New construction and building renovations to include various City beach operations and public facilities within the Pier Amphitheater area. This project is funded in part by Measure X.
Project Manager: Mahsima Mohammadi, (760) 435-3548 or MMohammadi@oceansideca.org
Project #: CIP19-00023
Program: Municipal Buildings
Current Phase: Construction
Duration: Began April 2020, with target completion of Winter 2021
01/01/2021 to 07/01/2021:
Above: Restoration work continues on the 1930s bathhouse, to be converted to a Police Substation.
Both Images Above: A dramatic stand of trees, which are lit at night, adorn the newly-paved plaza.
Above: The building will house north-facing store fronts to the right, beach maintenance vehicles on the left, and 14 new restrooms in the front, along the strand.
Above: A new wider staircase was constructed and will be surrounded by beautiful, low-water use plants and mulch.
The contractor completed utility rerouting from the existing lift station to the Pacific’s manhole to expedite demo/construction of the stairways.
The contractor finished The Strand sewer work but the CCTV test failed. The contractor directed to repair the work.
Construction consisted of the critical path work to relocate the lift station from under the old bath house and the concurrent work to restore the bath house. Utility conflicts have prevented the installation of the new sewer main to the new lift station location. Staff selected The Strand option to resolve this utility conflict.
The contractor started utility rerouting from the existing lift station to the Pacific’s manhole to expedite demo/construction of the stairways.
The Notice to Proceed with construction of the awarded project was issued in March 2020. Oceanside Police Department (OPD) staff were relocated to the community center on The Strand just north of the pier. Work began with the removal of existing buildings, storage containers and pavement. Selective demolition continues for the restoration/conversion of the historic bathhouse to the new OPD station. Shoring and excavation for the new sewer lift station at the will continue into June.