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									           Capital Improvement
                  Project
              Status Sheets




                    UPDATED
                 September 8, 2008




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                          Traffic Signal Summary
The following is a summary of traffic signal projects currently being designed or are under
construction:

                                                          Estimated            Estimated
           Intersection         Funding Source           Construction        Completion Date
                                                          Start Date
Willow Pass Rd./ Empire
                             Developer/Local
Business Park
                             Transportation            Summer 2007          TBD
Entrance (701 Willow
                             Mitigation Fee
Pass Rd.)
W. Leland Rd. Extension/     Developer/Local
                                                                            Completed but not
Vista Del Mar Entrance       Transportation            September 2007
                                                                            activated
(new development)            Mitigation Fee
Bailey Rd./ Bailey Estates   Developer/Local
Entrance (new                Transportation            September 2007       TBD
development)                 Mitigation Fee
                             RDA/Local
W. Tenth St./Herb White
                             Transportation            Spring 2008          Summer 2008
Way (S-23)
                             Mitigation Fee
                             Grant/Transportation
Willow Pass Rd/ Balclutha
                             Mitigation                Winter 2009          Spring 2009
Way (S-8)
                             Fee/Developer




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                    Route 4 (East_) Widening Project
CONTRACT NUMBER                                      Route 4 (East) west of Loveridge Rd. to
                                                     west of Somersville Rd.

CITY LIAISON /STAFF MEMBER                           Joel McDaniel, Senior Civil Engineer

LEAD AGENCY                                          Contra Costa Transportation Authority

COST ESTIMATE (FUNDING SOURCES)                      $100 Million (local, state, federal)

DESIGN CONSULTANT                                    URS Corporation.


   PROJECT DESCRIPTION
   The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) has served as the lead agency for the
   planning, and design of improvements along the Route 4 corridor. Over the past two
   decades, Route 4 has been widened, in phases, from west of Willow Pass Road in Concord
   to west of Loveridge Road in Pittsburg.

   The next planned phase of widening, the Route 4 (East) Widening Project, will provide for
   the widening of State Route 4, to three mixed flow and one carpool lane in each direction,
   from west of Loveridge Road in Pittsburg to west of Somersville Rd. in Antioch. The
   proposed project will encompass major utility relocations; the reconstruction of the
   Loveridge Road over-crossing and freeway ramps and the construction of conforming
   improvements to the local roadway network; the realignment of North Park Boulevard; and
   the reconstruction and widening of the Century Boulevard under-crossing structure. The
   proposed improvements in the highway right-of-way and on the local road network will
   accommodate a future extension of mass transit service (eBART) along the corridor.

   During the construction of the new Loveridge Road over-crossing, a railroad spur in the
   existing intersection of Loveridge Road & California Avenue will be removed and not
   replaced.

   When completed, the project will increase the capacity of Route 4 and improve traffic flow
   along the Route 4 corridor.

   The total estimated project cost; including design, right-of-way acquisition, utility relocations,
   and construction, is 100 million dollars. The sources of funding for the project include Contra
   Costa County Sales Tax Measure C, and funds from various state and federal transportation
   programs.




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PROJECT STATUS

Route 4 (East) Widening Project

In June of 2004, CCTA retained URS Corporation, an engineering firm, to design the
highway improvements. The design work is progressing and it is expected that the design
engineer will make a 100% design submittal to the state for final review in the Fall of 2007.

At this time, it is anticipated that P.G.&E. will commence with utility relocations necessary to
accommodate the freeway widening in the Summer of 2008. The relocations include gas
and electric transmission facilities.

The construction of a new storm water pump station at the Loveridge Road over-crossing is
expected to commence in the Fall of 2007.

Based on current project schedules, it is expected that the mainline highway widening
project will be advertised for bid in late 2008 or early 2009 and that construction will
commence in the Spring of 2009. It is estimated that the construction will require three years
to be completed.

The need to maintain traffic on Route 4 and on Loveridge Road throughout the construction
and mitigate the impacts associated with roadway construction has led to the development
of plans for the staged and sequenced construction of the highway lanes and ramps, over-
crossing structures and the conforming improvements to the local roads.

