Long Beach Airport Site Improvements

 

Owner : City of Long Beach
Contact : Jeffrey A. Sedlak | jeffrey.sedlak@longbeach.gov | (562) 570-2623
Year Project Started : 2009
Year Project Constructed : 2010
Project Cost : $25 M
Contract Amount : $300,934.50
Address : 4100 E Donald Douglas Drive, Long Beach, CA 90808
Client : HOK
9530 Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232

Project Description:

The project consisted of new construction and alterations to existing terminal facilities at the Long Beach Airport. The work covered a floor area of about 45,913 SF with 8,163 SF remodeled space. Construction performed in this project followed the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) prepared to address improvements made to the airport. New construction included enclosed conditioned space i.e., hold rooms, airside restrooms, and concession tenant spaces, and covered non-conditioned areas i.e., canopies connecting hold rooms and existing terminals. The existing south terminal was remodeled for use as a passenger screening checkpoint. The engineering services covered were conceptual design, schematic design, design development, construction documents, assistance to the City during bidding and negotiation, and project administration and management phases.


VCA’s Role:

VCA Engineers Inc. services included conceptual design, schematic design, design development, construction documents, and assistance to the City during bidding and negotiation, and project administration and management phases. VCA provided the complete civil and site utility assessment prior to final design. A complete set of construction documents including site plans, grading plans, utility plans, and technical specifications were submitted. These documents incorporated sustainable design principles and applicable EIR mitigation measures.

 
 
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