Sample Projects

Transportation
El Monte Station
Expo Rail Operations and Maintenance Facility
Metro Division 13 – Bus Maintenance Facility
Metro Bus Division No. 7 Master Plan and Residual Analysis
Route 14 Reversible HOV Lane Study
Westside Subway Extension
East San Fernando Valley Rapidway Project

Public Facilities
Rose Bowl Locker Room and Media Center
Rose Bowl Renovation and Tenant Improvements
Rose Bowl South Entry Improvements
Metrolink Train Control and Operations Support Facility
Police Academy Administration Building and Shooting Ranges
Police Academy New Training Facility
South Montebello Irrigation District Headquarter and Maintenance Facility
City of Calexico Border Master Plan
Eastside Reservoir and Booster Pump
East Los Angeles College Performing and Fine Arts Complex
Jefferson Elementary School
Los Angeles Unified School District Asphalt Repair
Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall
Museum of Latin American Art
City of Santa Monica Corporation Yard Master Plan

Commercial and Industrial
Brookside Golf Course Water Tunnel Reclamation Project
East Los Angeles College Northwest Parking Lot Rehabilitation
Hubbard Village
Museum of Latin American Art

Residential
Bronson Courts
Junipero Lofts
Loft 18
Orion Gardens Apartments
Rosewood Gardens Apartments
Teague Terrace

Roadway and Infrastructure
183rd Street Rehabilitation
City of Calexico Safe Route to School Program
Cathedral City Downtown Circulation and Alignment Study
Cole Boulevard Median Improvements
Dogwood Avenue Ramp Widening and Traffic Signals
Garces Highway Undercrossing Study
Garvey Avenue Rehabilitation and Beautification Program
Jasper Kloke Benefit Assessment District
Northwood Avenue Sewer Replacement and Street Improvements
Scaroni Pedestrian Bridge

El Monte Station

El Monte, California

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Client: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Sub-Consultant to: RNL Design

Completion Date: 2012

As part of Metro’s growing need to improve its transportation facilities, the project involves a master plan to analyze current facilities and make recommendations to meet its future planned capacity. Through a series of programming and charrette sessions, W2 Design Inc. prepared site and infrastructure maps to assist in the design process. These scenarios were made possible by utilizing GIS data as a background and planning tool.

In addition, the design team was retained to prepare design-build documents. W2 Design, Inc. is responsible for site grading and drainage, utility relocation and design, and third party support. W2 Design, Inc. provided construction support services as a representative of Metro during the construction phase of the project.

Expo Rail Operations and Maintenance Facility

Santa Monica, California

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Client: Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority

Sub-Consultant to: Maintenance Design Group

Completion Date: Under Construction

The project is a new Light Rail Maintenance Facility for the Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority. The facility will be approximately 60,000 square feet, and include administrative, operations, maintenance, and servicing space on a site of approximately 8.3 acres. The project will include the maintenance building and all site construction (including yard tracks, signals, and communication, etc.). W2 Design is providing the on and off-site civil and infrastructure engineering including grading and drainage, stormwater management, utilities design, and third party coordination.

Metro Division 13 – Bus Maintenance Facility

Los Angeles, California

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Client: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Sub-Consultant to:
Maintenance Design Group

Completion Date: 2015 est. (Construction)

As part of Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (METRO) growing need to improve its transportation facilities, the project encompasses 8 acres of a 33 acre campus dedicated to bus maintenance and operations. The project consists of expanding the existing maintenance building, adding eight bays for regular buses and nine bays for articulated buses. Directly adjacent to the maintenance building is a three story bus and passenger car parking garage. The project separates the vehicles so that the basement level is for passenger cars and the ground and upper levels are for buses. The ground floor incorporates a bus fueling (compressed natural gas), brake inspection, and wash facilities. The upper floor is an access by a pair of scissor ramps for additional bus parking. As part of the project, a public fueling station is planned to dispense alternative fuels including, compressed natural gas, hydrogen, and bio diesel.

W2 Design, Inc. is providing off-site design and pre-construction engineering to prepare the site for construction. Of significance, a street bisecting the site is to be vacated along with all the utilities. Coordination among each utility is taken to ensure uninterrupted bus service and utility service capacity are maintained.

