SFMTA Islais Creek Phase II – Maintenance & Operations Facility 


San Francisco, California
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Project Dates
2016 -2017
Project Cost
$52 Million
Services Provided
Contract Compliance
Audit Services
Project Cost Control

Project Description

The Islais Creek Motor Coach Maintenance and Operations Facility project improves bus service for Muni customers by creating additional storage space to house the SFMTA’s growing fleet of environmentally friendly hybrid motor coaches. The project also improves the current site by constructing energy efficient buildings that will be occupied by SFMTA staff.

Construction of a new maintenance and operation facility supplements the existing fuel/wash and annex buildings previously construction. New Fuel and Wash facility is about 16,200 SF building which includes fuel dispensing system for bio-diesel fuels, a bus cleaning and washing system, tire shops, a fare retrieval system, a 1,900 square foot building with an AC power substation and emergency generator, office space, restrooms, locker rooms, mechanical and electrical rooms. Construction of Vehicle Parking space for 165 40-feet motor coaches, 19 non-revenue vehicles, and 80 employee parking spaces. Shoreline Improvements – Integral to the facility design and for use by Muni employees and the general public, the project included major waterfront improvements on a strip of land approximately 40 feet wide by 800 feet wide. Improvements designed to reflect the historical industrial and port uses along the San Francisco Bay and Islais Creek.

Dabri’s team performed construction oversight inspection services for SFMTA’s Project to monitor compliance with contract plans, specifications, applicable codes, and safety regulations. Construction inspection and other requested services included assisting the SFMTA Resident Engineer in detecting and resolving disputes and/or problems and responds to complaints from the public, assisting the SFMTA Resident Engineer in verifying that required tests, operations, measurements, and inspections are scheduled, and documented for quality assurance/quality control compliance; reviewed track schedule / project milestones, payment and change order review. Reviewed contractor’s as-built drawings & submittals.