Salaber Associates, Inc.
Salaber Associates, Inc.
Corporate Office: 180 South First Street, Suite 10, Dixon, CA 95620
Phone: (707) 693-8800 | Fax: (707) 693-8801
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Location: Woodland, CA

Client: City of Woodland Community Development

Construction Value: $7.5 Million

Services Provided: Full Construction Administration and Inspection

The project involved the construction of multiple highway ramps, widening of the Interstate 5 freeway, new city streets, curb, gutter and sidewalk, landscaping, signalized intersections, street lights, several large storm drain systems, utility relocations, and a new 88 meter, 6-lane wide, cast-in-place pre-stressed (CIP/PS) concrete box girder bridge over Interstate 5.  The project involved widening the existing two (2) lane cast-in-place (CIP) concrete box girder bridge over Interstate 5 to four (4) lanes, adding bike lanes, widening and improving a half a mile of County Road 102, including four intersections, improvements to two (2) Interstate 5 ramps and the construction of a new ramp with metering, utility work, large diameter cast-in-drill hole (CIDH) piles, large freeway sign structures, extensive electrical work, street lighting, both permanent and temporary signalized intersections, and extensive landscaping and irrigation work.
 

Location: Granite Bay, CA

Client: Placer County Public Works Department

Construction Value: $5.6 Million

Services Provided: Full Construction Administration and Inspection

The project included removing approximately 100 trees, extensive waterline system (6", 8", 12", 18", 24" DIP) and services for San Juan Water District (SJWD), multiple drainage lines and drain inlets, signal modifications at three intersections, 24' x 116' single span cast in place concrete bridge (culvert) at Linda Creek, curb, gutter and sidewalk, concrete median, asphalt concrete placement and overlay, signing, striping, irrigation and landscaping.

 

Location: Rancho Cordova, CA

Client: City of Rancho Cordova

Construction Value: $13.3 Million

Services Provided: Full Construction Management

The project consisted of widening approximately 3.5 miles of Folsom Boulevard, constructing curb, gutter and meandering sidewalk adjacent to Regional Transit light rail system, constructing new landscaped median with stamped colored concrete, modifying and reconstructing thirteen signalized intersections with new ADA compliant ramps and signal poles, and installing a new signalized pedestrian crossing.  In addition, the work involved the installation of an extensive storm drain system, construction of a 340-foot tieback wall with architectural texture within Caltrans right-of-way, AC pavement construction, base failure removal, removal and replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalk and driveways, slurry seal, decorative street lights, fencing, installing signal interconnect, landscaping and irrigation systems, and traffic signage and striping.

 

Location: Sacramento, CA

Client: City of Sacramento Public Works Department

Construction Value: Approximately $400 Million

Services Provided: On-Call Construction Management and Inspection (Full-Time, Part-Time and Staff Augmentation)

Since 2000 SAI has been continuously selected to provide on-call inspection and construction management services for the City of Sacramento Department of Transportation (Public Works Department), Engineering Services Division, on various Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects, large private development subdivisions, and encroachment permit projects.  The work inspected included the annual slurry and cape seal program, the annual AC repair and rehabilitation projects, numerous subdivision improvement projects in the north Natomas area, arterial roadway projects and various encroachment permit projects in various areas throughout the City.

 

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Location: Vacaville, CA

Client: City of Vacaville

Construction Value: $4.2 million

Services Provided: Full Construction Management

This project involved widening 2 conventionally reinforced cast-in-place (CIP) slab-on-pile bridges and a large CIP box culvert, all on environmentally sensitive waterways, constructing 550 meters of new roadway with new curb, gutter and sidewalk, widening approximately 1000 meters of a primary arterial street, installing storm drains, water mains, sewer, AC overlays, extensive traffic control, safety lighting, striping, signing and signalization.

Location: Rancho Cordova, CA

Client: City of Rancho Cordova Public Works Department

Construction Value: $25 Million

Services Provided: On-Call Construction Management and Inspection

These projects included various Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects, private developments, and encroachment permit work.  SAI was responsible for all aspects of construction administration and inspection on the CIP projects, and for daily field inspection, quantity verification (CIP), field testing verification, plan and specification review and interpretation, troubleshooting, drafting field correspondences, coordinating between various entities, and assuring compliance with the plans, codes, standards and specifications.

 

Location: Lincoln, CA

Client: City of Lincoln Public Works Department

Construction Value: $1.5 Million

Services Provided: On-Call Construction Management and Inspection (Full-Time, Part-Time and Staff Augmentation)

Since 2014 SAI has provided on-call construction management and inspection services on a variety of projects for the City of Lincoln.  These services have been on a full-time, part-time and augmentation basis.  The projects have included Capital Improvement Program (CIP), encroachment permit and private developments, varying in size, scope and complexity.  The projects have ranged from large scale wastewater treatment plant grading and decommissioning, and annual microsurfacing and crack seal programs to local street improvements.  The work has included underground utilities, mass grading, drainage systems, pavement sections, curb, gutter and sidewalk, American with Disabilities Act (ADA) curb ramps, landscaping and other on-site and public right-of-way improvements.  The SAI Resident Engineers and Inspectors have provided project control and documentation in accordance with local agency requirements, including daily documentation on the Virtual Project Management (VPM) system.

