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Projects in Design and Planning Across the Mountain States Region

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Planning/Design

Colorado

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Idaho

Design is under way for upgrades to the surgery and intensive care units at the VA Medical Center in Boise. The project will remodel approximately 4,200 sq ft of space on the third floor and extend it out 8,032 sq ft and above the existing admitting and specialty care additions to Building 85. Bidding and construction schedules are still to be determined. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, 5115 NE 82nd Ave., Suite 203, Vancouver, Wash., 98662-6842. DR# 10-485873.

Colorado

Developer McWhinney Enterprises is planning to build the five-story, 115,744-sq-ft North Park Office Building, the first of five office buildings in a business complex at Northwest Parkway and I-25 in Broomfield. North Park, estimated to cost at least $15 million, is still in conceptual planning, with no construction method selected yet. McWhinney Enterprises, Troy McWhinney, 2725 Rocky Mountain Ave., Suite 200, Loveland, 80538-8716. DR# 11-593183.

Utah

Design is progressing on the North Shore Aqueduct Vineyard Connector Segment in Lehi. The project will install 40,000 ft of 60-in. mortar-lined, taped and armor-coated welded steel pipe. The pipeline will start in the northwest corner of the former Geneva Steel site and end at 600 East and Pioneer Crossing in Lehi, paralleling the planned Utah Dept. of Transportation Vineyard Connector road. The pipeline route will cross existing railroads, streams, utilities and city, county and state roads and private land. Central Utah Water Conservancy District, 355 W. University Pkwy., Orem, 84058-0010. DR# 08-817946.

Colorado

Zocalo Community Development will build a 13-story, 220-unit apartment building with retail space and restaurants on the ground floor at 19th and Chestnut streets near Denver Union Station. Planning is under way, and further action on the estimated $60-million, 250,000-sq-ft building is anticipated in three to six months. The developer is serving as architect. Zocalo Community Development, David Zucker, 2195 Decatur St., Suite 1, Denver, 80211-5183. DR# 11-606895.

Colorado

MI Development Corp. is planning the second phase of the Parkway Circle mixed-use project at Interlocken in Broomfield. The second and final phase includes two 180,000-sq-ft office buildings; a 156-room, 136,000-sq-ft hotel; three concrete pads for future restaurants; a 4,000-sq-ft drive-through bank; three retail buildings; and two parking garages constructed on a 25-acre site. MI Development Corp., 3300 E. 1st Ave., Suite 510, Denver, 80206-5808. DR# 11-593163.

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