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|The Partners at HERWITt have each spent more
than 12 years providing various levels of engineering construction support
services for projects ranging from the $1 million City of Brentwood
Booster pump station to the $ 48 million City of Fresno 68 mgd expansion
project. Along with every day
document tracking they have reviewed and responded to over 1,500 shop
drawings, 2,000 requests for information, 400 change orders, and performed
over 300 weekly and specialty inspections. They
have negotiated contract time and cost changes for change orders, contract
extensions, unforeseen conditions, and owner requested changes. They bring a partnered approach to working with the Owner and
the Contractor to maintain project quality, while expediting construction
issues and decisions to maintain project schedule.
Engineering was the third party construction manager for the
7 million dollar Lone Tree Way Expansion and
Fairview Avenue Flood Control Improvements
project. This include widening Lone Tree Lane from two to
six lanes and constructing a
regional flood control basin with backbone infrastructure.
Tasks included managing construction change orders between the
Cities of Antioch and Brentwood ,
private developers and the contractor.
Successfully managed construction to complete key milestones in
time for major regional
retailers to meet opening dates.
included 60 days of rain, plan
sets from three different design engineers, Burrowing Owl Fish
and Game issues, PG&E
and Utilities underground right of way conflicts,
and over 1 million dollars in changeorders.
Engineering was the third
party construction management for the construction of the 5 million
dollar Lone Tree Retail Center in the City of Brentwood.
Successfully managed construction to completion in time for
center opening date, despite significant weather related delays. and
simultaneous structure and civil site construction.
Engineering performed third
party construction support for the town of Discovery Bay's
2.1 million gallon per day, 9
million dollar wastewater treatment
plant expansion . Work
included shop drawing review, answering
RFIs, change order processing, and
claims settlement support. Facilities
constructed included Headworks , Secondary
Clarifier, Oxidation Ditch, sludge
and water pump stations
and Ultraviolet Disinfection Facilities. Challenges included a
complicated construction sequencing
and integration of Developer
supplied equipment and piping
between two different
treatment facilities on
opposite sides of Highway 4.