City and County of San Francisco – Pulgas Dechloramination Facility Project,

NV5 provided Resident Engineering on this $17.5 million facility, which was the final piece of an extensive water supply and treatment system terminating at the historic Pulgas Temple. The project consisted of a reinforced concrete water treatment building, 120-inch diameter RCP/T-lock, chemical metering and delivery, double-contained chemical-resistant underground piping, control system, emergency power generation, fire protection system, modifications to the existing pump house, and an extensive landscaping program. The team was responsible for the entire construction management effort, mitigation of extensive changes, negotiations, inspection and close-out, and execution of the project under stringent environmental and biological resource preservation guidelines from state and federal regulatory agencies.

NV5 provided full scope construction management with staff augmentation for the City and County of San Francisco. Our Resident Engineer was responsible for overseeing construction work, ensuring contract requirements for quality, budget and schedule, enforcing an extensive biological monitoring and mitigation plan to protect endangered species, and administering the contract through design management, change management, and payment processing. Our staff worked closely with the San Francisco Public Utility Commission (SFPUC) Project Managers to review and implement design changes and proactively mitigate field conflicts.