Metro Bus Division No. 7 Master Plan and Residual Analysis

West Hollywood, California

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Client: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Sub-Consultant to: RNL Design

Completion Date: 2008

As part of Metro’s growing need to improve its transportation facilities, the project involves a master plan to analyze current facilities and make recommendations to meet its future planned capacity. Through a series of programming and charrette sessions, W2 Design Inc. prepared site and infrastructure maps to assist in the design process. The process resulted in a series of development scenarios, one of which called for a major mixed use facility incorporating a multi-level Metro bus maintenance facility, street level retail, residential units, office space, hotel component and sheriff administrative and operations center. Of note, because Santa Monica Blvd. is programmed for a future rail line, a potential underground rail station is proposed near an open space. These scenarios were made possible by utilizing GIS data as a background and planning tool.

Route 14 Reversible HOV Lane Study

Los Angeles County, California

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Client: Caltrans, District 7

Sub-Consultant to: KOA Corporation

Completion Date: 2006

As a team member to KOA Corporation, W2 Design, Inc. provided cost estimates for a reversible HOV lane along the median of Route 14 from the I-5 Interchange for approximately 20 miles. Cross sectional studies were used to apply Caltrans standards and develop estimated quantities and costs at specific locations.

Westside Subway Extension

Los Angeles County, California

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Client: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Sub-Consultant to: Parsons Brinckerhoff

Completion Date: Under Construction

As part of an extension of the existing rail facilities, W2 Design is providing CADD services for this 4.5 mile subway. The project includes tunneling, rail alignment, station design, maintenance facility design, utilities, drainage, and roadway improvements. When finished, the rail line will provide a high-capacity, high-speed, dependable alternative for those traveling to LA’s “second downtown” that includes key destinations such as Miracle Mile, Beverly Hills, Century City and Westwood, including the UCLA campus.

East San Fernando Valley Rapidway Project

Van Nuys, California

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Client: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Sub-Consultant to: KOA Corporation

Completion Date: 2016 est. (Construction)

The project’s aim was to provide the East San Fernando area transit improvements in the form of a bus rapid transit. The study examined bus flow operations in the center and in the sides of the right of way, as well as a street car and LRT operation. Each option was vetted through stakeholders. Ultimately, the study also encompasses a second corridor through Sepulveda Blvd. W2 Design Inc. provided BRT and LRT geometric design, utility relocation analysis and water resources analysis for this proposed 10.2 mile bus rapid transit corridor.

Rose Bowl Locker Room and Media Center

Pasadena, California

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Client: Rose Bowl Operating Company

Completion Date: 2007

The project is the result of adding new facilities to satisfy its current collegiate tenant, UCLA, and keep current with the trend of new facilities in sports arenas. The project involved excavation of the entire South Plaza and a new locker room building. This facility connects to the existing West and East Tunnels. One of the concerns was to replace the plaza to its original configuration and replace historic walls and planters to their original location. As the design progressed, the team had to constantly evaluate solutions in conformance to historical and landmark criteria set by the City. A new media center was constructed in place of the old locker room building located underneath the Rose Bowl. W2 Design Inc. provided civil engineering services including grading and drainage, utilities, specifications, and other technical reports. In addition, W2 Design Inc. provided construction administration services.

Rose Bowl Renovation and Tenant Improvements

Pasadena, California

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Client: Rose Bowl Operating Company

Completion Date: On-Going

W2 Design Inc. is providing civil engineering design for site and infrastructure improvements to extend the concourse surrounding the stadium, new press box with lodge seating and suites, and service facilities. W2 Design, Inc. provided design services for grading and drainage, sewer relocation, storm drain upgrades, and electrical conduit duct bank design in support of a new electrical service for the Rose Bowl. In addition, a comprehensive SWPPP was prepared to cover the entire project. The design also incorporates a SUSMP to treat the Rose Bowl via a bio-infiltration swale that is incorporated into a driveway median. In addition, W2 Design, also provided construction administration and observation services.

Rose Bowl South Entry Improvements

Pasadena, California

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Client: Rose Bowl Operating Company

Completion Date: On-Going

W2 Design Inc. is providing civil engineering design for site and infrastructure improvements for the south entry at Gate A. The work also extends the concourse surrounding the stadium, new press box with lodge seating and suites, and service facilities. W2 Design, Inc. provided design services for grading and drainage, sewer relocation, storm drain upgrades, and electrical conduit duct bank design in support of a overall development program for the Rose Bowl.

