Pearland City Council awards construction bid for Orange Street Service Center Renovation Project
Pearland City Council awarded a bid for construction of the Orange Street Service Center Field Operations Support Building Renovation Project. Project is currently in Phase 1A of the larger, multi-phased project to upgrade, modernize and consolidate facilities at the Orange Street Service Center. The contractor selection was made using the Competitive Sealed Proposal process based on the best value to the City.
The $1.5 million project will result in the renovation and remodel of approximately 5,300 square feet of interior space, and over 10,000 square feet including covered parking areas. The existing pre-engineered metal building will be converted into a Field Operations Support Building housing a training room, locker and shower facilities, a lunchroom, and a small conference room and office.
Phase 1B of the project includes the demolition of the existing Field Operations Building along with the existing Administration Building and Fire Station #1, and the construction of a new Administration Building housing the Public Works and Engineering and Capital Projects Departments.
Proposed construction for Phase 1A is 180 days to substantial completion and will be coordinated with the ongoing Old Alvin Road Widening project as well as the Public Works Department’s daily operations. For more information on this project and other City projects, view the City’s Capital Improvement Plan. This project is in line with City Council’s Strategic Priorities of maintaining a Sustainable Infrastructure and a Fiscally Responsible Government.