLE INSURANCE SUN STATE BUILDERS
CO TR 1150 W WASHINGTON ST STE
120 % LOWER BUCKEYE INDUSTRIAL
PARK LLC TEMPE AZ 85281
480-894-1286
Phoenix
BLD
12018189
10/16/2012
1110 N 16TH ST
85006-3609
$7,578,045
DANAHER JAMES P
PO BOX 1304
FAIRFIELD IA 52556
ADOLFSON AND
PETERSON
CONSTRUCTION
480-345-8700
Phoenix
BLD
12018606
10/22/2012
32320 N NORTH VALLEY PKWY 85085
$18,000,000
WL GORE & ASSOCIATES INC
1505 N 4TH ST
FLAGSTAFF AZ 86004
RYAN COMPANIES
602-322-6100
602-861-0044
CAWLEY ARCHITECTS
602-393-5060
WESPAC
CONSTRUCTION
602-956-1323
Eloy To Purchase 280 Acres, OK’s $400K Library Renovation
By Lindsey
Gemme for the
Eloy Enterprise
City Council approved staff’s pursuit of purchasing some
land out by the airport, and for the refurbishment of
the former city library last week after lengthy discussion
about the costs.
Staff brought a formal proposal before Council last Monday to allow them to move forward in procuring a 15-year
loan at a fixed interest rate of 3.1 percent for $2.9M. The
loan money would go toward the purchase of 280 acres of
land adjacent to the airport for future expansion, and to
draw up plans for reconstruction of the former city library
into a community center and emergency location. It was
also staff’s intent to refinance a loan the city had for the
construction of the Public Works building.
The loan has three items in it: One of it being the
$300,000 for the old library (with another $100,000
already in the city’s budget), $1,600,000 for the land
purchase, and approximately $955,000 to refinance the
original loan, which would include assorted bank fees.
Another $85,000 is potentially budgeted for the purchase
and installation of an emergency generator, to make the
facility a place for respite in the event of an emergency in
Eloy for residents.
Read more at TriValleyCentral
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Volume
3 Issue 71
Commercial Real Estate News
1
Photo Credit: A.E. Araiza/Arizona Daily Star
2
Photo Credit: Cassidy Turley
3
Photo Credit: Orion Real Estate Investment
5
Photo Credit: University of Phoenix
7
Photo Credit: Apartment Reviews
Major Sales and Leases
1. A group of Tennessee investors, EdR,
purchased The District on Fifth, 550 N.
5th Ave., Tucson, for more than $66M
($317K/unit; $86K/bed). The multi-story student housing complex was built
last year by Residential Housing Development LLC with 208 units housing
768 beds. EdR also owns The Reserve
at Star Pass, 41 S. Shannon Rd., Tucson
and is a partner is Roosevelt Point in
Phoenix.
2. One of the few mid-rise office buildings in the Cactus Rd./Tatum Blvd. area
of Northeast Phoenix, the Paradise Village Corporate Center, sold for $27M
($136/SF) to a Presson Corp.-formed
limited partnership. Cassidy Turley
BRE Commercial handled the sale for
both parties, including seller LNR Partners LLC, Miami, FL. The building was
78 percent leased at the time of sale. It
was acquired from the receiver.
3. Archway Holdings Corp, Los Angeles,
paid $20M ($192/SF)—the largest
medical office building transaction
so far in 2012—for a 103K SF, twobuilding medical office complex, 6320
W. Union Hills Dr., Glendale. Centas
Inc., Chicago, was the seller. ORION Investment Real Estate represented the
buyer. The project is being renamed
Arrowhead Health Center and is 65
percent occupied. GPE Commercial
Advisors is the leasing agents. The
buyers acquired Estrella Health Center,
Phoenix, and Baywood Health and
Broadway Health centers, Mesa, upgrading the three facilities to the tune
of $8.6M for Estrella and a combined
$5.9M into the two Mesa facilities
(Also covered in BREW).
4. Taylor Morrison paid Pulte $11.3M
($32K/lot) for 351 finished lots on
216.6 acres in the Tierra Del Rio
community, Peoria. The community
is located northeast of Happy Valley
Rd. at Loop 303. The deal gives Taylor
Morrison 141 75 by 130-foot lots, 154
65-foot lots, and 56 55-foot lots, all at
120 foot depths.
5. Paramount Tucson LLC, Phoenix,
plunked down $9.9M ($236/SF) for
the 42K SF University of Phoenix
Tucson main campus, 300 S. Craycroft
Rd.—one of the campuses slated to
remain open following the college’s
locational downsizing this year. The
seller is BP 300 RCM Investors LLC/BP
300 Thackeray Investors LLC, Tucson.
The school is committed for four more
years. The three story, Class A, Williams Center property in central Tucson was a build-to-suit for the college.
6. A Los Angeles-based specialist in
rehabilitating underperforming assets,
BH Properties, has purchased the
old Pella Corporation manufacturing
facility, 6700 S. Pella Dr., Tucson, for
$5.3M ($20/SF), a substantial discount
from the $9.9M asking price. Pella
closed their operation in 2008. PICOR
Commercial Real Estate Services represented the buyer on the 25.7 acre
transaction.
7. Green Leaf Partners paid $7.9M
($82K/unit) for the 96-unit Val Vista
Gardens apartments, 3443 E University Dr., Mesa. Mesa Housing Investors
LLC sold the project with Marcus &
Millichap representing both parties.
The property was about 95 percent
occupied at the time of sale.
8. Property is starting to move in the
Tucson industrial market. Three major
properties are now in escrow, the previously reported Pella plant and:
•
85K SF call center, formerly used
by American Airlines, 3350 E. Valencia Rd. The 14.5 acre site listed
for $7.3M.
•
20K SF manufacturing building,
built for LeTourneau Technologies, 6393 S. Campbell Ave. No additional information was available
about this site.
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15
Local Projects Making News
9
Photo Credit: PRWeb
10
Photo Credit: CoStar Group
13
Photo Credit: LoopNet
15
9. Lincoln Property Company has sold
an 83K SF industrial property to Cabot
Properties, Inc., Boston. The 100-percent leased Flexpak Corp. building,
3720 W. Washington St., Phoenix, sold
for $5.8M ($70/SF).
10. Arrowhead Health Office Properties
LLC sold an 11K SF medical office building, 2629 N Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale,
to a Florida investor for $3.3M ($298/
SF). The leaseback arrangement in
the sale keeps the sole tenant and
seller, now Arrowhead Health Family
Practice, in a 15 year lease. Colliers
represented the seller, Lee & Associates, the buyer.
11. Public Storage, Inc. purchased Val
Vista Storage, a 57K SF self-storage
facility, from Val Vista Storage LLC,
Mesa, for $3M ($53/SF; $7.7K/unit).
Empire Commercial Real Estate brokered the deal for both sides.
12. Levine Investments LP, Phoenix, paid
River La Cholla LLC, Tucson, $2.2M
($1M/acre) for about 1.1 acres of
undeveloped land approved for a night
club at 2130 W. River Rd., Tucson. The
Pima County Assessor lists the property as the site of a partially completed
pad and utilities night club and bar.
13. Grand Canyon University acquired a
131K SF building on 15 acres, 5115
N. 27th Ave., from Crown Realty &
Development. The purchase price was
not named. Cushman & Wakefield
handled the transaction. The building
is currently leased as an indoor swap
meet.
14. First Solar, Inc., is seeking a tenant for
half its 1M SF factory building in Mesa.
Originally planned for ten production
lines, the solar panel manufacturing industry has been hard-hit by the
turndown in Europe and increased
supply in the marketplace. Finished
several months ago just as the Tempebased company shut down production
lines in Europe, First Solar now plans
to open a maximum of four production
lines in the space. This leaves half of
the floor area open for lease (AZCentral premium content).
15. The Buckeye Logistics Center, 6825 W.
Buckeye Rd., Phoenix, is at 100 percent
occupancy with the 106K SF lease for
Mor Furniture for Less. The 102 month
lease, starting next May, adds the
furniture retailer to Kelloggs, Victory
Packaging, HD Supply and Philosophy
as tenants in the Principal Real Estate
Investors’ building. Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord; CB
Richard Ellis represented the lessee.
16. Dollar Tree has signed a 10K SF lease
for a new store in the Ranch Market
shopping center, 67th Ave. and Camelback Rd., Glendale. Zell Commercial
Real Estate Services, Inc., represented
landlord Phoenix Ranch Market LLC;
SRS Real Estate Partners represented
the tenant.
On the Market and Closures
Photo Credit: Commercial Executive Magazine
17
Photo Credit: Phoenix Business Journal
17. The Hotel Monroe, Central Ave. at
Monroe St., is back on the market.
