BOMA San Francisco Members:
Weekday Work (10/31/11-11/4/11):
Night Shift - The buttress wall installation operation will continue in the eastern transit center site between Beale and Fremont Streets between the hours of 6:00 AM and 1:00 AM. There will be minimal work on site between 1:00 AM and 6:00 AM. If there is a problem, work on site could extend into the hours between 1:00 AM and 5:00 AM.
CDSM spoils will be removed from the western and central transit center sites, while buttress spoils removed from the eastern transit center site during the night shift from 7:00 PM to 2:30 AM.
Day Shift - All contractors will work between the hours of 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM. Activities will include:
Shoring & Excavation Work:
Shoring Wall: Cement Deep Soil Mixing (CDSM) shoring wall will continue in the central transit center site inside the construction fence – Day Shift.
Buttress Wall: Installation of the buttress wall will continue in the eastern transit center site inside the construction fence between the hours of 6:00 AM and 1:00 AM.
Excavation Work: The Cement Deep Soil Mixing (CDSM) shoring wall installation will soon be complete. Excavation for the new Transit Center Building (including demolition of underground structures) will commence in early November and continue through the end of 2014. The excavation will begin in the west transit center site and continue to the east end. The contractor will be excavating to an average depth of about 60 to 65 feet. – Day Shift.
First Street (Between Mission and Howard Streets): Underground utilities work continues on First Street – Day Shift.
Mission Street (Between Second and Main Streets): Potholing work will be performed along Mission Street – Day Shift.
What to Expect Next Weekend (11/5/11 – 11/6/11):
Eastern Transit Center Site (Between Beale and Fremont Streets): Buttress preparation and construction activity is expected to continue in the eastern transit center site on Saturday, November 5 and Sunday, November 6 between 6:00 AM and 1:00 AM. Depending on progress in the coming week, the hours of operation and level of activity may be reduced.
Central Transit Center Site (Between Fremont and First Streets): Cement Deep Soil Mixing (CDSM) shoring wall will continue inside the construction fence on Saturday, November 5 – Day Shift.
Pre-trenching work will take place along Natoma Street behind 400 Howard on Saturday, November 5. All local access will enter and exit from Fremont Street. - Day Shift
Western Transit Center Site (Between First and Second Streets): Cement Deep Soil Mixing (CDSM) shoring wall clean-up will take place inside the construction fence on Saturday, November 5.
First Street (Between Mission to Howard Streets): Utility work will take place along First Street. A multiple lane closure will be in effect Saturday, November 5. An SFPD 10B officer will be on site to direct access – Day Shift.
Natoma Street (Between Fremont and First Streets): Pre-trenching will take place behind 400 Howard on Saturday, November 5. All local access will enter and exit from Fremont Street.– Day Shift.
Detours, Street and Sidewalk Closures:
The following streets will be temporarily impacted due to project activities. So you can plan ahead please review the affected streets below:
First Street (Between Mission and Howard Streets): Utility work will take place along First Street. Lane restrictions will be in effect on from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM. SFPD will be on site.
Fremont Street (Between Mission and Howard Streets): Pavement restoration work will take place along Fremont Street near Natoma. Lane restrictions will be in effect from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. SFPD will be on site. The east sidewalk of Fremont Street between Mission and Howard Streets will remain closed.
Minna Street (Between First and Second Streets): Pavement restoration work will continue between First and Shaw Alley. Next week, beginning Monday, October 31 there will be a detour in accessing Minna Street resulting in the closure of the First Street entrance. Minna Street access will enter from Shaw Alley and exit at Second Street. Minna Street has been reduced to one lane, one way (west bound), all parking meters are being removed and there will be no parking along Minna Street between First Street and 130 feet east of Second Street for the life of the project.
Natoma Street (Between Fremont and First Streets): Natoma Street will be closed at First Street with all vehicles entering from Fremont Street. Local access to 400 Howard Street is available from Fremont Street.
Natoma Street (Between First and Second Streets): Natoma Street has been changed to a dead end street for the life of the project with no vehicle access to Natoma Street from Second Street. Local pedestrian access from Second Street to businesses on Natoma Street will remain available. Local access to 500 Howard Street is available to and from First Street.
Market Street and Mission Street: Potholing work will be performed along Mission between Second and Main Streets from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
PG&E is performing night work along Beale Street between Market and Mission Streets, which will continue into November. This work will result in lane restrictions along Beale Street and is not under the control or authority of the TJPA.
Should you have any general questions about the Transbay Transit Center Project, please call Adam Alberti or Stephanie Reichin, Transbay Outreach Team, at: (415) 227-9700 or via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any urgent questions regarding site-specific demolition or construction activities, please call the construction activity number: (415) 409-TJPA (8572).
Please continue to check our website for the most up to date schedule of activities at: http://transbaycenter.org/construction-updates
Construction Activity Map: Check out the construction activity map at: http://transbaycenter.org/construction-updates/construction-activity-map
The TJPA encourages the use of public transportation. Please click on the link provided to assist in all of your public transportation travel needs: http://511.org/ or visit www.temporaryterminal.org