Crinella Drive Cold Foam Reconstruction – City of Petaluma
Project NameCrinella Drive Cold Foam Reconstruction – City of Petaluma
Project LocationPetaluma, CA
Green Valley prepared the plans, specifications, and estimates and provided construction support for this fast track project which required the reconstruction of approximately 1 mile of roadway along Crinella Drive between McGregor Avenue and Bungalow Lane in an older residential area of Petaluma. Project improvements included: ADA ramp upgrades, striping, signage and full width street reconstruction utilizing cold foam asphalt in-place recycling technology. Cold foam in-place recycling is a process that pulverizes and reconstitutes the existing road structural section. This environmentally-friendly process results in a stronger, longer-lasting pavement at a fraction of the cost and in a fraction of the time when compared to conventional reconstruction.
Construction support services included the preparation of the pre-construction agenda, review and processing of submittals, response to Requests for Information (RFI’s), site visits, and the preparation of final record drawings.
Funding for the project came from the State of California’s 2007-2008 allocation for Proposition 1B funds.
For over 20 years, Windsor Road remained an “incomplete street”. Windsor High students were forced into and across the heavily-trafficked road to reach school. GVCE filled the gaps, creating safety, convenience, and comfort... The traffic improvements made by the Town of Windsor in front of Windsor High has provided families with more drop-off/pick-up convenience in front of the school... We only hear praise from families and students for all of the road improvements!Marc Elin, WHS Principal