SANDAG – ROSE CREEK BIKEWAY
CPM Partners provided construction management services for SANDAG’s Rose Creek Bikeway project.
The Rose Creek Bikeway was part of the Coastal Rail Trail and designed as a Class I bike path (completely separated from vehicle traffic) that connected existing sections of the Rose Canyon and Rose Creek bike paths in the City of San Diego. The bikeway was a two-mile gap in the Regional Bike Network between points to the north such as Sorrento Valley, University City and UC San Diego, and points to the south such as Mission Bay, Pacific Beach, Mission Valley and Downtown San Diego. The bikeway began at the north end of Santa Fe Street and connected to the existing bike path at Damon Street and Mission Bay Drive. A portion of the bikeway is shared with Santa Fe Street and a portion is on a dedicated right-of- way. The project included construction of a variety of cast-in-place (CIP) and mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining walls, as well as a pre-cast steel bikeway/pedestrian crossing over Rose Creek. Dedicated ‘crossings’ at I-5 and Mission Bay Drive are accomplished by passing beneath the existing structures.
CPM Partners provided office engineering, contract administration and construction management services and to verify the Rose Creek Bikeway Project was completed on time and in accordance with the SANDAG General Provisions, Supplement 5a IFC Plans and Special Provisions, GMP Bid List, and Risk Matrix.
Location: San Diego, CA
Cost: $17 M
Dates: June 2018 – November 2019