RICK served as one of the lead civil engineering and design firms for the West Mission Bay Drive Replacement project. This project was multi-discipline and multi-phase and included various design components such as, but not limited to, a Project Study Report (PSR), traffic analysis, hydraulic and scour analysis of the San Diego River, development of the Storm Water Data Report to satisfy water quality requirements, identify right-of-way requirements, participate with the Value Analysis for the project, determined design exception to standards, and developed the 11-page estimate for the PSR phase of the project.
In addition, RICK developed the PS&E documents in conjunction with other design firms that included the widening of the I-8 Westbound exit ramp and West Mission Bay Drive/Sports Arena Boulevard, design of Class I shared use paths, ADA design, design and coordination of dry utility relocations, water, sewer, and drainage facilities, development of bioretention basins, signing and striping, traffic signal modifications, and stage construction development.
From start to finish, RICK coordinated with multiple agencies including the City of San Diego, Caltrans, California Coastal Commission, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, FHWA, SDG&E, and AT&T.. The Coordination required attendance at design meetings with reviewing agencies, coordination with other consultants, environmental support, etc. The project will be funded by FHWA and the City of San Diego. RICK assisted with the processing of the project through the PEER process with Caltrans and provided construction support services to the City of San Diego during construction.