WABO Landscape & Construction, Inc. will be replacing an irrigation system at Shoreline Park. The work includes grading, and installing new irrigation system, and turf and hydroseeding. The work will begin from mid-September and will continue through May 2019. As part of the project, a perimeter construction fence will be installed on September 19 and 20. Link to attached map. The walkways around the park will remain open during construction and may be intermittently blocked for safety reasons. A temporary traffic control plan will be implemented to direct pedestrian/bicyclist. For additional information, please contact WABO Landscape & Construction, Inc. representative, Bonnie Krueger at (510) 741 9226, or Tasnuva Safi, Associate Engineer with City of Mountain View at (650) 903 6311.
Armer/Norman & Associates will be constructing a bus pad on Middlefield Road as part of Rotten Robbie Gas Station Improvement. In order to safely construct the bus pad, the bike lane on the Westbound Middlefield Road between N. Whisman Road and Tyrella Ave will be closed, from September 17 to September 28. The existing bus stop stand at this location will be relocated during construction. Please follow the temporary Traffic control signs and devices that will be in place. For additional information, please contact Armer/Norman & Associates’ Representative, Eric "Rick" Montesano at (510) 432-6387.
K. J. Woods Construction Inc. will be installing new sanitary sewer and water mains on Boranda Avenue, Gantry Way, Begen Avenue, Crane Avenue, Bond Way and at Rengstorff Park. The work will involve some street excavation to install the new utilities. The work is scheduled to begin September 10 and is expected to be completed by the end of February 2019 . Regular working hours will be Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. During the work Traffic Control will be implemented and No Parking / Tow Away Zones will be posted. The streets will be closed for though traffic. Access to Emergency Services will be provided at all times during work hours. For additional information, please contact Jack Raftery with KJ Woods Construction at (415) 248 6039 or Neli Avramova, Assistant Civil Engineer with City of Mountain View at (650) 903 6311.
Construction to replace an aging section of water main and sections of sewer main on Villa Street between Castro Street and Hope Street has begun. To minimize construction impacts to businesses and downtown activities, regular construction is restricted to weekdays between Monday and Wednesday. Starting Monday, September 17 (Sunday night into Monday morning), between Monday and Wednesday, the contractor will be working during both daytime and nighttime for two weeks. During these two weeks, contractor will start with nighttime work at the Castro/Villa intersection and transition into daytime work areas. See below for a snapshot of the current construction schedule.
The Castro/Villa intersection will be closed for through traffic and traffic detours will be implemented during nighttime construction. Full street closures, lane closures, and turn restrictions will be implemented during daytime construction and may cause traffic delays. Street parking will be restricted and the sidewalk on one side of the street may be closed. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times. There will be no or minimal impacts to your water and sewer services. If there are impacts, a representative from the construction firm will get in touch with you.
If you have questions about this project please contact Angel Torres, Senior Civil Engineer with City of Mountain View, at (650) 903-6311. A more detailed construction notice can be found here.
C2R Engineering will be upgrading the medians on Castro Street between California and Church Streets. Work will be performed Monday through Friday between 6:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Construction is expected to be completed by October. Street parking within the work area will be affected intermittently during the project. "No Parking" signs will be posted in advance of the work in the area to provide notice of the exact period of construction. During this phase, we request everyone observe parking restrictions. Link to attached map.
For additional information contact Trevor Connolly, Project Manager with C2R, at (415) 559-2841 or Marina Chekmareva with City of Mountain View at (650) 903-6311.
Stevens Creek Trail between El Camino Real and Yuba Drive will be closed through November. Santa Clara Valley Water District (SCVWD) will be constructing the permanent repairs to the creek bank and trail. For the safety of trail users, the temporary by-pass trail will be closed during construction. Bicycle and pedestrian will be detoured to Yuba Drive and El Camino Real. Link to detour map. For additional information contact Kevin Sibley with SCVWD at (408) 630-3141.
Redgwick Construction has been contracted with the City of Mountain View to perform Modifications to the Intersection at Grant Road/Martens Avenue/Phyllis Avenue. The work to be performed includes: new concrete sidewalk, curb and gutter, roadway pavement, new traffic signal, and striping.
Work will resume mid-September and will be performed Monday to Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Completion is expected in November. During construction, the contractor will place appropriate warning signs and advisory signs to direct traffic. Work will require one travel lane to be closed on Martens Avenue, Grant Road, and Phyllis Avenue. Expect some delays and the use of alternate routes during this time is recommended.
For additional information contact Fernando Pacheco, Redgwick Construction Project Manager, at (510) 792-1727 or Neli Avramova, Assistant Civil Engineer with City of Mountain View, at (650) 903-6311.
BHM is contracted with the City to perform the Community Center Remodel building renovation and site improvement work. Completion is expected in early 2019. Construction hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Access to the Community Center site will be limited to construction personnel. Traffic on Rengstorff and Stanford Avenues, and pedestrian access may be interrupted intermittently during this time. Bicycle traffic may intermittently need to share the road. Please observe posted “No Parking” and construction area signs.
The construction of a new traffic signal and off-site utilities at the intersection of Rengstorff and Stanford Avenues was completed in early 2018. Link to attached map.
If you have questions, please call one of the listed contacts below:
Grant Whestone, BHM Project Manager (707) 643-4580
O’Grady Paving, Craig Young, Project Manager (650) 966-1926
Ayano Hattori, Construction Manager (408) 769-6943
Rodrigo Macaraeg, City of Mountain View (650) 903-6311
The Community Center Front Desk and Services have been relocated to the Senior Center at 266 Escuela Avenue and can be reached at (650) 903-6331.