Plans to convert the property into a
150 room boutique hotel have fallen
through. The receiver of the property,
ML Manager LLC, is looking at any
number of options for the 81-year old
building. Evergreen Development Co.
was the last suitor with a $7M deal
for the project that has fallen out of
escrow (Phoenix Business Journal
premium content)
18. Blondie’s Sports Bar, Fifth St. and Mill
Ave., shut its doors October 12th, and
will now reopen the 5th Street Bar.
Owned by Julian Wright, the new bar
is an addition to his other Mill Avenue
properties, La Bocca Urban Pizzeria
+ Wine Bar, Handlebar Tempe, and
Canteen Modern Tequila Board.
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Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Industry Events
Industry Events
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Professional Development
Oct 24
Oct 26
ATTENTION! Meet The New Wing Commander of
Luke Air Force Base - Valley Partnership (Phoenix);
7:00am-9:00am
Excavation Compentent Person & Hazard
Recognition Training Class - ACT (Tucson);
3:30pm-7:30pm, $50/$75
Oct 27
Advance Project Supervisor Training - ABA
(Tempe); 7:00am-4:00pm, $900
Oct 30
Town & Country Redevelopment Tour - ULI AZ
(Phoenix); 4:30pm-6:00pm, $45/$65
Oct 28
Building Information Models and LEAN
Construction (Part 2 of 3) - LDI (Phoenix); 5:30pm8:30pm
Oct 31
The Aerospace Defense Corridor as an Economic
Development Driver - APWA (Tucson);11:30am 1:00pm, $20
Oct 29
Job Order Contracting (JOC) Certificate Program
- 1st of 15 Sessions - ACE (TBD); 4:30pm-8:00pm,
$3295/$3635
NEW
Nov 1
Project Delivery Methods - The Pros and Cons ACE (Phoenix); 7:30am-9:00am, $0/$40
Nov 9
Asbestos Regulatory Seminar - EIA (Phoenix);
8:00am-4:00pm, FREE
Nov 6
The BIG Roads Event 2012 - CMAA (Phoenix);
7:45am-9:15am, $35/$45
NEW
Get to Know SMPS Arizona - SMPS (Phoenix);
7:30am-8:30am, FREE
NEW
Oct 24
NEW
Marketing / BD / Economic Development
Mixer / Social
Oct 25
Volunteer Opportunities
Oct 27
Rock and Roll Paint-a-thon - APWA (West Valley,
Phoenix), Early Morning to Afternoon, FREE
The Reference Library
Floor Covering Installation Issue - TRL (Phoenix);
11:45am - 1:00pm, FREE
Oct 25
Code Changes for Air Barriers and Wall
Assemblies - TRL (Tempe); 7:30am-8:30am, FREE
NEW
NEW
Oct 24
Oct 31
Universal Design - Creating a User-Friendly
Environment for Everyone - TRL (Phoenix);
11:45am-1:00pm, FREE
NEW
Golf Tournaments / Awards
Oct 24
Nov 7
Heavy Medals: Success Beyond A Scorecard USGBC (Phoenix); 11:00am-1:00pm, $ Varies
Oct 26
BOMA Tucson Golf Tournament - BOMA (Tucson);
6:30am-1:00pm, $ Varies
Oct 27
Engineering Excellence Award Banquet - ACEC
(Glendale); 5:30pm, $ Varies
Oct 31
Golf & Ghouls Trick or Treat thru 18 - AAED
(Scottsdale); 7:00am-2:00pm
IFMA 2012 - Rooftop Mixer - IFMA, BOMA, USGBC
(Phoenix); 5:00pm, free if registered on line. $10
at the door
Concrete Moisture - Getting and Staying Dry TRL (Phoenix); 11:45am-1:00pm, FREE
Green / Energy
Conferences
Solar Tour - AZ Solar Center (Phoenix);
Oct 27-28 National
FREE
Oct 30-31 - AGC (Tempe)
Nov 1
Green Building Rating Systems other than LEED BOMA (Phoenix); 8:00am - 11:00am, FREE
2012 Arizona Pavements Material Conference
Nov 3-6
2012 Healthcare Design Conference - (Phoenix);
all day, $ Varies
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Pr oject So lic itat ion s
All attempts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information
presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Design/Consultants
How to Read Project Solicitations
Projects are listed by Category: Planning/Design/Inspection/Consultant, Development, Horizontal,
Utilities, Commercial, Alterations & Maintenance, & Products/equipment.
They are then listed by the Bid Date and the Darker shade notes projects New or Revised in this Issue.
CMAR—Construction Manager at Risk
D-B-B—Design Bid Build
IFB—Invitation for Bids
RFP—Request for Proposals
Consult—Consultant
IDIQ—Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite
Quantity
JOC—Job Order Contract
RFQ—Request for Qualifications
Sub Bids—GC requesting Sub bids
RFQuote—Request for Quotations
D-B—Design Build
Planning/Design/ Consultant /Inspection
Includes Design, Construction Administration, Inspection,
Master Planning, Surveying, and Environmental Analysis
Solutions. Also includes Misc. Land and Title solicitations.
Due Date Project
& Time
Volume
PlanRFP/RFQ / Project Type
Holders #
Owner - Project Description
PreLink
Proposal
10/23/12
10am
List
12134-ROQ-2013 RFQ
Maricopa County Facilities Management - Architectural
Services for Maricopa County Southwest Justice Courts.
Contact: Corry Slama at [email protected]
First published on 9/7 & added sign in sheet on 10/12
9/20
9am
Link
10/23/12
2pm
2013-002
RFQ
ADOT - Statewide On-Call Architectural and Engineering
Services. DBE goal of 5.0%. Contact: Esh Muliyil at
[email protected] First published on 10/5
none
Link
10/23/12 $100K/yr List
4pm
64511
RFQ
Pima County - On-Call Pre-Engineering Services (Civil)
for Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation
Department Engineering. Contact: [email protected]
gov. First published on 9/25
& added sign in sheet on 10/19
10/10
10am
Link
10/24/12
3pm
13SQ002
CMAR
City of Scottsdale - CMAR for Hydrogen Sulfide Mitigation none
Facilities at both the Sewer Pumpback System and
the Water Campus Headworks facility. Contact: Elaine
Mercado at [email protected]
First published on 10/16
Link
10/25/12
2pm
REVISED
2013-005
RFQ
ADOT - Statewide On-Call Construction Administration. none
DBE goal of 6.7%. Contact: Gina Rasta, Contract Specialist
at [email protected] First published on 9/21
& revised bid date on 10/23
Link
10/25/12
3pm
RFP 3130-7
RFQ
Maricopa County Community College - Professional
Consulting Services for Institutional Space Utilization
Study and Consulting. Contact: Arlen M. Solochek, AIA
Facilities Planning and Development, at 480-731-8232 or
[email protected]
First published on 9/18
none
Link
10/25/12
3pm
ADOT13-00002140 RFP
ADOT - Well Feasibility Study & Site Evaluation for the
Grand Canyon Airport (GCN). Contact: Stacy Bourret,
Procurement Officer, at 602-712-4398
or [email protected] First published on 10/12
none
Link
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Planning/Design/Inspection/Consultant
Due Date Project Plan- RFP/RFQ /
& Time
Volume Holders Project #
Type
Owner - Project Description
PreLink
Proposal
10/25/12
4pm
RFQ
The Village of Moencopi (Tuba City) - Architect &
Engineering Services for the proposed Lower Moencopi
Community Development (LMCD) project. Contact:
Jeremiah LaMesa, Project Manager, at 928-814-1174
(mobile), 928-283-5212 (LMCD) or [email protected]
First published on 10/9
Link
10/26/12 $60M
12pm
List
AV08000071
RFQ
City of Phoenix - Sky Harbor International Airport
Terminal 4 Apron Reconstruction Design Services.
Contact: Vivian Escobar at 602-683-3865.
First published on 10/5
10/26/12 $21M
12pm
List
WS85320022
RFQ
City of Phoenix - Union Hills Water Treatment Plant Solids none
Handling Facility Improvement Design Services.
Contact: Robyn Skramstad at 602-256-5692.
First published on 10/5
Link
10/30/12 <$39K
2013-103
RFP
Coconino County - KVID Drinking Water System Efficiency 10/22
Audit. Contact: Coconino County Purchasing Department 10am
at 928-679-7190. First published on 10/9
Link
10/31/12
2pm
2013-101
RFP
Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation 10/17
Authority - Sedona Alternative Transportation
1pm
Implementation Plan. Contact: Candace Schroeder at
928-679-8913 or [email protected] or Heather
Dalmolin, Administrative Director, at 928-679-8908 or
[email protected] First published on 10/9
& revised link on 10/16
Link
10/31/12 $250K
3pm
2013-13
RFQ
City of Flagstaff - On-Call Professional Water/
Wastewater/Energy Engineering Consulting Services.
