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Capital Improvement Projects

Bids and Request for Proposals

Hillside Skyview Exterior Coating, City Project 82780

SCOPE:  The project shall consist of coating the outside reservoirs with a waterproofing membrane heavy pedestrian traffic system. The work consists of power washing and preparing the surface to a Concrete Surface Profile CSP-3 minimum, repair spall areas, level ponding areas, cut rebar, chip concrete back, caulk control joints and cracks, caulk all pipe penetrations and conduits, applying additional base coat on rough concrete areas before applying the waterproofing membrane heavy pedestrian traffic system. 

The Engineer's estimate for this project is $189,000.

A non-mandatory pre-bid meeting associated with this project will be held on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, at 10 A.M., at City Hall, 501 Primrose Road, Conference Room B, Burlingame, California.

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PLANHOLDER'S LIST

ATTENTION: Interested Contractors are required to purchase a complete set of plans and specifications from City of Burlingame in order to be listed on the project planholders list and to be eligible to bid on this project.  It is the responsibility of the bidder to confirm the existence of any and all addenda.

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS

El Portal and Trousdale Channel Rehabilitation, City Project No. 83230

SCOPE:
 
 Project work includes but is not necessarily limited to construction of channel improvements, as shown and described in the project plans and specifications below. The Engineer’s estimate for the work is $1,391,000.

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PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS (For viewing only)

Sanchez Lagoon Flap Gates, City Project No. 84740

SCOPE:
  Project work includes but is not necessarily limited to installation of flap gates at storm drain outfalls in Sanchez Lagoon, as shown and described in the project plans and specifications.  The Engineer’s estimate for the work is $200,000.

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PLANS
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California Drive Roundabout, City Project No. 83920

PROJECT SCOPE
: This project consists of the realignment of California Drive at Bellevue Avenue and Lorton Avenue for the construction of a traffic roundabout circle at this three-way, extended intersection. It will include construction of bicycle and pedestrian facilities to facilitate safe access and flow of all three transportation modes (walking, bicycling, and driving). After the installation of the Roundabout, the street will be resurfaced between Oak Grove Avenue and Burlingame Avenue.
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 501 Primrose Road, Burlingame, California, until 2:00 P.M., on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, and will, at 2:00 P.M. on that date, be publicly opened and read at City Hall, in Conference Room B. 

Plans and Specifications covering the work may be obtained by prospective bidders upon application and a cash, check, or credit card non-refundable deposit of $125.00, or $150.00 if contract documents are mailed (USPS only), at Public Works Engineering, 501 Primrose Road, Burlingame, CA 94010. 

There was mandatory pre-bid meeting on Tuesday, January 23, 2018, at 10:00 A.M. in Conference Room A at City Hall. Please click here to view the sign-in sheet.   The revised bid opening date is Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 2:00 P.M.

ENGINEERS ESTIMATE: $2.9 MILLION

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ATTENTION: Interested Contractors are required to purchase a complete set of plans and specifications from City of Burlingame in order to be listed on the project planholders list and to be eligible to bid on this project.  It is the responsibility of the bidder to confirm the existence of any and all addenda.

PROJECT PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS (For viewing only)

ADDENDUM NO. 1

ADDENDUM NO. 2

ADDENDUM NO. 3

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The project goal is to implement Traffic Calming measures by addressing an existing pedestrian and bicycling safety concern brought on by complicated intersection traffic movements, with the lack of clear right-of-way determination between pedestrians, bicycles, and vehicles. The project components include:

  • Median islands with “Green Streets” sustainable landscaping and storm drainage management system;
  • Comprehensive inclusion of “Complete Streets” components to better facilitate pedestrian and bicycle access;
  • Fully designed traffic roundabout;
  • Yield signs and traffic channelizers at all entry approaches of roundabout to regulate and deflect traffic into proper one-way counterclockwise flow;
  • Roadway realignment and grading to accommodate the planned geometric curvature of the road to slow entry of high speed vehicles;
  • Highlighted pedestrian crosswalks;
  • New handicap access ramps; and
  • Bikeway improvements such as Class I or Class II bike lanes, with shared-lane markings (SHARROWS) as an absolute minimum; and
  • Resurface California Drive between Oak Grove Avenue and Burlingame Avenue. 

