We serve the people who serve the public.
And our work has a powerful, direct impact on the people of Alameda County.
When Alameda County government needs workspace, support and services — we make it happen. We plan, design and build the structures that transform our community, including hospitals, libraries, and courthouses. Our cutting-edge Energy, Sustainability and Clean Commute initiatives keep our neighborhoods safe, clean and green.
We are a diverse workforce of over 400 people, spanning a wide variety of trades and professions. And by creating opportunities for local businesses, we foster a thriving local economy.
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Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage
Adjacent to the Dublin-Pleasanton BART station, the project will serve commuters living in the Dublin-Livermore-Amador Valley area by adding more than 500 parking spaces.
Emergency Operations Center
2000 – 150th Avenue
San Leandro, 94578
Dedicated in 1996, the County’s state-of-the-art Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is coordinated and maintained by the Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services. The facility, named the Grubensky-Riley Building, honors the Oakland Police Officer and the Fire Battalion Chief who lost their lives in the 1991 East Bay Hills Firestorm.