Contact: Patrick Brown, C.P.M., Senior Procurement
Specialist, at [email protected]
First published on 10/12
Link
RFP
Marana Health Center - Civil Engineering Services for the
Apartments at Marana Town Center. Contact: Rudy Flores
at 520-682-4111 ext 6251 or
[email protected] First published on 10/19
AVNTRFCONC
RFQ
City of Phoenix - Aviation Traffic Engineering On-Call
Services. Contact: t Kandi Kawolsky at 602-534-8352.
First published on 10/12
10/22
9am
Link
11/2/12
2pm
MAIR 9016(1)
RFQ
Ak-Chin Indian Community - Road Engineering Design
10/11
Services for the construction of a pedestrian multi10am
purpose walkway, roadway drainage, lighting, landscaping
and road design improvements for approximately 3.0
miles of Route 9016 (“Peters and Nall Road”). Contact:
Jeanette Pedro at [email protected]
First published on 10/16
Link
11/5/12
5pm
2013-003
RFQ
PhxMesa Gateway Airport - Airport Environmental
10/16
Assessment Services. Contact: Marian Russey at 480-988- 10am
7630 or e-mail at [email protected]
First published on 9/28
Link
11/1/12
4pm
11/2/12
12pm
List
10/15
2pm
10/24
1pm
Link
Link
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Planning/Design/Inspection/Consultant
Due Date Project
& Time
Volume
Plan- RFP/RFQ /
Holders Project #
11/7/12
4pm
List
11/8/12
3pm
Type
Owner - Project Description
BF1301-201
RFQ
City of Chandler - Chandler Heights Community Facilities 10/24
Evaluation and Design (Free registration required).
10am
Contact: Dara Griffith at 480-782-3314 or
[email protected] First published on 10/9
Link
EM12-W01 &
EM12-WW03
RFQ
City of El Mirage - Water and Wastewater Master Plan.
none
Contact: Jorge Gastelum at [email protected]
First published on 10/16
& added planholders list on 10/19
Link
RFQ
The Kayenta Township - Consultants for Airport Planning,
Engineering, Environmental & Consulting Services.
Contact: Gabriel Yazzie at 928-697-8404.
First published on 10/5
Link
CMAR
City of Phoenix - Phoenix Sky Harbor International
Airport Taxiway G & H Infield Paving and Utility
Improvements Construction Manager at Risk Services.
Contact: Vivian Escobar at 602-683-3865.
First published on 10/12
11/8/12
4pm
11/9/12
12pm
$3.7M
List
AV08000030 &
AV08000069




PreLink
Proposal
10/24
1pm
Link
Commercial Utilities
Subdivision Infrastructure
Public Works Improvements
Mining and Industrial Sites
[email protected]
license number AZ 265009
KA Dual Engineering
11/9/12
4pm
$1.8M
RFQ
City of Phoenix - Landscape Architectural Services for
none
the Pueblo Grande Museum Entrance Public Art Project.
Contact: Elizabeth Grajales at [email protected]
gov or 602-534-7230. First published on 10/12
Link
1/8 page Size
11/12/12 $4.5M
2pm
List
13SQ003
RFQ
City of Scottsdale - Site 71 Well and Water Booster Pump 10/31
Business card size
Station & Water Booster Pump
Station 42B. Engineering 1pm
Services for the development of conceptual layouts
for well site and booster pump station improvements.
Contact: Anna Leyva at 480-312-7769 or
[email protected] First published on 10/19
Link
11/9/12
12pm
List
AVPLNG1315
RFQ
City of Phoenix - Airport Planning On-Call Consulting
Link
10/31
www.redpointcontracting.com
Services. Services needed include Data Collection Systems, 1pm
Facilities Planning
[email protected] Airport Layout Plans Updates, Airport
www.redpointcontracting.com
Services, Runway Safety Area Compliance
Planning,
[email protected]
 Commercial Utilities
and Cost/Benefit Studies
for
AIP
grants.
Contact:
Kandi
 Commercial Utilities
602.792.0013
 Subdivision Infrastructure
602.792.0013
Kawolsky at 602-534-8352.
First
published
on
10/19
 Subdivision Infrastructure
 Public Works Improvements
license number AZ 265009
license
number AZ 265009
 Public Works Improvements
KA
Dual Engineering
KA Dual
Engineering
11/9/12
AVNEPA1315
RFQ
City of Phoenix - Airport
Environmental
Policy 10/31
 Mining and Industrial
List Sites
Link
 National
Mining and
Industrial Sites
12pm
Act (NEPA) On-Call Consulting Services. Contact: Kandi
2:30pm
Kawolsky at 602-534-8352. First published on 10/19
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Planning/Design/Inspection/Consultant
Due Date Project
& Time
Volume
Plan- RFP/RFQ /
Holders Project #
Type
11/16/12
2pm
#10-02-13
RFP
Gila River Indian Community - Architectural & Engineering 10/30
Services for the District 6 Head Start & Tenant
9am
Improvements Project. Indian Preference. Contact: Randy
Allen at 520-562-6081 or [email protected]. First
published on 10/23
Link
11/20/12
2pm
12-PS-21
RFQ
Mohave County - On-Call Professional Engineering
Consultant for Quality Control and Material Testing
Services. Contact: Tara Acton at 928-753-0752, Ext. 3 or
[email protected] First published on 10/23
10/31
3pm
Link
RFQ
Yuma International Airport - Rolle Field Master Plan
Update. Contact: Gladys Wiggins at 928-726-5882. First
published on 10/23
10/25/12 Link
11/21/12
12pm
Development Opportunities
Owner - Project Description
PreLink
Proposal
Development Opps
Includes Requests for Development Proposals,
Entitlements, and Misc. Real Estate Services.
Due Date PlanRFP/RFQ Project # Type
& Time
Holders
Owner - Project Description
11/15/12
3pm
RFQ
ASU - Development of the University Athletics Facilities District. 10/9
Contact: Joan Stockmaster, Senior Buyer, at [email protected] 9am
asu.edu or 480-965-2316. First published on 9/14
Link
RFQ
Estrella Mountain Ranch, LLC - Seeks qualified, responsible
contractors to bid land development contracts located at Estrella
Mountain Ranch in Goodyear, AZ. Site improvements include
grading, wet utilities, dry utilities, paving, concrete, landscape,
masonry walls, park equipment, etc. For additional information,
please go to the following website: www.newlandoutreach.com.
First published on 7/13 & moved to development on 7/20
Link
RFP
City of Phoenix - Develop or Redevelop Urban and/or Mixed-Use
Development Projects on Property within Downtown Phoenix.
Contact: Community Development Division at 602-262-5040 or
[email protected] First published on 9/14
Link
RFQ # 091301
12/31/12
9/9/13
RFP-CED2012-UMD01
PreLink
Proposal
Broadcast your company’s good news!
Send us your annoucements of new
hires, project milestones, community
involvement, and project awards.
Email: [email protected] or call 480-709-4190
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Horizontal
Horizontal
Due Date Project Plan& Time Volume holders
All attempts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information
presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Includes Earthwork, Roadway Improvements, Paving Maintenance,
Transportation, and Single-Trade Solicitations directly related to Horizontal
Construction (i.e. Traffic Signal Signalization and Pavement Marking).
Solicitation/
Project #
Type
Owner - Description
Pre-bid
Link
10/23/12 $450K9am
$550K
List
2012-037
D-B-B
MCDOT - N. 88th Avenue - W. Deer Valley Road to W.
10/23
Williams Road. The work consists of taking dust mitigation 9am
measures for unpaved low volume roads in an effort
to improve air quality. The dust mitigation measures
include the construction of a 4 inch thick asphalt concrete
pavement layer, application of an acrylic copolymer topical
dust palliative, and other miscellaneous work. DBE Goal of
4.57%. Contact: Cynthia Slaughter at
[email protected]
First published on 9/25
Link
10/23/12 $250K9am
$350K
List
2012-038
D-B-B
MCDOT - N. 17th Avenue - W. Maddock Road to W. Joy 10/23
Ranch Road. The work consists of taking dust mitigation 9am
measures for unpaved low volume roads in an effort to
improve air quality. The dust mitigation measures include
the construction of an asphalt concrete pavement,
application of an acrylic copolymer topical dust palliative,
and other miscellaneous work items. DBE goal of 4.05%.
Contact: Cynthia Slaughter at
[email protected]
First published on 9/25
Link
10/25/12
10am
2012-046
2012-047
RFQ JOC MCDOT - Job Order Contract for Intersection
Improvement Services. Contact:
[email protected]
First published on 10/9
10/25/12
2pm
2013-20000103
IFB
City of Yuma - Giss Parkway/ Madison Ave. - Roundabout
Improvements. Contact: Peggy Hayes at 928-373-5110 or
[email protected] First published on 10/23
Link
none
Link
10/26/12
11am
List
060-C-(206)T
IFB
ADOT - Landform graphics on the roadway slopes on
US 60 in Apache Junction. DBE goal of 2.09%. Contact
Engineering Specialist: Brian Pirooz at 602-712 8269 or
Construction Supervisor: Kirk Kiser at 602-712-3780.