California Drive Roundabout, City Project No. 83920

The project schedule is as follows:

 Nov. 2017   Constructibility review
 Dec. 2017   Design Completion
 Jan. 2018   Project will be advertised for bidding
 Feb. 2018   Bid Opening
 Mar. 2018   Project will be awarded by City Council
 Apr. 2018   Contractor submittal review
 May 2018   Start of Construction
 Dec. 2018   Estimated completion of the project
2017-2018 Traffic Data Collection (Professional Consultant Services)
2018 Street Resurfacing Project (Professional Engineering Design Services)
Easton Addition and Neighborhood Sewer Rehabilitation, Phase 3, City Project No. 84192
UPDATED November 28, 2017

PROJECT SCOPE: The work shall consist of constructing approximately 3,175 LF of new 8-inch sanitary sewer pipe throughout the Easton Addition neighborhood using open cut, pipe bursting, and pipe reaming in the public right-of-way, along easement areas, and in private properties. Other related work includes installation and replacement of manholes, cleanouts and laterals by pipe bursting, or open cut, rehabilitation of manholes, temporary bypass pumping, connecting all laterals, and other related miscellaneous works.

Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 501 Primrose Road, Burlingame, California, until 2:00 P.M., on Tuesday, December 19, 2017. Sealed bids will be publicly opened and read at 2:00 P.M. on that date in City Hall Conference Room "B", in the City of Burlingame, San Mateo County, California.

Plans and Specifications covering the work may be obtained by prospective bidders upon application and a cash or check, non-refundable deposit of $70.00, or $75.00 if contract documents are mailed (USPS only), at Public Works Engineering, 501 Primrose Road, Burlingame, CA 94010.

No pre-bid meeting is scheduled or required.

ENGINEER'S ESTIMATE: $1,690,000

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PROJECT PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS (For viewing only)

PLANHOLDER'S LIST

BID SUMMARY

Projects Under Construction

2016-2017 Street Resurfacing Program, City Project No. 84470
City Project No. 84470
Project Scope: The work consists of street base failure repair, and resurfacing on various City streets within the City limits. Several different types of activities will be used including asphalt concrete "dig-out" repairs, asphalt concrete overlay, paving fabric installation, catch basin installation, reconstruction, curb and gutter repair, surface milling, traffic markings and striping, curb drains, traffic control, concrete base repair and other related work.

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BID SUMMARY (Bid Opening 3/14/17 at 2 PM)

Burlingame Police Station HVAC Improvements Project, City Project No. 84330
City Project No. 84330
Project Scope: The work shall consists of replacing existing HVAC systems that have reached the end of their useful life and providing a more energy efficient direct digital control system for the Burlingame Police Station. The engineer’s estimate for this work is $650,000 for the base bid.

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ADDENDUM NO. 1 (DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 12/13/16)

PLANHOLDERS LIST (AS OF FRIDAY, 11/18/16)

Broadway - US 101 Interchange Reconstruction Project, City Project 83550

This project consists of the reconstruction of the existing Broadway/US-101 interchange, which was originally constructed in 1947. The project will provide improvements to Broadway, US-101 on- and off-ramps, Rollins Road, Bayshore Highway, and Airport Boulevard. The project will also reduce traffic congestion, enhance bicycle and pedestrian access and safety, and improve performance of the Broadway Interchange by improving traffic movements and access around the interchange. 

The new interchange will be a seven-lane Broadway overcrossing approximately 170 feet to the north of the existing four-lane structure. Broadway will be realigned to extend straight across US-101 from the Broadway/Rollins Road intersection on the west to Bayshore Highway on the east. The northern terminus of Airport Boulevard would be moved approximately 100 feet to the north to meet the new overcrossing. The existing on- and off-ramps would be replaced. The project would retain the existing pedestrian overcrossing just south of Broadway and provide additional pedestrian and bicycle improvements at the new interchange itself. The total length of the project is 0.76 mile (from mile post 16.30 to 17.06). 

In summary the proposed project will include the following elements: 
- Replacement of the Broadway overcrossing with a wider structure; 
- Reconfiguration of all ramp connections to US-101 in the north and southbound directions; 
- Installation of ramp meters on the north and southbound on-ramps to US-101; 
- New retaining walls to minimize right-of-way impacts; 
- Reconfiguration of Rollins Road and Broadway intersections; 
- Installation of new traffic signals; 
- Profile grade changes to meet current design standards; 
- New sidewalks and bike lanes for pedestrian and bicycle safety; and 
- New bio swales with landscaping and irrigation to drain and stabilize propose

For additional details, please contact the Caltrans Public Information Officer at (510) 286-5574.

General Construction Information Presentation - October 2014

Caltrans Traffic Advisory - February 9, 2015
- US Route 101 Pile Driving in Burlingame

Caltrans Traffic Advisory - July 17, 2015
- Construction Update Traffic Detour for US 101/Broadway Interchange Project

Caltrans Construction Update - February 18, 2016
- Phase 3 of U.S. 101/Broadway Interchange Project

Closure Notice and Construction Update - April 20 and 21, 2017
- Phase 4 of U.S. 101/Broadway Interchange Project

Bayfront ADA Improvements, City Project No. 83840
CITY PROJECT NO. 83840

Project Scope: The work shall consist of removing and replacing sidewalk, driveway, curb ramps, curb and gutter and associated restoration work.

