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.

The Arroyo Valley High School Track & Field Renovation was a $600,000 project for the San Bernardino City Unified School District. The project’s primary purpose was to construct the subsurface and drainage systems for a new track. The project included demolition of the old track, track subsurface reconstruction, including related field event, fencing, site furnishing improvements, utility upgrades and ADA improvements.
This project was the conversion of an existing natural grass soccer field to synthetic turf. In addition to the installation of Synthetic Turf, other improvements included storm drain upgrades, concrete curb and flatwork. The project was completed during the Summer recess to avoid any disruption to Students and Staff.
The Almansor Park project was a complete renovation of the existing park. This included demolition and removal of the existing restroom structure, perimeter CMU walls, basketball courts, site furnishings, electrical, irrigation and landscaping. LAE constructed all new features including ADA upgraded restroom facility, new drainage, irrigation and lighting features, and drought tolerant landscaping. The basketball courts were reconstructed and new vibrant sports coating applied. Finally, Shade structures were installed to insure a more pleasurable experience while enjoying the new site furnishings of picnic tables and benches.
These projects provided for the conversion of existing natural turf fields to Synthetic Turf in the City of Long Beach's on-going fight against drought. In addition to the installation of Synthetic Turf, other improvements included storm drain upgrades, concrete curb and flatwork, fencing, electrical, and site furnishings.
The Amie Basin Pump Station Upgrades project was a $1.2 million project for the City of Torrance. The intention of the project was to replace two older 150 HP Submersible Pumps with two new 150 HP and one new 250 HP pumps to improve the pumping capacity of the regional stormwater capture basin. Work included, install of 3 new submersible pumps, Ductile Iron piping and appurtenances, electrical cable and conduits, a new transformer, new Motor Control Center and Switchgear, custom Programable Logic Controller and instrumentation.
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