First published on 9/21
Link
10/25/12 $3M
List
2012-046
JOC
MCDOT - JOC Intersection Improvements. Contact:
none
Cynthia Slaughter at [email protected]
First published on 10/12
Link
10/26/12 $657K
11am
List
ELM-0-(205)T
IFB
ADOT - Grading and paving of existing alleys, constructing
shoulder buildup with milled AC and other related work
within the City of El Mirage. DBE Goal of 1.05%. Contact:
Engineering Specialist: Mahfuz Anwar at 602-712-7663 or
Construction Supervisor: Julie Kliewer at 602-712-8965
First published on 9/25 & added contact, project volume
and updated link to solicitation on 10/5
Link
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Horizontal
Bid Date Project Plan- Project #
& Time Volume holders
Contract Owner – Project description
Type
10/26/12 $1.75M List
11am
017-B-(217)A
IFB
ADOT - Rehabilitation of traffic signage on I-17 in Yavapai
and Coconino Counties. DBE goal of 4.43%. Contact:
Engineering Specialist: Donna Rice at 602-712-8618 or
Construction Supervisor: Tom Goodman at 928-468-5063.
First published on 9/25 & added contact, project volume
and updated link to solicitation on 10/5
Link
List
191-D(002)S
IFB
ADOT - Bridge Replacement and Road alignment on
US 191 in Apache County. The work also consists of
constructing mechanically stabilized earth and concrete
retaining walls, concrete sidewalk, guardrail, and pipe
culverts. Additional work includes seeding, lighting,
riprap, signing, pavement markings, and other related
work. DBE goal of 3.9%. Contact: Engineering Specialist:
Mohammed Patwary at 602-712-8187 or Construction
Supervisor: Carl Ericksen at 928-524-5421.
First published on 7/3 & revised bid date on 9/28
Link
10/26/12 $18.2M List
11am
060-B-(204)T
IFB
ADOT - Capacity Addictions and Road Widening on US
60 in the cities of Phoenix and Glendale. The proposed
work consists of removing driveways, constructing new
right turn lanes and sidewalk at various locations along
the length of project and pavement rehabilitation.
The pavement rehabilitation work consists of milling
and replacing AC, fog and blotter and removing and
reconstructing portions of roadway. DBE goal of 2.4%.
Contact: Engineering Specialist: Rimpal Shah at
602-712-8377 or Construction Supervisor: John Hall at
602-712-5840. First published on 7/3
& revised bid date on 10/5 & 10/16
Link
List
AV08000071
CMAR
City of Phoenix - Sky Harbor International Airport
10/15
Terminal 4 Apron Reconstruction Construction Manager 2pm
and Inspection Services. Contact: Vivian Escobar at
602-683-3865. First published on 10/5
Link
10/30/12
2pm
WD3-745-3178
IFB
City of Chandler - Right of Way Repairs - MUD (free
registration required). Contact: Sharon Brause at
480-782-2407 or [email protected]
First published on 10/5
10/16
9am
Link
10/31/12
3pm
CM3-745-3183
IFB
City of Chandler - Fire Station #2 - Concrete & Asphalt
Repairs (free registration required). Contact: Sharon
Brause at 480-782-2407 or
[email protected] First published on 10/5
10/17
9am
Link
11/1/12
3pm
PW 13-012
IFB
City of Avondale - Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) Slurry none
Replacement Services. Contact: Loretta Browning at
[email protected] or 623-333-2029.
First published on 10/19
10/26/12 $23M
11am
10/26/12 $60M
12pm
Pre-Bid Link
Link
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Horizontal
Bid Date Project PlanProject #
& Time Volume holders
11/1/12
4pm
Contract Owner – Project Description
Type
Pre-Bid
Link
IFB 13-11-SWD-04 IFB
Cochise County - Western Regional Landfill Cell 3B Liner. 10/17
Contact: Terry Hudson, Senior Buyer, at 520-432-8391 or 1pm
[email protected] First published on 9/21
Link
11/2/12
10am
$9M
List
13SQ005
DB
City of Scottsdale - Design Build Manager for the TPC
TBD
Stadium Course Renovations. The City of Scottsdale is
seeking a qualified Design-Build Manager to provide
design phase services and complete construction services
for the Tournament Players Club (TPC) Stadium Golf
Course project in Scottsdale, Arizona (The course and
clubhouse are separate DB Contracts). Contact: Gary
Meyer at [email protected]
First published on 10/19
Link
11/2/12
11am
$23M
List
086-A-NFA
086-A-(209)T
IFB
ADOT - System preservation and widening on SR 86,
approx. 15 miles west of Robles Junction, in Pima
County. The work consists of roadway excavation and
embankment, super elevation correction by milling,
furnishing and placing aggregate base course, asphaltic
concrete (End Product), poly chip seal coat, extending
existing highway box culverts and pipe culverts, removal
and replacement of box culverts and pipe culverts, signing
and pavement markings, and other related work. DBE goal
of 2.56%. Contact: Engineering Specialist: Mohammed
Salahuddin at 602-712-8260 or Construction Supervisor:
Mindy Teague at 520-838-2985. First published on 7/3
Link
List
015-A-(205)T
IFB
ADOT - Install new Concrete Culvert Box on I-15 near
MP9.6 in the Town of Litchfield. DBE goal of 3.29%.
Contact Engineering Specialist: Sara Howard at 602-7126834 or Construction Supervisor: Astrid Potter at 928-7142225. First published on 9/21
Link
11/2/12
10am
IFB
Yuma County - Supply, delivery and application of Liquid
Asphalt. Contact: Ms Rheo Pasko or Ms Kelly Fricke at the
Department of Public Works at 928-341-2500.
First published on 10/5
Link
11/2/12
2pm
RFQ
City of Casa Grande - RFQ for FY 2013-2014 On-Call Public
Works Maintenance & Repair Services. Contact: Terrence
S. McKeon at 520-421-8625 or
[email protected] First published on 10/23
Link
CMAR
City of Phoenix - Alley Dust proofing Project. Work
none
includes 281,302 SY of Clearing and grubbing and
subgrade prep, 257,860 SY of single application aggregate,
traffic control, and other misc. work. This project has a
1.67% DBE Availability. Contact: Kandi Kawolsky at
602-534-8352. First published on 10/5
Link
11/2/12
11am
11/6/12
2pm
$1.9M- List
$2.3M
ST87400154
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Horizontal
Bid Date Project Plan- Project #
& Time Volume holders
11/7/12
1pm
$750K$850K
List
11/7/12
3:30pm
Contract Owner – Project description
Type
Pre-Bid
Link
2012-048
D-B-B
Maricopa County - Crack Seal Surface Treatment Project, none
FY13. The work consists of vacuuming cracks in asphalt
concrete surface pavements, heating and applying asphalt
modified rubber compound into the cracks, and patching
material for large cracks. Contact: Cynthia Slaughter at
[email protected]
First published on 10/16
Link
OP 13-2226
IFB
City of Goodyear - Concrete Maintenance. Mandatory
Pre-bid Conference. Contact: Russ Welborn at 623-8827879 or [email protected]
First published on 10/23
Link
10/24
9am
Mand.
11/7/12
4pm
$21.6M List
015-A(208)S
CMAR
ADOT - Bridge Replacement on I-15 in Mohave
County. The project involves the replacement of the
superstructure of Bridge #6, Structure #1619. The project
will widen the shoulders as much as possible using the
existing foundation. Contact: Donna Rice, Contracts and
Specifications, at 602-712-8618. First published on 10/16
Link
11/9/12
11am
$1.5M
List
089-B-(205)T
IFB
ADOT - Construct new sidewalks and landscaping on SR
89 in Yavapai County within the town of Chino Valley.
DBE goal of 3.31%. Contact: Engineering Specialist, Don
Pierson at 928-778-4679, or Construction Supervisor Andy
Roth at 928-759-2426.
First published on 7/3 & revised on 8/28
Link
11/9/12
11am
$1.3M
List
888-A-(212)T
IFB
ADOT - Centralized Control Systems of Signals at various
traffic Interchanges on highways in Maricopa County
on I-10, I-17 Loop 101, Loop 202, SR87, and along Grand
Avenue.DBE Goal of 12.22%. Contact: Engineering
Specialist, Adrian C. Gutierrez at 602-712-8257, or
Construction Supervisor Girgis Girgis at 602-712-6710.
