Major Milestone: NAVWAR REVITALIZATION Draft EIS Published

Friday May 14, 2021
Jennifer Van Grove, San Diego Union Tribune

The Navy has determined it would like to work alongside private developers to replace its familiar-but-obsolete hangars along Interstate 5 with new facilities, thousands of homes, plenty of office space for large companies, two hotels and community shops in towers stretching as high as 350 feet — with a transit center to boot.
The preliminary decision for the 70-acre site in the Midway District, commonly referred to as NAVWAR, was published today by the United States Department of the Navy in what’s known as a draft environmental impact statement.


Florida Atlantic University issues ITN

FAU has issued a sealed Invitation to Negotiate (ITN) No. & Title: 2021-ITN-0097-MT, Public-Private Partnership (P3) to Construct and Operate a Marine Testing Research Facility Description: This competitive solicitation is …


Governor Cuomo Announces a Proposal to Connect High Line to the New Moynihan Train Hall

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Volusia County, FL issues RFP

Monday November 02, 2020

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR LANDFILL GAS RECOVERY RFP NO. 21-P-19IF The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit competitive sealed proposals for Landfill Gas Recovery for the …