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Construction News

Just a few of the many projects completed by the city.
Click links at bottom of page to view more completed projects.

RECENTLY COMPLETED PROJECTS

Street Rehabilitation

  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2017 - Various streets in Berkeley were overlayed or reconstructed including Bancroft, The Alameda and Solano. Curb ramps were installed or upgraded and sidewalk repairs made. Alameda County Measure B and BB Sales Taxes provided a majority of the funding.
    The Alameda 2017
  • FY 2017 Measure M Surface Seals - Various streets throughout Berkeley including 8th, Berryman, Campus, Cragmont, Delaware, Parker, Sonoma, The Alameda, The Circle, Vincente, and Woolsey were resurfaced with a slurry seal or rubber cape seal. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping and markings were also installed. Funding was provided by the Measure M General Obligation Bond for Streets and Watershed Improvements.
    The Circle - 2017
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2016 - Various streets in Berkeley were overlayed or reconstructed including Codornices, Heinz, Parnassus, and Rose. Full Depth Reclamation was performed on Claremont Blvd, Belrose, Derby, and Warring, a major commute corridor. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping and markings were also installed. Alameda County Measure B and BB Sales Taxes provided a majority of the funding.
    Rose_Sacramento  Derby_Warring
  • Measure M FY 2015 Surface Seals - Various streets throughout Berkeley including 9th, California, Thousand Oaks, Keith, Berkeley, and Russell were resurfaced with a slurry seal or rubber cape seal. Funding was provided by the Measure M General Obligation Bond for Streets and Watershed Improvements.
    California-Surface-Seal
  • FY15 Measure M Street Resurfacing and Reconstruction – Various streets throughout Berkeley were overlayed or reconstructed with conventional asphalt, including Grizzly Peak, Addison, Jaynes, Bancroft, and Keeler. This project also included Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) on 10th, Folger, and Buena, which reclaimed and mixed existing native subgrade material with cement resulting in a strengthened structural section under the asphalt. Funding was provided by the Measure M General Obligation Bond for Streets and Watershed Improvements.
    CalRecycle LogoRubberized Asphalt Concrete Hot-Mix (RAC Hot-Mix) was also used in overlays on Dwight, Cedar, Rose, and Russell. RAC Hot-Mix paving was funded through a grant disbursed by CalRecycle and has resulted in the diversion of 9,760.55 California waste tires from the waste stream.
    2015-MeasM-St-Rehab-Cedar 2015-MeasM-St-Rehab-Russell

  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2015 - Various streets in Berkeley were overlayed (Alcatraz, Channing, College, Dwight, Fulton, and Sacramento) or received microsurfacing (Durant and Hearst). New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping and markings were also installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
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  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2014 Phase 2 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Wildcat Canyon, Cedar, La Loma, Le Roy, Muir, Menlo, Allston, Milvia, Parker, and Vine) were overlayed or reconstructed. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping and markings were also installed. Measure M, the Streets and Watershed Bond, and Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax, were major sources of funding for this project.
     FY14 Ph 2 - Allston_600 FY14 Ph 2 La Loma_600
     FY14 Ph 2 Santa Rosa_600 FY14 Ph 2 Wildcat_600
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2014 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Grizzly Peak, Ridge, Contra Costa, Fulton, Henry, and Milvia) were overlayed. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping and markings were installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
     FY14 Ph 1 - Grizzly FY14 Ph 1 Del Norte_600 
    FY14 Ph 1 Ridge_600 FY14 Ph 1 Shasta_600
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2013 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including 4th, Cowper, Dwight, Hillside, Potter, Sacramento, and Woolsey) were overlayed or reconstructed. Drainage improvements were installed on 4th Street. New curb ramps, thermoplastic striping/markings and upgraded traffic circle signage were installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
     FY13 9th FY13 Sacramento_600FY13 Potter_600  
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2012 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including 4th, Adeline, Josephine, Lincoln, Northgate, Park Hills, and Yosemite) were overlayed or reconstructed. New curb ramps, thermoplastic striping/markings and upgraded traffic circle signage were also installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
    Adeline Fourth FY13
  • Sacramento Street Overlay - Sacramento Street was overlayed from University Avenue to Dwight Way. Sidewalk was repaired and new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. Funding was provided from State Proposition 1B Transportation Bond, Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax, and Gas Taxes.
    Sacramento Overlay 2 Sacramento Overlay 3  Sacramento Overlay 1
  • Sacramento Street Rehabilitation - Sacramento Street was reconstructed from Dwight Way to Ashby Avenue. Sidewalk was repaired, new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed and the in-pavement crosswalk lights at Oregon Street were replaced. Funding was provided by a grant from the Federal Surface Transportation Program and the City's General Fund.
    Sacramento Dwight to Ashby 1 Sacramento Dwight to Ashby 2 Sacramento at Oregon - In Pavement Lights
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2011 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Bancroft, Claremont Crescent, Dana, Dowling, Marin, Milvia, Oakvale, and Webster) were overlayed or reconstructed. New concrete valley gutters were installed at Bancroft/5th intersection. New curb ramps, thermoplastic striping/markings and upgraded traffic circle signage and stanchions were also installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
    FY11 - 5th_Bancroft FY11 - 10th_Bancroft  FY11 - Claremont Crescent 
    FY11 - Marin FY11 - Milvia
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2011 Phase 2 - Ashby Place, Halcyon Court, Hazel and Webster were overlayed or reconstructed. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. A new traffic island was installed at Ashby Place and Ashby Avenue replacing a guardrail. Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax funds were provided from the City's Traffic Calming budget to build the island.
    Ashby Place Traffic Island
       