First published on 8/28
Link
11/9/12
11am
$1.75M List
017-B-(217)T
IFB
ADOT - Rehabilitation of Freeway Signs on Highway
17 in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, beginning at the
interchange with SR 169 and extending northerly for
a distance of approximately 36.49 miles. DBE Goal of
4.43%. Contact: Engineering Specialist Donna Rice at
602-712-8618 or Construction Supervisor Tom Goodman
at 928-468-5063. First published on 10/19
Link
12/7/12
11am
$1.8M
089-B(207)T
IFB
ADOT - System Improvements on SR 89 in Yavapai
County. The proposed work consists of drainage
improvements. DBE goal of 2.28%. Contact Engineering
Specialist: Mahmood B. Ghorbani at 602-712-6093 or
Construction Supervisor: Christopher Olson at 928-6816016. First published on 7/3 & revised on 9/18
Link
List
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Horizontal
Bid Date Project Plan& Time Volume holders
Project #
Contract Owner – Project Description
Type
Pre-Bid
Link
12/7/12
11am
$837K
List
STP-SLS-0(200)T
IFB
ADOT - Pavement rehabilitation in the city of San
Luis on Juan Sanchez Boulevard. The work consists of
milling and overlaying, pavement widening, shoulder
build-up, re-setting existing survey monuments, manholes
and valves, pavement marking and signage, installing
detectable warning strip at existing sidewalk ramps,
and other related work. DBE goal of 1.36%. Contact:
Engineering Specialist Sarker Rahman at 602-712-8262 or
Construction Engineer Jaime Hernandez at 928-317-2158.
First published on 10/16
Link
1/18/13
11am
$4.6M
List
089-A-(201)T
IFB
ADOT - Road widening on SR 89 within the City of
Prescott. The work consists of widening White Spar Road
to accommodate a center left turn lane and bike lanes in
each direction. DBE goal of 3.56%. Contact: Engineering
Specialist Don Pierson at 928-778-4679 or Construction
Supervisor Andy Roth at 928-759-2426. First published on
7/3 & revised bid date on 9/7 & 10/5
Link
Utilities
Utilities
Includes water, waste-water, and other utilities (excluding
traffic signalization projects), as well as solar, biomass, and
other energy-related solicitations.
Bid Date & Project PlanProject #
Time
Volume Holders
Contract Owner – Project description
Type
10/23/12
2pm
#09-05-12
IFB
10/23/12
3pm
Pre-Bid Link
Gila River Indian Community - District 3 Cholla Road 12”
Water line Project. Contact: Randy Allen, Buyer II, at
[email protected] First published on 10/9
10/12
9am
Link
ADPS12-00001759 IFB
Arizona Department of Public Safety - Disassemble a
10/16
ROHN 80 one hundred foot guyed tower located 13 miles 10am
NW of Aguila, AZ. Contact: Debbie Paddock, 602 223
2262 or email [email protected]
First published on 10/5
Link
10/23/12
4pm
WA1302-401
IFB
City of Chandler - Railroad Well Drilling (Free registration 10/16
required). Contact: Joshua Plumb at 480-782-3312 or
11am
[email protected] First published on 10/16
Link
10/23/12
4pm
9070WPFS-13Q
IFB
Maricopa County - Water Pump Fire Suppression System
(Free registration required). Contact: Gidget Vigil at
602-506- 4674. First published on 10/19
Link
6504221
CMAR
City of Tempe - Tempe Town Lake Downstream Dam
Replacement. Contact: Chris Kabala at 480-350-8585 or
[email protected] First published on 9/21
& revised on 10/12
Link
10/23/12
4:30pm
>$30M
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Utilities
Bid Date & Project PlanProject #
Time
Volume Holders
10/25/12
3:30pm
Contract Owner – Project description
Type
Pre-Bid Link
IFB
Bullhead City Elementary School District - Construction
and installation of an above ground 12,000 gallon fuel
tank. First published on 9/28
CMAR
City of Phoenix - Union Hills Water Treatment Plant
Solids Handling Facility Improvement Construction
Manager at Risk Services. Contact: Robyn Skramstad at
602-256-5692. First published on 10/5
RFP
Rough Rock Community School - Electrical and Site
Improvements (Chinle, AZ). Work includes Installation
of 5 new generators and related appurtenances,
construction of drainage and fencing on the south side
of Elementary Campus, and construction of football field
drainage and asphalt paving at High School Campus.
Indian Preference. Contact: Jeremiah LaMesa at Rough
Rock Community School: Highway 59 HC 61 RRTP Rough
Rock, Arizona. First published on 10/5
Link
IFB
Town of Prescott Valley - Monitoring Wells and Vadose
10/23
Zone Piezometers Project. The work involves construction 9am
of two (2) monitoring wells and three (3) Vadose zone
Piezometers. Contact: Public Works Department at
928-759-3070. First published on 10/16
Link
10/31/12
11am
IFB
Maricopa Domestic Water Improvement District Maricopa Southside Water System Improvements/Fire
Hydrants, Phase 1. Contact: William E. Collings at
520-836-5501 or [email protected]
First published on 10/16
10/18 Link
1:30pm
10/31/12
2pm
IFB
City of Safford - 14th Avenue Sewer Repair. Project
consists of installation of a new sewer line, construction
of two new sewer manholes, modification of an
existing manhole, diversion of sewer flows from the
existing damaged sewer line to the new sewer line, and
abandonment of the existing sewer line. Contact: Reed
Larson, Staff Engineer, at [email protected]
First published on 10/12 & revised link on 10/19
Link
2013-008
IFB
PhxMesa Gateway Airport - Backup Generator –
Operations & Maintenance Building. Contact: Marian
Russey at 480-988-7630 or
[email protected] First published on 9/28
Link
130606
IFB
City of Tucson - Drill Two Water Production Wells.
Contact: Bruce Prior at 520-837-2230.
First published on 10/12
Link
10/26/12
12pm
$21M
List
WS85320022
10/26/12
2pm
10/29/12
3:30pm
E226.WP
10/31/12
4pm
10/31/12
4pm
$500K$1M
Link
none
Link
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Utilities
Bid Date & Project PlanProject #
Time
Volume Holders
10/31/12
COB
Contract Owner – Project description
Type
DB
Casa Grande West Water Company - Design, Build and
Installation of a (approximate) 100,000 gallon potable
water storage tank to be completed by July 1st 2013.
Contact: Bobby Gordon at 520-560-7831 or
[email protected] First published on 10/9
11/6/12
2pm
RFP# 10.2012-S
RFP
Florence Unified School District - Solar Photovoltaic
10/16
Electric Generating System Installation/Guaranteed
2pm
Energy Cost Savings Program (Free registration required).
Contact: Roqueta Levenda at 520-723-6422 or
[email protected] First published on 10/12
Link
130643
IFB
City of Tucson - Ventana Canyon Reclaimed Meter Piping. 10/31
Contact: Dan Denman at 520-837-2198.
10am
First published on 10/23
Link
WT7360 &
WT7370
IFB
Lake Havasu City - Waterline Improvements at McCulloch
and El Dorado Wash. Contact: Sean Perrotto at Sean.
[email protected] First published on 10/12 &
revised link on 10/16 & added planholders list on 10/23
Link
11/7/12
3pm
108-11
IFB
Town of Duncan - Riverside Well Site Improvements,
10/29
Funded by CDBG. Contact: John Basteen at 928-359-2791. 10am
First published on 10/19
Link
11/8/12
4pm
2012-20000294
IFB
City of Yuma - Photovoltaic Power Production. Contact:
Peggy Hayes at 928-373-5110 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
Link
11/9/12
11am
WD3-910-3144
IFB
City of Chandler - Emergency Water Main (Line Stop Parts 10/24
& Service). Contact: Mike Mandt at 480-782-2406 or
1am
[email protected] First published on 10/12
Link
IFB
City of Sedona - City Hall Drainage Project. Mandatory
pre-bid conference (For best results, open bid docs in
internet explorer). Contact: Public Works at
928-204-7111. First published on 10/23
D-B-B
City of Phoenix - 8A-ES1 Lone Mountain Reservoir
10/29
Project Design Bid Build Services. Project includes the
9am
construction of a new 3 MG circular reservoir, a new
disinfection building with chlorine gas equipment, a
recirculation pump station, an overflow retention basin,
yard piping, grading and drainage upgrades,and civil work.
SBE goal of 9%. Contact: Kandi Kawolsky at 602-534-8352.
First published on 10/19
IFB
City of Prescott - SR89 White Spar Waterline Relocation. 10/31 Link
This project generally consists of construction of a new
2pm
12” DIP water main and appurtenances on SR89-White
Mand.
