TREASURE ISLAND

Treasure island
and yerba Buena Island

Demolition & Abatement

1 AVENUE OF THE PALM S

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94130

PERFORMANCE PERIOD:

AUG 2016 – NOV 2017

CONTRACT VALUE:  $18,000,000

C L I E N T

Treasure Island Series 1, LLC

R E F E R E N C E

Catherine McCrimmon (760) 415-1718

Project Scope:

The historical landmark consisted of 420,000 square feet of 3-story office building and a former hanger located on a 35-acre site. AMPCO was contracted to complete the abatement and demolition of the buildings. The environ- mental scope included asbestos and lead abatement, and removal of miscellaneous hazardous waste, Asbestos-containing materials included drywall, floor tile and mastic, pipe insulation, wall mastic and roof mastic. Lead-based materials included paint and ceramic tile.

Means and Methods:

The demolition scope included the implementation of SWPPP, and the complete structural demolition of the 420,000 square feet Star Barracks building and an 82,000 square feet Hanger. All building slabs, footings and underground utilities were removed. All concrete was crushed and stockpiled onsite for re-use in the grading scope, equaling 70,500 tons.

Challenges Faced:

The 3-story Star barracks building was next to Job corps an active building AMPCO employed a structural engineer to provide an engineered structural demolition and a site-specific dust control plan then used a multiple 300 series Excavators to demolish the building safely, with no safety incidents or accidents or public property damage.

City of Citrus Heights

AMPCO efforts resulted in a cohesive controlled demolition site, a detailed SWPP’s and a public complaint free project. The scope of work was completed ahead of schedule at cost savings to the City.

Christopher Myers

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