Pinole's Capital Projects

Capital Projects

Fernandez Park Restroom Replacement
Fernandez Park Restroom Replacement Plans

Fowler House Demolition 
A contract has been award to complete the demolition of the Fowler House. After all utilities are disconnected, the structure will be demolished. It will be necessary to remove a tree to complete the work safely. The demolition is expected in late February.
Notice of Completion - Fowler House Demolition

Pinole Valley High School - Off Site Improvements

This project is nearly complete. The overall plan for offsite improvements for the Pinole Valley High School Project include four traffic signals, roadway resurfacing, new ADA ramps, roadway restriping, and new drive approaches into the campus. Most of the new signal improvements went into service before the first day of school in August of 2019.

Pinole-Hercules Water Pollution Control Plant Upgrade Project

Kiewit has  worked for  over 1200 calendar days in the upgrade project. The project has steadily progressed. The project was delayed by several challenges including  delayed utility service connections. Kiewit has achieved the significant milestone of "substantial Completion" on October 1, 2019.

Bayfront Park Restroom Replacement

The park restroom has been removed as part of the Pinole Hercules Water Pollution Control Plant Upgrade Project.   The new restrooms are already set  on site, but, surprisingly, they still need to be connected to the sewer.

San Pablo Avenue Vehicle Bridge

This is a long term project in order to replace the San Pablo Avenue vehicular bridge over BNSF Railroad. The bridge is the only direct route to the City of Hercules without using the freeway. The most recent State bridge inspection details deficiencies that support the structure being replaced. The City of Pinole was approved for funding from the State Highway Bridge Program. The City selected a design firm and is working now on a revision to the funding allocations as we have learned that BNSF will require a larger clear zone resulting in a longer more costly bridge.