San Francisco Port Commission - August 8, 2017 - Supporting Documents
ITEM 10A. Request authorization, subject to Board of Supervisors’ approval, to accept and expend $1,059,000 in 2016 Infrastructure Protection Program Port Security Grant Program funds from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for security improvements at the Port of San Francisco. (Resolution No. 17-34)
ITEM 10B. Request approval and certification of the Port Sanitary Sewer Management Plan. (Resolution No. 17-35)
REAL ESTATE & DEVELOPMENT
ITEM 11A. Informational presentation regarding the Pier 70 Special Use District Transaction Structure between: (1) the Port and Forest City Development California, Inc. for the 28-Acre Site, located between 20th, Michigan, and 22nd Streets and San Francisco Bay (Assessor’s Block 4052/Lot 001 and Lot 002 and Block 4111/Lot 003 and Lot 004); (2) the Port and Third Parties for the “20th/Illinois Parcel” along Illinois Street at 20th Street (Assessor’s Block 4110/Lot 001); and (3) the City and a Third Party for Pacific Gas and Electric Company-owned parcel subject to a City option to purchase called the “Hoedown Yard,” at Illinois and 22nd Streets (Assessor’s Block 4120/Lot 002 and Block 4110/Lot 008A).
ITEM 11B. Informational presentation regarding a proposed transaction between the Pacific Gas and Electric (“PG&E”) Company and the Port related to public and privately-owned property at the former Hunter’s Point Power Plant (Assessor’s Block 4580) and a proposed forty-year lease of two acres of the Port’s Western Pacific Property north of Pier 80 (Assessor’s Block 4310, Lot 1 and a portion of Maryland Street) to PG&E.
ITEM 11C. Informational presentation regarding the Financing Plan for the Mission Rock Development Project at Seawall Lot 337 and Pier 48, bounded by China Basin Channel, Third Street, Mission Rock Street and San Francisco Bay (AB 8719/Lot 002; AB 9900/Lots 048, 048H, & 62).
ITEM 12A. Request authorization to award a contract to CH2M HILL Engineers, Inc., (CH2M) for planning, engineering, and environmental services for the Seawall Resiliency Project in an amount of $36,349,740 and authorization for staff to increase the contract amount, if needed for unanticipated contingencies, by an additional $3,634,974 (10% of $36,349,740) for a total contract authorization of $39,984,714, with a term of ten years and the Port’s option to extend the term for one additional year. (Resolution No. 17-36)