Alameda Point Re-use Infrastructure, Ph 1 & 2
Park Engineering, Inc. provided a Constructibility Review and the construction manager to start this $30M redevelopment project at Alameda Point. Project work consists of removing and installing utility systems–storm drain, sanitary, sewer, water, electrical, natural gas, and telecom–and constructing improvements related to utility services, street lighting, curb, gutter, sidewalk, driveway, street paving, landscape and irrigation. Additional work specific to SWPPP, adherence to the project’s SiteManagement Plan and traffic control requirements, and all other associated work to complete the project.
Clement Ave Safety Improvements Project
ParkEngineering, Inc. provided a Constructibility Review
Cross Alameda Trail, Main to Constitution
This project, the ‘CAT/RAMP + Gap’ Project, was part of the City of Alameda’s overall Cross Alameda Trail (CAT) project, which is a crosstown four-mile bicycling and walking corridor that will connect the west side of the island to the east, from the former Naval Air Base to the Miller-Sweeney (Fruitvale) Bridge. The CAT is being constructed in segments. This CAT/RAMP + Gap project, between Main Street and Constitution Way, will total approximately 0.9 miles in length.
Project included construction of separate walking and bicycling paths (asphalt concrete), plus a decomposed granite jogging path, in the City-owned abandoned railroad right-of-way along Atlantic Ave (Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway). Project work included import fill and management of the existing contaminated soils, drainage improvements, decorative concrete sidewalk & plaza work, existing signal modification, installation of a mid-block new pedestrian crossing, landscape & irrigation, bus shelter & site furnishings, path and roadway striping. Coordination with multiple businesses, utilities and schools will be necessary.
Park Engineering provided construction management and inspection services for this 1-mile bike and walking trail improvement project that utilized several funding sources, including federal monies. Other duties included constructibility efforts, pre-bid preparation & cost segregation assistance, bidding assistance and coordination with Alameda County Department of Environmental Health related to contaminated soil management.