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Bartlett St. Streetscape Improvements Project

Client: San Francisco Department of Public Works

In the heart of the Mission District of San Francisco, Bartlett Street is home to an open-air marketplace made up of farmers, small local business and community programs creating a fun, beautiful public space for the Mission District.

As a subcontractor to Bauman Landscape, Fontenoy upgraded 1,000ft of streetscape including the installation of main sewer lines, sidesewers, catchbasins and manholes.

SFGH Potrero Ramp Project

Client: San Francisco General Hospital

This was an ADA Barrier Removal Project at San Francisco General Hospital to provide an accessible path of travel on campus between existing buildings and the public right of way.

Work consisted of re-grading and paving, installing a new structural concrete ramp, curb ramps, striping, landscaping and irrigation, storm drain, site lighting, aluminum handrails, steel guardrails and other related work.

South Sacramento Corridor Phase 2 Project

Client: Sacramento Regional Transit / Balfour Beatty

$90million project that extended Sacramento Light Rail Transit approximately 11miles and built 4 new Stations. Prime contractor was Balfour Beatty.

Fontenoys work included excavating and backfilling 11,000 feet of trench for new conduits, pullboxes, fiber optic boxes and precast signal foundations and various other civil related works. 

CA State Capitol – Vehicle Barricade Replacement

Client: State of California / Electronic Innovations

Excavate, set and install four vehicle barricades - two at the northern entrance and two and the southern entrance of the State Capitol Building. Scope included rebar, concrete, protection of barricades during installation, curb alterations, power supply conduits and traffic control.

Pittsburg Recycled Water Expansion and Rehabilitation Project

Client: City Of Pittsburg / Delta Diablo

Fontenoy Engineering completed the expansion and rehabilitation of the recycled water system servicing the City of Pittsburg.

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