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Top 10 major upcoming Midwest and Northwest construction projects - U.S. - September 2022

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Top 10 major upcoming Midwest and Northwest construction projects - U.S. - September 2022

The accompanying tables show the top 10 major upcoming Midwest and Northwest construction projects in the U.S. They are all in the planning stage and are mainly new projects, but may also involve additions and/or alterations.

Shopping centers, hotels, office buildings, medical buildings, educational buildings, libraries and museums, sports and entertainment complexes, industrial projects and government buildings will all be covered on a rotating basis.

There are several reasons for highlighting upcoming large projects. Such jobs have often received a fair amount of media coverage. Therefore, people in the industry are on the lookout for when job-site work actually gets underway. And, as showcase projects, they highlight geographically where major construction projects are proceeding.

Finally, total construction activity is comprised of many small- and medium-sized projects and a limited number of large developments. But the largest projects, simply by their nature, can dramatically affect total dollar volumes. In other words, the timing and size of these projects have an exaggerated influence on market forecasts.

Ten of the largest upcoming Midwest construction projects

Project Title and Owner/Developer Location Current Stage Project
Value
U.S. $ millions
ONE CENTRAL PROJECT
City of Chicago – Aviation Chicago IL Schematic Design $20,000
THE 78
Related Midwest Chicago IL Design Development $7,000
PROJECT TIM MANUFACTURING PLANT / DURAND
New Steel International Inc Durand MI Pre-Design $7,000
LINCOLN YARDS
Sterling Bay Chicago IL Design Development $6,000
LINCOLN YARDS – FUTURE PHASES
Sterling Bay Chicago IL Pre-Design $5,650
DESTINATION MEDICAL CENTER – ALL OTHER PHASES
DMC EDA Rochester MN Pre-Design $5,600
MIDWEST CARBON EXPRESS
Summit Carbon Solutions Iowa Falls IA Pre-Design $4,500
PANASONIC ENERGY CO. ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY PLANT / DE SOTO
Kessinger/Hunter & Company De Soto KS Pre-Design $4,000
BRONZEVILLE LAKEFRONT
Draper & Kramer Chicago IL Pre-Design $3,800
I-290 EISENHOWER EXPRESSWAY EXPANSION – ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) Chicago IL Pre-Design $3,800

Ten of the largest upcoming Northwest construction projects

Project Title and Owner/Developer Location Current Stage Project
Value
U.S. $ millions
ALASKA NATURAL GAS PIPELINE
Alaska Gasline Development Corporation Nikiski AK Design Development $43,400
HIGH-SPEED RAIL – BAKERSFIELD TO PALMDALE – CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL AUTHORITY
California High-Speed Rail Authority Bakersfield CA Pre-Design $18,900
NATRIUM NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
TerraPower, LLC Kemmerer WY Pre-Design $13,000
CENTENNIAL AT TEJON RANCH
Tejon Ranch Santa Clara CAR Pre-Design $10,000
I-605 HOT SPOTS PROJECTS / VALLEY/ BEVERLY / SOUTH AND SR 60/7TH – LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (LA METRO)
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) Norwalk CA Design Development $10,000
WEST SANTA ANA BRANCH LIGHT RAIL LINE – WEST SANTA ANA BRANCH TRANSIT CORRIDOR
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) Los Angeles CA Pre-Design $8,500
TAPESTRY PHASE I
Terra Verde Group LLC – Calimesa Hesperia CA Design Development $8,000
RELATED SANTA CLARA (FORMERLY CITY PLACE)
Related Santa Clara Santa Clara CA ion Documents $6,500
BART EXTENSION PHASE II – SAN JOSE / SANTA CLARA VALLEY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Santa Clara CA ion Documents $6,500
COLUMBIA RIVER I-5 BRIDGE – WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Washington State Department of Transportation – Vancouver Vancouver WA Pre-Design $4,500

All of the above projects share the same common factors. They are all in the planning stage. They are mainly new projects but may also involve additions and/or alterations. Shopping centers, hotels, office buildings, medical buildings, educational buildings, libraries and museums, sports and entertainment complexes, industrial projects and government buildings will all be covered on a rotating basis.
While every effort is made to ensure the correctness of Connect’s information, we have hundreds of thousands of projects in our database and some errors will occur. We greatly appreciate hearing from readers concerning updates and will make proper revisions promptly.
Data source: Connect/Tables: Connect.
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