Project HIghlights

  • $1.5M Construction Cost
  • Completed 2018
  • Survey and Mapping
  • Utility Potholing
  • Mitigated Negative Declaration
  • Right of Way Engineering
  • Decorative Retaining Wall
  • Streetscape
  • Design Review Committee Hearings
  • Planning Commission Hearing
  • City Council Presentation
  • Roadway Widening Design
  • Storm Drain Design
  • Water Quality Management Plan
  • Storm Water Quality Compliance Measures
  • Traffic Signal Reconstruction
  • Utility Relocation Notices for gas, power poles & conduits and water lines

Project Description

CNC Engineering prepared construction documents for addition of travel lanes, class II bikeways, sidewalk and streetscape along this secondary arterial highway. The following are some of the project highlights and accomplishments achieved by CNC:

  • Coordination and oversight for GPR and potholing by our utility subconsultant
  • Coordination and oversight for pavement and grading investigation by our geotechnical subconsultants
  • Coordination and oversight for environmental surveys and preparation and processing of a Mitigated Negative Declaration
  • Plan, profile and details for a permanent shoring system consisting of piles and shotcrete behind a decorative retaining wall block system
  • Complete topographical survey and mapping of the roadway and adjacent private parcels
  • Roadway Widening and Pavement Rehabilitation plans
  • Hydrology and hydraulic analysis for street flow; preparation of construction documents for new storm drain systems consisting of 3 catch basins and over 500 LF of 24-inch RCP
  • Preparation of a SWPPP
  • Preparation of a Water Quality Management Plans and construction plans for 3 biofiltration systems
  • Prepared plans and details and provided construction support services for reconstruction of traffic signal at a T-intersection
  • Legal descriptions and plats for new right of way takes, temporary construction easements and abandonment of existing right of way
  • Attended at Design Review Committee, Planning Commission hearings and the City Council meeting to present the project and respond to comments and questions from the public and city officials
  • Extensive coordination and meetings with the power company, gas company and cable company for relocation of power poles and underground conduits as well as City owned water lines