Construction Bulletin

City Projects - Capital Projects Engineering

Coffey Neighborhood Park 
This project will rebuild the fire damaged park, remove existing fire blown debris, and replace it with new playground equipment, meandering sidewalk and pedestrian ramps, a dog park, new picnic tables, benches, and health stations. The 5 acre site will also have new trees, sod, and irrigation installed along with outdoor lighting. January 2020 to September 2020. Project Details
(Team Ghilotti - Karen Toso / City - Greg Loraditch)

Emergency Well Pump Station – A Place to Play 
The purpose of this project is to convert the existing test well to an Emergency Groundwater Well, along with design and construction of a well pump station and appurtenances associated with the Emergency Groundwater Well at A Place to Play Park.This work is being implemented under the Groundwater Master Plan, for more information, go to the Santa Rosa Water’s Groundwater website located at: https://srcity.org/857/Groundwater. Project Details
(Team Ghilotti - Karen Toso / City - Mimi Arvin)

Farmers Lane Well Rehabilitation Project/Farmers Lane Well Facility Pump Replacement Project
The final construction phase of the Farmers Lane Well Rehabilitation Project/Farmers Lane Well Facility Pump Replacement Project has been completed, however various minor tasks remain. Project Details
(Pacific Infrastructure - Mark Jorgenson / City - Erich Rauber)

Fire Damaged Street Lights Replacement in Coffey Park 
Remove and replace 130 street light standards and new conduit in the Coffey Park Neighborhood. May 2020 to August 2020. Project Details
(St. Frances Electric - Sean Oconell / City - Greg Loraditch)

Fire-Damaged Tree Removal- Parks, Open Space, ROW 
This project is a second phase of fire damaged hazardous tree project and will remove approximately 150 trees within city owned parcels. Concurrently, an arborist will be inspecting additional trees in the burn area that have not been evaluated to identify trees for a third removal contract. Project Details 
(Arborist Now, Inc – Josh Johns / City Greg Loraditch)

Fire-Related Repairs of Utility Stations
This project will undertake rehabilitation efforts at the several potable water stations, reservoirs and sewer lift stations that sustained damage during the Tubbs Fire. Project Details
(Pacific Infrastructure Corporation - Mark Jorgenson / City Inspector– Oscar Serrano / City PM - Eric Frye)

Guerneville Road Pedestrian Path
This project will provide sidewalk on the north side of Guerneville Road between Ridley Avenue and Marlow Road to improve pedestrian accessibility to the area. Though temporary impacts to your neighborhood are inevitable, our goal is to improve our community infrastructure without creating any more disturbance than necessary. The work will occur between 8am and 5pm Monday through Friday. The construction activities are only expected to impact the west bound traffic on Guerneville Rd in the area. Project Details
(City of Santa Rosa Facilities Maintenance Team – Josh Carstensen)

Hoen Ave Embankment Repair
The roadway within the southerly half of Hoen Avenue along the north side of Matanzas Creek between Brasher Court and Hoen Court has settled considerably. Deep polymer injection technology will be utilized to stabilize the roadway. The roadway within the project limits will be reconstructed upon stabilization. Project Details
(Contractor - Uretek - Joseph Diaz / City Inspector - Ed Skultety)

Installation of Public Restroom in Downtown Area
Installation of The Portland Loo, a 24-hour prefabricated single-occupant public restroom. The restroom will be installed in front of City Hall Annex at 90 Santa Rosa Avenue. Site work for the restroom foundation and accessibility is completed. The restroom will be delivered the week of August 24, and will require single lane traffic closure and pedestrian detours expected to last approximately one day. The final phase is to connect the building to utilities and is expected to be completed by the end of September, however, public opening is contingent on public health safety during the coronavirus pandemic. Project Details

La Paloma Ave, East Haven Dr, Rogers Way Sewer and Water System Improvements
This project is one phase of the replacement of Grace Tract neighborhood water and sewer mains. Sewer and water main replacements planned for this phase of work include:

  • East Haven Dr from 4th St to Eleanor,
  • La Paloma Ave from East Haven Dr to Rogers Way, and
  • Rogers Way from La Paloma Ave to 4th St.

