Port of Los Angeles


Project Controls Support Services

Project Description

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.

Project Highlights

  • 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.