South San Francisco, CA

Program Management Services for the City of South San Francisco City Manager’s Office to represent the City and it’s Successor Agency to deliver Precise Plan Phase 1 Improvements that includes 20 Acres of new City-Owned Public Open Space, Recreational Facilities and Amenities, repair of Landfill Erosion Cover, Six Acres of Public Road Network with Utilities and creation of 10 Acre parcel for Developer to Construct 508,000 square-feet of Life Science Office Buildings.

In 2011, the Oyster Point Specific Plan was approved to allow for development of 2.25 million square feet of office/R&D uses across 41 acre developer-owned site and across adjacent 40 acre site owned by City of South San Francisco. Phase I design and construction is managed by developer with joint participation and support by City Staff and consultants. Swinerton leads coordination of staff resources to respond to OPD design program and track program expenditures and budgets associated with multiple funding sources in addition to developer funding. Construction will be coordinated with San Mateo Harbor District which manages the Marina under a Joints Power Authority with the City of South San Francisco. Construction for Phase I will begin in 2017 and completed in 2019. Swinerton is also providing support for early planning and programming of City projects in Phase II which may include improvements for marine support facilities and recreational amenities.


  • Public-Private Partnership
  • Disposition and Development Agreement
  • Land Swap
  • Development Agreement
  • Successor Agency and Developer Funding
  • Closed Land Fill (Refuse) Site
  • Relocation of Refuse and Recapping
  • Leachate Monitoring and Methane Detection
  • Marine Dock / Boat Slips
  • Palm Promenade and Recreational Amenities
  • Public Beach
  • BCDC Bay Trail
  • Sensitive Marine Habitat
  • Public Roads – Maintain Full Public Access
  • Parcel for Hotel


City of South San Francisco

Oyster Point LLC and Greenland USA

Wilsey Ham Engineering
James Corner Field Operations


Phase 1 – 2019
Phases II, III and IV – Within Ten Years