Metrolink Train Control and Operations Support Facility

Pomona, California

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Client: Metrolink/Southern California Regional Rail Association

Sub-Consultant to: RNL Design

Completion Date: 2014

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil and infrastructure engineering services for the Metrolink Train Control and Operations Support Facility. As part of Metrolink’s expansion and mandate to provide state of the art monitoring of the transit system, the new 20,000 square foot building is located adjacent to their right of way and support facility. The facility incorporates a number of sustainable features such as stormwater infiltration systems, state of the art power and electrical systems, and recycled materials. The project is built using a design build method to deliver a cost effective solution to Metrolink.

Police Academy Administration Building and Shooting Ranges

Los Angeles, California

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Client: City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering

Sub-Consultant to: RNL Design

Completion Date: Under Construction

W2 Design, Inc. is providing civil and infrastructure engineering services for the campus upgrade of the historic Administration Building and existing shooting ranges. The project includes a full upgrade of building systems and shooting range improvements. Infrastructure improvements for storm drain, sewer, and water services are also planned.

Police Academy New Training Facility

Los Angeles, California

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Client: City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering

Sub-Consultant to: RNL Design

Completion Date: Under Construction

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil and infrastructure engineering services for the New Training Facility, which will be an integral component to the Police Academy campus. The new 20,000 square foot building is cited adjacent to the athletic field and takes advantage of slope topography to maximize site usage. The project also includes additional parking facilities located on the campus.

South Montebello Irrigation District Headquarter and Maintenance Facility

Montebello, California

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Client: South Montebello Irrigation District

Completion Date: 2007

W2 Design provided civil engineering consultation for the expansion of the District’s existing maintenance facility. The new facility will incorporate a maintenance building and headquarter office which will include office space, conference/meeting room, and 24/7 emergency response center. This center monitors the system’s water distribution network and is the headquarters for staff and maintenance.

City of Calexico Border Master Plan

Calexico, California

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Client: City of Calexico

Completion Date: 2009

As part of its service, as an on-call consultant, W2 Design, Inc. served as city representative and took as part of the Technical Working Group that comprised Caltrans, San Diego Association of Government (SANDAG), and FHWA, along with other shareholders. The project developed a list of required technical studies and border crossing needs to be presented to the policy makers of the region in the project area.

The group participated in a joint effort to develop a set of agreed upon assumptions and methodologies for future California/Baja California Port of Entry forecasts for all transportation modes. This task resulted in improvements to Cesar Chavez Blvd., from Highway 98 to Second Street. As part of the coordination and planning with GSA, the Calexico New Port of Entry, FHWA, Caltrans and IVAG have indicated concerns for the transportation impacts of this new facility. The City requested Congressional Representation to pursue additional funding for the construction of the improvements necessary to mitigate these transportation impacts.

Eastside Reservoir and Booster Pump

Calexico, California

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Client: City of Calexico

Completion Date: 2008

As part of an expansion of city water services, the Eastside Water Reservoir project consists of a new 6.0 million gallon water storage tank which will be located in the south west corner of Highway 98 and Cole Road. In addition, this project also includes the construction of a booster pump building, diesel tank system, piping and generator. W2 Design, Inc. provided civil engineering support representing the City of Calexico. Services included grading and drainage, site layout, SWPPP, construction administration and management.

East Los Angeles College Performing and Fine Arts Complex

Monterey Park, California

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Client: East Los Angeles College

Sub-Consultant to: Century Diversified, Inc.

Completion Date: 2004 (Preliminary Design)

W2 Design provided preliminary civil engineering services for this $65 million 160,000 square foot ‘green’ Performing and Fine Arts Complex. The facility will incorporate an art museum, recital hall, classrooms for painting, sculpture, print making; music and practice classrooms; choir and music libraries; music computer labs; and rehearsal space. The project is LEED certified incorporating several sustainable practices and technologies including a landscape drip irrigation system, low water consumption fixtures, recycled content from demolition and construction debris, and a cool roof system.

Jefferson Elementary School

Los Angeles, California

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Client: Los Angeles Unified School District

Sub-Consultant to: Century Diversified, Inc.

Completion Date: 2006

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil engineering design for this 3.6 acre campus. The new school includes a subterranean parking garage with two multi-story buildings (37 classrooms) and associated playground and turf areas. The scope includes utility design, grading and drainage design, and erosion control, as well as associated off-site civil engineering and infrastructure design. The site incorporated a joint use park that is used by the public after school hours.

