CURRENT REGIONAL PROJECTS
GNDC team members develop and/or manage a variety of projects on behalf of our members. Below are some of the ongoing projects GNDC has recently been active in developing and managing. Please contact any of the qualified GNDC team members for assistance with your community and economic development projects.
Garfield County Health Center Remodel - Advertisement for Bids
Garfield County is requesting bids for the Garfield County Health Center remodel project. Please click here for the Advertisement for Bids. This is a Davis-Bacon project, and contractors must be bonded. A pre-bid walk through of the areas of the hospital that are being remodeled is scheduled for Thursday, January 24th at 1:30 pm. Bids must be received by the Garfield County Commission, Jordan Montana in the Commissioner’s office at 352 Leavitt Avenue, Jordan Montana, by Thursday February 7, 2019 at 1:30 pm.
The advertisement for bids for this project can also be found through the Montana Builder’s Exchange and the Montana Department of Transportation DBE exhange site, and in the Yellowstone County News and the Jordan Tribune.
Sand Creek Winds, LLC
GNDC has been working with Sand Creek Winds, LLC (SCW) since 2012 to determine the feasibility of a 75 MW wind farm to be located on 18,360 acres of private lands in northern McCone County. So far, a Feasibility Study and a System Impact Study have been completed with the assistance of a $119,000 USDA Rural Business Enterprise Grant and a $21,000 Big Sky Trust Fund Grant. GNDC has also been awarded a $60,000 USDA Rural Business Development Grant to assist SCW in completing the Environmental Assessment phase of the project.
City of Glasgow Housing Program
Last June the City of Glasgow completed an updated Housing Plan which showed great need for demolition of blighted structures and rehabilitation of single-family homes located within the City limits of Glasgow. Since then the Glasgow Housing Advisory Board was established and GNDC has been working with the City of Glasgow to complete an Environmental Assessment and application for funding to the CDBG Non-Competitive program for housing. The application is nearing completion and is anticipated to be submitted in early April. If awarded, this program has the potential of bringing housing assistance to the residents of Glasgow as early as this summer by means of demolition of blighted structures with one-to-one replacement and rehabilitation of health and safety issues for low to moderate income residents.
McCone County Health Center Roof Replacement
McCone County was recently selected for a Community Development Block Grant - Economic Development award in the amount of $425,000. This grant made it possible for McCone County Health Center to completed a Preliminary Architectural Report and conduct repairs to solve the most critical health and safety concerns, including roof replacement. GNDC provided project management to the awardee, McCone County. Work was completed by local contractor Prairie Elk Distributing, Inc..
PROJECTS COMPLETED IN THE LAST 5 YEARS
Town of Jordan Growth Policy: CDBG Planning Grant $30,000
Roosevelt Medical Center Preliminary Architect Report: CDBG Planning Grant $30,000
Roosevelt County New Jail Facility Feasibility Study: CDBG Planning Grant $28,500
Daniels County Housing Plan: CDBG Planning Grant $5,000
Regional Needs Assessment: Big Sky Trust Fund $26,250, CDBG $25,000 & local funding
City of Wolf Point Housing Revitalization: CDBG $450,000
Town of Circle Housing Revitalization: CDBG$450,000
Town of Jordan Waste Water Treatment Facility Preliminary Engineering Report: TSEP $15,000
City of Wolf Point Housing Development: HOME Grant $1,080,000
City of Glasgow Housing Plan: CDBG Planning Grant $10,000
Town of Jordan Preliminary Engineer Report: DNRC Renewable Resources Planning, $15,000
Town of Jordan Preliminary Engineer Report: TSEP Planning Grant, $15,000
Valley County Fairground Improvements; Montana DOT Grant, $177,000
City of Wolf Point Marketing; Montana Office of Tourism, $10,000
Poplar Senior Center; Preliminary Architecture Report, $26,000
Northstar Apartments LIHTC Award, $5,570,420