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Category: B Street Culvert Repair

B St. Culvert Replacement Project: March Update

The B Street Culvert Replacement Project aims to replace a section of the current concrete box culvert under B Street, near Woodland Avenue. On February 27th, City staff rebid the project with the intent to return to Council April 2024 for consideration of a new construction contract. Currently, Engineering and Streets staff are collaborating to … Continued

B St. Culvert Replacement Project: February Update

The B Street Culvert Replacement Project aims to replace a section of the current concrete box culvert under B Street, near Woodland Avenue. Although City council awarded the construction contract to Maggiora & Ghilotti, Inc. on October 18, 2021, the project faced delays due to heavy storms that year. Subsequently, negotiations with the City concerning … Continued

B St. Culvert Replacement Project: Construction postponed until March 2022

The Department of Public Works is postponing construction work that will affect traffic and parking on B Street near the intersection of Woodland Avenue, Bayview Street, and Taylor Street. The project is postponed due to the large storm that hit San Rafael in October. It has been decided that the culvert remain open to avoid … Continued

B St. culvert replacement project – construction contract awarded

The B St Culvert Replacement Project was advertised on Sept 17th and bids were opened on Oct 7th. Maggiora & Ghilotti, Inc. was found to be the lowest responsible and responsive bidder. On Oct 18th, City Council awarded the construction contract to Maggiora & Ghilotti, Inc. Construction is estimated to start in November 2021.  More … Continued

B Street culvert repair project

The objective of the B Street Culvert Repair project is to remove the existing concrete box culvert and replace with a new cast-in-place concrete box culvert. A small section of the box culvert will be reconstructed near the intersection of B Street and Woodland Avenue. The City hired the design consultant, Mark Thomas & Company, Inc., to … Continued

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