El Charro Infrastructure Improvements
The El Charro Specific Plan is 340-acre City of Livermore land use plan area consisting of retail, open space and supporting street and utility infrastructure. Kier + Wright provided the City of Livermore with technical input during the preparation of the specific plan, completed a master boundary survey for the total specific plan area, and prepared plans, specifications and estimates for the construction of $21 million of El Charro Specific Plan public infrastructure improvements.
Kier + Wright’s El Charro public infrastructure improvements scope included plans for vehicular and pedestrian bridges with utility crossings, major regional storm drainage design, design of recycled and potable water improvements, sanitary sewer pump station design, design of shared HMP basins, design of park improvements, and design of interchange improvements for the El Charro Road and Interstate 580 interchange.
Notably, Kier + Wright prepared plans for a 2.5-mile bicycle and walking trail that extended the Arroyo Mocho Trail to a new access point near the outlet mall. Kier + Wright also provided civil design and survey for Freisman Park, a 12-acre City park located on Livermore Outlets Drive. The park’s landscaping features a 225,000-square-foot detention basin that provides regional stormwater treatment for 100 acres of development with the El Charro Specific Plan area is incorporated into Freisman Park’s landscaping.