Alameda Point Development


Alameda, California

Project Overview

ENGEO reviewed 10 years of geotechnical reports for this 2,634-acre project. We also provided hydrologic and GIS/GPS services. Specifically, our scope of services included:

  • A review of the geotechnical reports currently maintained by the Alameda Redevelopment and Re-Use Authority.
  • Compilation of the subsurface geotechnical data pertinent to each proposed reuse area.
  • Preparation of a report with exhibits identifying potential geotechnical constraints with preliminary recommendations for site development based on the proposed development plans. The report also included a preliminary characterization of soil and geologic conditions within the development area.

Approximately 1,526 acres of NAS Alameda are land and 1,108 acres are bay. Within the Station’s four square miles are a major airfield, deep water port, aircraft and ship maintenance facilities, 1,513 units of family housing and barracks-type housing, industrial, retail, warehouse and recreational facilities.

Furthermore, ENGEO Principal Dan Haynosch, GE, as an engineer for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, performed a post-earthquake assessment at NAS Alameda following the Loma Prieta earthquake in 1989. This included assessing the extent of soil liquefaction for areas of the project site.

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