General. With respect to all subdivisions, when any deficiencies in the required Public Improvements have been corrected, as-built improvement plans submitted, and the City Engineer, upon written request from the Subdivider, issues a Notice of Completion, the completed Public Improvements shall be considered by the Director for acceptance.
Acceptance. If the Public Improvements have been completed to the satisfaction of the Director and are ready for their intended use, the Director shall provide the Board of Supervisors with a written certificate to that effect, and the Public Improvements may be accepted by the Board of Supervisors, by ordinance, subject to the provisions of San Francisco Administrative Code Section 1.52. Acceptance of the improvements shall imply only that the improvements have been completed satisfactorily, are ready for their intended use, and that Public Improvements have been accepted for public use. Acceptance of any Public Improvement shall not effect a waiver of any rights the City may have as to warranties and construction defects.
Notwithstanding the above requirements, the following provisions shall apply to all stormwater and sewer pump stations and Transportation Infrastructure in the Candlestick Point/Hunters Point Shipyard Subdivision Area:
Pump Station Warranty. The Subdivider shall warranty each pump station for three years after the City Engineer issues its Notice of Completion for said pump station.
Transportation Infrastructure Warranty. The Subdivider shall warranty the Transportation Infrastructure for no less than two years after the City Engineer issues its Notice of Completion for said Infrastructure unless the SFMTA or its designee authorizes a shorter warranty period.
Subdivider’s liability pursuant to the warranties in Subsections (c)(1) and (2) above shall not extend to harm or damage from improper maintenance or operation of the pump station or Transportation Infrastructure by a City Agency or the City Agency’s agent.
(Added by Ord. 304-04, File No. 041544, App. 12/24/2004; Ord. 209-10, File No. 100661, App. 8/3/2010)