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Burlingame has a reputation as a well-managed city with a focus on providing superior service to the community. The city’s departments and divisions all deliver high-quality services that enhance the quality of life for citizens.
Burlingame Police Station HVAC Improvements, City Project No. 84330
The work 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. Read More
Easton Addition, Ray Park and Neighborhood Sewer Rehabilitation, Phase 2, City Project No. 84191
The work consisted of constructing approximately 2,600 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.Read More
Neighborhood Storm Drain #10, City Project No. 84900
The project consists of construction of new storm drain intlets, 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.Read More
Neighborhood Storm Drain #9, City Project No. 84780
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.Read More
Parking Lot Resurfacing, City Project No. 84650 & 83620
The project consists of parking lot reconstruction at various City lots. Construction work includes, but is not limited to sawcutting and demolition, pavement removal, earthwork, pavement installation, storm drain installation and striping.Read More
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 is $200,000.Read More
South of Rollins Road Utility Improvements, Phase 1, City Project No. 83520
This was the first phase of a three-phased project in a subdivision along the southern end of Rollins Road. The work consisted of installing new water mains and new sanitary sewer mains in the City of Burlingame.Read More
Summit Drive Culvert Repair, City Project No. 84100
The project consisted 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...Read More
The work consisted of temporary bypass of stream flows, excavation, removal of portions of existing corrugated metal pipe, installation of new storm drain pipe, concrete work to construct support for structure, backfill & repaving.Read More