Bay Cities work spans the state of California, including public and private sector projects.
In the public sector, Bay Cities has been the prime contractor to the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), Bay Area Rapid Transit, the Port of Oakland, the San Francisco International Airport and other local agencies including school districts. In the private arena, Bay Cities work encompasses private schools, athletic fields, hotels, business parks, commercial developments, churches, subdivisions, and storage facilities.
A stellar track record of completing projects on time and under budget.
Among its successful projects, Bay Cities completed the Hwy I-680 Southbound Express Lane Project in Fremont for the California Department of Transportation. The International Partnering Institute awarded Bay Cities the 2011 Diamond Partnering Award and deemed the $35,000,000 project as one which best exemplified the commitment to an integrated partnering program. Previously, the Association of General Contractors designated Bay Cities as the Winner of the Marvin M. Black in Partnering Award for the completion of the Highway 92/San Mateo Bridge Project which involved constructing the east side approach to the San Mateo Bridge. The $30,000,000 Project was completed on-time and without any claims.
As the San Francisco Bay Area has grown over the past 50 years, Bay Cities has grown with it. Bay Cities looks forward to the next 50 years of further development by maintaining its standards of excellence and committing to partnering with Owners and contractors.