Pacific CM has teamed with KPFF to provide construction oversight, quality assurance, and risk management services through a collaborative effort for the duration of this project. Our seasoned Subject Matter Experts understand the intent of the design, contract documents and focus on client centered value. These same professionals are extremely knowledgeable in risk management as a result of years of contractor experience and various certifications. Our personnel is on site every day monitoring the contractors work, crews, and equipment, maintaining a log of progress pictures, and noting all site activities in the Inspector’s Daily Report (IDR). These IDRs are submitted to stakeholders for review at the end of every shift. Other responsibilities include evaluating and facilitating corrective actions for non-conforming work, reviewing contractor pay applications for estimate of work completed, and reviewing the Contractor’s red line drawings on a regular basis to document progress and any changes made to the original design.
Pacific CM's main role for this project is assisting with Clark Construction's Quality Assurance Program. The scope of this project includes the construction of the new International Arrivals Facility to replace the existing one, a pedestrian bridge spanning 800 linear feet over the existing taxi lane, and an elevated sterile corridor that is approximately 40 feet above the apron level that connects terminal Gate Pods. This project is designed to achieve LEED Silver Version 4 certification. Pacific CM provides observation and final inspection on Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP), reinforced concrete, masonry, shotcrete, welding, bolting and shop fabrication. Pacific CM also acts as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) providing consultation, counsel and guidance to professional staff within the QA department.
Pacific CM is tasked with observing and documenting work performed by contractors and any issues that may arise. Our inspector ascertains compliance with the plans, specifications and permits, attends the weekly construction meetings and assists the Project Representative in reviewing activity completion status for monthly pay requests. The inspector provides Inspector Daily Reports (IDR) each day along with pictures taken and recorded daily. The work being performed includes construction of pole foundations and installation of trolley poles; improvement of roadways, signalization and Transit zone improvements; installation of underground conduits, conductors and charging units; fire system upgrades and security improvements at Metro Transit facilities; expanding existing Transit facilities to support planned service growth; and constructing new comfort stations for Metro’s coach operators.
Pacific CM was part of the KPFF CM team on this roadway widening and utility relocation project for Community Transit. Working with the Project Manager, Rob Price of KPFF, Pacific CM furnished QA/QC field inspections, working closely with Alderwood Water District to coordinate the relocation of existing utilities along the Bothell-Everett Highway in Everett, Mill Creek and the City of Bothell. This project included extensive site civil upgrades, adding special purpose lanes for bus traffic, new signalization and illumination, rain gardens, extensive traffic control, as well as multi-agency and stakeholder coordination. This project also had extensive HMA replacement and overlay with traffic marking and landscaping.
Oversaw the construction of 5 radio network buildings in remote locations per plans and specifications, taking in to consideration any and all changes made through approved submittals, RFIs, and change orders. Reported progress daily to King County and the CM team with extensive reporting documentation. Ensured quality and safety standards were maintained while continuously monitoring the critical path to expedite production prior to weather closures of sites.
Pacific CM acted as the Owner's representative onsite, overseeing the safe and environmentally aware extraction of 1,100 creosote piles from the west waterway in Seattle. The project also included the reconstruction of the existing shoreline to meet the environmental design criteria. Stakeholders included EPA, DNR, Department of Ecology and King County. We ensured all contractual requirements were implemented. Documentation included pay application review, IDR’s, CO quantities and environmental impact statement review as well as all submittals and RFC’s.
Pacific CM provided third party PS&E constructability review of design plans at 60% and 90% of design completion.
The scope of this contract included providing on-site construction field inspection, material sample collection, on-site material inspection, and lab testing of concrete, hot mix asphalt (HMA), aggregates and other construction materials for Whatcom County Public Works Projects.
Pacific CM provided construction management and inspection services which included developing and following reporting/invoicing procedures specifically for this project. Project details involve roadway pavement resurfacing, base repair, curb ramp upgrades, signal loop replacement, saw cutting, and striping.
For this project, Pacific CM served as a QA/QC Analyst & CM Specialist. Most notably, Pacific CM performed a quality assurance audit and provided a review, compilation, and analytical summary of the surveillance findings and corrective action requests. The summary detailed the contributing factors for the noted findings/recommendations related to deficiencies or potential improvements to the construction management oversight.
Pacific CM provided construction management services for this project, ensuring the work was performed and coordinated in accordance with the contract documents and applicable permits. This project involved performing mill and overlay of the street from curb to curb, localized base repairs in the travel-way, traffic signal loop replacements, pedestrian push button relocations, drainage installations, and pavement markings restriping.
Pacific CM performed Construction Management Services including site condition assessment, evaluation and documentation of pre-existing conditions, daily logs, progress reports, document approvals, change order management, and construction administration. The focus of the project was on the beautification and implementation of stormwater improvements in downtown Tacoma. Construction included sidewalks, street lighting, paving, shared roadway bicycle markings, green stormwater infrastructure, and directional signage.
The scope of this project is the 12.5-mile extension of the transportation lines with the addition of 34 bus stations with major roadway improvements and utility relocation. We are responsible for Quality Assurance tracking all production quality and quantities, as well as change order management issues. We continuously review and interpret RFIs, Designer Supplemental Information, and submittal documents to ensure that all updates to the plans and specifications are delivered to the filed in a timely manner. We also work closely with multiple agencies (5) and electrical subcontractors to expedite signal upgrades and minimize traffic control impacts on the public. As a Federally Funded project, Pacific CM is responsible for all project documentation such as Certified Payrolls, Buy America documentation, and monthly Pay Application backup documents.
Pacific CM’s Scope responsibilities for the Port of Seattle include Engineering and Inspections: Electrical, Civil, Mechanical, and Structural; Constructability Reviews; Plan and Cost Review (PCRs); Independent Cost Estimates; Monthly Progress Payment generation/evaluation; Pre-bid Document Handling; Change Order Tracking and Review; QA/QC/NCR Management; Onsite Owner Representation.