On-Call Project Management, Construction Management and Inspection Services
Park Engineering is providing project management, construction management and inspection services for City public works projects, including street rehabilitation, pedestrian improvements, and roadway improvements, sanitary sewer projects.
Central Berkeley Transportation and Infrastructure Improvements
Milvia Street Bikeway Improvements
The Milvia Bikeway project improves safety and access for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists on Milvia Street between Hearst Avenue and Blake Street. The project includes a Class IV protected bikeway with separation from motor traffic by way of a vertical element, intersection treatments and traffic calming features, and elimination of the slip lane at Milvia and Center Street. Project is funded with a grant from Alameda CTC, a grant from the State Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program.
Addison Street Bicycle Blvd and University/Grant Bus Bulb and Ped Crossing Improvements
The Addison Bike Boulevard project addresses the community need, identified in the City of Berkeley Bicycle Plan (2017), for a bike route paralleling University Avenue. The Addison Bike Boulevard specifically provides an east-west connection between Milvia Street and Sacramento Street to connect West Berkeley to Downtown Berkeley. The project includes new bike boulevard pavement markings and signage for a Class 3 bikeway, in which motor vehicles will share the street with bicyclists, new crosswalk markings and pedestrian-scale lighting at selected intersections, and rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFBs) across Martin Luther King Jr. Way at the Addison Street intersection.