Client: CF Contracting / San Francisco Department of Public Works

 

Overhead view of the Oakland Kaiser Medical Center site - Bounded by Broadway, Piedmont Ave, and W MacArthur Blvd

Client: Mccarthy Building Companies / A&B Construction / R&B Construction / AE3 Partners / Kaiser Permanente

CMC Traffic Control Specialists participated in the rebuilding of the Oakland Kaiser Permanente Medical Center including assisting with the design of temporary traffic controls with AE3 Partners, performed monthly site grafitti cleaning, and installed traffic control measures including the upcoming closure of MacArthur Blvd at Broadway from July 1st to the 5th, 2013 .  This new facility is scheduled to open in 2014.

Client: KJ Woods / San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC)

CMC designed all of the temporary traffic controls on this large project near Market St and Drumm St in San Francisco's financial district.  We also implemented the closure of the northbound side of Drumm St from Market St to Clay St, including detour and construction area signage, barricades, and traffic control support for SFMTA's striping and signal crews.  Visit the SFPUC website for additional information.

Client: Maker Media Inc.

For the second year, CMC furnished the changeable message boards for the Maker Faire, a large event in San Mateo.  We worked with Caltrans and the City of San Mateo to help reduce traffic congestion by providing advance notice to motorists.

Client: MCK Services, Inc. / Alameda County Public Works Agency

CMC Traffic Control provided flaggers and pilot cars for a reversible lane on this busy commuter shortcut between highway 580 and 680 in Castro Valley while MCK Services resurfaced the roadway.

Client: Sandis / Webcor / Transbay Terminal Joint Powers Authority

CMC was hired to provide traffic engineering expertise and inspection services on this mega project in the fast-growing SOMA neighborhood of San Francisco.  The Transbay Terminal will be one of the major transit hubs on the West Coast when it is completed.