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PROJECTS

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DBE (CA/OR/WA/ID/NY-NJ/TX)  |  LA Metro SBE  |  SF LBE  |  BART SBE-MBE  |  CA PUC MBE 

BART TRANSBAY TUBE SEISMIC RETROFIT
BART TRANSBAY TUBE INTERNAL RETROFIT PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

• Project Location: San Francisco/Oakland, CA

• Client: Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)/Shimmick-CEC JV

• Firm Role: Quality Management 

• Project Duration: 6 years 

• Project Value: $340 million

• Delivery Method: Bid-Build

PROJECT IMPACT: 

BART’s highest priority for upgrades has been the Transbay Tube, it’s most critical asset and the main transit link between the East Bay and the Peninsula. 

The Transbay Tube internal retrofit project involves the installation of a steel liner inside the tube and the installation of a new water pumping system. The retrofit will install a curved inner steel lining to key sections of the 3.6-mile-long tube. It will also install an upgraded pumping system to allow larger quantities of water to be removed quickly from the tube.

The Montez Group created, implemented, and manages the contractor’s Quality program and worked to record the project’s as-built drawings. The Montez Group also coordinates the newly implemented contractor’s Watch Person Safety Program. The Montez Group is firmly committed to the project’s goal of increasing the seismic resistance of the Trans Bay Tube structure and extending its structural life cycle. 

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

• Quality Management 

• Safety Management 

• Coordination of Watch Person Program 

LA RAMS STADIUM
LOS ANGELES RAMS (SoFi) STADIUM PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: Inglewood, CA 

  • Client: AECOM/Hunt-Turner JV/LA Rams

  • Firm Role: Quality Management

  • Project Duration: 3 years

  • Project Value: $2.4 billion

  • Delivery Method: Construction Manager at Risk

PROJECT IMPACT: 

The nearly 3 million-square-foot, multipurpose venue will be home to the NFL’s L.A. Rams stadium and is slated to open in 2019. The stadium is designed to host world-class sporting events, college championships, and entertainment. The venue will include 220 private suites and 70,000 fixed seats, with the flexibility to expand to host more than 100,000 fans.

The L.A. Stadium will be the NFL’s newest home and the host for Super Bowl LV in 2021. Upon completion, this project will help facilitate an image to make the Hollywood Park an attractive place to work, play, and live and create opportunities to reinvigorate the economy of city of Inglewood.

The Montez Group serves as a member of the contractor’s Quality Assurance/Quality Control team and is responsible for oversight of the heavy civil, utilities and electrical components of the project.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

• Quality Management 

CALTRAIN ELECTRIFICATION
CALTRAIN PENINSULA CORRIDOR ELECTRIFICATION PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: San Mateo, CA 

  • Client: Joint Powers Authority (JPA)/Modern Railway Systems

  • Firm Role: Administrative Support/Document Control Management/Quality Assurance

  • Project Duration: 7 years

  • Project Value: $690 million

  • Delivery Method: Design-Build

PROJECT IMPACT: 

The Caltrain Electrification Project will improve service times via faster acceleration and shorter headways, reduce air pollution and noise, and facilitate the future Downtown Rail Extension into downtown San Francisco's Transbay Transit Center.

The project will electrify 51 miles of tracks between 4th and King station and Tamien station and install a PTC management system along the tracks Electrification improvements will better address Peninsula commuters’ vision of increased service and improved travel times in an environmentally friendly and reliable way. These service improvements are also expected to help accommodate increased system ridership through improved system operations.

The Montez Group supports Modern Rail Systems (MRS), a major sub-contractor on the project, with administrative and document control services. Montez Group staff tracks all correspondence between the project owner to the contractor and ensures that all documents are filed, numbered and tracked accurately and effectively. Montez Group has also previously provided a Senior Quality Assurance Engineer on the project who worked to complete the contractor’s Verification and Validation Program.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Administrative Support

  • Document Control Management

  • Quality Assurance

SFPUC SUNOL CORP YARD
SFPUC REGIONAL SUNOL CORPORATION YARD
LONG TERM IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: Sunol, CA

  • Client: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC)/SJ Amoroso

  • Firm Role: Document Control Management/Administrative Support

  • Project Duration: 2.5 years

  • Project Value: $31.7 million

  • Delivery Method: Bid-Build

PROJECT IMPACT: 

The Sunol Yard Long Term Improvements Project will improve the existing Sunol Yard by replacing outdated and no longer serviceable facilities with new structures in an updated facility layout to efficiently provide operations and maintenance support to SFPUC operations in the East Bay area.

