LIN Consulting provided traffic and civil engineering services for a new traffic signal on Temple Avenue at the entrance to the Shilo Inn Business Park. The firm was responsible for the preparation of plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E), as well as supervising traffic engineering tasks, such as the design of a new traffic signal, traffic signal interconnect, and street improvement plans to provide for ADA access along the sidewalk and across existing driveways. At the City’s direction, potholing to confirm the location of existing, potentially conflicting utilities, was added to the scope of work. A subconsultant was secured and directed to perform the potholing requirements.
LIN Consulting provided full civil engineering services for the development of this parcel of land, including grading and drainage, hydrology, WQMP, street improvement plans, and wet utilities. Street improvement tasks included preparation and coordination of plans under the LACDPW, standards, sidewalks, driveways, street overlay and utility connections. Utility coordination efforts were provided for telephone, cable, sewer, water and SCE.
As the prime firm for this contract, LIN Consulting was responsible for developing comprehensive designs for the City, including traffic signal plans, signing and striping plans, and civil/street improvement plans. The firm directed the upgrading of the City’s Type 170E traffic controllers to Type 2070 traffic signal controllers; drafted plans for the proposed changes to intersection striping at Kimball Road and Foothill Road; and prepared a separate Street Improvement Plan that depicted all necessary line work, elevations, and notes for the proposed roadway improvements so that the traffic signal equipment could be properly installed. Signing and striping modifications reflected the change in traffic operation from unsignalized, stop-controlled traffic movements to a signalized condition with accurate crosswalks striping, and pavement delineation.
In conjunction with Allstate Recycling, LIN Consulting is responsible for laying the groundwork for a proposed recycling facility expansion in the City of Rancho Cucamonga. The firm will review the existing schematic site plan and revise its provisions to comply with city requirements. LIN Consulting will also design and prepare construction plans for a grading and drainage base, an erosion control plan, and a base map for fire hydrant design.
LIN Consulting was a subconsultant for the Heritage Park project in the City of Irvine. LIN Consulting’s tasks include electrical power design for a water pump feature, in addition to grading, retaining wall, and drainage design for the proposed improvements at Heritage Park. The completed designs depicted grading and drainage layouts for the proposed improvements at the park ball fields, as well as corresponding walkways and ADA access.
LIN Consulting was responsible for providing civil and electrical services pertaining to the Copper Hill Park Improvements Project in the City of Santa Clarita. The firm was responsible for electrical lighting, grading, and drainage designs for the project site. The grading and drainage designs encompassed improvements at the park, parking lot designs, low-impact development (LID) compliance, and the inclusion of ADA access. Specific tasks included gravity utilities, hydrology studies, storm drain designs, and electrical and lighting designs for the parking lot and future restroom and gazebo. In producing these designs, firm engineers researched existing record drawings and performed field checks, assisted in schematic design development and lighting fixture selection, and coordinated with power companies to acquire new service connections for the project’s lighting improvements.