Completed Projects

Here are some of the completed, or near completed projects that Los Angeles Engineering, Inc. has built.  The projects shows off the diversity of work that Los Angeles Engineering, Inc.  is capable of performing, and will give you a description of the nature of the projects.

We have almost completed the construction of the El Moro Campground at Crystal Cove State Park. The site has been transformed from a mobile home park to a premier campsite within the California State Parks system. Campsites will be able to be reserved on July 1, 2011 through Reserve America. The campground includes stellar beach views, hiking, picnicking, state of the art campsite restrooms, and beach access for surfing and swimming.
Los Angeles Engineering has partnered with the City of Beaumont to build the new Potrero Bridge. The new truss bridge spans the railroad tracks and Historic San Timoteo Creek. It sits four stories above the creek bed, just west of the 10 Freeway. The bridge will keep traffic flowing in the Pass and become an important key to the future of Beaumont. The project will open up more than 2,000 acres for commercial and industrial development, creating the potential for thousands of jobs in the region. The bridge design has two parts and a total of six spans that extend for about 700 feet and weighs in at four million pounds.
The Antelope Valley Track and Station Improvement Project is a $7 Million project that we are contracted with Southern California Regional Rail Authority. This is a substantial grading project. We will be moving 100,000 cubic yards of earth materiel to construct a two mile stretch of rail road track siding. Out of the 100,000 cubic yards of earth 35,000 cubic yards will be stabilized fill utilizing soil cement. The project also includes constructing mechanically stabilized earth retaining walls (MSE), culvert extension including structural head walls, and track signal installation. The proposed two mile stretch of siding track will allow additional trains to move between Antelope Valley, and Los Angeles County. This benefits the green building effort by adding more public transportation and commuting.
Burbank, CA

The Burbank High School Track and Field Renovation project consists of demolition of existing football field and site amenities. Approximately 2,400 cy of existing soil will be removed and replaced with a new permeable base subgrade and synthetic turf playing field. New Musco sports lighting, cooling system, drainage system, and athletic equipment will be installed. Minor rehabilitation of landscape will be performed upon completion. A new restroom, approx. 400sf, will also be constructed at the SW portion of the field. The southern section of the restroom will cantilever over an existing wall and be supported by (6) 30" diameter by 45" deep piles
Orange, CA

El Camino Real Park Renovation project includes demolition, grading, paving, site utilities, electrical service, sport lighting, walkways with security lighting, landscaping, irrigation and a new shade structure. Construction of a new community and restroom building, renovation of a concession , maintenance and restroom building. Construction of four new softball fields including chain link back stops and fence, new infield and sod outfield.
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