Education Project Experience
Since 1954, BKF has provided award winning civil engineering, planning, and surveying services for hundreds of projects on the 8,800-acre Stanford University campus. During that time, the campus has seen great growth, and BKF has provided the utility infrastructure necessary to manage the growth and allow for new expansion in the future.
BKF provided civil engineering services for the AIA award-winning California State University (CSU) Northridge’s Student Recreation Center. The LEED Gold certified facility includes a weight training zone, volleyball courts, upper level jogging track, and basketball courts.
BKF was involved with the site improvements design for the LEED Gold Certified Joint-Use Facility at Community College of San Francisco's West Campus area. BKF's work included incremental design packages associated with grading, site preparation, and import of over 250,000 cubic yards of earth material to accommodate the future West Campus area development.
BKF provided civil design for the largest Design-build project in California which included the new Allied Health and Wellness Center, Student Center, and Central Utility Plant.
As part of an architecturally led design-build team, BKF has provided the on-site and off-site civil design and surveying services for the new aquatics facility on an existing one-acre, University-owned surface parking lot.
BKF Engineers provided land surveying services including aerial survey, survey control, topographic survey, construction staking, and as-built surveys.
BKF is part of a design-build team designing the replacement building. The existing site and utilities are being completely removed and BKF is designing the associated site improvements for the new building. BKF is also coordinating the permitting through the City of Davis for utility service connections and reconstruction of a public Class I bicycle trail adjacent to the project site. BKF evaluated innovative methods of complying with post-construction stormwater management requirements; the final design includes a combination of pervious pavers in the parking areas, Silva Cells, and subsurface retention chambers.
The 334,000 sq. ft. apartment project is located at the corner of Big Springs Road and Valencia Hill Drive. BKF coordinated with various subconsultants and agencies in the construction of the village.
BKF has been providing award winning civil engineering and surveying services on University of California (UC) Berkeley projects for over 20 years, including the Li Ka Shing Center, California Memorial Stadium, Hargrove Library, Stanley Hall Lab Replacement and Haas Sports Pavilion.
BKF was the civil engineer for the new USF academic LEED Gold building. The goal of the Center was to strengthen scientific preparation for all undergraduates and nurture the growing links between the sciences and our environment.
The Rancho Santiago Community College District selected BKF to perform district-wide land surveying and engineering services for various construction projects.
BKF prepared construction documents for the construction of a new administration building and four modular buildings, reconfiguration of the existing parking lots to improve circulation, addition of a new parking lot providing additional ADA stalls, and utilities to serve the proposed buildings. Services included topographic, utility, and boundary surveys, civil design of pavements, drainage, utilities, and erosion control, circulation analysis, earthwork calculations, and domestic water hydraulic calculations.
BKF is part of the Design-Build team constructing a new 120,000 sq. ft. 4-story Student Housing II Building near Desmond Hall along the American River. The new building will house approximately 350 beds, common study rooms, multi-purpose lounge, learning center, recreation space, and a free standing building containing a café.
Using Nathan Oliveira’s art as a vehicle for personal renewal, the center’s main goal was to provide a break from the intensity of day-to-day life with the intention for quite reflection throughout the day. The thick rammed-earth walls, made from soil excavated directly from the site, help moderate heat and sound.
This project will renovate the core two-story building to make it seismically safe, and repurpose it for a Graduate Student Center, classrooms, and a 250-seat lecture hall. Site designs include a bicycle parking lot, an updated area drain system, and underground steam, chilled water, hot water, and potable water utilities in a common underground trench.
Civil improvements to approximately 3,000 linear feet of existing McLaughlin Drive in the center of the UC Santa Cruz campus increased safety and accessibility.
For 100+ years BKF has been delivering inspired infrastructure for our clients. With our large network of offices in California we have developed extensive local knowledge that provides us with an understanding of issues relating to feasibility, permitting, and entitlement approvals. We work hard to help you achieve your goals, and get your projects to the finish line. 650.482.6300
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