SSF Construction Update Week of June 15, 2018

South San Francisco, CA    June 16, 2018 Submitted by Leslie Arroyo, Communications Director City of SSF

550 GATEWAY HOTEL (Gateway Blvd., North of Corporate Drive)
A concrete pour is scheduled for this Monday, June 18 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The contractor will use an adjoining parcel for staging in order to minimize any traffic impact. Commuters may experience brief delays as equipment and materials are delivered to and from the job site.
BRITANNIA COVE AT OYSTER POINT (101 Oyster Point Boulevard)
The contractor is connecting utilities for the project along Oyster Point Boulevard and Veterans Boulevard. Work is scheduled between the hours of 7:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m. and is expected to be complete by Wednesday, June 27. Work will impact one lane of westbound traffic along Oyster Point Boulevard, east of Veterans Boulevard. In addition, a single southbound lane along Veterans Boulevard north of Oyster Point Boulevard is impacted.
CADENCE PROJECT (Miller Avenue @ Airport Boulevard)
PG&E is working to connect a gas line for the project along Miller Avenue between Cypress Avenue and Airport Boulevard as well as on Linden Avenue between Miller Street and Lux Avenue on Monday, June 18, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Work will affect westbound traffic along Miller Avenue and northbound traffic along Cypress Avenue; detours will be in place. Commuters may experience brief traffic delays and are encouraged to use alternate routes.
MERCK CAMPUS (213-221 E. Grand Avenue)
During the month of June, construction work is scheduled on Saturdays between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The work affects the below roads:
1.) Single northbound lane on Forbes Boulevard between E. Grand Avenue and Eccles Avenue
2.) Single westbound on E. Grand Avenue between Forbes Boulevard and Roebling Road
3.) Single southbound lane on Roebling Road from E. Grand Avenue to the end of the cul-de-sac
Commuters and pedestrians are encouraged to use alternate routes.
PINEFINO PROJECT (Airport Boulevard @ Baden Avenue)
The portion of Cypress Avenue between Baden Avenue and 3rd Lane continues to experience daily lane closures between 6:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., Wednesdays and Fridays, to facilitate material deliveries to the project site.
Sidewalk restoration continues through Tuesday, June 26. A single lane in the westbound direction is closed along Baden Avenue between Airport Boulevard and Cypress Avenue for sidewalk, curb and gutter work. Please note a reduction in turning lanes for traffic moving northbound on Airport Boulevard turning left onto Baden Avenue. Commuters may experience brief traffic delays and are encouraged to use alternate routes.
ROTARY SENIOR HOUSING PROJECT (310 Miller Avenue)
The sidewalk on Miller Avenue, directly in front of the project site, remains closed for the duration of construction activity. Construction crews continue to work on the project daily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Street parking spaces located adjacent to the former City “parking lot 6” are reserved for construction crew parking only.
The City would like to thank affected residents for their understanding in the delay and impacts experienced during the crane dismantling on June 13. We sincerely appreciate your patience.
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Caltrain Electrification and Station Improvement Work
Construction continues along Poletti Way between Grand Avenue and Corporate Drive at the US-101 Northbound off-ramp. Work includes the removal of the sidewalk along Poletti Way. Pedestrians are encouraged to use alternate routes. Vehicle access to Poletti Way will remain open.
Please visit the Caltrain website to sign-up for weekly construction updates at https://goo.gl/XGSbPj If you have questions or comments about the upcoming work, please call the dedicated Project Hotline at 650.399.9659.
OYSTER POINT DEVELOPMENT (Now referred to as Kilroy Oyster Point)
There will be a Public Outreach Meeting on Wednesday, June 20th at 5:30 p.m. at 384 Oyster Point Blvd., Suite 2, South San Francisco.  The new development company, Kilroy, will introduce its Oyster Point team, provide an overview of the development project and discuss upcoming work activities.  There will be a question and answer period as well. RSVP to info@kilroyoysterpoint.com.
SAN BRUNO CANAL BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
(South Airport Blvd at North Access Road and 380 Freeway on-ramp)
The San Bruno Canal bridge is CLOSED THROUGH NOVEMBER 2018, due to the deteriorated condition of the piles supporting the bridge.
Changeable message signs and detour signage are in place. The traffic control devices are in operation for the duration of the project. Bike path and emergency access are maintained but vehicles will be rerouted. Please follow all signage and safety personnel instructions at all times.
The City apologizes for the inconvenience this work has caused and is working as quickly as possible to address safety concerns; public safety is the number one priority.
To stay up to date on project and learn more, visit the City’s website  http://construction.ssf.net

3 comments for “SSF Construction Update Week of June 15, 2018

  1. joe
    June 18, 2018 at 1:58 pm

    what about safeway at spruce and el camino

    • Editor
      June 18, 2018 at 2:00 pm

      Joe,
      From the latest update we had was work was to begin possibly in July as the developer moves forward with retail only, no housing. We do have an email out to the developer to see if this might still be true and we will update our website once we learn more.
      Thank you.
      -ED

  2. Mark A Johnson
    June 22, 2018 at 2:34 pm

    Once again, SSF residents earn a civic apology for the courtesies afforded construction crews and developers (and their investors) by the city – at the expense of significant inconvenience to those residents.

    Not a mention of an apology for additions to the civic tax burden for services to the occupants of the new residential and commercial construction.

    South Airport & Gateway Boulevards continue to experience substantial traffic delays due to the (unplanned and badly-organized) construction at the San Bruno Canal bridge. Meanwhile, drivers persist in running red-lights and cruising through stops because of the unwarranted number and punishing duration of traffic-halts along the thoroughfares used by people to get from one part of SSF to another.

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