Loveridge Road will remain open to traffic during the construction. The reconstruction of the
over-crossing and highway ramps will be staged and sequenced in a manner to maintain
traffic throughout the construction although the capacity of the road and ramps will be
reduced during certain stages of the construction.

The reconstruction of the highway under-crossing structure at the Century Blvd. is expected
to require a short term closure (2 months) of Century Blvd. between North Park Blvd. and
Delta Fair Blvd. Detours will be posted on the local road network.

It is anticipated that the State of California, Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will
administer and supervise the construction of the project.


SCHEDULE:
Advertise for Bids                 Winter 2008
Open Bids                          Spring 2009
Award Contract                     Spring 2009
Start Construction                 Spring 2009
Complete Construction              Summer 2012




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Landscaping: Railroad Avenue, Harbor Street, Frontage Road

Prior project phases which encompassed the realignment and reconstruction of Frontage
Road, reconstruction of the Harbor Street over-crossing, and reconstruction of the Railroad
Avenue over-crossing and ramps did not include roadway planting. In March 2007, CCTA
received bid proposals for a project that provides for the construction of irrigation systems
and planting improvements along the Frontage Road corridor from Chelsea Way to east of
Crestview Drive, and along Railroad Avenue from south of Bliss Avenue to south of Civic
Drive; and construction of hardscape and planting improvements along the Harbor Street
corridor from north of Garcia Avenue to south of the Route 4 over-crossing. The landscaping
project is now under construction and completion is anticipated by October 2007.




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                            Buchanan Road Bypass
                                            ST-4, ST-36

CONTRACT NUMBER                                       1997-05

MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                      Engineering / Paul Reinders / Ron
                                                      Nevels

PROJECT FUNDING                                       $ 19,647,000 ECCRFFA (PMC 15.102)
                                                      $ 453,000 City TMF (PMC 15.90)

PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                 $ 33,350,000

ENGINEERING/ENVIRONMENTAL                             RBF
CONSULTANT


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project will construct a new two-lane roadway (the “bypass”) in the undeveloped hills of
Contra Costa County, south of Pittsburg. This project’s limits are from the western edge of Sky
Ranch II proposed subdivision to Kirker Pass Road. The bypass will ultimately connect James
Donlan Boulevard in Antioch (an existing four-lane facility) with Kirker Pass Road in
unincorporated Contra Costa County (also an existing four-lane facility). It will provide a critical
east-west transportation corridor in East County and congestion relief to existing Buchanan Road,
a regional route of significance in the City of Pittsburg. The project is an important component of
the Route 4 East Corridor Major Investment Study’s (MIS) long-term recommended strategy
completed in May 1999. The roadway is also identified in the City of Pittsburg’s General Plan, the
adopted East County Action Plan (prepared by TRANSPLAN), and CCTA’s Comprehensive
Transportation Project List. The City of Pittsburg is the lead agency on this regional transportation
corridor project.

PROJECT STATUS

In 1993, the City of Pittsburg completed a program-level Environmental Impact Report (program
EIR) for this project. The project was not defined in specific detail, in engineering design or with
respect to precise alignments, but only in preliminary general route configuration. This document
was intended to provide baseline information on the general environmental impacts of the project
and to serve as a first-tier EIR. A subsequent/supplementary, or project-specific EIR will be
necessary to provide a detailed examination of the environmental effects of the specific individual
construction project without repeating the overall analysis of the broad environmental issues
addressed in the program EIR.

In order to advance project development, the East County Regional Fee and Finance Authority
(ECCRFFA) appropriated $461,971.00 for a detailed analysis and comparison study of three
conceptual roadway alignments for the bypass. A Consultant Agreement with RBF Consulting
was executed with the City of Pittsburg for this amount in July 1997. The City of Pittsburg has
amended the consultant agreement with RBF Consulting to increase their not-to-exceed fee to

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$586,062, an increase of $124,091. The increase was due, in part, to a project delay when the
City was not able to obtain a right-of-entry onto private property to perform environmental studies
of the bypass alignments.