Los Angeles Unified School District Asphalt Repair

Los Angeles, California

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99th Street Elementary School, Los Angeles, CA
118th Street Elementary School, Los Angeles, CA
Haddon Children’s Center, Pacoima, CA
Haddon Elementary School, Pacoima, CA
Leichman Special Education School, Reseda, CA
Maclay Middle School, Pacoima, CA
Montague Elementary School, Pacoima, CA
Winnetka Elementary School, Canoga Park, CA

Client:
Los Angeles Unified School District

Completion Date: 1999-2001

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil engineering design for various campuses throughout the District. The projects involved the preliminary and final design and included applicable construction support. The projects were part of the District wide capital improvement bond program. W2 Design, Inc. provided engineering services for grading, paving, earthwork, drainage, fencing, signing, striping, landscaping, irrigation, and miscellaneous off-site improvements. Campuses ranged in size from five to ten acres.

Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall

Downey, California

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Client: County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works

Sub-Consultant to: GKK Corporation

Completion Date: 2003

The $37,000,000 project involved the design of two new four-story dormitories and an expansion of the existing four-story parking garage. The dormitories are part of the Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall facility. W2 Design, Inc. provided civil engineering and management services for grading, paving, earthwork, drainage, fencing, signing, striping, landscaping, irrigation, and utilities. The project also included new utilities for off-site improvements.

The project was delivered using a design-build delivery method and consisted of the addition of two new 120-bed dormitories and a parking structure addition for 85 cars. Each of the 37,000 sf dormitory buildings was site adapted for this location and upgraded to current code requirements. Work included demolition of existing buildings along with all the required infrastructure and utility improvements and associated recreational facilities on the four acre site.

Museum of Latin American Art

Long Beach, California

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Client: Museum of Latin American Art

Completion Date: 2001

The project involved the expansion of a new wing, sculpture garden, and parking lot for the Museum. W2 Design, Inc. provided engineering services for grading, paving, earthwork, drainage, fencing, signing, striping, landscaping, irrigation, and miscellaneous off-site improvement for the three acre site. Architect Manual Rosen provided the design for the new expansion.

City of Santa Monica Corporation Yard Master Plan

Santa Monica, California

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Client: City of Santa Monica, Civil Engineering and Architecture Division

Sub-Consultant to: RNL Design

Completion Date: 2010

As part of an overall master plan, the City updated its plan to modernize the existing facilities. Through a series of design studies, the team developed solutions to facility needs. Consensus was achieved by the planning team for a preferred design which was then analyzed for phasing, budgeting, and schedule input. W2 Design, Inc.’s role was infrastructure research, including storm drain, sewer, telecommunications, and water. Utilizing public domain data, various maps were created to illustrate opportunities and constraints.

Brookside Golf Course Water Tunnel Reclamation Project

Pasadena, California

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Client: Rose Bowl Operating Company

Completion Date: 2012

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil engineering services to reclaim water from two existing water tunnels to supplement the golf course irrigation. Devil’s Gate and Richardson Water Tunnels were combined into one conveyance system from the north end of the golf course, routed over a flood control channel and discharged into a newly formed lake that will serve as a reservoir. It is estimated that the golf course will save an average of 35% off of the annual water rate per year with the reclaimed water. In addition, the municipality is planning on routing recycled water to the golf course in future. With the addition of recycled water, the golf course will be 90% non-domestic water sources.

East Los Angeles College Northwest Parking Lot Rehabilitation

Monterey Park, California

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Client: East Los Angeles College

Sub-Consultant to: Century Diversified, Inc.

Completion Date: 2005

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil engineering services for the parking lot rehabilitation. As part of the design services, several alternatives were developed. The final selection yielded a higher parking space count, a walking path around the parking lot, and improved ingress and egress.

Hubbard Village

Sylmar, California

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Client: Rick Leslie Architects

Completion Date: 2012

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil and infrastructure engineering services for this mixed use development in a growing area of Sylmar, CA. The development includes tenant space for retail and office uses including a subterranean parking garage and restaurant. Design challenges included addressing stormwater issues throughout the site and navigating through a myriad of approvals for both on and off-site improvements.

Bronson Courts

Los Angeles, California

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Client: FSY Architects

Completion Date: 2008

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil and infrastructure engineering services for this 32-unit, low and moderate income apartment development. Working for a non-profit corporation, the design team produced construction documents on a tight timeline. This included solving various stormwater quality issues during the plan check phase of the project. As part of the approvals, off-site improvement plans were prepared to address a street dedication, sidewalk, curb and gutter, and minor street repair.