The project includes a new 11,000 sq. ft. administration building, four new pre-manufactured shop buildings of various sizes, three new 8,000 sq. ft. pre-manufactured covered storage structures, a new fueling station and various other civil sitework, utility, and security improvements.

The Montez Group provides Document Control Management services on the project. Montez Group staff tracks all correspondence between the project owner to the contractor and ensures that all documents are filed, numbered and tracked accurately and effectively.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Document Control Management

  • Administrative Support

SANDAG MID-COAST TRANSIT CORRIDOR
SANDAG MID-COAST TRANSIT CORRIDOR PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: San Diego, CA 

  • Client: San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) /Mid-Coast Transit Constructors

  • Firm Role: Quality Management (Special Inspections)

  • Project Duration: 7 years 

  • Project Value: $1.6 billion

  • Delivery Method: Construction Manager/General Contractor   

PROJECT IMPACT: 

Freeways and arterials in the Mid-Coast corridor are generally congested, and traffic congestion is projected to increase as the region grows. The Mid-Coast Trolley extension will provide an effective alternative to congested freeways and roadways for travelers, improve public transit services, and enhance travel options by connecting the corridor with areas served by the existing Trolley system.

The project will extend the Trolley Blue Line service 10 miles from the Santa Fe Depot in Downtown San Diego north to the University City community, serving major activity centers such as Old Town, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), and Westfield UTC. The extension will also serve nine new stations: Tecolote Road, Clairemont Drive, Balboa Avenue, Nobel Drive, VA Medical Center, Pepper Canyon (serving UCSD west campus), Voigt Drive (serving UCSD east campus), Executive Drive, and the terminus station at the Westfield UTC transit center.

The Montez Group supports RMA Group on the Quality Control, Special Inspection, and Special Testing Program. The Quality Control, Special Inspection and Special Testing work on the project comprises of aggregate testing and sampling; concrete testing, and formwork and rebar inspections on Cast-In-Drilled-Hole (CIDH) foundations.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Quality Management

  • Special Inspections

  • Special Testing

SFO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
SFO CAPITAL PROGRAM SUPPORTIVE SERVICES
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Program Location: San Francisco, CA

  • Client: San Francisco International Airport (SFO)/Hill International

  • Firm Role: Cost Management/Program Safety Management/Logistics Coordination/Program Management

  • Program Duration: 6 years

  • Program Value: $7.1 billion 

PROJECT IMPACT: 

Our knowledgeable consultation team provides cost, schedule and overall programmatic support for the SFO Planning Design and Construction (PD&C) Ascent Program consisting of 183 projects with a total budget of $7.1B.  Our team uses the project lifecycle management software Unifier to track and analyze project performance metrics in order to provide recommendations to the client (SFO) so that they are able to make prudent decisions about program/project cost, scheduling, and sequencing of activities.

Our team also tracks and performs a monthly analysis of the Local Business Enterprise (LBE) participation within this program. The purpose of keeping track of this important information is to ensure local business growth and further revitalize the San Francisco economy. LBE participation gets reported to the SFO Executive Advisory Board’s monthly meetings where decisions are made concerning the overall direction and implementation of the program.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Cost Management

  • Program Safety Management

  • Logistics Coordination

  • Program Management

SFPUC OCEANSIDE RECYCLE WATER TREATMENT FACILITY PROJECT
SFPUC OCEANSIDE WATER TREATMENT FACILITY
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: San Francisco, CA

  • Client: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC)/SJ Amoroso

  • Firm Role: Construction Management/Project Testing Coordination

  • Project Duration: 6 years

  • Project Value: $80 million

  • Delivery Method: Bid-Build

PROJECT IMPACT: 

Although the Oceanside Treatment Plant is the most recently constructed of the City’s three treatment facilities, the harsh marine environment surrounding the facility make it vulnerable to accelerated corrosion that reduces the life of the equipment and performance of the plant. The facility requires replacement or upgrades to maintain efficient operation and seismic reliability and to extend the useful life of the equipment.

The Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP) will address deterioration, system performance, and reliability of existing facilities of the OSP. The San Francisco Westside Recycled Water Treatment Facility at Oceanside Plant project specifically involves the construction of new structures incorporating new treatment processes for the west side of San Francisco’s water to be used for irrigation and other non-potable uses as well. The treatments to be built are microfiltration, reverse osmosis, and ultraviolet light disinfection. The objective is to annually produce an average water of 1.6 million gallons per day.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Construction Management

  • Project Testing Coordination

SFPUC SOUTHEAST WATER TREATMENT FACILITY
SFPUC SOUTHEAST WATER TREATMENT PLANT DISTRIBUTED CONTROLS SYSTEM PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: San Francisco, CA 

  • Client: San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC)/Emerson

  • Firm Role: Quality Assurance, Administrative Support, Safety Management

  • Project Duration: 15 years

  • Project Value: $55 million

  • Delivery Method: Construction Manager/General Contractor     

PROJECT IMPACT: 

The Southeast Treatment Plant (SEP) is San Francisco’s largest and oldest wastewater facility, responsible for treating nearly 80% of the City's flow. Wastewater is transported to the SEP through a grid of transport/storage facilities, sewers, and five major pump stations. The SEP treats 57 million gallons per day (MGD) of wastewater and handles 160 wet tons of biosolids each day. During a rainstorm, it has the capacity to treat up to 250MGD of wastewater. Many parts of the SEP facilities represent dated technology and are operating well beyond their useful lives. This project will transform San Francisco’s largest wastewater treatment plant into a state-of-the-art resource recovery facility, a City destination, a proud neighborhood asset and an attractive workplace.

Through the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP), the SEP will undergo operational improvements and seismic upgrades in order to ensure the reliability of the sewer system and protect the health of the surrounding community and environment. These improvements include the addition of new biosolids digester facilities, as well as new headworks facility; structural and seismic retrofits, upgrades to oxygen and influent pumps, odor control improvements, and architectural and landscape improvements to the perimeter.

Emerson has a contract to provide the Distributes Control System and the Ovation software to run the program. The new system will tie-in to all the equipment in the rehabilitated plant and provide state of the art controls and monitoring.  Emerson will work closely with the two contractor teams and integrate the complete control systems to run the plant.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Quality Assurance

  • Administrative Support

  • Safety Management

BART FRUITVALE/COLISEUM STATION
BART COLISEUM/FRUITVALE SEISMIC RETROFIT PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: Oakland, CA

  • Client: Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)/Brosamer & Wall

  • Firm Role: Quality Management

  • Project Duration: 2 years

  • Project Value: $25 million

  • Delivery Method: Bid-Build

PROJECT IMPACT: 

The Coliseum and Fruitvale Stations are two of BART’s busiest and most trafficked stations in the East Bay. These stations serve some of Oakland’s most economically disadvantaged areas. This project will ensure these stations have a longer life and withstand a strong seismic event.

BART’s Seismic Retrofit Project for the Coliseum and Fruitvale stations will enhance the seismic resistance of the stations by reinforcing the columns, bent caps, and foundations within the station footprints.  The project will wrap the columns with Fiber Reinforced Concrete (FRP) and a coating of fire protection. The footbridge crossing from Coliseum Station to A’s Coliseum will have two of the columns in BART property reinforced as well.  This project also involves minor electrical and mechanical modifications and additions of a break room at Coliseum Station.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Quality Management

RCTC I-15 EXPRESS LANES
RCTC I-15 EXPRESS LANES PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: Corona, CA

  • Client: Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC)/Skanksa Construction

  • Firm Role: Quality Management

  • Project Duration: 3 years

  • Project Value: $236 million

  • Delivery Method: Design-Build

 

PROJECT IMPACT: 

The 15 Express Lanes Project would expand the region’s express lanes network and provide a new transportation option for motorists in southwestern Riverside County and provide multiple entry and exit points within the 15 Express Lanes existing in Riverside County’s express lane network. Additionally, this project will improve existing and future mobility along the I-15 corridor by reducing congestion and improving traffic operations and increasing travel time reliability.

 

The project will add two express lanes to I-15 in both directions, from State Route 60 to Cajalco Road, widen 11 bridges, and add six sound walls. The project will be built within the existing median and offer multiple entrance and exit points to the express lanes.