The City completed an expanded environmental study to include the analysis and comparison of
two options to a 4-lane bypass roadway. One option is constructing a 2-lane bypass roadway.
The other option is to widen the existing 2-lane Buchanan Road to 4-lanes. Analysis of both
options included a comparison of costs and traffic impacts between the option considered and a
4-lane bypass roadway. The results of this analysis showed widening the existing Buchanan
Road to four-lanes was not feasible and that although a four-lane bypass roadway would operate
at a higher level-of-service than a two-lane bypass roadway, a two-lane bypass roadway would
alleviate a significant amount of congestion on existing Buchanan Road. ECCRFFA approved
$141,780 to fund this additional analysis. The additional analysis will be used in the subsequent
project-specific EIR.

Currently, RBF has submitted another proposal (Amendment No. 3) to complete a final
Environmental Impact Report and begin the environmental permitting process on the two-lane
bypass to advance this project’s development and bring it into a state of readiness that will be
able to take advantage of funding opportunities that may arise, such as grant funding. The
ECCRFFA Board has approved the City’s request for funding RBF’s scope of work contained in
Amendment No. 3. Staff plans to recommend City Council approve Amendment No. 3 at its
regularly scheduled meeting on September 5, 2006.


PROJECT OBSTACLES

Identifying full funding of this project is difficult. Transpac and the City of Concord have voiced
concerns regarding the increased traffic this may cause traveling over Kirker Pass Road. A plan
to fully fund this project as a two-lane bypass includes using a combination of Measure J funds,
developer fees, grants, as well as partnering with developers using fee credits and developer
construction.




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                 Downtown Infrastructure Rehabilitation
                             ST-47, S-23, W-47, SS-11, SD-8, SD-37, G-24

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                       2004-10

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                      Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                       $15,500,000 RDA Funds, $3,000,000
                                                       Water Bond Funds

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                 $24,000,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                     Harris & Associates


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project combines several CIP projects for the reconstruction of underground utilities, streets,
curb, gutter, sidewalk, and undergrounding of overhead utilites for an area bordered on the north
by W. Eighth Street, south by W. Tenth Street, east by Railroad Avenue, and west by Beacon
Street. This project also included reconstruction and widening of Herb White Way and the
reconstruction of the Montezuma Slough Storm Drain Pump Station. The project is planned to be
constructed in the following phases:
Phase 1       Water, Sewer, and Storm Drain Rehabilitation (Contractor: JMB Construction)
Phase 2       Montezuma Slough Pump Station Replacement
Phase 3       Undergrounding of Overhead Utilities (Contractor: Ranger Pipelines)
Phase 4       Street, Curb, Gutter, and Sidewalk (includes widening Herb White Way)

PROJECT STATUS
Construction of the water, sewer, and storm drainage with Phase 1 is complete. Construction of
the underground electrical utilities is complete with the exception of work to be completed by the
utility companies and a final conversion of the meter panels. Design for the Phase 2 (Montezuma
Slough pump and drainage improvements) is on hold pending selection of alternatives for design.
Phase 4 street work design continues past the 90% development but cannot proceed with
construction until the utility poles have been removed.

SCHEDULE
Phase 1 Construction             Complete
Phase 2 Construction             TBD
Phase 3 Construction             Completion October 2008
Phase 4 Construction             October 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES
There is a chance for delay of construction for the drainage improvements dependent upon which
alternative for construction is chosen.




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                         Reclaimed Water for Irrigation
                                                   PK-35

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                       2004-09

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                      Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                       $3,543,750 RDA Funds, $2,259,250
                                                       grant funding, $1,400,000 DDSD

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                 $7,203,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                     RMC


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project is for the construction of a new reclaimed water line from the existing line on Eighth
Street to the Delta View Golf Course. This will reduce treated water demand and irrigation costs
for several City parks and the golf course. The contractor is Argonaut Constructors.

PROJECT STATUS

Construction at the 1 million gallon recycled water tank is nearing completion. Cross connection
testing will need to be completed prior to placing the new pipeline in service.

SCHEDULE

Master Plan Completion            Spring 2005
Design Completion                 June 2006
Bid Opening                       May 2007
Award of Construction Contract    June 2007
Construction Start                July 2007
Construction Completion           September 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES




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                  Harbor Street Pavement Rehabilitation
                                                    ST-3

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                        Contract 2006-03

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                       Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                        $1,029,612 RDA, $600,000 Grant

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                  $1,629,612

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                      Azari Engineering


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for the rehabilitation of Harbor Street from California Avenue to E. Third Street.
This project will also replace and install several curb ramps. The Contractor for this project is
Granite Construction.

