LIN Consulting is responsible for providing electrical design services for the proposed splash pads at San Angelo Park, City Terrace Park, and Atlantic Avenue County Park for the County of Los Angeles. The electrical design component of the project will provide power to the pump shelter per the pump designer’s specifications. LIN Consulting is also responsible for the replacement and upgrade of the existing service switchboard at San Angelo Park.
This project was a large-scale undertaking that aimed to alleviate traffic congestion on the pertinent freeways. It involved designing, building, operating, and maintaining ExpressLanes on Interstate 10 (San Bernardino Freeway/ El Monte Busway) and Interstate 110 (Harbor Transitway). LIN Consulting, a sub-consultant on the project, is assisting the prime firm in converting existing HOV lanes to toll ExpressLanes, improving roadway infrastructure, and enhancing transit services and facilities. Specific tasks include: preparing roadway lighting, electrical, and power drop plans; designing fiber optic plans within the Caltrans right-of-way for the toll system; and handling the design of a Ramp Metering System (RMS). LIN Consulting is also charged with preparing traffic signals, temporary traffic signals, street lighting, signing/striping, and worksite traffic control plans for the Cities of Los Angeles, El Monte, Hawthorne, and San Gabriel.
LIN Consulting, Inc. provided project traffic engineering services for the Mid-City/ Exposition Light Rail Design/Build Project, a nine-mile-long light rail line connecting eight stations in the City of Los Angeles. The project area ran along the existing railroad right-of-way within Exposition Blvd., connecting the existing Blue Line station in Downtown Los Angeles and the new Washington/Venice Station in the City of Culver City. LIN Consulting designed traffic signals and roadway lighting for various segments along the LRT alignment and prepared over 60 sheets of street lighting design and over 30 sheets of traffic signal design plans. The firm also handled the design of temporary roadway lighting and temporary traffic signal plans at a number of locations; in addition to the design of an LRT priority system, including the installation of predictor cabinets, LRT system detection loops, and communications infrastructure.