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Construction Management


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Contract Administration maintains the official construction management project files, provides quality assurance of Contract Change Orders and ensures the accuracy of progress and final payment requests.

Contract Administration duties include:

  • Review capital improvement special provisions for contract administration related specifications.
  • Attend bid openings, perform review of bid documents for accuracy and completeness; forward results of review to awarding section, and check references and report findings to awarding section.
  • Process the construction agreement, necessary bonds and insurance certificates for review and acceptance by various county departments, and prepare Notice to Proceed letter.
  • Set up the progress payment file for each capital improvement project, oversee the contract file, review of progress payments, and perform review and processing of Contract Change Orders (CCO).
  • Process Notice of Completion, close out and archive the contract file.


The Construction Management mission is to deliver the highest quality and finest workmanship to the public.

Our Resident Engineers (RE) ensure that all public works infrastructure facilities are built in conformance to our contract requirements and public work standards. Our Inspectors monitor daily construction progress and quality of materials and workmanship. Safety is always the primary focus. Inspectors identify conflicts or change of conditions and report them to the RE. Inspectors record daily activities and prepare work reports and estimates of completed work for monthly contractor progress payments.


  1. Crawford Canyon Road Drainage Improvements

  2. Crown Valley and Oso Parkway Slurry Seal
  3. Edinger Bridge Replacement over Bolsa Chica Channel
  4. Foothill Blvd and Hewes Street Asphalt Overlay
  5. Fullerton Creek Channel
  6. La Pata Widening (Schedule B)
  7. Lambert Road Bikeway
  8. San Juan Creek