Foothill Transit Park and Ride Facility Parking Structure

Foothill Transit Park and Ride Facility Parking Structure

Project Name:
Foothill Transit Park and Ride Facility Parking Structure

Location:
600 South Brea Canyon Rd, City of Industry, CA

Description of Project:
Klorman Construction was the general contractor of the Foothill Transit Park and Ride Facility parking structure that provides parking for local residents who choose public transportation for their commutes into downtown Los Angeles.

This 5-level, 216,000-sq ft, 620-car parking structure is Foothill Transit’s first ever agency-owned Park and Ride facility. The design embraces the materials and themes of the neighborhood while promoting Foothill Transit’s goals of a dynamic visual experience for those entering the city by rail or car. The facility has pedestrian plazas, electric vehicle charging stations, secure bike lockers for local cyclists, and solar-powered LED lighting and large art mural.

Bradley West International Airport

Bradley West International Airport

Project Name:
Bradley West International Airport

Location:
Los Angeles Airport., Los Angeles, CA

Owner:
Los Angeles World Airports

Architect or Engineer:
Fentress Architects, Santa Monica, CA

Description of Project:
The Bradley West Project is one of the most ambitious airport projects in the country, involving the complete renovation, reconfiguration and a new West Terminal of the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), a 7-story building that will total more than 665,000 square feet. The project features a Baggage level footprint of roughly 158,000 square feet, with 24” thick retaining walls and architectural concrete towers standing nearly 90 feet tall. The project also provides fourteen new airline gates, capable of handling the next generation of super-sized jumbo jets, Walsh Austin Joint Venture is the construction manager on the project. Klorman Construction is the main structural concrete contractor, including Excavation and Backfill, Concrete Formwork, Steel Reinforcement, Concrete Placing and Finishing, Hoisting and Support equipment, and Below Grade Waterproofing with Sub-Drainage System. Klorman’s Virtual Design and Construction Department was responsible for the Building Information Modeling (BIM), a way to effectively and efficiently manage the project and coordinate various tasks, including concrete formwork, shop drawings, scheduling and resource management.

Amtrak Maintenance Facility

Amtrak Maintenance Facility

Amtrak Maintenance Facility

Project Name: 
Amtrak Maintenance Facility

Location:
Los Angeles Train Yard

Project Description:
The 58,000-square-foot facility is comprised of eight service bays, each measuring 120-feet long. Klorman Construction’s Formwork and Concrete Divisions provided the structural concrete for the foundations, maintenance pits, walls and pilasters, and the special supports for tracks. Klorman’s Virtual Design and Construction Department was responsible for the Building Information Modeling (BIM) to manage the project and coordinate clash detection, formwork drawings, shop drawings, scheduling and resource management. The project is complex and unique given the configuration of the service bays. A track and service trench runs full length of the building to allow for train cars to pass through the facility. The bays consist of two open-air inbound bays for staging and preparation of cars to be serviced, five service bays where most servicing is done and one outbound bay which allows for last moment staging and servicing.

Metro Parking Structure

Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension Pomona Atlantic Parking Structure

Project Name:
Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension Pomona Atlantic Parking Structure

Location:
Atlantic Blvd. and Pomona Ave., Los Angeles, CA

Owner:
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA, or Metro)

Architect or Engineer:
Parkitects, Irvine, CA

Description of Project:
The Design/Build three-level, 261 car post-tensioned Park N Ride parking structure is unique in that the structure allows for easy modification in the future to take into account potential changes in the usage. An exterior ramp was constructed to the second level of the parking structure, which will allow for the potential partial or complete conversion of the first level into some retail in the future. Additionally, the design also allows a fourth level of parking being added in such a scenario.

LAUSD High School #10

LAUSD High School #10

LAUSD

Project Name: 
LAUSD High School #10

Location:
Los Angeles , CA

Owner:
Los Angeles Unified School District

Architect or Engineer:
Johnson Fain, Los Angeles

Description of Project:
Structural Concrete construction for the new 72 classroom high school involving the redevelopment of 19 acres west of downtown Los Angeles to create a new 231,000 sq. ft. academic and athletic complex in seven buildings, varying in height from two to four stories, as well as a parking structure. Also included are a performing arts auditorium, a food court and a multi media library. In order to serve a number of area high schools, the program includes a special emphasis on its sport facilities, including two large gymnasiums, an Olympic-size swimming pool and a full-feature stadium.

Valley Performing Arts Center

Valley Performing Arts Center

Valley Performaing Arts Center

Project Name: 
Valley Performing Arts Center

Location:
Northridge, CA

Owner:
Cal State University, Northridge, CA

Architect or Engineer:
Minneapolis-based HGA Architecture

Description of Project:
Located on the southern edge of the Cal State University, Northridge campus, the Valley Performing Arts Center  hosts a range of performances — from orchestra to opera, theater and Broadway shows, dance, film, lectures, and student productions. The 163,000-square-foot facility includes a 1,600-seat multi-purpose concert hall, a black box theater, classrooms, a 150-seat lecture room, rehearsal space and a broadcast facility for public radio. The design features a radial raised floor for stadium seating, sub-floor cast-in-place vaults and ducting for the heating and air-conditioning systems. Klorman Construction utilized their in-house computer 3-D modeling and constructability program to assist in the difficult complex construction coordination.

Toyota of Carlsbad

Toyota of Carlsbad

Project Name: 
Toyota of Carlsbad

Location:
Carlsbad, CA

Owner:
Steller Properties LLC

Architect or Engineer:
International Parking Design

Description of Project:
The 92,000 square-foot parking structure is the first multi-level inventory structure in the city. The three levels over one basement level parking structure was design/built to store up to 531 vehicle to accommodate the rapid growth of one of the largest car dealers in North San Diego County.

Archstone Gateway Apartments

Archstone Gateway Apartments

Project Name:
Archstone Gateway Apartments

Location:
Anaheim and Orange, CA

Owner:
Robertson Property Group, Los Angeles, CA

Architect or Engineer:
Architects Orange, Orange, CA; Klorman Construction Design-Build Contractor

Description of Project:
The apartment project consists of multi-storey buildings that wrap-around two multi-level parking garages, creating numerous on-grade courtyards, each designed with a unique landscape theme. Two concrete parking structures accomodate 1,670 cars for a 845-unit, multifamily residential project on a 19-acre site that straddles the boundary between the cities of Anaheim and Orange, CA. The design-build post-tensioned concrete parking structures consist of a 312,000 sq. ft., 6-level parking structure for 1018 cars in the City of Anaheim and a 204,000 sq. ft. 5- level parking structure for 652 cars in the City of Orange. Klorman Construction’s experience helped to expedite navigation through a complex approval and permitting process that required separate planning and permit approvals from both cities’ building department and other governing agencies. Any requirements from one city had to be agreed upon by officials from the other city.