CHP San Diego area office moved into their new facility in Kearney Mesa - September 30,2019
5902 Kearny Villa Road San Diego, CA 92123.
The property is located just south of State Route-52, a short distance east of State Route-163, and west of Interstate 15.
FCC Callsign KRO424 (CALIFORNIA, STATE OF) - 5902 KEARNY VILLA ROAD
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FCC Callsigns within .8 Miles of N 32.839994 W -117.129006
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Tower registration number: 1303833
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Escondido Contractor Awarded $26.4M CHP Project in Kearny Mesa
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Escondido-based general contractor Erickson-Hall Construction Co. has been awarded a $26.4 million design-build contract to construct a San Diego replacement facility for the California Highway Patrol.
A company statement said the state-financed project is planned for a six-acre site in Kearny Mesa, at Kearny Villa Road and Ruffin Road near state Route 52. Construction is expected to begin in April 2017, with completion expected in October 2018.
The building will replace an existing CHP facility located on Pacific Highway in San Diego’s Old Town neighborhood. The project is part of a statewide effort to replace or relocate aging or inadequate CHP field offices and other facilities.
Officials said the new Kearny Mesa facility will provide added workspace, equipment and vehicle storage for the CHP. Plans include a 40,000-square-foot office building, an auto service building with attached carport, a radio vault building, a vehicle fueling area, generator yard and a 148-foot-tall communication tower.
The facility will be designed to earn at least a Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for energy efficiency. The project is designed by WLC Architects.
According to Voit Real Estate Services, the state of California acquired the Kearny Mesa site in 2015 for $10.8 million, from the Cook Inlet Regional Indians of Alaska. The site had earlier been targeted for a commercial office project that was stalled by the recession.
https://www.sdbj.com/news/2016/jul/14/e ... ject-kear/
https://www.voiceofsandiego.org/wp-cont ... -FINAL.pdf
Video - The San Diego CHP Area Office is very excited to welcome all of you to our brand new, state of the art facility
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SOQ California Highway Patrol San Diego Replacement Facility, San Diego
Multiple Counties County
Owner Reference: RESD PMDB 2015-DB2
Bid Date: 07/09/2015
Department of Transportation Building, District 11 Garcia Auditorium 4050 Taylor Street San Diego, CA 92110
Department of General Services, Real Estate Services Division - Project Management and Development Branch requests the submittal of qualifications from interested Design-build Entities to provide professional Architectural/Engineering and Construction services for the design and construction of the new California Highway Patrol Replacement Facility in San Diego. The California Highway Patrol will operate the new facility. The San Diego Area Office is being replaced as part of a statewide effort to address aging or inadequate CHP field offices and other facilities. The purpose of this Project is to replace and relocate the CHP Border Division San Diego Area Office with new facilities that will provide adequate workspace, equipment and vehicle storage for an increasing number of employees assigned to this office.
The Project area is situated in the City of San Diego’s Kearny Mesa community within San Diego County and is within both the City’s and County’s limits. The approximately 6[M1] -acre project site is bound by the San Clemente Canyon Freeway (State Route 52) to the north, Kearny Villa Road to the south, Ruffin Road/Kearny Villa Road to the east, and undeveloped parcels and Cabrillo Freeway (State Route 163) to the west.
The site is approximately 6.8 miles northeast of the existing San Diego CHP office, located at 4902 Pacific Highway in San Diego east of Highway 5.
https://www.constructionbidsource.com/a ... -san-diego
Specifications include, but are not limited to: The site is approximately 6.8 miles northeast of the existing San Diego CHP office, located at 4902 Pacific Highway in San Diego east of Highway 5.
The new facility will be built to the Essential Services Act (ESA) and will include an Area Office Building of approximately 40,000 net useable square feet (nsf), an Auto Service Building (approximately 6,700 nsf), and an attached Carport (approximately 2,300 nsf). In addition, the project will include a Radio Vault Building (approximately 750 nsf), a Property Storage Building (approximately 1,000 nsf), and a Waste Enclosure Building (approximately 1,400 nsf). The remaining facility will include a Vehicle Fueling Area (approximately 3,300 nsf), a Communication Tower (approximately 148 feet tall) and Generator Yard (approximately 4,300 nsf), other miscellaneous site improvements (approximately 31,100 nsf), and site parking (approximately 71,000 nsf). The remaining site area will consist of landscaping, fencing, and storm water management. The State is using the “Design-build” method of project delivery for the design and construction of the Project. The State will use a two step process to select the Design-build Entity for the Project: Step 1
https://www.bidnet.com/closed-governmen ... =356744244
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Voit Real Estate Services' Randy LaChance, Glen Volk and Paul Brown are hopefully in the California Highway Patrol's good graces. The trio helped broker the sale of a five-acre site in the Kearny Mesa submarket for $11M. The agency is expected to build a new ChiPs office there. Cook Inlet Regional Indians of Alaska sold the parcel, which it bought at a US Government auction in 1989. Randy says the tribe had been attempting to entitle and sell the parcel since 2006 for a 175k SF office development, but the Great Recession put the kibosh on those plans.
https://www.bisnow.com/san-diego/news/c ... mesa-43131
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