Sir Francis Drake Corridor Rehabilitation Project

County of Marin, California

Coastland | DCCM provided construction management, inspection and public outreach services for the rehabilitation of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard between Highway 101 and the Ross town limits. The major traffic artery has a daily traffic load of 45,000 vehicles. The project objectives were to improve vehicle flow, transit operations, and pedestrian and bicyclist circulation and safety. Construction began in June 2020 and was completed in fall of 2021. Total construction costs were $18.1M.

The construction project scope included removal and replacement of 60,000 square feet of curb, gutter and sidewalk, 5,000 linear feet of post and cable fence, the installation of 8,500 linear feet of welded steel water line, 80 new water service connections, new signalization and video detection cameras at seven major intersections, new streetlighting, over 1 million square feet of cold planing, 25,000 tons of new asphalt pavement, traffic striping and markers, new and replacement storm drain piping and structures, 25,000 linear feet of new signal interconnection conduit and wiring. In support of these construction activities, we monitored contractor traffic controls, temporary intersection signalization, storm water pollution controls, quality assurance and materials testing, and Covid-19 screening protocol and oversight.

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