Marin County Public Works

Clients > Marin County Public Works

Client Details

Construction Value$1.9M - $2M
Services Provided Construction Management & Inspection Services
Service Dates2019 - ongoing
Client ReferenceRachel Calvert, PE; Principal Civil Engineer
Eric Miller, PE; Principal Civil Engineer
Project TypesOn Call Roadways

Park Engineering is providing construction management and inspection services for County public works projects, including street rehabilitation, bicycle lanes, pedestrian improvements, bridges and roadway improvements. Current Project:

Lucas Valley Road Slope Improvement Project, County of Marin, Public Works

This federally funded $600k project involved constructing an approximately 116 feet in length tangent pile wall along Lucas Valley Road Mile Post 3.92 in San Rafael. A portion of the existing culvert was removed and replaced. Existing trees were cut or trimmed, and one lane of the roadway was reconstructed. Minor vegetation restoration was also included. Construction took place in the daytime hours with traffic control measures.

2021 Northern Road Rehabilitation Project

This $1.9M project includes pavement rehabilitation work on multiple roads in the Lucas Valley Neighborhood just north of San Rafael. Project work involved full width grinding, repairing road base failures, road resurfacing, installing and modifying minor drainage improvements, concrete curb & gutter, sidewalk and accessibility curb ramps; traffic striping and marking, and road sealing.  Project work also included traffic control, pedestrian considerations, and water pollution control effort.

2019 Southern Region Project

This $2M project includes pavement rehabilitation work on 3 roads in the Strawberry Neighborhood in southern Marin County. Beyond repaving, the three roads will receive sidewalk improvements, accessibility features, bicycle safety upgrades, updated traffic striping and signage, improved drainage infrastructure, and a radar speed feedback sign.  The improvement project will be covered by the County’s Road and Bridge Rehabilitation Fund and the California Senate Bill 1 (SB1) funding.