 

Location: Sacramento, CA

Client: City of Sacramento

Construction Value: $13.5 Million

Services Provided: Project Management and Inspection

The project involved the construction of multiple highway ramps, widening of the I-5 freeway, new city streets, curb, gutter and sidewalk, landscaping, signalized intersections, street lights, several large storm drain systems, utility relocations, and a new 88 meter, 6-lane wide, cast-in-place pre-stressed (CIP/PS) concrete box girder bridge over I-5.  SAI was responsible for the roadway, embankment and utility operations, and for all phases of structure construction, including driving concrete piles, footing construction in the median of the highway, bent and abutment constuction, falsework installation and removal, bridge soffit and lost deck grading, bridge formwork, reinforcement, concrete pours, post-tensioning, bridge deck profilographing and all administrative work.

 

Location: San Diego, CA

Client: California Department of Transportation, Division of Engineering Services

Construction Value: $51.5 Million

Services Provided: Structures Inspection

SAI was tasked with providing structures inspection on various projects around the state.  This particular project was a three-mile long managed lanes project.  The structures portion of the project included the demolition and reconstruction of cast-in-place, pre-stressed (CIP/PS), concrete box girder bridges at three I-15 interchanges and the erection of thirteen retaining walls, two of which were tieback walls.  SAI was responsible for inspection of all aspects of the structure construction, including spread footing construction at each abutment, CIDH piles at the bents, temporary shoring installation, bent and abutment construction, falsework installation and removal, bridge soffit and lost deck grading, utility installation in various bays including installation and testing of waterline, bridge formwork, reinforcement, deck drains, concrete pours, post-tensioning, and bridge deck profilographing.

 

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Location: Oakland, CA

Client: Union Pacific Railroad

Construction Value: $60 million

Services Provided: Engineer-In-Charge (EIC), Inspector

The work on this 120 acre site involved 4 phases, extensive utility work, contaminated soils mitigation, track installation, building construction, and asphalt and concrete work with quantities comparable to an airport facility.

 

 

Location: Sacramento, CA

Client: City of Sacramento

Construction Value: $5.5 Million

Services Provided: Construction Inspection and Administration

The project involved extensive traffic control and phasing to accomodate the significant volume of traffic on this primary arterial street.  The work included widening the existing two-lane roadway to three or four lanes, with several turn pockets. The project included constructing a new roadway section, substantial AC pavement, unsuitable material removal, a slurry seal, extensive median and perimeter landscaping, utility relocations, storm drains, a traffic signal, street lighting, meandering walks, and various other aesthetic features.  It also involved the removal and phased reconstruction of a conventionally reinforced, slab-on-pile bridge over a sensitive water way.  Also included was dewatering the channel and installing a concrete channel lining.

 

Location: Stockton, CA

Client: City of Stockton

Construction Value: $11.3 Million

Services Provided: Full Construction Administration and Inspection

The project improvements included approximately 4 miles of road widening from 4 lanes to 8 lanes on Hammer Lane and West Lane, removal and construction of several thousand feet of concrete curb, gutter, sidewalk, commercial driveways and handicap ramps, construction of approximately 4,000 lineal feet of precast concrete decorative soundwall, installation of storm drain pipe, catch basins, manholes, fire hydrants, water and sewer services, street lighting and deep lift asphalt paving, asphalt overlay and microsurfacing.  In addition, seven intersections were completely updated with new signals and street lighting, interconnecting, and stamped and colored treated asphalt pavement.  Extensive median landscaping and irrigation activities were also performed consisting of installing valves, irrigation lines, tree wells, and trees throughout project limits.

Location: Oakland, CA

Client: Woodland, CA

Construction Value: ~$20 Million

Services Provided: Full Construction Administration and Inspection

The infrastructure improvements for the private residential developments included five (5) subdivisions, with five (5) different developers, with over 700 new homes as part of Phase 1 of the SLDCFD.  The final build out will eventually serve over 1500 new homes.  Inspection of all improvements included all dry utilities, an extensive water supply system which included a 12" ductile iron pipe network, services, fire hydrants, and other appurtenances, 4" to 8" sanitary sewer collectors and services to depths of 20', 12" to 36" RCP storm drainage improvements, all manholes, and all street improvements, which include rough to finish grading, lime treatment, AC paving, curb, gutter, sidewalks, ADA compliant curb ramps, bike paths, street lights, sound-walls and landscaping.

Location: Galt to Elk Grove, CA

Client: Union Pacific Railroad Company

Construction Value: $8 Million

Services Provided: Full Construction Management

The Fresno Subdivision track improvements consisted of building a siding track along 6 miles of the existing single mainline track, in three separate locations.  The grade for the new siding track required approximately six to eight feet of embankment, twenty to thirty feet wide from the centerline of the existing track.  Compaction of imported material and drainage for the new fill was a major concern for this operation.  The construction operation was also required several at grade crossings to be installed for the contractors haul routes, as well as permanent at grade crossings.  The track work also involved extensive switch and realignment work on the mainline.  Several structures were also built, including widening of two 100' long bridges, which consisted of driving piles and extensive concrete work for the foundations and piers.  Two 12'x12' pre-cast concrete box culverts replaced an existing bridge.  Also several smaller bridges were abandoned with CMP culverts being installed in their place.  There were also existing sewer lines that were abandoned and realigned outside of the track right of way.