Spar Rd. from Copper Basin Rd. to Apache Dr. Mandatory
Pre-bid conference. Contact: Erika D. Laster at 928-7771236. First published on 10/23
11/6/12
4pm
$100K$250K
11/7/12
2pm
List
11/9/12
2pm
11/13/12
2pm
11/15/12
2pm
$5.1M$6.3M
List
WS85050008REBID
Pre-Bid
Link
Link
11/1
Link
2pm
Mand.
Link
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in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Utilities
Bid Date & Project PlanProject #
Time
Volume Holders
Contract Owner – Project description
Type
11/15/12
3pm
IFB
Lake Havasu City - Water System Improvements Tanks
4 & 5A. Contact: Sean Perrotto at [email protected]
atkinsglobal.com or 928-855-4505. First published on
10/19 & added planholders list on 10/23
11/29/12
2pm
IFB
City of Prescott - Zone 12 Reservoir Project. This project
generally consists of construction of a new 3.25 million
gallon storage reservoir, including 172 lineal feet of new
18-inch diameter ductile iron transmission water main
and 419 lineal feet of 16-inch ductile iron distribution
water main. Contact: Public Works Director at 928-7771130. First published on 10/23
11/29/12
3pm
AGFD13-00002325 IFB
List
Commercial
Bid Date
& Time
WT7040 &
WT7050
Commercial
Project PlanProject #
Volume Holders
10/23/12
2pm
10/24/12 $400K
2pm
10/29/12
2:30pm
REVISED
List
Pre-Bid
Link
Link
11/1
Link
10am
Mand.
Arizona Game and Fish Department - Provide and Install 11/14
Solar Array and associated systems. Contact: Elizabeth
11am
Burgard at [email protected] or 623-236-7459. First
published on 10/19
Link
Includes new construction and major renovations/additions/alterations
to real property. Includes multi-trade requests for subcontractor bids and
development RFP’s that indicate future commercial construction.
Contract Owner – Project Description
Type
Pre-Bid Link
IFB
Yuma County Airport Authority - Construction of a modification 10/4
to the Airport Passenger Terminal Building at Yuma
10am
International Airport. Contact: [email protected]
First published on 9/25
Link
66922
IFB
Pima County - Mission Road Complex, Building 24 Remodel.
10/2
Work includes interior renovation of an existing pre-engineered 9am
metal building: demolition, new interior finishes, and new
systems including HVAC, plumbing and electrical. There is minor
exterior work including some utility extensions. SBE goal of
6.00%. Contact: Melissa Hala‘ufia at [email protected]
First published on 9/28 & added sign in sheet on 10/5
Link
23-619
IFB
Town of Prescott Valley - Prescott Valley Building 40 Structural
Repair. Mandatory Site Visit. Contact: Ryan Bouwhuis at ryan.
[email protected] or 928-776-2195/2193. First published on
10/9 & revised link and contact info on 10/19
& revised bid date on 10/23
Link
10/17
1pm
Mand.
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Commercial
Bid Date Project
& Time Volume
PlanProject #
Holders
10/31/12
2pm
10/31/12
2pm
11/1/12
10am
$3M
List
11/1/12
4pm
Contract
Type
Owner – Project description
Pre-Bid Link
IFB
La Causa Development is accepting sealed bids from qualified
contracting firms for construction of 14 townhomes at Menlo
Park Place in Tucson. First published on 10/9
10/16
9am
Link
#10-01-13
IFB
Gila River Indian Community - District 3 Head Start Center.
Complete construction of a new 39,500 SF GRIC District 3
HeadStart Center in Sacaton. Indian Preference. Contact: Randy
Allen at [email protected] First published on 10/12
Link
13SQ004
DB
City of Scottsdale - Design Build Services for the TPC Stadium
TBD
Clubhouse Renovations. The City of Scottsdale is seeking a
qualified design-build manager (DBM) to provide design phase
services and complete construction services for the Tournament
Players Club (TPC) Clubhouse renovations in Scottsdale, Arizona
(The course and clubhouse are separate DB Contracts). Contact:
Gary Meyer at [email protected]
First published on 10/19
Link
2013-PW-06
IFB
City of Cottonwood - Partial Demolition and Remodel the
Cottonwood Council Chambers Building. Mandatory Pre-bid
conference. Contact: Purchasing Division at 928-340-2714.
First published on 10/19
10/23
10am
Mand.
Link
(480) 522-2560
www.precision3dscanning.com
[email protected]
Laser Scanning Produces Highly Detailed 2D and 3D Images



Extremely Cost Effective
QA/QC for New Construction & Renovations, Forensic Investigation Tool
Compatible with Revit, CAD, Civil 3d & More
11/6/12
2pm
$4.5M$4.75M
3136-7;
110029
RFP
Maricopa Community College - Rio Salado College
10/22
Communiversity at Queen Creek. Work consists of the
2pm
construction of a new 21,813 gsf two-story classroom,
community room, student services and office building. Contact:
(Technical Questions) Chad Billings, Dick and Fritsche Design
Group, at 602-954-9060. Pre-Solicitation first published on 10/5.
First published on 10/12
Link
11/6/12
2pm
$45M$50M
List
#12-9134
CMAR
UA - Bioscience Research Laboratories. Architect: Zimmer Gonza
Fresas (ZGF) Architects, Los Angeles, CA. Contact: Debra Johnson,
Senior Architect at 520-626-2420 or [email protected]
First published on 10/19
Link
11/7/12
11am
$13.1M List
13SQ006
DB
City of Scottsdale - Design Build Contract for the
Scottsdale Museum of the West. Contact: Bill Peifer at
bpeiferAscottsdaleaz.gov. First published on 10/23
Link
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Commercial
Bid Date Project
& Time Volume
PlanProject #
Holders
Contract Owner – Project description
Type
Pre-Bid Link
11/7/12
2pm
$8.7M
#1-1112
CMAR
Phoenix Union High School District - CMAR for Construction Of
Betty Fairfax HS New Classroom Bldg #400 (Free registration
required). Contact: Lila McCleery at 602-764-1402 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
10/30
9am
Link
11/7/12
2pm
$2.4M
#2-1112
CMAR
Phoenix Union High School District - CMAR Construction Of
10/30
Franklin Police And Fire HS New Classroom Building (Free
9am
registration required). Contact: Lila McCleery at 602-764-1402 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
Link
11/7/12
2pm
$3.8M
#3-1112
CMAR
Phoenix Union High School District - CMAR Science Classroom
Renovations - Project 1 At Various Schools (Free registration
required). Contact: Lila McCleery at 602-764-1402 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
10/30
9am
Link
11/7/12
2pm
$3.6M
#4-1112
CMAR
Phoenix Union High School District - CCMAR For Science
10/30
Classroom Renovations - Project 2 At Various Schools (Free
9am
registration required). Contact: Lila McCleery at 602-764-1402 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
Link
11/14/12 $50K2pm
$100K
12-B-14
IFB
Mohave County - Mohave County Animal Control Shelter
(Kingman) Repairs Project. Contact: Terri Williams at
928-753-0752 or [email protected]
First published on 10/23
Link
11/15/12 $3M$3.5M
List
12140-CMR- CMAR
2013
10/30
10am
Maricopa County - Selective Demolition, Abatement and
10/22 Link
Fireproofing, East Court Bldg, Floors 6-9. Contact: Corry Slama at 1:30pm
[email protected] First published on 10/9
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance & Alterations
Includes abatement, remediation, landscaping, irrigation, fencing,
single-trade, and maintenance solicitations. Also captures publicagency owned renovations of residential properties. In the “Contract
Type” column, RFQ generally translates into a qualifications-based
selection, while RFP notes a lump-sum proposal.
Bid Date/ $/Plan- Project #
Tine
holders
Contract Owner – Project Description
Type
10/23/12
11am
57495
IFB
Pima County - Crane Inspections/Certifications & Repairs. Contact:
Nancy Page at 520-838-7553 or [email protected]
First published on 10/5 & revised bid date on 10/9
10/23/12 <$200k
12pm
12-198EM-001
RFP
Yuma County - Installation of a fire sprinkler system and fire alarm.
Contact: Steve Mendoza at 928-817-5104 or
[email protected] First published on 9/25
Link
IFB
City of Coolidge Community Revitalization Program - Rehabilitation
(reconstruction) of one (1) single family dwelling. Contact:
520-723-6028. First published on 10/5
Link
10/23/12
1:30pm
Pre-Bid Link
10/9
11am
Link
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Maintenance & Alterations
Bid Date/ $/Plan- Project #
Time
holders
Contract
Type
Owner – Project Description
Pre-Bid
Link
10/23/12
1:30pm
12-016C
IFB
Yavapai County - Roof Replacement at the Yavapai County Criminal 10/17
Justice and Detention Center. Mandatory Pre-bid meeting. Contact: 10am
Ken Van Keuren at 928-771-3115. First published on 10/9
Mand.