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Carolan Avenue Complete Streets, City Project No. 83680
City Project No. 83680
The City of Burlingame plans to modify Carolan Avenue between Broadway and Oak Grove Avenue from a four-lane roadway (two lanes in each direction) with Class III bicycle routes into a two-lane roadway with a third center turn-lane and new Class II dedicated bicycle lanes. Project work would include removal of existing lane striping, full roadway resurfacing, installation of new lane striping, updating existing ADA ramps, installation of new ADA ramps, removal of in-pavement crosswalk lighting and replacement with flashing beacons and new marked crosswalks, construction of bulb-out curbs with associated storm drainage facilities, and landscaping.

Addendum No. 1 issued April 25, 2017. See secured plans and specs for details.

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PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS

PLANHOLDER'S LIST

4/18/17 MANDATORY PRE-BID SIGN-IN SHEET

Easton Addition, Ray Park and Neighborhood Sewer Rehabilitation (Phase 2), City Project No. 84191
City Project No. 84191
Project Scope: The work shall consist of constructing approximately 2,600 LF of new 6-inch and 8-inch sanitary sewer pipe and 15-inch storm drain pipe throughout the City using open cut, pipe bursting, and pipe reaming in the public right-of-way, along easement areas, and in private properties. Other related work includes installation and replacement of manholes, cleanouts and laterals by pipe bursting or open cut, rehabilitation of manholes, temporary bypass pumping, connecting all laterals, and other related miscellaneous work.

GEOTECHNICAL REPORT

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BID SUMMARY

Neighborhood Storm Drain #9, City Project No. 84780
City Project No. 84780
Project Scope: construction of new storm drain inlets, storm drain mains, curbs and gutters, sidewalk, valley gutters, curb ramps, driveway approaches, and replacement of existing storm drain facilities in public right of ways and storm drain easements, in areas shown on the project drawings. The Engineer’s Estimate for the work is $750,000.

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SECURED PLANS & SPECS (including any and all addendums)

PLANHOLDER'S LIST

South of Rollins Road Area Improvements Phase 1, City Project 83520
South Rollins Road Utility Improvements, Phase 1, City Project No. 83520

Engineer's Estimate: $2,790,000

Project Scope: This is the first phase of a three-phase project in subdivision along southern end of Rollins Road. The work shall consist of installing new water mains and new sanitary sewer mains in the City of Burlingame. Water main improvements consist of approximately 3,840 linear feet of new 8-inch, 443 linear feet of new 6-inch, and 103 linear feet of new 4-inch Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Ductile Iron water main on South Rollins Road between Corbitt Drive and Humboldt Road. The existing 4-inch and 6-inch water mains will be abandoned in place. The construction method is anticipated to be conventional open trench and the water main will typically be installed at three to five feet depth of cover.

The sanitary sewer work shall consist of approximately 660 linear feet of new 12-inch, 250 linear feet of new 10-inch, 100 linear feet of new 6-inch, and 390 linear feet of new 4-inch Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC SDR26) sewer mains along with 4 new manholes on South Rollins Road between the lift station at 399 Rollins Road and Humboldt Road. The existing 12-inch and 10-inch sewer mains will be removed to install the increased size mains. The construction method is anticipated to be conventional open trench and the sewer main will be installed at the current depth as the existing sewer system.

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BID SUMMARY

Projects Completed

El Camino Real Water Main Improvements Project, City Project No. 83510
EL CAMINO REAL WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT

CITY PROJECT NO. 83510

Project Scope: The work consists of installing approximately 2,900 linear feet of new 4-inch, 6-inch, 8-inch and 10-inch Ductile Iron (DI) water main on El Camino Real, between Broadway and Hillside Drive; El Camino Real at Ray Drive/Rosedale Avenue; and El Camino Real at Murchison Drive in the City of Burlingame, together with all service connections, valves, fittings, fire hydrants, and appurtenances and other work required to make a complete and operable system. The existing water mains will be abandoned in place. The construction method is anticipated to be conventional open trench. The Engineer’s Estimate for this work is $1,300,000.

