On-site, Sandis provided multiple services for the actual design and construction of the new campus building including QSD/QSP, construction staking, structural steel surveying, as-built surveys, and traffic control design, and traffic engineering.
Along with providing extensive traffic engineering and surveying services, Sandis was required to stay in constant coordination with both public and private entities, including Caltrans, City of Cupertino, City of Santa Clara, City of San Jose, VTA, Santa Clara Valley Water District, and County of Santa Clara.
In this unique Bay Area transportation public/private partnership, half of the improvements fell under Caltrans direction, while private funding financed the remaining half. Through efficient work and a time-oriented team, Sandis received Caltrans’ approval within a year, successfully cutting a two-year process in half. Due to Sandis’ strong communication skills, the Sandis team was able to remain in coordination with all involved parties and complete the proposed services in a very timely manner.