Junipero Lofts

San Gabriel, Califorina

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Client: T4 and Associates, LLP

Completion Date: 2007

W2 Design, Inc. provided the civil design package for this development, as well as construction administration. The project consists of a four unit townhouse apartment development on a 50’ x 150’ parcel in San Gabriel, California. The units have direct access to a subterranean two-car garage for each unit.

Loft 18

Costa Mesa, California

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Client: T4 and Associates, LLP

Completion Date: 2006

The project consists of two buildings with three residential units each. With the garage and public space on the first floor, this gives second floor loft space an open feeling. W2 Design, Inc. provided civil engineering services for this multi-family project. In addition to the civil package, a tentative map was prepared and finalized as the project was under construction.

Orion Gardens Apartments

North Hills, California

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Client: FSY Architects

Completion Date: 2008

W2 Design provided civil and infrastructure engineering services for this 32-unit, low and moderate income apartment development. Working for a non-profit corporation, the design team produced construction documents in a tight timeline. This included solving various stormwater quality issues during the plan check phase of the project and design of a storm drain lift station to solve site terrain issues.

Rosewood Gardens Apartments

Los Angeles, California

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Client: FSY Architects

Completion Date: 2010

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil and infrastructure engineering services for this 54-unit, low and moderate income apartment development. Working for a non-profit corporation, the design team produced construction documents in an expedited timeline in order to meet state and federal funding guidelines. This included coordinating impacts with the neighboring church and solving various stormwater quality issues during the plan check phase of the project.

Teague Terrace

Los Angeles, California

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Client: FSY Architects

Completion Date: 2016 est. Construction

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil and infrastructure engineering services for this 56-unit, low and moderate income apartment development. The project includes 38,000 sf of residential units while the remaining 11,000 sf is programmed for common space and a subterranean parking garage. Working for a non-profit corporation, the design team produced construction documents on a tight timeline to ensure that funding sources from the state and federal agencies would arrive in time for construction. Of note, this project required extensive off-site work that included street improvements, street lighting, and a re-design of an existing sewer crossing the site. Stormwater was addressed through a capture and use system to supply irrigation to a communal garden at the ground level.

183rd Street Rehabilitation

Artesia, California

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Client: City of Artesia, Department of Public Works

Completion Date: 2007

W2 Design, Inc. prepared construction documents for the rehabilitation of 183rd Street. The project encompassed 5,500 linear feet of a major roadway. Various design challenges were solved through conducting detailed field investigations and having a proactive attitude towards meeting the City’s goals. The initial project was only half the final length. However, after regional funds were obtained, the scope was revised to expand the work. As part of that expansion, two traffic signals were incorporated in the work.

City of Calexico Safe Route to School Program

Calexico, California

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Client: City of Calexico

Completion Date: 2006

W2 Design Inc. performed field survey and provided civil and traffic engineering in accordance to Caltrans Safe Route to School Program. The project included close coordination with the Department of Public Works, Public Facilities Department, Calexico Unified School District and Police Department. The project resulted in new sidewalks, wheel chair ramps, curbs and gutters, and traffic striping. This project was awarded to the City as part of a grant application to Caltrans.

Cathedral City Downtown Circulation and Alignment Study

Cathedral City, California

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Client: City of Cathedral City

Completion Date: 2008

This transportation project addresses the regional transportation model developed by the Coachella Valley Association of Governments. After building consensus among the stakeholders final recommendations were adopted by the City Council. East Palm Canyon will be expanded from four lanes to six lanes. Perez Road will be planned from four lanes to six lanes with implementation in ten to twenty years. Date Palm Drive will be expanded from four to six lanes. Officer David Vasquez Road will remain a local road with access to Date Palm Drive. Utilizing existing parcel and street centerline data, each alignment will study potential right of way issues. GIS technologies assisted in overlaying roadway geometrics and determining the amount of right of way take. A detailed traffic study and order of magnitude cost estimate were prepared for this project.

Cole Boulevard Median Improvements

Calexico, California

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Client: City of Calexico

Completion Date: 2007 (design)

To address potential traffic conflicts in this major intersection at Fiesta Avenue and Imperial Avenue, W2 Design, Inc. is proposed the installation of median islands within the public right of way. This solution was to resolve intersection hazards and traffic conflicts from the short spacing of driveways and intersections. W2 Design, Inc. provided engineering project management, design and production for this project as part of a grant funded by the US Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration.

