When Texas’ Baker Construction is up for bid for $25 million project

On June 13, the state Department of Transportation, the Texas Department of Public Safety and the City of Austin announced a bid for the construction of a $25-million, 200,000-square-foot, five-story, three-story-and-a-half-acre, mixed-use development for a former Baker Construction site at 2600 West Main Street.

The project, which was developed by a consortium led by Texas-based developer Austin-based RMI Development, will include a large public plaza and pedestrian-oriented development, including a new park that will connect with the existing Baker Street pedestrian plaza and existing pedestrian amenities.

This site is approximately 20 minutes west of downtown Austin and will provide approximately 40 parking spaces and an outdoor plaza.

The City of San Antonio is also developing the project for the City and the State.

The new Baker Construction project is located in the City’s Westside, adjacent to the existing, privately owned Baker Street and existing, publicly owned Baker Plaza.

The Baker Construction contract will be awarded to RMI on June 21, 2019.

The winning bid will be evaluated by the Department of Administration for approval and construction will begin in the first quarter of 2020.

A formal groundbreaking will be held in October 2020.

Construction on the Baker Construction Site will be under a state permit and subject to a construction permit process, subject to approval by the City Council.

The Department of Construction and Inspections will be responsible for the enforcement of the project permit and for the issuance of a building permit for the project.

Construction of the Baker construction project will be overseen by the Division of Public and Environmental Engineering.

A construction permit will be required for any public or private use of this project site.

The cost of the construction project is estimated at $15 million, and the full cost of construction will be determined by the city and the state.

In addition to Baker Construction, RMI is developing a mixed-used, public-private redevelopment of a former T-Mobile facility located at 5500 West Main St., in the Austin-area.

The site is located approximately 20 miles west of the existing T-mobile site and is currently operated by a public agency.

The development is being financed with private funds and is being overseen by a private entity.

The design and engineering of this mixed- use, mixed uses project is being done by RMI’s Austin-Austin and New Braunfels-New Braunfells divisions.

The total cost of this design and development will be approximately $18 million.

The developer has completed a site assessment report and will present its proposal to the City at the City-Public-Private Development Commission’s June 21 public meeting.

For more information on Baker Construction or for more information about the Baker redevelopment, contact the city’s Department of Planning and Development at 713-731-5550.

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The bill was signed by McCrories spokesperson David Brown on Friday.

UT Austin will be designated a public institution, and will receive the designation on a statewide basis, the release said.

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The measure was sponsored by state Senator Donna Campbell, R-Rio Grande Valley, who sponsored the legislation in 2014.

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The Highway 1 corridor from Brownsville to El Paso was opened on Friday, June 18. 

This is the first time a new highway has opened in more than 30 years in the state, said the Texas DOT, which will work with the Texas Public Policy Foundation to provide transportation for drivers.

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