Infrastructure Project Experience
BKF provided civil engineering services for the installation of a new concrete U-Channel within the footprint of the existing channel. The Project Channel is approximately 8 to 9-feet wide at the base and is bounded on the upstream and downstream ends by concrete box culverts. The Project Channel is a flood control facility with tributary area of approximately 4.6 square miles. The project preserved the integrity of Marsh Road providing a safe route for motorist and pedestrians.
PG&E’s 30-inch transmission gas line explosion in 2010 required immediate emergency services as well as long term infrastructure upgrades to restore the community and infrastructure needs.
BKF developed concept plans for Park Site 23 to show how the treatment volume could be metered and pumped into bioswales and bioretention facilities to meet the C.3 provisions. BKF also worked with the developer and City of San Francisco on a Storm Water Management Plan for the system.
The BKF team provided the master utility planning and civil engineering of site infrastructure improvements for 75 acres of sovereign land and 310 acres of non-trust land. The project includes the River Rock Casino and associated roads and parking lots.
BKF is currently providing site design for a new substation for the Sacramento Municipal Utility District within the City of Sacramento. To support the California Environmental Quality Act process, BKF provided land planning and site analysis and prepared a conceptual site layout plan and a conceptual site grading plan.
BKF prepared the plans, specs and the costs estimates for the project, assisted the City in obtaining the permits and provided design services during construction. Scope included the rehabilitation of 23,508 feet of sewers ranging between 6-inch and 12-inches including laterals, and manholes.
As part of our On-Call contract with the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), BKF prepared design and construction documents for the installation of 6 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. Most of the charging stations included 1 hour fast charging kiosks.
As a part of Sonoma County’s effort to extend the range and use of electric vehicles in the North Bay, BKF has prepared designs and construction documents for the installation of 26 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. In 2011, Sonoma County was recognized as the “Most EV-Ready Community 2011” for its wide-ranging policies to accelerate widespread electric vehicle (EV) adoption and municipal usage of EV’s.
BKF coordinated with the trash device provider and the City of Mountain View to ensure a design that properly conveyed the expected hydrologic flows and caused the least disruption to the local neighborhood. BKF was responsible for the design of a hydrodynamic separator placed within a residential area. BKF determined the final placement of the device based upon the results of a utility analysis, gas lines, sewer lines, and overhead wires were in the immediate vicinity.
BKF provided engineering documents for multi-phase instream improvements, including a drop structure and two retaining walls. BKF utilized preliminary consultation with Corps of Engineers and the Water Quality Control Board to determine project recommendations.
Pacific Gas and Electric selected Winters, California as the location of their new, state-of-the-art gas training facility, including classroom/teaching space and field training areas. BKF provided mapping, surveying and civil design support the facility.
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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