Upsizing the water mains will improve fire flow and reduce maintenance costs. Replacing sewer main pipe reduces inflow and infiltration and also reduces maintenance costs. All streets will be reconstructed and minor storm drain and pedestrian ramp improvements will be made throughout the project area. Project Details
(Argonaut Constructors - Trevor Stewart / Green Valley Consultants - Sean Lawson / City - Grant Bailey)

Llano Trunk-West Third St Brittain to Darla and Glenbrook Siphon Lining 
This project will rehabilitate approximately 3,800 feet of deteriorating reinforced concrete pipeline (RCP) with cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining inserted into the existing sewer main pipe, located on W. 3rd Street from Brittian Lane to Darla Drive. Seven manholes along the pipeline will be rehabilitated with a corrosion resistant epoxy liner for protection against future hydrogen sulfide deterioration. The project will also rehabilitate the Glenbrook Sewer Siphon with cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining inserted into the three largest barrels. The forth and smallest existing barrel will be abandoned. The two siphon structures will be rehabilitated with a polyurethane liner. Project Details
(SAK Construction, Todd Chalk / PSOMAS, Steve Brandt, Inspector / PSOMAS, Justin Seufert, CM / City, David Fradelizio, PM)

Northerly Slope Protection Delta Pond
Wave action from wind and storm events have caused significant erosion benches on the northerly slope of reclaimed water Delta pond. The project consists of rehabilitating approximately 5,200 linear feet of Delta Pond northerly embankment and installation of a coffer dam. Rehabilitation method consists of excavating and compacting approximately 2.5 ft. of the slope embankment and placing approximately 1 ft. of rock rip rap over geotextile to protect the embankment from wave erosion and vegetation. Project Details
(Granite Construction / B&R - Dana Brock / City - Michael Mirich)

Pump Station 15 Upgrades
This project will perform upgrades to the City water pumping facility in the Oakmont neighborhood installing a higher energy efficient motor starter on the largest pump (VFD), replaces the emergency standby power generator, re-coat the hydro-pneumatic tank, and replace outdated controls and instrumentation equipment to reduce maintenance and improve system reliability. Project Details
(Bartley Pump PM, LLC -Jason Smith / Coastland Engineers - Bob Elze / City - Eric Frye)

R7 Road Access and Stabilization Repairs 
This project is designed to improve drainage, rehabilitate an existing access road, and implement slope stability repairs along the access road to City Reservoir 7 (R7) which is a vital piece of the City’s potable water infrastructure. Upgrades to the existing storm drain systems on portions of Yerba Buena Road will be included in this project. Project Details 
(Ghilotti Construction - Chase McPhaul / Coastland Engineers - Mike Janet / City - Cheryl Everson)

R9C Tank Decommission and Demolition 
Reservoir R9C (formerly known as R9A) is located at 4788 Bennett Valley Road. This tank is past its design life, and was replaced by the new R9A & R9B tanks. Tank was disconnected from distribution network at intersection of Bennett Valley Road at Yulupa Road in 2014. Decommissioned tank will be demolished, the pipeline to the tank will also be capped at both ends at the time of tank removal and the site will be restored to pre-development conditions. Project Details 
(Resource Environmental Inc., Richard Miller / City -Oscar Serrano, Inspector –/ City-David Fradelizio, PM/CM)

Samuel Jones Hall Emergency Shelter
In March 2020, to put measures in place to help protect Sam Jones Hall guests from COVID-19, it was necessary to relocate some individuals to other sites so that required social distancing measures could be implemented, resulting in a loss of 56 beds. The purpose of the project is to restore shelter capacity at Samuel Jones Hall, not to increase overall bed capacity at the facility. The project scope includes installation of an 8,000 square foot expedited emergency shelter building constructed in the rear parking lot. Additional improvements to the prefabricated building will be necessary for the health and safety of guests and staff, and includes a building foundation, electrical service, heating and air conditioning, fire sprinklers, security cameras, and accessibility. Project Details

Skyfarm A and Hansford Ct Sewer Lift Station Reconstruction
This project will reconstruct two lift stations that were severely damage during the Tubbs Fire.
One station is located on SkyFarm Drive near Saint Andrews Drive and the other station is at the end of Hansford Court. Project Details
(Pacific Infrastructure Corporation – Jon Re/ Coastland Engineers – Mike Janet/City – Eric Frye)

