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Capital Projects Engineering
1000 Spring Street
Paso Robles, CA 93446
Phone
(805) 237-3861
(805) 237-3904 FAX
Hours
Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm
E-mail
cipengineering@prcity.com
Engineering Division

CAPITAL PROJECTS ENGINEERING OVERVIEW

Capital Projects Management is a complex engineering endeavor to coordinate all aspects of public projects including:

  • Project Study, Siting, Environmental Processing
  • Funding and Budget Development
  • Engineering Design
  • Value Engineering
  • Land Acquisition
  • Construction Contract Development
  • Construction Management
  • Administrative and Legal Issue Oversight
  • Contract Payment Control
  • Coordination with City Resources
  • Traffic Control
  • Safety

Projects Completed

Projects In Progress

Projects currently Out for Bid

CalRecycle Grants

The City of Paso Robles is pleased to announce the use of recycled tires as a pavement re-surfacing material on street improvement projects, which diverted a total equivalent to 22,300 passenger tires from the waste stream.

CalRecycle funded a portion of the projects with a grant in the amount of $75,336.50.

The following streets were completed using the rubberized hot mix asphalt:

  • Scott street - Creston to airport
  • Walnut - Creston to union
  • Jackson - union to Shannon Hill
  • Shannon Hill - Creston to Jackson
  • 12th street - Vine to Fresno
  • Union Road - Golden Hill to Hwy 46 East

Staff:

Ditas Esperanza, P.E., Capital Projects Engineer
Kristin O'Quest, Capital Projects Assistant Engineer
Vikki Kuntz, Administrative Assistant

Staff manages approximately 25 to 30 projects at any given time. Projects to design water lines, sewer lines, street and alley pavement maintenance, sidewalk rehabilitation, building improvements; or constructing public buildings and/or parks; or studies looking at any facilities or utilities are handled by Public Works.

Projects with a major visual and physical impact, such as the improved Veterans Memorial Bridge, involve teamwork from Public Works and other City Departments. Capital Projects Management work includes community outreach using press releases, interviews and public meetings to help inform City residents and businesses about projects.


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