Various Project Specific & On-Call Projects
Park Engineering continues to provide resident engineering, project management, construction management & inspection services to the City of Orinda Public Works Department. Completed and ongoing projects include:
Camino Pablo Bicycle Route Corridor Improvement Project
Park Engineering provided construction management for this $650,000 locally funded project. The project work consisted of pavement widening, sidewalk regrading, signal loop installation and concrete island modifications. Then, a second phase included microsurfacing of Camino Pablo from Orinda Way to, and including, Brookwood Road and then striping work for improved bike lane delineation.
Orinda Way Pavement Rehabilitation Project
Park Engineering provided construction management for this $800,000 federally funded project. The project work consisted of concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk repairs as well as replacement curb ramps for ADA compliance. Roadway base failures were completed along with a 3-inch full width pavement grind & overlay, with follow up replacement signal loops & roadway striping.
Crossroads Area & BART Wayfinding Signage
Project & Construction Management Work
Park Engineering managed the planning and design and is managing the $140,000 construction of this project that will furnish and install new custom fabricated wayfinding signs, wall graphics and fabricated light cabinet, concrete foundation, replacement of existing sidewalk where needed, extension of electrical conduits and conductor as needed.
2017 Annual and Measure J & L Paving Rehabilitation Project
This $10M project consisted of improvements occurring on 65 different streets within the City. Roadway rehabilitation was primarily through Full Depth Reclamation with an HMA overlay, extensive drainage and concrete curb & gutter replacement work. Other work consisted of utility adjustments, replacement of HMA dikes & swales and roadway delineation. The project was locally funded with the use of both City funds and Contra Costa County Measure funds.
BART-Downtown Access Ramp & Lighting Project
This $900,000 project consisted of removing an existing concrete stairway and replacing with a new stairway and ADA compliant ramp to link the City’s busy Theater District with the adjacent Orinda BART Station. A series of seven retaining walls were constructed to achieve the ADA ramp in small work area, located on Caltrans right-of-way. Other work included improved lighting and new landscaping with an improved irrigation system.
2014 Annual and Measure J Paving Rehabilitation Project
This $1.4M project consisted of a combination of pavement rehabilitation, both slurry seal and mill of existing pavement with Hot Mix Asphalt paving; base failure repairs, both digout repairs and Full Depth Reclamation; minor drainage improvements and repairs; and re-installation of striping and pavement markings. The project was locally funded with the use of both City funds and Contra Costa County Measure L funds. The total construction value was of $1.4M.