Link
10/23/12
2pm
231303
RFP
ASU - Glass Replacement for Buildings University Wide. Contact:
Gail Horney at 480-727-2439 or [email protected]
First published on 10/12
none
Link
10/23/12
3pm
S02817
IFB
Housing Authority of Maricopa County - Landscape Maintenance
for Coffelt-Lamoreaux Homes in Phoenix. Contact: Janet Belfield at
602.744.4537 or [email protected]
First published on 9/18
10/4
9am
Link
10/23/12 $100K3pm
$500K
PR1204-401
IFB
City of Chandler - Tumbleweed Park North Sport Field Lighting (free 10/9
registration required). Contact: Hafiz Noor at 480-782-3324 or Hafiz. 10am
[email protected] First published on 9/25
Link
IFB
Lake Havasu City - FY 12-13 City Hall Foam Roof Installation/Recoat. 10/17
Mandatory Pre-bid conference. Contact: Ken Porosky at
7am
[email protected] First published on 10/9
Mand.
& added planholders list on 10/23
Link
10/23/12 List
3pm
10/24/12 $2K4pm
$100K
S 02769
IFB
Maricopa County Housing Authority - Residential Interior
Remodeling Project, Surprise. Contact: Janet Belfield at
602-744-4537 or [email protected]
First published on 10/9
10/24/12
4:30pm
#219
RFP
Navajo Housing Authority - UFAS Third Party Building and Housing
Unit Inspectors. Contact: Alvester B. Chee at [email protected]
First published on 10/5
10/25/12
9am
10211545
RFQuote City of Phoenix - Fire Station #31 Roofing Services. Contact: Edith
Barrera at 602-495-7664. First published on 10/9
10/25/12 $45K
2pm
2013-20000070
10/25/12
2pm
10/11
Link
8:30am
Link
10/17
9am
Link
IFB
City of Yuma - Construct a Police K9 Training Area (free registration 10/10
required). Work includes landscaping, irrigation, fencing and
9am
equipment installation. Contact: Peggy Hayes, Senior Buyer, at Peggy.
[email protected] or 928-373-5101. First published on 9/28 &
moved to maintenance on 10/2 & added sign in sheet on 10/23
Link
09.960.111
IFB
NAU - Demolition and Landscaping at Three Sites. Mandatory
Pre-bid conference. Contact: Dennis McCarthy at 928-523-3839 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
Link
10/25/12
2:30pm
#13-03-17
IFB
Vail Unified School District - Classroom Audio Enhancement Systems
and Installation in 362 classrooms and instructional spaces within
the district. Requires free registration. Contact: Sherry Mott at
520-879-2011 or [email protected] First published on 9/28
Link
10/26/12
2pm
DCH-N 09-02-12
IFB
Gila River Indian Community - Demolition & New Construction of
9/25
(10) Ten Residential Homes located within the Gila River Indian
9am
Community. Contact: Cynthia Gerard at [email protected]
First published on 9/25
Link
10/26/12
2pm
13-054 (EC)
IFB
City of Phoenix - Industrial-Commercial Door Services-Requirements 10/10
Contract. Contact: Elizabeth Casteel, Senior Buyer at 602-262-4753 or 1pm
[email protected] First published on 10/5
Link
10/16
2pm
Mand.
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in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Maintenance & Alterations
Bid Date/ $/Plan- Project #
Time
holders
Contract Owner – Project Description
Type
10/26/12
2pm
RFP 13-013
RFP
City of Phoenix - Fire Alarm System/Network & Fire Sprinkler/
10/10
Suppression Systems, requires contract. Contact: Adriana Phillips at 2pm
602-495-0761 or [email protected]
First published on 10/9
Link
10/26/12 <$10K
4pm
S 02889
IFB
Maricopa County - Stucco Installation Project. Contact: Janet Belfield 10/16
at 602-744-4537 or [email protected]
9am
First published on 10/16
Link
10/29/12
5pm
10/30/12
9am
10212101
Pre-Bid Link
RFQuote City of Bisbee - Installation and materials for the electrical circuits at none
the Queen Mine Tour Building. Contact: Doug Graeme, Queen Mine
Tour Manager, at 520-432-2071 or [email protected]
First published on 10/16
Link
RFQuote City of Phoenix - Roofing Services, Laminated Shingles. Contact:
Edith Barrera at 602-495-7664. First published on 10/8
Link
10/30/12 $100K IFBP0609
- $250K 1200002
10am
IFB
Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons - Upgrade Fire Alarm
Panels at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI), located in
Safford, AZ. Small Business Set Aside. Contact Jennifer L. Brouillard at
[email protected] or 209-956-9766. Pre-Solicitation first published
on 8/28. Solicitation first published on 9/11 & revised on 10/9
10/30/12
2pm
IFB
Gila River Indian Community - New Construction of 1 (one)
Residential Home located within the Gila River Indian Community.
Contact: Cynthia Gerard at [email protected] First
published on 9/18
10/18
9am
Link
9/20
Link
8:30pm
10/30/12
2pm
RFP #1-13-2-5
RFP
Yuma Educational Materials Management Consortium - Gym Floor
Refinishing And Repair Services (Free registration required). Contact:
Lynne Ford at 928-502-4328 or [email protected]
First published on 10/12
10/30/12
3pm
3150-2
IFB
Maricopa Community College - Theatrical Audio/Production
Communication at Mesa Community College Main Campus.
Mandatory site visit. Contact: Ren. R. Carlson at 480-731-8519 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
10/19
9am
Mand.
Link
10/30/12
4pm
S 02893
IFB
Maricopa County - Ductwork Installation Project. Contact: Janet
Belfield at 602-744-4537 or [email protected]
First published on 10/16
10/18
9am
Link
10/30/12 List
5pm
Q13-04
RFQuote City of Peoria - Sports Complex Signage. Contact: Christine Finney at 10/16
623-773-7115. First published on 10/5
8am
& added sign in sheet on 10/19
Link
10/31/12
3pm
3151-2
IFB
Maricopa Community Colleges - Theatrical Dimming System at
Outback Theatre, Mesa Community College. Contact: Ren Carlson at
480-731-8519 or [email protected]
First published on 10/23
10/31/12
3:30pm
S 02890
IFB
Maricopa County - Kitchen and Bath Cabinetry Installation. Contact: 10/16
Link
Janet Belfield at 602-744-4537 or [email protected] 8:30am
First published on 10/16
Link
Link
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presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Maintenance & Alterations
Bid Date/ $/PlanTime
holders
Project #
Contract Owner – Project Description
Type
Pre-Bid
Link
10/31/12 List
5pm
13-247-SOL-00002 RFQuote Department of Health and Human Services - Honeywell WIN-PAK
Pro Security Door Expansion. Contact: Annette Moody, Contract
Specialist, at [email protected] or 602-364-5015.
First published on 10/2
10/10
5pm
Link
11/1/12
2pm
13DSD100912
IFB
City of Maricopa - City Storm Drain Infrastructure Cleaning. Contact: none
Pattie LaCombe, Purchasing Manager at 520-316-6846 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
Link
11/1/12
2pm
13-29CMB
IFB
Mesa Public Schools - Installation Of Rain Gutters, Skirting, Interior 10/23
Furnishings, Etc... For Relocatable Buildings (Free registration
8am
required). Contact: Karen Fleetwood at 480-472-6122 or
[email protected] First published on 10/19
Link
11/1/12
3pm
ADSPO1300002283
IFB
State Procurement Office - DPS Chiller and Cooling Tower
Replacement. Contact: Gayle Dietz at [email protected]
First published on 10/9
10/17
10am
Link
11/1/12
3pm
B13/9789
IFB
Pima Community College - Downtown Campus ST-180 Auto Shop
Mechanical Upgrade. Mandatory Pre-bid conference. Contact:
[email protected] First published on 10/9
10/17
10am
Mand.
Link
11/1/12
3pm
PR 13-010
IFB
City of Avondale - Facilities Landscaping Services. Contact: Loretta
Browning at 623-333-2029. First published on 10/23
10/24
9am
Link
11/2/12
10am
IFB
Yuma County - Landscaping Services. Contact: Ms Rheo Pasko or Ms
Kelly Fricke at the Department of Public Works at 928-341-2500.
First published on 10/5
Link
11/2/12
2pm
RFQ
City of Casa Grande - RFQ for FY 2013-2014 On-Call Public Works
Maintenance & Repair Services. Contact: Terrence S. McKeon at
520-421-8625 or [email protected]
First published on 10/23
Link
11/2/12
3pm
RFQ
Sonora Environmental Research Institute, Inc. - General Contractors, 10/18
HVAC contractors, Electricians and Roofers needed to correct
10am
environmental, health and safety hazards in residential homes.