Dogwood Avenue Ramp Widening and Traffic Signals

El Centro, California

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Client: City of El Centro

Completion Date: 2011

W2 Design, Inc. provided civil engineering design for the interim bridge improvements which include ramp widening and traffic signals. The previous configuration was one lane on and off ramps. The new design expands each ramp, adds one additional lane, and incorporates a traffic signal at each intersection. In coordination with Caltrans, Imperial Irrigation District, adjacent developers, and affected utilities, this project is a vital link to proposed development south of the interchange. The scope included a Project Study Report, Traffic Management Plan, and Storm Water Drainage Report, and plan, specification, and estimate package.

Garces Highway Undercrossing Study

Delano, California

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Client: City of Delano, Department of Public Works

Completion Date: 2008

The purpose of the study was to examine alternatives for the Graces Highway undercrossing in the City of Delano. The highway crosses a Union Pacific Railroad and has direct access to State Highway 99. In anticipation of future growth and development, the undercrossing is a critical component to the City’s circulation system. The study analyzed the horizontal and vertical alignment, as well as cross section studies. Each alternative analyzed potential right-of-way takes and realignment of frontage roads. County GIS information was utilized as a background for the study.

Garvey Avenue Rehabilitation and Beautification Program

Monterey Park, California

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Client: City of Monterey Park, Department of Public Works

Sub-Consultant to: Century Diversified, Inc.

Completion Date: 2002

W2 Design, Inc., provided engineering project management, design and production for this 1.5 mile street rehabilitation. Work included providing civil paving and striping plans. As part of the scope of work, a street beautification program is in place to beautify and enhance the downtown area with new landscape, planting areas, sidewalk, crosswalk, street lighting standards, two traffic signals on Garvey Avenue, and concrete pavers.

In addition, W2 Design, Inc. was successful in securing additional funding for the project through various federal and regional programs.

Cathedral City Downtown Circulation and Alignment Study

Cathedral City, California

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Client: City of Cathedral City

Completion Date: July 2008

This transportation project addresses the regional transportation model developed by the Coachella Valley Association of Governments. After building consensus among the stakeholders final recommendations were adopted by the City Council. East Palm Canyon will be expanded from four lanes to six lanes. Perez Road will be planned from four lanes to six lanes with implementation in ten to twenty years. Date Palm Drive will be expanded from four to six lanes. Officer David Vasquez Road will remain a local road with access to Date Palm Drive. Utilizing existing parcel and street centerline data, each alignment will study potential right of way issues. GIS technologies assisted in overlaying roadway geometrics and determining the amount of right of way take. A detailed traffic study and order of magnitude cost estimate were prepared for this project.

Jasper Kloke Benefit Assessment District

Calexico, California

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Client/Lead Agency: City of Calexico

Completion Date: 2009

The City of Calexico has experienced unprecedented growth in its housing and commercial sectors. To accommodate this growth and future development proposals, an assessment district is being formed to plan for future growth along the City’s northern and western borders. Encompassing approximately 2,700 acres, there are a total of nine developments that are within the proposed assessment district boundaries. The project addresses three critical areas of development – streets, sewer, and water. The project is projected to cost $70 million and will be financed by municipal bonds.

Nothwood Avenue Sewer Replacement and Street Improvements

Compton, California

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Client: City of Compton, Public Works Department

Completion Date: 2011

W2 Design, Inc. provided construction management for this sewer replacement and street improvement project. The project involved replacing 2,600 linear feet of 8” and 10” diameter sewer pipe and street pavement rehabilitation for 2,850 linear feet of residential street. The project also reconstructed curbs, access ramps, driveways, and sidewalks. The $1.2 million capital improvement project came in on time and within budget.

Sacroni Pedestrian Bridge

Calexico, California

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Client: City of Calexico

Completion Date:
2007

W2 Design, Inc. provided project management and engineering oversight for this pedestrian bridge over the All American Canal. As part of a $600,000 grant, the project was expedited through W2 Design, Inc.’s efforts to provide project and construction management for the very short three month construction period. W2 Design, Inc. provided assistance with design consultant selection, contract change orders, requests for information, and inspection. Of note, critical coordination between the City and Imperial Irrigation District was necessary to comply with safety requirements regarding electric wires within the project limits. The project was completed within budget and on time with a grand opening two days after project completion.