King City East Ranch Industrial Park
The overall project consisted of a triangular shaped parcel, consisting of approximately 108 acres of agricultural lands generally bounded by Bitterwater Road to the South, Metz Road to the East, and Airport Road along the Northwest. The industrial Park was developed by the City of King, and consisted of creating 14 new industrial lots, along with providing improvements for the existing parcels in the project area.
The new lots were located along the extension of San Antonio Road, which ran through the site, or a cul-de-sac, which serves the lots closest to Airport Road. All roadway improvements were designed for semi-truck traffic access and turning requirements. The utilities included sanitary sewer, storm drainage for the site (and associated contributory area), design and coordination of Calif. Water Service Co. water facilities, and coordination of design and construction of public utilities (street lighting, gas, telephone, electric).
The various stages of the project performed by Hanna & Brunetti included coordination with City Staff to provide project planning, topographic and boundary surveying, a Final Parcel Map, Project Improvement Plans and Specifications, assistance during Bidding Process, along with Construction Management, Surveying, and Inspection.
Included in the overall development of the area adjacent to the project site was the phased reconstruction of the adjacent roads, and offsite infrastructure improvements as follows: Metz Road, Bitterwater Road, and Airport Road - four phased construction projects that included the roadway reconstruction and widening for semi-truck traffic, including storm drainage, sanitary sewer, water main, and public utilities. The Bitterwater Road project included a concrete grade crossing of the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks.
San Antonio Road Sanitary Sewer - The Industrial Park Improvements included the phased extension of a 24" City Sanitary Sewer trunk main from approximately 4000 feet east of the site to Metz Road and under the Union Pacific Railroad.
Offsite Storm Drainage - 54" and 60" cast in place concrete storm drain and outfall to San Lorenzo River. The storm drain was sized for the future development of the lands that it crossed to the south of the Industrial Project Site.
East Ranch Industrial Park under construction
East Ranch Industrial Park after completion.