PROJECT STATUS

Concrete work is complete and paving operations have started.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                 February 2008
Bid Opening                       April 2008
Award of Construction Contract    April 2008
Construction Start                June 2008
Construction Completion           September 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES

This project involves working around Pittsburg High School and a large amount of pedestrian
traffic.




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                 El Dorado Heights Pavement Rehabilitation
                                                   ST-20

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                       Contract 2006-14

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                      Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                       $1,135,000 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                 $1,135,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                     Moffatt & Nichol


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project is for the rehabilitation of the pavement on Mariposa Drive, Calistoga Drive, Trinity
Court, Coronado Court, Glacier Drive, and San Juan Avenue. The Contractor for this project is
Bay Cities Paving & Grading.

PROJECT STATUS

Construction is complete and the project is pending acceptance by City Council once the final
change order is approved.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                January 2008
Bid Opening                      March 2008
Award of Construction Contract   April 2008
Construction Start               April 2008
Construction Completion          July 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES




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       California Avenue Widening Phase I (Diane Ave. to
                     Carion Ct. north side)
                                                     ST-50

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                         2007-05

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                        Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                         $110,400 TMF, $4,600 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                   $1,685,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                       Azari Engineering


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for the widening of California Avenue from Diane Avenue to Carion Court. Included
with design will be undergrounding of the remaining portions of the original Kirker Creek alignment
and overhead utilities. This project will also include providing utilities to a potential restaurant site
along the MLK School frontage. Funding for that portion of work will be provided from the RDA.

PROJECT STATUS

Design is progressing after Staff requested design changes to allow for future bicycle traffic.
Underground utility work in front of MLK School may be bid with Phase I rather than a separate
project. Staff has received right-of-way from one of the three properties required for street
widening. Staff continues to work towards obtaining necessary right-of-way or easement from
property owners.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                  Fall 2008
Bid Opening                        Winter 2008
Award of Construction Contract     Winter 2009
Construction Start                 Winter 2009
Construction Completion            Summer 2009

PROJECT OBSTACLES
Undergrounding of the remaining sections of Kirker Creek will require environmental review.
There is also a portion of the project that will encroach into the Caltrans right-of-way as well as be
affected by the planned Highway 4 widening project.




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                                 Davi Avenue Widening
                                                    ST-53

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                       2007-01

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                      Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                       $1,939,495 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                 $1,939,495

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                     DK Consulting


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for the widening of Davi Avenue from Power Avenue to Civic Avenue. This work is
being performed in preparation for construction of a mid-rise office building and other
redevelopment of the site along the existing Power Avenue alignment between Railroad Avenue
and Davi Avenue. The Contractor for this project is Bay Cities Paving & Grading.

PROJECT STATUS
The project continues with electrical work and roadway work. Most of the underground utilities
have been installed.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                Winter 2008
Bid Opening                      Winter 2008
Award of Construction Contract   Spring 2008
Construction Start               Spring 2008
Construction Completion          Fall 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES
There will be delays related to PG&E and other utilities for relocation or undergrounding of
overhead utilities.




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      California Avenue Widening Phase II (Diane Ave. to
                    Carion Ct. south side)
                                                   ST-61

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                      2007-06

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                     Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                      $254,400 TMF, $10,600 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                $3,190,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                    Azari Engineering


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for the widening of California Avenue from Diane Avenue to Carion Court. Included
with design will be undergrounding of the remaining portions of the original Kirker Creek alignment
and overhead utilities.

PROJECT STATUS

Staff is currently working with the Consultant to re-configure the widening project and construction
phasing. These plans are being prepared along with the Phase I plans to help avoid design
conflicts.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                TBD
Bid Opening                      TBD
Award of Construction Contract   TBD
Construction Start               TBD
Construction Completion          TBD

PROJECT OBSTACLES
This project will require obtaining right-of-way from Caltrans and coordination with PG&E for their
gas and electrical on the south side of the road. The planned Highway 4 widening project will also
affect this project.




