OAB This Week

Oakland Global - Logistics Cluster

Oakland Global Funding Partners

Oakland Global Design Team

Oakland Global Infrastructure Construction Team

Master Plan

Saturday, 14 January 2017 01:08

Infrastructre Team

Saturday, 14 January 2017 01:04

TTGF

Saturday, 14 January 2017 01:04

CCIG

Saturday, 14 January 2017 01:03

Bridging Phase

Saturday, 14 January 2017 00:03

Design Build Phase

Saturday, 14 January 2017 00:02

ACTC

Monday, 23 December 2013 01:40

ACTC

In 2016, the Alameda Transportation Commission approved and allocated a $41 million grant from 2014 Measure BB funds to the City of Oakland for the construction of Public Roadway Improvements at the former Oakland Army Base.

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Port of Oakland

Saturday, 21 June 2014 18:10

Port of Oakland 

The OAB TCIF grant agreement requires the Port of Oakland and City of Oakland to match their grant allocations with at least an equal amount of local, federal, or private investment in the OAB. The Port is providing $15.7 million in local match funding.

The Port of Oakland exemplifies a unique combination of public/private endeavors. It encompasses a world-class container port, a thriving airport, an array of retail and commercial buildings and acres of recreational and open space. The Port of Oakland, through its policies and its tenants' activities, supports approximately 50,000 jobs in the Northern California mega region and impacts about 827,000 jobs nationwide.

Governed by a Board of Port Commissioners, nominated by the mayor of Oakland and appointed by a vote of the City Council, the Port of Oakland occupies an important place in the local and regional economy. The Port employs 465 dedicated and skilled professionals and generates thousands more jobs for local residents and businesses.

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TAB 11

Thursday, 20 June 2013 23:51

Contractor Opportunities

The Oakland Global team is reaching out to the local community in an attempt to find contractors interested in working on the redevelopment of the Oakland Army Base (OAB) infrastructure, what we call "horizontal work". This work involves reconstruction of the existing infrastructure, that is now 70 years old, to support new building development in the future. Construction of buildings is not part of this project. There will be "horizontal" work in the following trades: Grading, Paving, Concrete, Electrical, Demolition, Hazmat Abatement, Environmental Remediation, Trenching, Underground Utilities, Wharf Repair Work, Rail work, Wicking, Dynamic Compaction, Trucking, Landscaping, Fencing, Traffic Signals, Street Lighting and Signage.

We are working on developing a grand list of contractors in the local area and want to make sure that we are reaching out to all interested parties that may not be on obvious contractor listings. Completion of the trade questionnaire (link to trade questionnaire) would be helpful to us as it will notify us of your interest in the Project. Answering the questions will not automatically qualify or disqualify you but, again, announce to us your interest so that we can follow up with you to have discussions about your interest, capacity and qualifications.

Our outreach is intended to ultimately distribute work of the Project, as much as possible, to local businesses that qualify for contracts under provisions and requirements of the City of Oakland. Our Team has had a lot of success in the past with fulfilling City goals on local participation and it is our desire to repeat our performance.

We anticipate the start of construction in the Fall of 2013 which means a bidding process in the Spring of 2013.  Please let us know your interest by filling out the questionnaire and if you have further questions about prequalification, contact Carlos Mendoza, Turner Construction 510-506-7523. 

 

For more information about current OAB job opportunities, please visit the West Oakland Job Resource Center website.

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ACUMEN

Wednesday, 02 January 2013 21:42

 

Our Experience

Acumen is a fast growing professional consulting firm. Our diverse team of experts specialize in transportation system solutions and infrastructure professional consulting services. Acumen is focused on transit-systems engineering, construction management and operations and maintenance of major systems for transit, heavy rail, schools and hospitals. We are a small, flexible firm with California roots, a global reach and, when it comes to client support, oversized goals. Acumen is headquartered in Oakland, CA and now has more than 40 employees in locations throughout the United States from Hawaii to Washington, DC. Acumen is certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise with multiple state agencies across the nation. Acumen's mission is to improve operational efficiency for construction, transportation, and utility organizations around the world through professional consulting services, innovative technology, and high-performance solutions.

Acumen's clients run the gamut from super-sized transportation agencies such as the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, to private corporations including AECOM, HDR, Jacobs Engineering, Parsons Brinckerhoff and Visa International. Acumen supports a wide array of local and state government initiatives with top-flight engineering, cost-effective project controls, scheduling, cost estimating and groundbreaking technology implementation.

Role in Project

Acumen Building Enterprise, Inc. is providing scheduling services for redevelopment of the Oakland Army Base during the master planning phase. The scheduling service includes creating the initial baseline design schedule, preparing the preliminary overall project schedule, monitoring the design progress, and updating the design schedule as necessary. Acumen is using Oracle Primavera P6R8.1 to complete these tasks.

Website: www.acumentransit.com

 

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