Menlo Park Community Campus

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Project approved

On December 16, 2019, Facebook submitted its proposal for exploring the funding and development of a new multigenerational facility to incorporate the current Onetta Harris Community Center, Menlo Park Senior Center, Belle Haven Youth Center (child care), Belle Haven Pool and branch library.

On January 12, 2021, the City Council approved the architectural control, use permit, funding and improvements agreement for the Menlo Park Community Campus project located at 100-110 Terminal Avenue. The City Council requested further review of several design elements of the proposed pool area. Those items were discussed on January 26, and February 1. The City Council approved the pool design elements on February 1.

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Menlo Park Community Campus begins new construction

20210901 - Menlo Park Community Campus revised site access plan

November 2021 to April 2022: Foundations and superstructure will be excavated, poured and erected which will mainly cause noise and vibratory impacts. Impacts will be caused by heavy machinery and cranes used to erect the building, as well as steel on steel strikes to get all of the superstructure connections in place in preparation for final welding.

You can view the construction notice(PDF, 51KB) to nearby residents that was distributed in May 2021 by the contractor, Level 10 Construction.

Project timeline

COMPLETED

Utility excavations

May 24, 2021 to June 4, 2021: Utility excavations will be conducted in the community center parking lots to investigate existing utilities in the area. The excavation areas will be closed off with cones and vehicular and pedestrian traffic will be maintained with traffic control at all times.

COMPLETED

Building abatement begins

June 28, 2021 to July 2021: Vehicular and pedestrian access to Kelly Park and Beechwood School will remain as access to the buildings and pool will be closed to start soft demolition and abatement activities.

COMPLETED

Building demolition

August 10, 2021 to October 2021: Demolition of the buildings will begin, which will have noise, vibratory and dust impacts to the surrounding area. Noise will comply with the City of Menlo Park noise ordinance for construction projects and dust will be mitigated by using the appropriate amount of water to spray active work areas.

UNDERWAY

Foundations and superstructure work

November 2021 to April 2022: Foundations and superstructure will be excavated, poured and erected which will mainly cause noise and vibratory impacts. Impacts will be caused by heavy machinery and cranes used to erect the building, as well as steel on steel strikes to get all of the superstructure connections in place in preparation for final welding.

PLANNED

Building interiors and sitework

May 2022 to January 2023: Building Interiors and sitework will be ongoing inside and out of the building superstructure. Sitework may have noise and dust impacts as we give the site its final shape and pour concrete sidewalks and asphalt roads.

PLANNED

Beechwood Parking Lot work

Summer 2022: Beechwood Parking Lot work will be targeted for summer 2022 to minimize the impacts to students and teachers as we update the existing parking lot with new utility infrastructure and fresh asphalt.

   

Location

110 - 110 Terminal Avenue, Menlo Park, CA   View map

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