Oyster Point Landfill Redevelopment
The multi-phased Oyster Point Development project will transform 81 acres of bay-front area into a mixed-use biotech development. Plans include a life sciences campus, new park and recreation space, a vibrant marina environment, and a site that can accommodate commercial and hotel uses. The eastern peninsula of Oyster Point was operated as a municipal (Class III) landfill from about 1956 until it stopped accepting waste in 1970. Langan is providing multi-disciplinary services during grading, landfill cap work, and site development within the Phase I and II portions of the Oyster Point Properties. Our geotechnical and environmental teams will observe, test, evaluate, and document applicable landfill components of the Final Closure Plan and Construction Quality Assurance (CQA) Plan, and ensure that construction meets the California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 27. Our site/civil team will provide construction oversight in accordance with the CQA plan and civil design, including reviewing design documents related to streets, utilities, and infrastructure improvements.