Provided preliminary, final engineering, surveying, and cost estimating for the conceptual and construction plans to develop Coasterra restaurant and marina expansion on the Harbor Island property, Port Tidelands, in the City of San Diego. The proposed 19-acre project involves the following project highlights:
- Coasterra Restaurant is a 20,000 square foot restaurant and entertainment facility located where the old Reuben E. Lee was located. Improvements included site grading and drainage, water quality enhancements, USMP implementation, City of San Diego utility coordination and upgrades, parking lot reconfiguration, connection of improvements and minor enhancements to Island Prime, and coordination of barge/gangway improvements.
- Harbor Island Drive was widened, and City public utilities was upgraded. Coordination of the public infrastructure within a unique dynamic where the City owns the utilities and the Port owns the roadway. Includes master utility studies; alignment and grade studies; preparation of public improvement plans to widen the roadway, omit the roundabout, and add 2000 LF of public utilities; grading, drainage, and water quality upgrades.
- Conceptual planning, coordination with the Port of San Diego, and Coastal Commission for the development of a two-building hotel and resort totaling 600 rooms, convention facilities and expansion of the existing marina.