The Sacramento Valley Station is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was originally constructed for the Southern Pacific Railroad and opened in 1926. The depot features three bay massing, brick face walls, 35 foot high arched windows and Mediterranean style red clay tile roof. The building is an example of the 1920’s Mediterranean/Renaissance Revival Style train depot incorporating elements of both Spanish and Italian Renaissance influence. Please visit: http://sacramentovalleystation.com for more information regarding the project online. The Project site is located at 401 “I” Street, Sacramento CA 95814 and is an operating Amtrak Facility.
Construction includes but is not limited to: both interior and exterior improvements including reconfiguration of spaces to improve passenger flow, functional efficiencies and space usage; new bicycle services facility to accommodate 100 new bikes; new plaza facility to accommodate dining areas and cafes for passenger convenience; installation of modern, building systems for heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical, lighting, vertical conveyance, way-finding and communications; repair of deteriorated elements; and restoration and rehabilitation of historic architectural features.
Construction shall also include completing all construction, systems commissioning, testing and obtaining all permits to provide the CITY with a fully operational facility consistent with the Contract Documents and requirements of this contract
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