Bayview Safe Navigation Center
1925 Evans Street, San Francisco, CA
May 2020 - June 2021
San Francisco Department of Public Works
$1.8 Million
Charles Pankow Builders , LTD

Marinship Development Interest served as the wet and dry utilities subcontractor for Bayview SAFE Navigation Center. This mission driven project is set to house estimated 200 homeless residents on a 1-acre site central to an outdoor courtyard.

Our team was proud to lend our utility, grading and paving, underground piping, roadway and sidewalk restoration, and hazardous materials removal capabilities to this $1.88M, 45-day project led by the San Francisco Department of Public Works. The worksite, which employed more than 17 local resident skilled workers from the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood, was located at the intersection of Evans Avenue and Selby Streets and the Islais Creek watershed.

As our communities continue to seek relief for San Francisco’s homeless, we are committed to lending our workforces’ skills and capabilities to build reliable and sustainable utilities at 1925 Evans Avenue. We recognize our duty as corporate citizens to help power the operations of an organization providing dormitories, community services, showers and bathrooms to some of the most vulnerable residents of Bayview Hunters Point.

Marinship crews leveraged the following branches of expertise to complete this project on time and under budget: 

  • Water Well Decommissioning, Excavating, Backfilling
  • Cut Well Casing
  • Patching Excavated Areas with AC
  • Potholing
  • Sawcutting
  • Concrete road base and flatwork
  • Hand-Digging around existing utilities
  • AC trench paving
  • Traffic Control
  • Dry Utilities
  • Mandrel Testing
  • Demolition
  • Hauling and disposal of hazardous soils

This project, completed on November 30th, 2020, was part of Mayor London N. Breed’s “Emergency Declaration” initiative to deliver 1000 beds by the end of 2020. The property is owned by the City and County of San Francisco and is set to be leased to the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) or purchased by City & County of San Francisco for the development of the Homeless Shelter. 

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