Owner: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Contract value: $29,000,000
Project is located in the remote area of the Sunol-Ohlone Regional Wilderness. Project scope includes construction of a soldier pile wall for land stabilization, 27,000 SF soil nail wall for new fish ladder/fish intake structures, 30,000 CY forebay excavation, 300 LF fish ladder and fish intake structure (8,000 CY of concrete), diversion structure with intake manifold for conveyance to Alameda Creek diversion tunnels, water control gates, new control building with SCADA systems and VSAT tower, modifications to existing sluiceways and construction of a 3rd sluiceway. Work in Alameda Creek is limited to April 15 – November 15 (dry season) for two season’s total. Additional project scope includes Geary Road improvements (3.4 mile access road to project site) at four specific locations comprised of slope stabilization/grading, culvert crossing upgrades, and road widening.