Amtrak Progressive Maintenance Facility

Description

Construction of a new 55,200 SF building for servicing and maintaining various cars of the Amtrak rail fleet. The structure is mainly comprised of cast-in-place concrete pits, slabs and foundation walls supporting a structural steel frame covered by a standing seam roof and partial height walls. A second story mezzanine houses administration offices and employee locker rooms.

LEED Certification

Client

Amtrak - National Railroad Passenger Corporation

ARCHITECT

Jacobs Global Buildings Design (formerly KlingStubbins)

CITY

Los Angeles, California

MARKET SECTOR

Education

Transportation

Municipal/Government

Surety Takeover

Healthcare

DELIVERY METHOD

Construction Management

Design-Build

Design-Bid-Build