Carltas Company

1997

Encinitas Ranch Town Center

Retail/Commercial


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Encinitas Ranch Town Center is a 680,000 square feet retail development center located at the southwestern corner of El Camino Real and Leucadia Boulevard in the City of Encinitas, California. Tenants enjoy outstanding visibility with over 2,000 lineal feet of street frontage along El Camino Real. Covering some 56 acres, Encinitas Ranch Town Center is the largest commercial shopping center in Encinitas and offers many specialty stores and eateries, as well as a strong mix of major tenants including: Target, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, Office Depot, Stater Bros, Pier 1 Imports, PetSmart, Ross, Sports Authority, McDonald’s, and Chili’s Restaurant.


O’Day Consultants prepared a final subdivision map for Encinitas Ranch Town Center Units IV, V and VI and also supervised the preparation, processing and submittal of  final engineering plans to the City of Encinitas and all appropriate utility districts. O’Day Consultants also supervised the calculation of subdivision lots and procedure of survey, calculation of easements and lot closures; preparation of grading plans; hydrology study; hydraulic study; and urban pollutant control design. The scope of work also covered on site public street, parking lot and striping design and on site sewer and water main and lateral plans.


Services provided for the greenbelt/drainage channel project included grading plan, hydrology study, hydraulic study, channel design, storm drain design, erosion control plans, storm water management plans, earthwork calculations, field survey of cross sections and utility dips, public street improvement plans and bridge plans for the El Camino Real widening and Leucadia Boulevard and Woodley Drive channel crossings, in street sewer main plans, in-street water and recycled water main plans, bond estimates and engineering estimates, legal descriptions for easement, City plats to illustrate legal descriptions (for utility districts), and base sheets for traffic engineer and landscape architect.


Designs provided were integral to the EIR and its findings.  O’Day Consultants coordinated from the beginning with biological mapping to mitigate conditions in the EIR.