Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor

JGM’s role on the Crenshaw Rail Transit Project is to provide resident engineers and office field engineers. Our dedicated Resident Engineers are providing direct assistance to the construction managers and are responsible for the system integration and tunnel connection, as well as providing management and administrative services on the yards and shops. The field office […]

Location:

 Los Angeles, CA

Client/Owner:

 Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Services:

 Architectural, Engineering

Construction:

 $2.2 billion

Completion:

 On-going

About this Project

JGM’s role on the Crenshaw Rail Transit Project is to provide resident engineers and office field engineers. Our dedicated Resident Engineers are providing direct assistance to the construction managers and are responsible for the system integration and tunnel connection, as well as providing management and administrative services on the yards and shops. The field office engineering staff is responsible for all engineering services related to the implementation of the yards and shops and other related activities. The engineers assigned to this effort has been trained on the JGM safety program, as well as Metro and General contractor safety program.

 The Crenshaw/LAX line will serve the Crenshaw Corridor, Inglewood, Westchester and the LAX area. It will offer an alternative transportation option to congested roadways and provide significant environmental benefits, economic development and employment opportunities. The Crenshaw/LAX project is one of 12 transit projects funded by Measure R, the half-cent sales tax approved by Los Angeles County voters in 2008. The official names of the eight new stations of the 8.5-mile Crenshaw LAX Transit Corridor: Expo/Crenshaw, Crenshaw/Martin Luther King, Crenshaw/ Vernon (Leimert Park), Crenshaw/Slauson, Florence/West, Florence/La Brea, Florence/Hindry and Aviation/Century.