Capital Improvement Projects 2014

Capital Improvement Projects 2014
A Snapshot of Current Construction Activity in the
City of Irvine
Rehabilitation of Campus Drive
• Replacement of deteriorated asphalt roadway,
sidewalk, curbs, median landscape and irrigation
• Replacement of 140 mature Camphor trees
• Target Completion Date – April 2014
I405 Landscaping and Monument Signs at Jamboree Road
• Installation of gateway signage and new
landscaping along both directions of I405
at Jamboree
• Target Completion Date – September 2014
Widening of Barranca Parkway at Jamboree Road
• Add additional lane on
northbound Jamboree south
of Barranca
• Target Completion Date –
July 2017
Barranca Parkway at The District
• Add additional travel lane
on westbound Barranca
adjacent to The District
Shopping Center
• Target Completion Date –
April 2014
John Wayne Airport Jet Fuel Line
• Install a fuel pipeline connecting John Wayne Airport
to existing Kinder Morgan pipeline in the City of
• Target Completion Date – To Be Determined
Southern California Gas Company Advance Meter Project
• Installation of infrastructure to transmit
usage data directly from the meter to the
• Target Completion Date – May 2015
Sand Canyon Grade Separation Project
• Lowering Sand Canyon under the railroad to provide
a grade separated crossing
• Realignment and widening of the roadway from four
to six lanes
• Target Completion Date – November 2014
Sand Canyon/I5 Widening Project
• Add additional travel lane in each direction between
Burt Road and northbound freeway on/off-ramps
• Additional lanes to southbound freeway off-ramp and
northbound freeway on/off-ramps
• Target Completion Date – July 2014
Jeffrey Open Space Trail
• Construction of three pedestrian overcrossings at
Irvine Blvd, Trabuco, and Roosevelt.
• Provides continuous path along the Jeffrey Open
Space Trail for bicyclists and pedestrians
• Target Completion Date - August 2014
Orange County Great Park – 688 Acres
• 5-year proposal to
build 688 acres of
– Sports Park
– Bosque Area
– Upper Bee Canyon
– Wildlife Corridor
– Golf Course
– Agricultural Area
– Trail Improvements
Brian King, Public Works Administrator
[email protected]
(949) 724-7308