Nov 21, 2018 Update

Happy Thanksgiving from the Oceanwide Center project! Our work site will have very light activity over the coming holiday weekend. Excavation on the First Street site is progressing and will continue over the next several months. We have completed our pedestrian safety improvements on both First Street and Mission Street along the site to provide overhead protection in advance of our vertical construction activities.

A&B Construction will be continuing their night work on the corner of Second Street and Mission Street for the new PG&E service to the project. This work is expected to be completed by mid-December. Please do not hesitate to reach out should you have questions.

Emergency Contact:

A&B Construction

1350 4th Street

Berkeley, CA 94710

(415) 225-0662 24hr Contact

 

Swinerton | Webcor Joint Venture

24-Hour hotline at (415) 746-9948

Nov 9, 2018 Update

Excavation on the First Street site is progressing and will continue over the next several months. We have enhanced the level of protection for pedestrians along this part of the site. These improvements include new pedestrian barricades and overhead protection. A similar barricade structure will be constructed along Mission Street before Thanksgiving to provide enhanced protection for pedestrians and our workers on site.

Mitchell Engineering will be continuing the site sewer utility work on Mission Street from First Street to Ecker Street. The work is mostly on the Southbound side and will gravitate towards the centerline of the street as manhole construction begins. High impact noise is expected from 8:00 pm to 12:00 am, followed by low impact noise from midnight to 6:00 am. Mitchell Engineering will also continue this work along First Street once the Mission Street portion is complete. This work is expected to continue until the Thanksgiving holiday.

A&B Construction will be performing night work on the corner of Second Street and Mission Street for the new PG&E service to the project. We will provide a more detailed schedule of activities as we get closer to mobilizing this work. This work will take approximately 4 to 5  weeks to complete and it is anticipated to begin late next week.