Tag: Los Angeles
Related Companies selected AECOM as construction manager for The Grand, the Frank Gehry-designed, mixed-use development in downtown Los Angeles on Grand Avenue across from The Broad museum and Walt Disney Concert Hall. The Grand is designed to revitalize Downtown Los Angeles’ cultural and civic core with a mix of commercial, retail, cultural and residential units.
Western Specialty Contractors branches in Los Angeles and Seattle are teaming up on a project to restore the historic May Company building in Los Angeles — the future home of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Western crews are working alongside renowned historic preservation consultant John Fidler, New York Pritzker-Prize winning architect Renzo Piano, general contractor Matt Construction of Los Angeles, and owner's representative Paratus Group of New York.
Cardno opened a new office in Los Angeles (Glendale, Calif.) that allows the company to build on its recent growth in the West and better serve existing and future clients in the Greater Los Angeles area.
AECOM released its LA River Gateway revitalization proposal, an integrated framework that, if fully implemented, can create benefits for communities along the river’s banks while helping generate new economic prospects, the firm said.
The Port of Los Angeles TraPac Terminal Automation Project, part of $1 billion worth of planned capital improvements, features automatic stacking cranes and fully automated straddle carriers to advance the Port of Los Angeles’ competitive edge. Arcadis assisted with construction management services for phases 2-4 of the project.
StandardVision, LLC, a provider of architecturally integrated media installations, consulted with AC Martin and subcontracted with Turner Construction to design, manufacture and install all integrated LED media displays and narrative LED lighting throughout the façade of the Wilshire Grand Center.
The $1.55 billion Metro Regional Connector Transit Project, a 1.9-mile long subterranean twin rail tunnel linking Los Angles’ Gold, Blue and Expo lines, punched through the site of the future 2nd/Hope Station in Bunker Hill.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. was awarded a seven-year professional services prime contract for project and construction management by Los Angeles World Airports.
Michael Baker International was awarded a $7.6 million contract by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) to study the I-605/SR-91 interchange, identify improvements and widen a particularly choked three-mile stretch of westbound SR-91 in Los Angeles.