SACRAMENTO FIRE STATION 15

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Location: Sacramento, CA

Client: City of Sacramento Facilities Department

Construction Value: $6.0 Million

Services Provided: Full Construction Management and Inspection Services

SAI was contracted with the City of Sacramento Facilities Department to provide construction management services and on this critical facility and provided the lead Construction Manager. This 9,300 SF new fire station in the South Natomas neighborhood was a single-story wood framed building featuring new sleeping quarters, a three-truck apparatus bay with bi-fold doors, kitchen, locker room, restrooms, workshop, and communications facilities.  The 1.5-acre site was formally a City park which was demolished and re-graded. The off-site roadway modifications to West El Camino Avenue included median cuts and new signal equipment. Extensive concrete paving surrounds the building, as well as a backup generator, fuel pump, oil-water separator, and radio tower. The station is a Certified LEED Silver building. The Construction Manager’s duties included overseeing all work and supervising the fulltime construction inspector, resolving urgent project issues, representing the City to the contractor in all matters, managing the RFI / Submittal process through Procore (project management software), coordinating with the architect, running weekly meetings, generating weekly meeting agendas and minutes, approving pay applications, coordinating the potential change order review process, evaluating and making recommendations about extra cost and time to the City, monitoring the contractor’s schedule, and helping the City Project Manager keep track of, and prioritize, City action items. The work also involved coordination with AT&T, PG&E, Comcast, SMUD and the City Fire Department.