Port of Los Angeles
Project Controls Support Services
Construction of a new rail yard to provide increased on-dock rail access to incoming cargo, increasing efficiency and reducing emissions from truck traffic. The $110 million project relocates the Harbor Port Line from its current berth, with a scope of work that includes support tracks for container terminals, double-track connections to the Alameda Corridor and national rail network, a new office building (designed for LEED certification), maintenance buildings, and underground electrical, sewage and water utilities. Our staff provided cost estimating and scheduling services to the construction management firm.
- Berth 200 Rail Yard, including Yards 1 and 2, engine service tracks and Distribution and Auto Services (DAS) storage tracks
- Yang Ming terminal and proposed TraPac terminal on-dock yard Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) Storage Tracks with a capacity of 40 305' articulated container cars.
- Grade crossing signal protection for five at-grade street crossings.
- Yard Administration Building (8,100 sf) designed to achieve LEED-Gold certification
- Locomotive Service Facility (8,200 sf)
- Existing substructure relocation, protection and abandonment, grading, paving, drainage, lighting, fencing. Coordination of significant utility removals by others.