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           Highway 4 Trunk Line Relief Segment A/Bailey
                           Road Sewer
                                                   SS-23

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                      2007-09

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                     Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                      $200,000 Sewer Facility Reserve,
                                                      $2,800,000 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                $TBD

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                    MWH


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for increasing capacity of sewers on Bailey Road and along Highway 4 to provide
service for new development in the southwest hills.


PROJECT STATUS

Staff is evaluating an alignment report prepared by the Consultant to determine the sewer
alignment to select. Once a final alignment is approved Staff will ask for a design proposal to
proceed with the project. The Bailey Road portion will likely be removed from this project.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                TBD
Bid Opening                      TBD
Award of Construction Contract   TBD
Construction Start               TBD
Construction Completion          TBD

PROJECT OBSTACLES
This project will require some coordination with PG&E and Contra Costa County.




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         2007/8 Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Project
                                                    ST-19

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                       2007-16

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                      Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                       $2,200,000 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                 $2,200,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                     Moffatt & Nichol


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for rehabilitation of the following streets: Goff Ave (Crowley Ave. to Frontage Rd.),
Abbott Ave. (Crowley Ave. to Frontage Rd.), Marsh Ave. (Leland Rd. to Frontage Rd.), Knox Ave.
(Crowley Ave. to Marsh Ave.), Crowley Ave. (Knox Ave. to end), Crestview Dr. (Leland Rd. to
Olympia Dr.), Olympia Dr. (Crestview Dr. to WTP), Enea Dr. (Olympia Dr. to Pappas St.), and
Pappas St. (Enea Dr. to Crestview Dr.). The Contractor for this project is Bay Cities Paving &
Grading.


PROJECT STATUS

City Council will consider awarding a construction contract on 9/15/8.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                 Winter 2008
Bid Opening                       Winter 2008
Award of Construction Contract    Spring 2008
Construction Start                Summer 2008
Construction Completion           Summer 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES




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                 Bailey Road Widening/ Streetscape Project
                                                     ST-2

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                        TBD

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                       Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                        $470,000 RDA, $1,145,000 Grants
                                                        $585,000 County
 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                  $2,200,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                      DKS Associates


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project includes pedestrian crossing improvements at the Bailey Road/BART entrance
intersection and the Bailey Road/Maylard Road/Shopping Center intersections. Other access
improvements include widening the sidewalk to 10’, landscaping improvements along Bailey Road
and Maylard Avenue, security lighting and landscaping improvements adjacent to the Delta De
Anza Trail, reconstruction and landscaping of the Bailey Road median islands, and road widening
to accommodate Class II Bike facility along both sides of Bailey Road, between State Route 4 and
West Leland Road.


PROJECT STATUS

Design is currently underway. Staff has received a 35% design submittal for review and
comment.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                 Winter 2009
Bid Opening                       Spring 2009
Award of Construction Contract    Spring 2009
Construction Start                Spring 2009
Construction Completion           Fall 2009

PROJECT OBSTACLES
Coordination with utilities, various agencies, and developer constructed projects will be required.




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             2007/8 Citywide Sewer System Rehabilitation
                                                   SS-19

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                      2007-13

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                     Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                      $2,527,454 Sewer Operation Fund

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                $2,385,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                    Brown & Caldwell


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project is for the rehabilitation of sewers on the following streets Upper Marsh Avenue (733
linear feet), Abbott Avenue (1,076 linear feet), Goff Avenue (1,703 linear feet, including portions
on Crowley and Burton), Lower Burton Avenue (1,162 linear feet), Crowley Avenue (780 linear
feet), Upper Burton Avenue (854 linear feet). This project also includes improvements/
reconstruction of several manholes and condition assessment of other sewer line. The Contractor
for this project is North Bay Construction.


PROJECT STATUS

The pipeline portion of the project is substantially complete and the contractor is working on
manhole rehabilitation. The contractor is preparing to begin work on the sewer siphon across
Kirker Creek.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                March 2008
Bid Opening                      May 2008
Award of Construction Contract   June 2008
Construction Start               June 2008
Construction Completion          October 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES




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       West Leland Widening (Woodhill Rd. to Bailey Rd.)

