Pacific Avenue Median Improvements Phases 1 and 3 - City of Stockton Department of Public Works

The Pacific Avenue Median Improvement Project (Phase 1) and the University Miracle Mile Median Improvement Project (Phase 3) defined the north and south limits of the historic Miracle Mile by providing decorative hardscape, landscaping, irrigation, median curb, paving and drainage improvements.  The Phase 1 median is located along the east side of the University of the Pacific, and extends from Fulton Street northward to the Calaveras River Bridge.  The Phase 3 median is located adjacent to the former El Dorado Elementary School, and extends from Harding Way northward to Elm Street.  As the prime consultant for the project, Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc.’s (KSN) responsibilities included: managing the design effort; client and design team coordination; surveys and mapping; utility coordination; the design and documentation of grading, drainage, concrete hardscape, paving and striping; and construction support.  KSN performed and coordinated all design tasks required for the documentation of the civil improvements including but not limited to project control and geometrics, median curb, erosion control, signage, striping, and traffic control plans.  The traffic control plans provided measures to improve public safety and minimize impacts to local traffic by showing signage, lane closures and temporary traffic control measures to be installed by the contractor during construction.  KSN also provided construction support including reviewing and responding to contractor submittals and Requests for Information (RFIs), construction coordination with the design team, and project inspections.

Project Highlights
  • City of Stockton Department of Public Works
  • Pacific Avenue from Fulton Street to Calaveras River and From Harding Way to W Elm Street, Stockton, California
  • 1,400 ft.
  • $1.1 million