The Corporation Way System Upgrades and Pump Station, West Bayshore Road Pump Station, and West Bayshore Road Trunk Line Improvements projects are three of the highest-priority storm drain projects identified in the City’s 2015 Storm Drain Master Plan and 3 of the 13 projects identified on the 2017 ballot measure.
During a 10-year storm event, the two outfalls that convey storm runoff from East and West Bayshore Road onto Adobe Creek do not function as intended due to water pressure in the creek. Without the pump stations, this area is unable to drain until the creek levels recede, which is typically several hours after the rainfall stops. Additionally, the existing 15-inch and 24-inch storm drain pipelines do not have the capacity to convey the projected storm runoff generated by a 10-year storm event.
The design of the three projects were advertised as one package to avoid redundant analysis and for cost savings. Schaaf and Wheeler Consulting Civil Engineers (Schaaf and Wheeler) was selected to provide the design, prepare plans and specifications, and to provide construction administration service during construction.
Schaaf and Wheeler is in the process of completing the design and the construction documents. The design and construction documents are scheduled to be complete for all three projects listed above by end of Summer 2021.
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Last updated on August 10, 2021