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Golden State Warriors Chase Center

Golden State Warriors Chase Center - Stormwater Management - Mortenson/Clark. AJV
Project site is approx. 12 acres in downtown San Francisco. Project cost is approx. 1 Billion and schedule is for September 2019 completion. Goodfellow Top Grade Construction is the General Engineering Contractor and has excavated and removed approx. 160,000 yards of material (and old railroad debris) to reach subgrade. Subgrade is lime treated 3’ deep and over 160 deep wells are being drilled onsite. Project has had over 100 trucks exporting materials per day through 4-5 construction entrances with tire wash-outs, along with 10+ cranes, concrete crews, well drillers, foundation wall contractors and numerous support trades. Stormwater Specialists, Inc. provides QSP/QSD Stormwater Management, with on-going Training of all Subcontractors and Trades, Inspections, Monitoring and Reporting on SMARTS.

Oakland Army Base Horizontal Project - Turner/Top Grade Construction/Flatiron JV
stadium Stormwater Specialists is the Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) for the Oakland Army Base Horizontal (OAB) project by Oakland Global LLC. We provide QSP/QSD Stormwater Management, with on-going Training of all Subcontractors and Trades, Inspections, Monitoring and Reporting on SMARTS. Our Stormwater Specialists Team is an integral part of the Design-Build Team and have been involved with the strategic design for over 4 years. The project is nearing completion with all utilities, roads and infrastructure installed including approx. 1 million yards of import material placed. The OAB project has over 179 Permits with strict Environmental Compliance regulations and reporting. We provide cost-effective cost efficient Stormwater solutions.

49er Stadium, Santa Clara, Stormwater Management Program - Turner/Devcon AJV
stadium The new 49er Levi Stadium was a $1.2 Billion-dollar project in Santa Clara that operated 24/7/365. At any one time, there were over 1,500 construction trades onsite and as many as 80 concrete trucks hauling daily. Stormwater Specialists provided oversight Stormwater Monitoring, Training of all Subcontractors and Trades, Inspections, Monitoring and Reporting on SMARTS. We converted this project from an incorrectly determined Risk Level 2 to the correct Risk Level 1 Determination for tens of thousands of dollars in savings and monitoring. The 49er Levi Stadium was delivered fully Stormwater compliant right on time for the 2014 football season.The new 49er Levi Stadium was a $1.2 Billion-dollar project in Santa Clara that operated 24/7/365. At any one time, there were over 1,500 construction trades onsite and as many as 80 concrete trucks hauling daily. Stormwater Specialists provided oversight Stormwater Monitoring, Training of all Subcontractors and Trades, Inspections, Monitoring and Reporting on SMARTS. We converted this project from an incorrectly determined Risk Level 2 to the correct Risk Level 1 Determination for tens of thousands of dollars in savings and monitoring. The 49er Levi Stadium was delivered fully Stormwater compliant on time for the 2014 football season.
Kaiser Dublin Center Cancer Hub - McCarthy Building Companies
stadium Stormwater Specialists is the Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) for the new Kaiser Permanente Dublin Medical Offices. The new medical offices, which will be built in the open lot located at 2800 Dublin Blvd. will serve Tri-Valley's 135,000 Kaiser patients.The three-story facility will include approximately 220,000 square feet of outpatient services, including about 180,000 square feet of advanced medical, urgent care clinics and medical office buildings, and a 40,000 square foot radiation/oncology center. There will be offsite improvements and widening along Dublin Blvd. Stormwater Specialists is providing the QSP Inspections, Sampling, Monitoring and Reporting along with value engineering and cost effective Stormwater solutions.
Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA – Turner Construction Company
stadium Stormwater Specialists is the Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) for the new Berkeley Way Project. This incredible project is an eight-story facility for the University of California that includes office space, classrooms, and retail space. Located just to the west of the core campus, the 320,000 square foot facility brings the Department of Psychology, the School of Education, and the School of Public Health together in one building. Stormwater Specialists supplies QSP Inspections, Sampling, Monitoring and Reporting. The project is targeting LEED Gold certification.
Bay Meadows - Wilson Meany
stadium Stormwater Specialists is the Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) for the Bay Meadows development. We started in the initial Phase back in 2009. In answer to the San Francisco Peninsula’s explosive growth comes Bay Meadows, is one of the single largest redevelopment sites in the Bay Area. Set alongside the Caltrain Station and Highway 101 and only a stone’s throw from the bay, this award-winning Transit Oriented Development (TOD) delivers the best of modern living in the form of a vibrant urban village. It features a superior-quality mixed-use neighborhood of residential homes, townhomes and apartments; green-designed, state-of-the-art, LEED Gold certified office buildings; a central plaza surrounded by retail and restaurants; and a flourishing community garden, ribbons of bike trails, acres of parkland and a new private high school.
Stanford University - Manzanita Residence Hall - McCarthy Building Companies
stadium The Manzanita Park Residence Home project at Stanford University in Santa Clara was a Risk Level 2 project. The project was on approx. 1 acres and consisted of construction of an 41,000-square foot, 3-story undergraduate student residence building, with a partial basement, and site work We provided Risk Level 2 SWPPP and QSD Stormwater Management, with Notice of Intent (NOI), obtaining the WDID Permit for Stanford, on-going BMP Inspections and enforcement, REAPs, Sampling, Monitoring, Annual Reporting and Notice of Termination (NOT) on SMARTS.
Stanford University - Lagunita Residence Hall - McCarthy Building Companies
stadium The Manzanita Park Residence Home project at Stanford University in Santa Clara was a Risk Level 2 project. The project was on approx. 4 acres and consisted of construction of an 77,400-square foot, 3-story undergraduate student residence building, with a partial basement, and site work We provided Risk Level 2 SWPPP and QSD Stormwater Management, with Notice of Intent (NOI), obtaining the WDID Permit for Stanford, on-going BMP Inspections and enforcement, REAPs, Sampling, Monitoring, Annual Reporting and Notice of Termination (NOT) on SMARTS.
Google Moffett Place, Stormwater Management Plan, Woods Bagot Architects
stadium Moffett Place Site Modifications Project Description, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County
The site modifications provide an opportunity to enhance the outdoor environment to provide value for both the community and Google. The new site plan unifies the elements of the site and strategically reconfigures the bioretention areas to provide more usable programmable space across the campus and especially next to the buildings to provide a better indoor-outdoor relationship of spaces.
Sports Park & Grove with hundreds of newly planted trees - The Sports Park and Grove areas create an active space for the community and Googlers. The main programs are: Sports Park with multi-purpose fields, volleyball court, soccer pool, outdoor cross-fit areas, Grove consists of shaded seating areas, bird baths, Areas for food trucks, Areas for outdoor café dining and seating areas, Bike parking for both commuter and G-bikes, Pet Park and Flex Pod covered seating.
We provided the Risk Level 2 SWPPP and QSD Stormwater Management, with Notice of Intent (NOI), including obtaining the WDID Permit for Google. Stormwater Specialists provides oversight Stormwater Monitoring, to support the Devcon Construction QSP BMP Inspections and enforcement, Annual Reporting and Notice of Termination (NOT) on SMARTS.
Please feel free to contact us for further information and personal references. We really appreciate the opportunity to provide you with Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and Stormwater Management Support Services. Thank you.

