Construct-A-Lead Announces The Following Student Housing Projects Will Go Forward

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Construct-A-Lead’s comprehensive online construction database supplies the enormous, construction marketplace with valuable information for companies to be able to compete in the multi-billion dollar construction arena. The following construction projects offer users insight into the area’s student housing construction activity.

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Construct-A-Lead is an online construction lead service that helps contractors, service providers, manufacturers and suppliers gain information on all large scale construction projects.

The service features apartment construction, hotel construction, retail construction, medical construction, school renovations & more, including those hard-to-find private project leads, to help bid on construction, from planning stage- completion.

Construct-A-Lead, the industry’s most comprehensive construction lead service, announces the following student housing projects will go forward. Construct-A-Lead’s newly implemented advanced search feature allows the user to find their leads or key contacts by project type, location, bid stage, dollar value, company, or keyword.

Users are able to track projects status, save searches, put personalized notes on projects, email a project to a colleague or customer, reach out directly to the decision maker and download construction leads with a one-touch feature.

Interested parties are invited to visit Construct-A-Lead.com and sign up for a no obligation test drive, where they will be able to experience these newly integrated features. Users will be able to receive regular alerts on new and updated construction projects, in accordance with the individual’s preference.

An example of the student housing projects available within the database is listed below. Reference the Project ID to utilize the new site features and to obtain direct contact information for each construction lead:

San Francisco, CA – UCSF Student Housing - Plans call for the new construction of a student housing development to include 595 units across two buildings. Construction start: Q4, 2017, Q1, 2018, $222,000,000. Project ID: 1392345

New York, NY – 495 Eleventh Avenue – Plans call for the new construction of a 234 affordable unit mixed use tower with 200,000 square feet of office space, 80,000 square feet of student dormitories, a 12,000-square-foot supermarket. Construction start: Fall, 2019, $195,000,000 Project ID: 1392022

Gainesville, FL – University of Florida - Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity – Plans call for building a new fraternity house to the University of Florida totaling 16,800 square feet. Construction start: Q3, 2017 $3,500,000 Project ID: 1391922

Davenport, IA – Palmer College of Chiropractic Student Housing - Plans call for the demolition of the former St. Luke's Hospital and several adjacent homes and the new construction of a student housing development. Construction start: Q4, 2017, Q1, 2018. $20,000,000 Project ID: 1392481

Berea, OH – Main Street Revisited – Plans call for the new construction of a four-story mixed-use building to include retail on the ground floor and a total of 81 units capable of housing 131 students above it. Project will serve students at Baldwin Wallace University. Construction start: Q4, 2017, Q1, 2018, $17,000,000. Project ID: 1392524

Construct-A-Lead is an online database that connects users to large-scale commercial construction projects, including those hidden, private project leads.

The service features hotel construction, office buildings, retail construction, medical facilities, school renovations and much more, to help bid on construction including those hard-to-find private project leads, from planning stage through completion. Construct-A-Lead’s daily updates of commercial construction project leads are an ideal solution for those who want to put their product or service into commercial, government and religious structures.

For more information, visit Construct-A-Lead.com online or call 855-874-1491.

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