Station 2 Emergency Generator Replacement and Station 3 Power Filter Installation 
This project will install a filter to eliminate harmonic feedback to ensure proper operation of the emergency generator at the Station 3 pump station. Additionally, this project will replace the existing emergency generator at Station 2. Project Details
(CES CORP/Cal Electric – Perry Bien / City – Eric Frye)

Stony Point Road Reconstruction and Widening  Phase - 2 - Sebastopol Road to Hearn Avenue
The final construction phase of the Stony Point Road widening and reconstruction project has been completed, however various minor tasks remain. Check back for updates. Project Details
(City - Mimi Arvin, Construction Manager)

Private Development Projects - Engineering Development Services

Airway Community Care – 3731 Airway Drive
City File #2018-0008 – EP19-0687
Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through December 2020.
(Serres/Harris Construction/City – Javier Fernandez)

Art House – 620 7th Street
City File #2019-0004 – EP19-0150
Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through December 2020.
(Sunshine Construction/City – Javier Fernandez, Lionel Rocha)

Baggett Cottages – 1084 Dutton Ave (X Barham)
City File #2020-0016
Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through September 2021
(Sunshine Construction/City – Javier Fernandez, Lionel Rocha)

Dutton Avenue Subdivision (895)
City File #2010-0004 – EP19-1327

Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through December 2020.
(Mike Harris Construction/City – Javier Fernandez, Charles Robinson)

Dutton Flats Apts. – 214 West Third St.
City File #2020-0010 (EP20-0677)

Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through December 2020.
(Northwest General Engineering/City - Javier Fernandez, Charles Robinson)

Gardens Subdivision – 713 West Third
City File #2018-0014 – EP18-0257
Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
(Argonaut Constructors/City – Javier Fernandez, Lionel Rocha)

Kawana Meadows Subdivision - Kawana Springs Road at Petaluma Hill Road
City File #2005-0040 – EP15-0548

Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through December 2020.
(Argonaut Constructors/City - Javier Fernandez, Lionel Rocha)

Kawana Springs Apartments
City File #2018-0030 – EP19-0555

Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through November 2020.
(Northern Pacific Construction/City - Javier Fernandez, Lionel Rocha)

Lantana Homes – 2979 Dutton Meadows
City File #2019-0039 – EP19-1168
Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
(Ghilotti Construction/City - Javier Fernandez, Lionel Rocha)

Liner Village – 2055 Dennis Ln. x Elwin Dr.
City File #2018-0024
Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through April 2021.
Jason Jones Construction - Serres Construction /City – Javier Fernandez, Charles Robinson)

Marlow Commons Subdivision – 2039 Guerneville Rd.
City File #2019-0037 – EP19-1291

Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through November 2020.
(Argonaut Constructors/City - Javier Fernandez)

PG&E Stony Point Rd Gas transmission main replacement
EP20-0275 *Night work approved*

1,250 of gas transmission main replacement
Traffic control 10 pm. - 6 am., Monday to Friday, through October 2020.
(PG&E – Barnard Pipeline Construction/City – Javier Fernandez, Charles Robinson)

Round Barn Village
Grading Permit #ENGG19-003 - EP20-0175

On-site grading
Intermittent traffic control 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday through December 2020.
(Northwest General Engineering/City – Javier Fernandez)

Southwest Estates – Bellevue Ave/Burgess Dr.
City File #2017-0039

Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through December 2020.
(Northwest General Engineering/City - Javier Fernandez, Lionel Rocha)

Stony Village North – 2729 Stony Point Rd
City File #2020-0001

Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
Intermittent traffic control 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, through September 2021.
(Northwest General Engineering/City - Javier Fernandez)

Villas Apartment Project Phase 1&2 – 1755 Sebastopol Rd (Hampton Way)
City File #2018-0038, 0039- EP17-0715
Street, sidewalk and utility improvements.
(Northwest General Engineering/City – Javier Fernandez, Charles Robinson)

 


All dates and times are subject to change.
Work will be done Monday through Friday unless otherwise noted.
Access for emergency vehicles will be provided.
 Postal delivery will continue as usual.