What People are Saying

Stormwater Specialists has helped us grow our Stormwater Mangement Program and implement our National Stormwater Policy. The Training and education continues to be very valuable for our Turner Construction Team.

David Steffens,
VP of Operations, Turner Construction Northern CA Division
Stormwater Specialists continues to provide us with valuable tools and oversight Stormwater Management, Training, Sampling, Inspections and SMARTS Reporting.

Ken Sullivan,
Compliance Manager, Turner/Devcon AJV
Mary with Stormwater Specialists converted our National 6-Hour Stormwater Training program to our CA based 6-Hour Stormwater Training. Everyone raves about the content and presentation and how much valuable information they have learned. Mary's Team converted our 49ers Stadium to a Risk Level 1 after it was incorrectly set-up as Risk Level 2, saving us tens of thousands of dollars.

William J. Jangraw,
Project Executive, Turner Construction Oakland and Portland
Mary and her Stormwater Specialists Team provide us with value-engineering during Design-Build, budgets, strategies, SWPPP implementation and compliance. Mary has trained all of our Management, Estimators, Project Managers and Engineers, Superintendents and Foreman. We know that we can depend on the Stormwater team to be there whenever we need Stormwater guidance and cost-effective solutions.

William Gates,
President, Goodfellow Top Grade Construction
Stormwater Specialists has developed a Stormwater Management Program for our entire School District. We are building many mutli-million dollar campuses and continue to receive value by refining our Specifications, Value-Engineering, Budgeting, writing our SWPPP for Bid Packages and implementing all Monitoring and Reporting on SMARTS. We are proud of our Stormwater Management Program and our commitment to Stormwater compliance.

West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD)
Mr. Magdy Abdalla,
District Engineering Officer, WCCUSD
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