Cumming has provided a variety of services to date, including project management, cost management, and scheduling.
Overall Scope of Work
Cumming is providing project management, cost management, and scheduling services for the multi-phased development of Oyster Point in South San Francisco. The project includes the transformation of 81 acres of bayfront area into a mixed-use development that will include a state-of-the-art life sciences campus, new park and recreation space, a vibrant marina environment, and a site that can accommodate commercial and hotel uses.
The project is sectioned into multiple phases, the first of which is a public private partnership between Kilroy Realty and the Successor Agency on behalf of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of South San Francisco. This phase is complicated by several factors, including an existing landfill that is underneath most of the project site, as well as existing business and Marina tenants who must have access to their facilities throughout construction. Cumming has been coordinating with numerous stakeholders and regulatory agencies to efficiently and effectively navigate these challenges. This phase also includes various sub-projects, such as a new sanitary sewer pump station, three new public/private restrooms for Marina tenants and pedestrians, and a new guard booth for Marina security.
The second phase consists of a private parcel development featuring research and development offices.
In providing multi-discipline services throughout preconstruction and construction, Cumming has helped define and achieve the project goals and milestones, fostered positive and productive team chemistry, and been proactive in addressing project concerns as they arise. Additionally, Cumming is providing quality control and risk management guidance.
The project is still ongoing, but so far everything is on track and the stakeholders are pleased with the progress. The first phases of the project will be completed over the next couple of years, with the overall development scheduled for completion in 2028.