City of Fremont

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Client Details

Construction ValueVarious
Services Provided Construction Inspection Services
Service Date2016, 2018, 2022-23
Client ReferenceMirabel Aguilar, Senior Civil Engineer
Jeanne Suyeishi, Senior Civil Engineer
Project Types On Call Roadways Bridges

Fremont Blvd. Safe and Smart Corridor Project $8.5M Total ($5.3M Const. and $3.2M procurement) (ACTC Funded) 
Park Engineering provided construction management and inspection services to the City of Fremont for the Fremont Boulevard Safe and Smart Corridor Project (PWC 8922).  The project creatively used technology to move traffic efficiently along the Fremont Boulevard corridor at a safe speed, ensure safe pedestrian and bicycle movement, enhance transit service, improve management of the traffic signal/lighting systems, and install backbone infrastructure to accommodate future transportation technologies. The project limits included a 10-mile corridor along Fremont Boulevard (with 38 signalized intersections), from I-880 in North Fremont to I-880 in South Fremont (Innovation District), as well as along Thornton Avenue (from Fremont Boulevard to Paseo Padre Parkway) and along Paseo Padre Parkway (from Thornton Avenue to Walnut Avenue).

Fremont Blvd Widening Project, Phase II
This phase of the project completed the widening of Fremont Blvd. that is approximately 700 feet long segment of roadway immediately north of West Warren Avenue. Project work included demolition and disposal of existing facilities – asphalt pavement & pedestrian path, concrete curb and gutter, fence, and drainage headwall; performed earthwork and roadway excavation; installed a new pedestrian bridge, extended a triple-box culvert bridge, constructed a new retaining wall, and installed slope and channel bed protection; installed new PCC curb and gutter, sidewalk, driveways, and gravel driveway conforms; installed hot mix asphalt pavement; installed bioretention areas and associated drainage; landscape and irrigation system; installed traffic striping and pavement markings, and signs; and raised utilities to final pavement elevation. Work included improvement that installed a sidewalk across the existing Alameda County Flood Control facility south of Landing Parkway.

BART Way and Gateway Plaza Multi-Modal Improvements
The project work consisted of providing bicycle and pedestrian improvements on BART Way from the BART station to Civic Center Drive and on Gateway Plaza. The project work reconstructed the existing sidewalks with wider, colored concrete sidewalks; installed decorative street and pedestrian lights; provided concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk on both sides of the road including upgrading curb ramps at intersections; improved the Civic Center Drive intersection by providing bulb outs and a new traffic signal; rehabilitated the existing asphalt pavement by repairing base failure areas and then grinding and overlaying the existing pavement with minimum 2 inches of hot mix asphalt; provided new signing and striping and pavement markings; installed green bike lanes on BART Way; constructed additions to the storm drain system including laterals and inlets.

Park Engineering provided Inspection Service to document & monitor construction activities and ensure contract compliance of the work performed.