JGM was a Joint Venture Partner of the Alameda Corridor Engineering Team (ACET), the overall Program Manager for this massive development. Working in close cooperation with all interested parties including the Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority (ACTA), the Client/Owner of the project, the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific Railroads, seven impacted cities, and hundreds of property owners, institutions and community groups, ACET was proud to bring the project in on time and under budget. ACET and ACTA were joint recipients of the California Transportation Foundation’s 2003 Tranny Award for “Project of the Year.”
Spanning more than 20 miles in length, 10 miles of which is in a 35-foot deep trench, the Alameda Corridor is a direct freight rail link from the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to the transcontinental rail distribution network east of downtown Los Angeles. Security work included strategic placement of CCTV devices, technology/equipment selection of CCTV devices, and design and layout of communications and power conduits.
Representative scope included On-Call Program Management Services Alternate Analysis for Route Selection Concept Plans; Locally Preferred Alternative Environmental Impact Report (EIR); Environmental Impact Statement (EIS); North End Rail Operations Study Master Project Schedule; Mid Corridor Trench Alternatives Study Track Layout Plans; North/South Ends Preliminary Engineering Advancement; Utility Mapping/ Control List Updates and Project Cost Estimates.