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PLANHOLDERS LIST FOR 83510

Miscellaneous Reservoir and Pump Station Improvements Project, City Project No. 84200
MISCELLANEOUS RESERVOIR AND PUMP STATION IMPROVEMENTS

CITY PROJECT NO. 84200

Project Scope: The work shall consist of installing a new Pump Station Control House with associated electrical equipment and site improvements - remove existing wood retaining wall and install a new concrete retaining wall, provide new asphalt concrete pathways, remove existing pump control house and construct new Pump control house with concrete block walls on a concrete foundation and relocating, reconnecting and testing all the electrical, control and instrumentation equipment, and traffic control at Hillside Reservoir on 2832 Hillside Drive in the City of Burlingame; and installing a City-furnished Wash Pad electrolier on a new concrete foundation, underground conduit and wire, light switch and connections to the existing 277/ 480V electric service cabinet at the Waste Water Treatment Plant on 1103 Airport Blvd in the City of Burlingame.

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PLANHOLDERS LIST FOR 84200

Easton Addition, Ray Park, and Neighborhood Sewer Rehab, Phase 1, City Project No. 84190
EASTON ADDITION, RAY PARK, AND NEIGHBORHOOD SEWER REHABILITATION PROJECT PHASE 1

CITY PROJECT NO. 84190

Project Scope: The work shall consist of constructing approximately 5,850 LF of new 6-inch, 8-inch through 10-inch sanitary sewer pipe and 12-inch storm drain pipe throughout the City using open cut, pipe bursting, and other trenchless methods in the public right-of-way, along easement areas, and in private properties. Other related work includes installation and replacement of manholes, cleanouts and laterals by pipe bursting, or open cut, rehabilitation of manholes, temporary bypass pumping, connecting all laterals, rehabilitation of two pump stations, and other related miscellaneous works.

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PLANHOLDERS LIST FOR 84190

GEOTECHNICAL SOIL REPORT

Summit Drive Culvert Repair, City Project No. 84100 
City Project No. 84100
Project Scope: The project consists of potholing existing utilities at least three weeks prior to mobilizing to site, temporary bypass of stream flows, new curb inlet, excavation, removal of portions of existing corrugated metal pipe (CMP), installation of new storm drain culvert and a new storm drain line, cast-in-place concrete transition collar with sealing gasket, thrust blocks, temporary caps and blowoff, ductile iron potable water pipe, ductile iron fittings, dechlorination of potable water, disinfection of potable water pipe and fittings, repaving of trenches in areas shown on the project drawings, hydroseeding and revegetation. The Engineer’s Estimate for the work is $130,000.

Addendum No. 1 issued April 17, 2017. See secured plans and specs for details.

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PLANHOLDER'S LIST

4/20/17 MANDATORY PRE-BID SIGN-IN SHEET

BID SUMMARY (Bid Opening 4/27/17 at 2 PM)

Vancouver Bridge Repair, City Project No. 82580
City Project No. 82580
Project Scope: The work consists of temporary bypass of stream flows, excavation, removal of portions of existing corrugated metal pipe (CMP), installation of new storm drain pipe, concrete work to construct support for structure, backfill and repaving, complete in place. The Engineer’s estimate for the work is $140,000.

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BID SUMMARY

Projects Under Design/Study

Broadway Grade Separation Study, City Project 82540

Introduction 
Broadway is a major gateway to the City of Burlingame with direct connections to commercial, retail and hotel services, and Highway 101. The high traffic volumes at the at-grade railroad crossing result in some of the worst traffic congestion in the region. This at-grade railroad crossing needs improved traffic safety and circulation; reduced congestion; and increased operational efficiency. The Broadway Grade Separation project will develop and evaluate options for a grade separation at the Broadway / Railroad Crossing in Burlingame to alleviate these issues. 

Background 
The railroad along the San Francisco Bay Area’s peninsula was originally constructed in the 1860’s and the grade crossing at Broadway was built in the early 1900’s. Due to population growth, an increase in traffic and train volumes, the grade crossing has become unsafe and less efficient. Within the vicinity of the existing railroad crossing, Broadway has six traffic lanes of varying widths between 10 and 12 feet. There are no shoulders or bicycle lanes, and each side of Broadway has sidewalks that vary from six to eight feet in width. 

Broadway serves the region from US 101 with direct connections to the downtown Broadway commercial district, Rollins Road industrial area, auto dealerships, and numerous hotels and hospitality services along the bay front. As a result of these services and amenities, traffic volumes on Broadway are high. Over 70,000 vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists use Broadway on a daily basis. The average traffic during the weekday afternoon peak was recorded to be around 324 seconds (5.4 minutes). By 2040, and without any improvements, that delay would increase to 1,450 seconds (24.2 minutes). This results in significant traffic back-ups on Broadway, California Drive, and onto the US 101 ramps. These conditions are further exacerbated by gate down times from the frequent Caltrain commuter trains.