 CONTRACT NUMBER                                      2007-35

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                     Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                      $50,000 Traffic Mitigation Fund

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                $600,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                    Harris & Associates


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project is for widening a segment of W. Leland Road from Woodhill Dr. to Bailey Rd. This
project will also include the installation of sewer pipeline (segment C-2 from the City’s Wastewater
Management Plan) as required by ongoing development. Installation of the sewer at this time will
help avoid trenching into what would be newly installed road improvements.


PROJECT STATUS

Staff has received the 90% design submittal for review. This project will also include a bicycle
lane on Power Ave. paid for by a TDA grant. Also added to the project is the rehabilitation of an
alley off of Bell Dr. as requested by the Neighborhood Improvement Team.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                Summer 2008
Bid Opening                      Fall 2008
Award of Construction Contract   Fall 2008
Construction Start               Fall 2008
Construction Completion          Winter 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES




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                            Civic Center Improvements
 CONTRACT NUMBER                                       2008-05

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                      Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                       $2,500,000 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                 $1,860,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                     DK Consulting


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for the extension of Center Dr. to connect to Civic Avenue, intersection
improvements at Civic Avenue and Railroad Avenue, parking lot expansion at the Civic Center,
and installation/relocation of utilities for the mid-rise and new courthouse sites. This work is being
performed in preparation for construction of a mid-rise office building along the existing Power
Avenue alignment between Railroad Avenue and Davi Avenue as well as for construction of a new
courthouse. The Contractor for this project is North Bay Construction.

PROJECT STATUS
This project is currently underway.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                 Spring 2008
Bid Opening                       May 2008
Award of Construction Contract    June 2008
Construction Start                June 2008
Construction Completion           Winter 2008

PROJECT OBSTACLES




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                                 Power Avenue Utilities
 CONTRACT NUMBER                                       2008-11

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                      Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                       $1,000,000 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                 $1,000,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                     DK Associates


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for the relocation of electrical and communication facilities along Power Avenue to
remove them from the future mid-rise site.

PROJECT STATUS
Bidding is planned to begin on 9/17/8.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                August 2008
Bid Opening                      October 2008
Award of Construction Contract   November 2008
Construction Start               November 2008
Construction Completion          January 2009

PROJECT OBSTACLES

This work involves coordination with PG&E, Comcast, and AT&T and is somewhat dependent
upon their scheduling.




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                                       Fire Station 85
 CONTRACT NUMBER                                      2005-13

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                     Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                      $10,000,000 RDA

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                                $3,575,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                    Loving & Campos Architects


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for the construction of a new fire station on Loveridge Road. Once completed the
current Fire Station 85 on Harbor Street will relocate into the new building. Design, bidding, and
construction of the fire station is being managed by the Contra Costa County Fire District with
funding from the Redevelopment Agency. A total amount of $10,000,000 has been allocated by
the RDA for construction of Fire Stations 84 and 85 plus a training center.

PROJECT STATUS
This project is currently scheduled to be considered for award by City Council on 9/15/8.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                March 2008
Bid Opening                      August 2008
Award of Construction Contract   September 2008
Construction Start               September 2008
Construction Completion          September 2009

PROJECT OBSTACLES




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                 Proposition 1B Roadway Improvements
 CONTRACT NUMBER                                     2008-15

 MANAGING DEPARTMENT/STAFF MEMBER                    Engineering / Ron Nevels

 PROJECT FUNDING                                     $1,013,000 Proposition 1B Grant

 PROJECT COST ESTIMATE                               $1,013,000

 DESIGN CONSULTANT                                   Azari Engineering


PROJECT DESCRIPTION
This project is for pavement rehabilitation of Buchanan Place, Range Road (Polaris Dr. to Willow
Pass Rd.), West Buchanan Road, Casa Verde Way, Cabrillo Place, Clairmont Place, and
Barcelona Court. Upon bid opening these streets will be recommended for award of a
construction contract as funding allows.

PROJECT STATUS
This project is currently being designed.

SCHEDULE

Design Completion                 March 2009
Bid Opening                       April 2009
Award of Construction Contract    April 2009
Construction Start                May 2009
Construction Completion           July 2009

PROJECT OBSTACLES
The extensive amount of work required for Buchanan Place may reduce funding available to
rehabilitate the other streets in the project.




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