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San Francisco CA (Pier 36 Removal) (C)



SAN FRANCISCO, CA (PIERS)
CONSTRUCTION

Project location and description

The project, which is located on the industrial waterfront of San Francisco Bay, will remove or rehabilitate Piers 30-32, 35, 36, 70 (including wharves 7 and 8), and 80, substantially in accordance with the Port of San Francisco’s waterfront redevelopment plan.  The first phase of the project is to remove the deteriorated Pier 36. Built in 1909 of both reinforced concrete and wood elements.   Pier 36 was originally 721-feet long and 201-feet wide. Removal of Pier 36 will allow a new public park to be constructed in the South Beach neighborhood.

Total funding

 

 

 

TOTAL COST

                     $   37,500,000

FEDERAL COST

                     $   25,000,000

NON-FEDERAL COST

                     $   12,500,000

 

 

TOTAL FEDERAL COST THROUGH FY 2013

                     $     4,800,000

ARRA FUNDING

                     $                 0

FY 2014 BUDGET

                     $                 0

COST TO COMPLETE

                     $   20,200,000

FY 13 accomplishments

  • Complete final accounting of Pier 36 demolition and turn over the project site to the Non-Federal Sponsor (NFS).

FY 14 accomplishments (based on the availability of funds)

  • Begin work to enter new cost-share agreement with NFS for work on the remaining authorized piers.

Issues and other information

  • The Port of San Francisco is the NFS.
  • This project did not receive funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), Title IV, Pub. L. No. 111-5, 123 Stat. 115, Feb. 17, 2009.
  • The Water Resource Development Act (WRDA) of 2007 (P.L. No. 110-114, § 5051, 121 Stat. 1210) authorizes the repair and removal, as appropriate, of Piers 30-32, 35, 36, 70 (including Wharves 7 and 8), and 80 in San Francisco, CA. The available funding (appropriated in FY 10) is set aside for the removal of Pier 36. Since Pier 36 was already in the design phase by the sponsor, it was identified as the priority for USACE mobilization. Pier 35 will be the next pier that the USACE will work on.  As the NFS provides details and scopes of work for the other authorized piers, and as federal funding becomes available, the Corps will enter into agreements to cover the required work.

Congressional interest

  • 12th District, Rep. Nancy Pelosi

Point of contact

  • Deputy for Project Management, Arijs A. Rakstins, (415) 503-6720

Updated 01 May 2013

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Contact

General Questions

415-503-6804

1455 Market Street

San Francisco, CA 94103