Currently, there are a total of 92 Caltrain trains every weekday. Based on Caltrain projections, the weekday volumes are expected to more than double to 220 trains by 2040. In addition Union Pacific freight trains run along this corridor typically at night when Caltrain is not in service.

In addition, with over 10,000 at-grade crossings in all of California, Broadway is currently ranked as #2 high priority project statewide, and #1 in Northern California, by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for grade separation priority. 

Purpose and Need 

The project’s purpose is to develop and evaluate alternatives for a grade separation at the Broadway railroad crossing in the City of Burlingame. Goals of the project include:

• Remove the at-grade crossing at Broadway, to improve safety and circulation for pedestrians, bicyclists, and vehicles by eliminating conflicts with trains. 

• Improve traffic operations by reducing queuing times, consequently improving traffic flow along adjacent streets and intersections at Broadway, California Drive, Carolan Avenue, and Rollins Road. 

• Improve access to/from local destinations including the residential and business communities within the project region. 

• Improve bicycle and pedestrian access/circulation within the project limits. 

• Reduce traffic congestion, which will result in lower motor vehicle emissions. 

• Offer an opportunity to provide a gateway entrance into the City of Burlingame. 
 

Project Location Map

project location map

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Community Outreach

1st Community Meeting - March 11, 2015
Click to view the flyer, Summary of Meeting, Exhibits Part I, Exhibits Part II and the meeting Presentation. 

2nd Community Meeting - September 16, 2015
Click here to view the Summary of Meeting and Exhibit Boards.

City Council Meeting - January 19, 2016
Click to view the full Presentation and / or the 3D animated Conceptual Broadway - Burlingame Bridge Design extracted from page 30 of the presentation. Please note the 3D video will not play while viewing the presentation, you must use the separate link provided above.

3rd Community Meeting - March 31, 2016 
Click here to view the full Presentation and Preliminary FAQ's. Please note the 3D videos for Alternative A and Alternative Bwill not play automatically, you must click on the slide or use the links provided here.

For further information or if you have feedback you would like to share regarding Alternatives A and B, please email broadwaygradesep@burlingame.org. 

California Drive Complete Streets, City Project 84540
Background

With the increase in traffic and bicyclists using California Drive, specifically north of Broadway, the community has raised concerns about safety along the corridor. The City has installed various safety improvements, including driver feedback signs, bicycle signage, as well as shared-lane markings in both directions (SHARROWS). Although these improvements have made a positive impact, members of the community continue to be concerned about the safety of bicyclists. In order to address these concerns, the City Council has expressed interest in exploring viable options to provide a more improved and safer bicycle facility along the corridor, particularly north of Broadway.

The City Council approved and provided funding to conduct a feasibility study. This study will determine the feasibility of building a Class I Bicycle Facility along the railroad tracks. In addition to determining if a Class I Bicycle Facility is a feasible option, the study will explore other potential options.

Purpose and Need

The project goal is to review potential bicycle safety improvements along California Drive from Murchison Drive to Broadway, by addressing an existing pedestrian and bicycling safety as well as traffic calming concerns brought on by vehicles speeding along California Drive. The design concept components may include:

• Comprehensive inclusion of “Complete Streets” components to better facilitate pedestrian and bicycle access;
• Options which will preserve existing on-street parking;
• Options which either maintain or have provisions to re-plant the trees along the corridor;
• Design concept of a multi-use path between the California Drive and the Caltrain railroad track (Class I bicycle facility);
• Design concept of striped bicycle lanes in the northbound and southbound directions (Class II bicycle facility);
• Design concept showing the addition of traffic circles and bulbouts along portions of California Drive to reduce vehicular speeds to enhance the existing shared-lane markings (Class III bicycle facility).

The first two community meetings for the public to learn about the new California Drive Complete Street was held on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, and then on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. To learn more about the project and what was discussed at each community meeting, the presentation and the station boards have been provided below for each.

Community Outreach

1st Community Meeting – July 26, 2016
Community Meeting #1 Presentation
Community Meeting #1 Station #1 Boards
Community Meeting #1 Station #2 Boards
Community Meeting #1 Station #3 Boards

2nd Community Meeting – January 24, 2017
Community Meeting #2 Presentation
Community Meeting #2 Station Boards #1-#3
Community Meeting #2 Design Concept Plan #1
Community Meeting #2 Design Concept Plan #2
Community Meeting #2 Design Concept Plan #3

CEQA Documents

Draft Initial Study and Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) for the Rehabilitation of El Portal/Trousdale Channel and Nine Flap Gates on Sanchez Lagoon Project