Park Engineering staff provided construction management and inspection services for several improvement projects for the City of San Mateo. Services have included full construction management including CCO, RFI and submittal management, schedule, constructability reviews, bidding assistance, and federally funded project support including contract administration, contract compliance, audit support and fund reimbursement. Projects include:
Downtown Parking Technology Improvements Project
This federally funded project upgraded single & multi-space parking meter systems in the downtown area. New level-by-level count systems were installed in the City’s five downtown parking structures as well as installation of new way finding signs for parking.
Citywide Crosswalk Improvement Project
This federally funded $525,000 project constructed high visibility crosswalks in 40 locations throughout San Mateo. In addition to the crosswalk upgrades, work consisted of new and relocated signage, a pedestrian refuge island, installation of a rectangular rapid flashing beacon system, curb ramp improvements, thermoplastic pavement markings, and green bike lane installation.
E. 3rd Ave Street Rehabilitation Project
This $1M project scope included concrete improvements; asphalt concrete pavement grinding and removal, hot mix asphalt paving, pavement striping, storm drain replacement and utility structure adjustments.
Poplar Corridor Safety Improvement Project
The $2M project constructed a median island on Poplar Ave from Amphlett Blvd to Idaho St, as well as traffic calming improvements along Humboldt St. Traffic calming improvements included: bulbouts, landscaping with new trees, pedestrian level lighting, radar feedback signs, and signal upgrades at Humboldt/Poplar.
2014 Street Rehabilitation Project
Project consisted of removal and replacement of curb & gutter, sidewalk, driveways and construction of new curb ramps, bulb outs, islands, new drainage inlets and storm drain pipes, relocation of street lights. Work also involved grinding and paving city streets and parking lots, and new striping and pavement markings.
Additional projects included: