Monterey Park Hotel

 

Owner : Charles Company
Contact : Kevin Tsai | kevintsaiarchitecture@gmail.com (310) 486-9328
Year Project Started : 2015
Year Project Constructed : On-going
Project Cost : $40M
Contract Amount : $47,995
Address : 910 W. Garvey AvenueMonterey Park, CA 91754
Client : Kevin Tsai Architecture
833 S. Spring Street Los Angeles, CA 90014

Project Description:

Charles Company intends to construct a new hotel/mixed-use building with an underground parking level at Garvey Boulevard and Atlantic Boulevard in Monterey Park California. The six (6) story structure will be constructed in an approximately 1.96 Acre lot. The vision for the project is to create a high quality, iconic sense of place by providing critical mass necessary to ensure active and pedestrian friendly open space that is safe for the community. Mixing the hotel with the residences will allow the creation of vital and lively neighborhood, where the people will be able to walk, shop and dine within steps of where they live. The hotel facility will encompass a small conference facility, two restaurants/café night club/bar and boutique/ sundry services. Most of these located at ground level, allowing the access from the street and thus creating a presence at the corner.

VCA’s Role:

VCA Engineers is currently providing the complete civil engineering service for the new mixed-use building. As part of the design, VCA will provide the finish floor elevations of the new structures relative to the site for drainage and ADA compliance. In addition, VCA is preparing the full construction drawings depicting: Site Horizontal and Vertical Control, Site Paving, Grading and Drainage with local Storm Water Management Design (SUSMP and LID), hydrology and hydraulics study, Utility Plans, Utility Profiles, Site Sections and Details, including details of critical conditions and connections. VCA will also design the storm drain lines and other wet utilities such as fire water, potable water, and sanitary sewer. VCA will also help prepare SWPPP Handbook and NOIR and NOT submittal and Erosion Control Plans.

 
 
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