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Del Amo Boulevard Extension, T-30

City of Torrance
Public Works Department
Engineering Division



Project Managers: Craig Bilezerian, P.E. and Beth Overstreet, P.E. 

Project Description

Del Amo Boulevard is located in the central portion of the City of Torrance. The limits of the proposed project are between Crenshaw Boulevard and Madrona Avenue/Prairie Avenue. The project site is currently a vacant right-of-way, surrounded by industrial and manufacturing uses, including the Exxon-Mobil refinery to the north and Dow Chemical to the south. The proposed project would complete the missing segment of Del Amo Boulevard between Crenshaw Boulevard and Maple Avenue and it would widen the existing segment of Del Amo Boulevard between Maple Avenue and Prairie Avenue. When constructed, Del Amo Boulevard will be a four-lane divided roadway within the project limits and provide an additional east-west route throughout the City.  Construction also includes a new bridge over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks, drainage improvements and relocation of existing utilities.

 

Project Status

The City of Torrance certified the final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment EIR/EA in April 2004.  The project's design plans were completed in December 2008.  The project will be constructed in 2 phases. Phase 1 will provide for the rerouting of two water pipelines and 2 sewer pipelines.  Phase 1 construction was completed in December, 2010.  Phase 2 will construct the new 4-lane divided roadway, bridge over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks, and other elements of the project. Construction of Phase 2 will be funded by $7M from the federal Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP); $3.1M from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Economic Stimulus funds); approximately $6.7M of grant funding from METRO; $2.6M from Proposition 1B and $1M from Proposition C.  Construction began n November, 2010, and will be ongoing for two (2) years.

 

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Phase 2 - ROAD & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

 

CONSTRUCTION BEGAN NOVEMBER, 2010.

Plans (123 sheets) 

Specifications and Special Provisions with Appendices (Document is set-up for double-sided printing on your printer) 

ADDENDUM #1 for Phase 2 

ADDENDUM #2 for Phase 2 

ADDENDUM #3 for Phase 2

ADDENDUM #4 for Phase 2

ADDENDUM #5 for Phase 2

ADDENDUM #6 for Phase 2

ADDENDUM #7 for Phase 2

 

PHASE II Soils Investigation - July 2001 

LIMITED PHASE II Soils Investigation - June 2009 

SUPPLEMENTAL LIMITED PHASE II Soils Investigation - July 2009 

Report on Limited Remedial Excavation Activity - December 2009

Testing Report for City Stockpile stored on Del Amo project site

Del Amo Blvd Pre-Bid Job Walk #1 Attendance Sheet 

Del Amo Blvd Pre-Bid Job Walk #2 Attendance Sheet

 

Click here for a list of RFIs from Bidders and City's responses

Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Construction Support Services

 

City Pro Forma Consulting Services Agreement (Word Document)

 

BIDDERS' PROPOSALS FOR THE 3 APPARENT LOWEST BIDDERS.

Apparent Low Bidder - SEMA Construction

Apparent Second Low Bidder - Los Angeles Engineering, Inc.

Apparent Third Low Bidder - Sully-Miller Contracting Co.

 

FINAL SUMMARY OF BID RESULTS 

 

Phase 1 - REROUTE OF 2 WATER PIPELINES AND 2 SEWER PIPELINES

BIDS OPENED ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2009.

Plans  (42 MB)

Specifications and Special Provisions (26 MB)

ADDENDUM #1 for Phase 1

Geotechnical Report for Phase 1 (4 MB)

ADDENDUM #2 for Phase 1

BID OPENING SUMMARY B2009-37

 

BIDDERS' PROPOSALS FOR THE 3 APPARENT LOWEST BIDDERS.

Apparent Low Bidder - Blois Construction, Inc.

Apparent Second Low Bidder - MNR Construction, Inc.

Apparent Third Low Bidder - GCI Construction

 

Agency Contact

For questions about this project, please contact Craig Bilezerian at 1-310-781-6900 or by e-mail at CBilezerian@TorranceCA.gov

The Final Environmental Impact Report is comprised of the documents listed below:

Recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report(August 2003) (20 MB)

Introduction

Clarification and Modifications

Response to Comments

Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program

Findings of Fact

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