Work will be done in Zip Codes 85706, 85713, 85714, and 85756. RFQ
available upon request by emailing [email protected] or by calling
520-449-1832. First published on 9/21
Link
11/2/12
5pm
13-030
RFQuote City of Phoenix - Nevitt Park Ramada. Provide all labor, materials,
1/26
equipment, engineering, drawings, calculations, tools, transportation, 8am
permits and fees necessary to manufacture and install a ramada in
Nevitt Park. Contact: Alan Koberna at 602-261-8700 or
[email protected] First published on 10/23
11/6/12
2pm
S131305
RFP
UA - Request for Proposals for Digital Surveillance System. Contact: 10/23
Lila R Sorensen at 520-626-3538 or email: [email protected] 9am
First published on 10/23
Mand.
Link
11/7/12
2pm
FB 1207-12
IFB
Flagstaff Unified School District - District Wide Fencing (Free
registration required). Contact: Kim Aringdale at 928-527-2327 or
[email protected] First published on 10/12
Link
Link
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Volume
Pr oject So lic itat ion s
3 Issue 71
All attempts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information
presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
Maintenance & Alterations
Bid Date/ $/Plan- Project #
Time
holders
Contract Owner – Project Description
Type
Pre-Bid Link
11/7/12
3pm
IFB
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe - Demolition and new construction of 6
existing single family residences located on the Guadalupe Pascua
Yaqui Community in Guadalupe, AZ. Contact: Rolando Jaimez at
520-879-5896 or [email protected]
First published on 10/9
10/9
10am
Link
11/8/12
2:30pm
RFI-23-278
RFI
Yavapai College - Request for information to research the capabilities, 10/30
Link
2:30pm
experience, access to resources and expertise of a company and/
or firm to provide consulting and design, along with integration
if applicable, to Yavapai College (YC) in the area of professional
performing arts and cinematic audio, video, and presentation
system design for the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
(YCPAC) and related environments. Contact: Ryan Bouwhuis at
928-776-2195 or [email protected] First published on 10/23
11/9/12
2pm
13-070
IFB
City of Phoenix - Maintenance & Repair of Vehicle Barriers &
Security Gates - Requirements Contract. Contact: Barbara Hummell
at 602-495-0699 or [email protected]
First published on 10/19
10/24
2pm
Link
11/9/12
2pm
#89-13
IFB
Chandler Unified School District - Fire Panel Upgrade Hamilton HS
10/23
(Free registration required). Contact: Jean Borchert at 480-812-7627 3pm
or [email protected] First published on 10/19
Link
11/14/12 $150K
5pm
P13-0030
RFQ
City of Peoria - HUD Section 3 Qualified Vendor listing. The City of none
Peoria is requesting information for a Section 3 Qualified Contractor
list in place for work on emergency home repairs and/or other
construction/rehab type projects. Contact: Jennifer Miller at
623-773-7115. First published on 10/19
Link
IFB
Town of Huachuca City - Camp Naco Asbestos Containing Material
Removal and Site Work Project. Contact: Public Works at
520-456-1354 or [email protected]
First published on 10/5
Link
IFB
Pima County - Conventional Roofing Services. Contact: Nina Schatz
at 520-724-8719 or [email protected] First published on10/23
11/28/12 <$250K PC-121218
2pm
RFP
Pinal County - Video Visitation. Contractor shall install, operate,
maintain, and service the Video Visitation System (VVS) for PCSO.
Contact: Brenda Widugiris 520-866-6265 or
[email protected] First published on 10/19
11/29/12
1pm
RFP
Nogales Unified School District - Wide Area Network & Internet
Services. Contact: Alex Lopez at 520-397-7916 or
[email protected] First published on 10/23
11/1
1pm
Mand.
Link
IFB
Pima Community College - District wide Security Access System.
Mandatory pre-bid conference. Contact:
[email protected] First published on 10/19
11/2
10am
Mand.
Link
11/15/12
2pm
11/20/12
1pm
12/6/12
3pm
68714
B13/9791
11/6
10am
Link
Link
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Pr oject So lic itat ion s
All attempts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information
presented. How ever, AZBEX is not r esponsible for any errors or omissions
in this data. Links may not be valid once bid date/time ha s passed. All
Bidders are r esponsible for verifying the content of the information.
ProductsRequests
& Equipment
for equipment (purchase and rental), furnish only of materials,
Products & Equipment
and related items.
Date
Solicitation/Project # Type
Owner - Project Description
Pre-bid
Link
Link
10/23/12 R13PS49008
5pm EST
IFB
Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation - 1.5” Drain Rock
delivered to Yuma. Contact: Client Services at 1-877-933-3243 or
[email protected] First published on 10/19
10/24/12 60943
1pm
IFB
Pima County - Victaulic Groove Fittings. Contact: Hazel Houston at
[email protected] First published on 10/2
10/10
1pm
Link
10/24/12 61747
2pm
IFB
Pima County - Plumbing Parts Group C. Contact: Hazel D. Houston at
520-791-6507 or [email protected] First published on 9/28
10/10
2pm
Link
10/24/12 13-050
2pm
RFP
City of Tempe - Purchase of two 10 wheel dump trucks. Contact: Tony none
Allen at [email protected] or 480-350-8548.
First published on 10/9
Link
10/24/12 12132-RFP
2pm
RFP
Maricopa County - Plumbing Fixtures, Supplies and Related Products 10/10
and Services. Contact: Derron Wasp, Procurement Officer, at 602-506- 1pm
3823 or [email protected] First published on 10/12
Link
10/24/12 130669
4pm
RFP
City of Tucson - Traffic Signal Heads and Related Components.
Contact: Christina Schipansky at 520-837-4131 or
[email protected] First published on 10/12
Link
10/25/12 13-10-HFM-04
4pm
IFB
Cochise County - Furnish two (2) Emulsified Asphalt Distributors to
be installed on existing county vehicles. Contact: Terry Hudson, Senior
Buyer, at phone 520-432-8391 or [email protected]
First published on 10/2
Link
10/29/12 642909
9am
RFQuote
City of Phoenix - Supply and Deliver EIM Electric Actuators. Contact:
Michelle Honea at 602-495-5792 or [email protected]
First published on 10/23
Link
10/30/12 642913
9am
RFQuote
City of Phoenix - Supply Valve Gate Rising stems. Contact: Michelle
Honea at 602-495-5792 or [email protected]
First published on 10/23
Link
11/1/12
3pm
B12-10-004
IFB
Navajo County - Purchase of one or more conventional 10 Wheel
Dump Trucks. Contact: Jeanine Carruthers at 928-524-4100 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
Link
11/5/12
3pm
2012232
IFB
City of Mesa - Bronze Water Service Valves & fittings, Gate Valves
& Ductile Pipe and Fire Hydrants & Repair Parts. Contact: Clayton
Campbell at 480-644-2655 or [email protected]
First published on 10/19
11/8/12
2pm
13PWD0061
IFB
City of Prescott - Supply and/or Delivery of Aggregate Materials.
Contact: Public Works Director at 928-777-1130.
First published on 10/9
11/8/12
2pm
2013-20000016
IFB
City of Yuma - Ready Mix Concrete - Color And Stamp Mix (Free
registration required). Contact: Mary Roman at 928-373-5114 or
[email protected] First published on 10/16
10/11
10am
none
Link
Link
10/30
9am
Link
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3 Issue 71
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
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Products & Equipment
Date
Project #
Type
Owner - Project Description
11/13/12 IFB 6-1112
2pm
IFB
Phoenix Union High School District - HVAC Supplies and Equipment
(Free registration required). Contact: Lila McCleery at 602-764-1402 or
[email protected] First published on 10/23
Link
11/30/12 11037-C
2pm
IFB
Maricopa County - Redi-Mix Concrete (Re-Bid). Contact: Brian Garcia at none
602-506-3246 or [email protected]
First published on 10/16
Link
Link
Pre-Solicitations
Pre-Solicitations
Status
Pre-bid
Solicitation/ Project Target Date Type
Project #
Volume
Owner/Project Description
Link
CANCELLED
Target: 8/24
IFB
Tohono O’odham Ki:Ki Association (TOKA) - Renovation of Link
the TOKA Recreation Building located in Sells, Arizona on
the Tohono O’odham Nation. Indian Preference. Contact:
Thomas Shepherd at 520-383-2202 e-mail:
[email protected] OR Lisa Gonzales at
[email protected] housing.org. Pre-Solicitation first
published on 8/21 & cancelled on 10/23
Changed to open
solicitation on
10/23
?
RFQ
Yuma International Airport - Professional Engineering
Firm for planning services for Rolle Field. The Scope of
Services is for the development of an Airfield Master
Plan for Rolle Field located eleven miles southwest of
Yuma International. This design project is not yet funded.
Pre-solicitation first published on 7/27
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