Soquel Canyon Parkway Pavement Rehabilitation Project (“Project”) was initially programmed in the FY2016-17 Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The project limits extended from Pipeline Avenue to Fairfield Ranch Road. Because of the frontage improvements and the necessary utility connection work from the new developments in the area, staff temporarily delayed the pavement rehabilitation project until those improvements were completed. Staff altered the project limits, and divided the Project into two phases. Phase I includes work limits from Pipeline Avenue to Pomona Rincon Road, and Phase II consists of the remaining segment from Pomona Rincon Road to Fairfield Ranch Road.
Staff has completed the construction plans and specifications for Phase 1 of the Project. The work consists of asphalt concrete pavement removal and overlay, adjustment of utility manholes, water valve cans, and re-striping (including a buffered bike lane). In addition, work will include the upgrading of three traffic signals to video detection.
Staff is requesting approval of the plans and specifications for the Phase I project as well as authorization to advertise the project for construction. The engineer’s construction cost estimate for the project is $1,405,000 including construction contract, contract administration, and construction contingencies.