Infrastructure Construction in Progress

Updated May 2015



CC 1473 Senior Center Project

Project Location: Central Park

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Project Need: The current Senior Center located at 17th street and Orange Avenue is undersized to effectively serve the needs of the growing senior population.

Project Scope: Construct a new 37,563 square foot, single story, building capable of holding 1,034 people. Facilities will include the following:

  • Large Multi-Purpose Room
  • Exercise Room
  • Classrooms
  • Staff Offices
  • Transportation Office
  • Meals Program
  • Computer Training Room
  • Game Room

Schedule: Start date January 2015. Estimated completion mid 2016.

Most work will occur during the daytime normal working hours 7am to 4pm.

Project Budget: $18 million.

Funding Source: $15 million from bond financing, $2 million Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian donation and $142,000 HUD grant..

Contractor: Icon West, Inc.

Construction Manager: Griffin Structures - For inquiries please call 949-274-0827 or e-mail LSolomon@griffinholdings.net.

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CC1498 FY14/15 Curb Access Ramp Installation Project

Project Location: Various locations near Bolsa Avenue and Edwards Street

Project Need: The American Disabilities Act (ADA) statutes require the City to provide facilities and programs that are accessible to individuals with disabilities.

Project Scope: Construct curb access ramps throughout the City.

Schedule: Start date May 4, 2015 180 working days Estimated completion is February 2016.

Traffic Control / Street Closures: Partial lane closure on the various residential streets during Construction. Most work will occur during the daytime normal working hours 7am to 4pm.

Cost: $128,145.00

Funding Source: Community Development Block Grant Fund and Gas Tax Fund.

Contractor: Golden State Constructors Inc. (GSCI).

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CC 1432 Cast Iron Pipe Replacement Project

Project Locations: Four alley's in the downtown area
Bounded by 9th Street, 10th Street, Walnut Ave. and P.C.H.
Bounded by 8th Street, 9th Street, Olive Ave. and Orange Ave.
Bounded by Chicago Ave., Baltimore Ave., East of Alabama Street
Bounded by Lincoln Ave., Memphis Ave., England Street and Florida Street

Project Need: Replacement of old cast iron water piping with new plastic water piping

Project Scope: Replacement of approximately 1600 lineal feet of old cast iron existing water mains, new service connection lines, water meters and the reconstruction of these alleys

Schedule: Anticipated start date of late September 2014 through early February 2015
Note: Construction of the alleys shall be prohibited from November 26, 2014 through January 5, 2015

Traffic Control / Street Closures: Limited alley access throughout this project, while contractors are working.

Cost: $780,000

Funding Source: Water Master Plan Fund

Contractor Name: Paulus Engineering, Inc.

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CC-1401 Trinidad Sewer Lift Station No. 29 and Force Main Project

Project Location: The project will remove the existing station located at Conrad Park and replace it with a new station adjacent to Trinidad Park.

Project Need: To replace the failing sewer lift station.

Project Scope: Build a subsurface sewer lift station and force main. Remove existing failing station

Schedule: Start date May 4, 2015- 180 working days with an estimated completion of February 2016.

Traffic Control/Street Closures: Partial lane closure on Trinidad Lane and Aquarius Drive during construction. Most work wll occur during the daytime normal working hours of 9 am to 4 pm

Project Cost: $2,186,000

Funding Source: Sewer Fund

Contractor Name: Vido Artukovich and Son Inc./Vidmar Inc a J.V.

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CC-1356 Warner Avenue Bridge Preventative Maintenance

Project Location: Warner channel next to the Bolsa Chica Conservancy

Project Need: The Warner Ave. Bridge was constructed in 1981. Parts of the bridge have deteriorated due to vehicular traffic and from tidal flux over the last three decades.

Project Scope: This preventive maintenance project will remove and replace: 1) the concrete barrier and chain link railing on both sides of the bridge; 2) the asphalt pavement and seal the underlying bridge deck; 3) unsound concrete at the bridge bents and columns; and 4) replace missing rock slope protection to prevent further embankment erosion.

Schedule: Construction duration is 130 working days beginning November 2014.
Traffic Control / Lane closures will be limited to a single lane at various times in both directions during the different phases of the project.

Project Cost: $684,853

Funding Source: Bridge Preventative Maintenance Program (BPMP) grant funds

Contractor Name: John S. Meek Company, Inc.

 

 

 

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