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2010 - 9th, California, Channing, Ellsworth, and Milvia (all bicycle routes) in Berkeley were overlayed or reconstructed. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. New concrete valley gutters were installed at 9th/Channing intersection. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
    FY2010 - Channing FY 2010 - Ellsworth  FY 2010 - 9thFY 2010 Milvia
  • University Avenue - McGee to Oxford - The pavement on University Avenue from McGee Avenue to Oxford Street was reconstructed/overlayed, sidewalk was repaired and new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. Funding was provided by State funds from Proposition 1B Transportation Bond.
    University - McGee to Oxford University and Shattuck
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2009 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Bateman Street, Bay View Place, Bonita Avenue, Hilgard Avenue, Le Roy Avenue, Mabel Street, Middlefield Road, Rose Street, Scenic Avenue, Spring Way, The Crossways, and Virginia Street) were overlayed or reconstructed.  Storm drain improvements were made at the Mabel/Carrison, Mabel/Haskell, Mabel/67th, and Mabel/66th intersections. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were also installed. Funding was provided in part by Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax.
    FY09 Scenic FY09 Virginia
     Mabel Valley Gutters Bay View
  • University Avenue Paving Phase 3 - The pavement on University Avenue from Sacramento Street to McGee Avenue was reconstructed, sidewalk was repaired and new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were installed. Funding was provided by an economic stimulus transportation grant from the Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) and by State funds from Proposition 1B Transportation Bond.
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  • University Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation - University Avenue from San Pablo Avenue to Sacramento Street was reconstructed. New video traffic detection was installed at the Sacramento Street intersection and new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were also installed. Funding was provided by an economic stimulus transportation grant from the Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).
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  • University Avenue Reconstruction - University Avenue from 4th Street to San Pablo Avenue was reconstructed and the overpass leading to/from Interstate 80 was repaved. A new video traffic detection system was installed at the 6th Street intersection. Also included were new curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings.
    University_6th_San PabloUniverstiy_6th_San Pablo#2University Overpass
  • Street Rehabilitation FY 2008 Phase 2 - Various streets throughout Berkeley (including Channing Way, Harper Street, Haste Street, Overlook Road, Sacramento Street, Shattuck Avenue, Telegraph Avenue, Virginia Street, and Webster Street) were overlayed.  Storm drain improvements were made at Shattuck/Oregon and Shattuck/Russell. New curb ramps and thermoplastic striping/markings were also installed.
    Ada Street Carlotta St  Telegraph Ave

 

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For information on other street projects, please visit our Past Street Projects page.

For information on Projects Currently Under Construction, please visit our Construction Update page.

For bid information, please visit our Bids and Contracts.  Other proposal opportunity information can be found on the Purchasing Division's RFP/IFB List.  

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