Capital Project Management
The Projects Administration Section of the Engineering Division is responsible for planning, managing and implementing the City’s Capital Improvement Program adopted by the City Council. The Program is updated every two years as a part of the City’s Twenty-Year Financial Plan. Click here for a complete copy of the City’s Twenty-Year Financial Plan.
The primary services of this section include preparation of Capital Projects budget, planning, scoping, cost estimating, scheduling, administration of design contracts, environmental compliance including CEQA/NEPA compliance and monitoring, bidding for construction, administration of construction contracts, inspection, claim avoidance, and project closeout.
for April 1, 2013 status update of the City’s active Capital and Infrastructure Improvement Projects.
Land Development – Engineering Services
Work with private developers and permit applicants to ensure compliance with land use and development standards. Provide information related to general engineering, utilities, property line, and design standards. Guide customers through the engineering review process. Conduct timely construction inspections of private development affecting the public right-of-way, and establish and review compliance with permit requirements. Maintain and update engineering records and standard details and specifications. Maintain flood plain records and compliance with Federal requirements for development within flood zone areas.
Environmental Services Plant (Water Pollution Control Plant)Strategic Infrastructure Plan and Peer Review and background documents
The documents contained herein are reports and studies done by professional consultants. These documents provide a great deal of valuable information that will be considered as the City develops its program for the plant. The City may or may not follow any or all of the recommendation made within the reports. The City may also select the best sequence and phasing to conduct the work which may vary from the recommendations of these reports.
Although the City Council has approved a budget and planning, approval of the project(s) will occur after preparation and review of environmental reports to consider potential impacts and mitigation, if any, in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act.
The City will issue Requests for Proposals (RFPs) to design or manage various scopes of work related to the Environmental Services Plant that describes work the City will pursue. The City asks that consultants provide proposals based upon the RFPs when they are issued. The City does not seek unsolicited proposals or statements of qualifications. Construction contracts for each phase of the work will be publicly bid after CEQA compliance, and approval of plans specifications and bid packages.
Information about RFPs is provided on the City’s website or through the Purchasing Division of the Department of Finance. Information about the City’s capital improvement program is available on the City’s website or through the Engineering Section of the Public Works Department. Information about the operation of the Water Pollution Control Plant is available on the City’s website or through the Environmental Services Department.
The City does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of record documents. Consultants are advised to verify information to their professional satisfaction.
Strategic Infrastructure Plan for the Sunnyvale Water Pollution Control Plant
Overview - Techinical Memorandums Guide
Business Case Evaluation of Plan Alternatives
Business Case Evaluation Decision Making Methodology
Level of Service (LOS) Measures
Plant Rehabilitation Alternative Summary
Plant Replacement Alternative Goals, Objectives, and Technology Screening Review
Plant Replacement Alternatives Summary
Early Execution Projects
Headworks and Primary Sedimentation Upgrades Alternatives Evaluation
Influent Flows and Loads
Seismic Performance Goals
Electrical Power System Level of Service
Condition Assessment and Unit Process Performance Review
Unit Process Improvement Studies
Nitrification System Improvements
Evaluation of Dewatering Alternatives
Upgrade Alternatives for the Air Floatation Tanks (AFT) at the Sunnyvale WPCP
Anaerobic Digestion of Algae at Sunnyvale WPCP
Recycled Water Treatment Alternatives
Peer Review of the WPCP SIP
Peer Review of the WPCP SIP
Seven Seas Neighborhood Park Reference Documents and
The following project Drawings and Specifications are provided
for bidders for reference and use in accordance with the plans and
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan for Seven Seas
Final IS-MND Summary
Final Remediation Action Workplan (RAW) Morse Park
Geotechnical Report- Morse Park
Geotechnical Investigation Report Amendment
Final Initial Study-Mitigated Negative Declaration (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7)