Neighborhood Storm Drain Project #11
This project is a part of a series of projects identified as part of the Storm Drainage Master Plan to improve drainage and minimize localized flooding. The project locations are in the Mills Estates and Easton Addition areas and a few locations near Oak Grove Avenue.
Scope: The work consisted of storm drain, sidewalk repairs, and improvements in the City of Burlingame. Various storm drain inlets had the frame and grate or catch basin and grate replaced. Inlets with new catch basins installed had new stub-outs installed or apron enlargements. Additionally, a portion of inlets with frame and grate replacements also had apron enlargements. At the intersection of Ray Drive and Balboa Way, two inlets were relocated and three stretches of new storm drain pipe were installed. This intersection also had new ADA compliant curb ramps and crosswalk installed. A storm drain manhole were replaced on Bernal Avenue.
Four curb ramps, including Ray Drive, were installed across two intersections, and approximately 320 feet of valley gutter and 596 feet of curb and gutter were installed at various sites. Existing asphalt pavement were sawcut and repaved adjacent to the curb ramp or gutter work. Driveways were rebuilt or repaired where new curb installations affected the existing driveways.