This Thursday, the Southeast Working Group will be asked to discuss how the new sewer facilities at the Southeast Plant should be integrated into the community, and their aesthetic look and feel. For more information, visit sfwater.org.
This will be the first of several meetings regarding this topic in the community as the SFPUC continues planning for upgrades to the digesters and other improvements at the Southeast Plant. This meeting will focus on the look and feel of new Plant facilities.
When: Thursday, November 20, 2014
Time: 6:00 – 7:30pm
Location: Southeast Community Facility, Alex Pitcher Room, 1800 Oakdale Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124
*SEWG meetings will be held on as-needed basis. Regularly scheduled meetings will be held between 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Southeast Community Facility in the Alex Pitcher Room located at 1800 Oakdale unless otherwise noted. Meetings are open to the public.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) Southeast Working Group (SEWG) was created to provide a public forum to discuss the SFPUC projects and activities in the Southeast. The goal is to work with residents, businesses, community organizations and others to help build a better Southeast community.
MISSION BAY NORTH – N4P3 (#214183)
360 Berry Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
INVITATION TO BID
Suffolk Construction Company, Inc., (General Contractor) is requesting bids for alltrades, except the following that are already bid, for the N4P3 (Project) Project. For more information please click here.
New Contracting Opportunities in Green Infrastructure Construction
As part of the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP), the SFPUC is building eight innovative green infrastructure projects throughout the City in the next few years. As the SFPUC upgrades its aging combined sewer system, the SFPUC will integrate a mix of green (landscape and streetscape projects to manage stormwater) and grey (pipes, pump stations and other facilities) infrastructure projects to improve its sewer system. This marks the beginning of many green and grey infrastructure projects that will be built over the next 20 years as part of the SSIP.
While these projects require new skills, they open the door to new opportunities for many contractors. The opportunities for green infrastructure work will increase because private developers are also required to incorporate green infrastructure into their projects.
Find out how your company can participate in upcoming green infrastructure projects including upcoming contracts with the City.
WHEN: May 20th and June 3rd, 2014
3:30 – 4:30 PM
WHERE: SFPUC Contractors Assistance Center
5 Thomas Mellon Circle, Suite 168, San Francisco, CA 94134
Registration to Follow/Space is Limited. Click here to RSVP.