 

Montez Group provides the project’s Quality Management component as well as serving as the overall Quality Manager for the Design Builder JV overseeing Design and Construction Quality Assurance. This includes QMS development and implementation, design quality oversight, constructability reviews, test program plan implementation, internal auditing, and project owner oversight coordination.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Quality Management

BART WARM SPRINGS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
BART WARM SPRINGS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: Fremont, CA

  • Client: BART/Shimmick Construction 

  • Firm Role: Quality Management/Project Closeout 

  • Project Duration: 2 years

  • Project Value: $25 million

  • Delivery Method: Design-Build

 

PROJECT IMPACT: 

Since its opening in May 2017, Warm Springs Station has seen a health increase in its ridership into the station. With more than 4,100 riders on an average weekday, the ridership is expected to grow as more companies and employ set up shop near Warm Springs station. The City of Fremont, in coordination with BART, will build a pedestrian and bicycle bridge over the Union Pacific tracks connecting the new plaza west of the station to the Warm Springs/South Fremont BART Station. The bridge and plaza will provide a direct connection from the Warm Springs/South Fremont BART Station to the City of Fremont’s Innovation District located west of the station, including residential developments that are currently under construction, and existing nearby businesses such as Tesla and Thermo Fisher. The plaza will provide a public space for the community with amenities such as seating, bicycle lockers, solar charging stations, an information kiosk, and public art.

 

The new bridge is comprised of two spans – a truss span and a cable-stayed span. Shortly after the truss span is in place, construction of the cable-stayed span, which will cross the remaining Union Pacific Railroad track, will begin. In addition to the bridge structure being tied into the Warm Springs/South Fremont Station, the construction project will modify signage, directional tile, guardrails and communications systems at the station, as necessary. 

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Quality Management

  • Project Closeout

MISSION ROCK DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
MISSION ROCK DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: San Francisco, CA

  • Client: Mission Rock Partners (SF Giants & Tishman Speyer)

  • Firm Role: Quality Control, Inspection and Materials Testing

  • Project Duration: 5 years

  • Project Value: $1.2 Billion

  • Delivery Method: P3

 

PROJECT IMPACT: 

Home of Visa Headquarters and many new high-rise apartments, Mission Rock is a 3.8 million sq. ft. mixed-use development located in San Francisco. This Project is near Oracle Park across the Mission Creek Channel near Interstate 280. The project is broken up into two components: Horizontal Development and Vertical Development. 

 

The Horizontal Development includes demolition, site preparation, ground improvement, utilities and public parks. Montez Group Inc. is in charge of the special inspection for the Pilot Project and base work of the Horizontal Development for placing permeable light weight cellular concrete on the public right-of-way.

The Vertical Development of the project involves the construction of four buildings – two 540-unit residential buildings, and two 550,000 sq’ commercial buildings, as well as an 85,000 sq’ retail and restaurant space.   Montez Group is teamed up with independent testing and inspection company to provide the code compliance testing and inspection for the four buildings in phase I – Buildings A, B, F, and G – Phase I.

Inspection and sampling for placement of permeable light weight cellular concrete (PLCC) involves taking standard and non-standard testing methods developed by Castle Rock Consulting with ranging unit weights and lifts of material.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Quality Management

  • Quality Control Inspection

  • Materials Testing

SFO COURTYARD 3 CONNECTOR
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATION AIRPORT (SFO) COURTYARD 3 CONNECTOR PROJECT
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PROJECT DETAILS:

  • Project Location: San Francisco, CA

  • Client: SFO, PGH Wong, Avila & Associates

  • Firm Role: Quality Control, Inspection and Materials Testing

  • Project Duration: Ongoing

  • Project Value: $255 Million

  • Delivery Method: Design Build

 

PROJECT IMPACT: 

The Courtyard 3 Connector is a 100,00 square foot facility with a 6-story administrative office and 2-story passenger connector between Terminals 2 and 3 at San Francisco International Airport.

 

The facilities include office space for airport executives, leasable tenant space and additional passenger amenities and lounges, including pre-and post-security connections between the terminals so passengers can access flights and amenities more quickly without exiting security. This new airside connector will also house the Kadish Gallery in a new, 3,500 sq. ft. space located within the post-secure connector. The gallery will include curated photography exhibits and  a seating area for passengers. 

 

Both the administrative offices and connector are steel structures built on concrete pile caps and auger cast concrete piles. Lateral resistance is provided via buckling restrained braced frames. In association with an independent testing and inspection laboratory, Montez Group provided the code compliance testing and inspection for the required structural elements – Structural piers, structural steel (shop and field), miscellaneous metals, fireproofing, reinforced concrete, and other required structural inspections per EOR.

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

  • Quality Management

  • Quality Control Inspection

  • Materials Testing

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