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Project Title / Client

Port of Los Angeles (POLA) Police Headquarter Facilities/ Port of Los Angeles

The Port Police Headquarters and Parking Structure Project consisted of a new three-story Police Headquarters Building with one level of 92-stall subterranean parking structure, a new detached two-story and 130-stall parking structure, new hi-profile vehicle storage building, shooting range, surface parking, public plaza and site landscaping/hardscaping. The scope of work also included demolition of one existing office building and one parking structure in order to accommodate the new Police Headquarters Facility. This project earned a LEED Gold rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. IEM prepared the engineer's estimate during various design phases and provided construction management services, including contract administration, project engineering, change order estimating and negotiation, contractor schedule review, and project engineering during construction of this project.

POLB Fire Station #24/ Port of Long Beach

Fire Station No. 24 consists of a new single story 6500 SF fire station building on a 2 acre site. This facility is considered an Essential Facility, houses important public safety equipment and personnel at a key location on Terminal Island, and is a model for future fire houses. This new facility included an apparatus room to accommodate two fire apparatus vehicles, as well as living quarters for firefighters and their captain, a modern kitchen, day room, workout room, medical cleanup room, and locker room. The station also houses special hazardous materials equipment, which are used to combat dangerous fires or spills. IEM provided construction management services including constructability review, project management, project engineering, cost estimating, and scheduling for this project.

POLB Middle Harbor Marine Ops and Power Shop Building/ Port of Long Beach

This project involves Construction of a 14,000 S.F. 2-story, steel framed marine operations (office) building and a 50,000 S.F. 2-story, steel maintenance and repair building with automobile parking lot, internal terminal roadway, site improvements, security fencing around the site, landscaping, site utilities including water, gas, sewer, storm drain, site lighting, electrical and communication ductbanks. This was a very challenging project since it encountered numerous unforeseen conditions and required coordination with other adjacent construction projects. IEM provided project/office engineering and cost estimating services for this project.

POLB Middle Harbor Power Crane Maintenance Shop and Crane Maintenance Facilities/ Port of Long Beach

Middle Harbor Redevelopment program is a 10-year, $750M project that is divided into two phases to modernize Piers D, E and F into one efficient, automated terminal to enable deep-water berths for bigger, greener ships and double capacity. IEM provided Constructability Review and cost estimating services during various design phases for the following buildings on this program: North Operations & IT Building (NOIT); Marine Operations Building (MOB); Power Shop & Crane Maintenance Building; Chassis Repair Shop Complex; Roadability Building; Reefer Wash/Gen-Set Facility; Battery Exchange Building & Carport; Storage Canopy

POLB Middle Harbor Terminal Building Demolition/ Port of Long Beach

This project consisted of abatement and disposal of hazardous materials (asbestos, lead, and other contaminated materials) from eight existing obsolete terminal buildings on Piers D and E. The project included the demolition and complete removal of eight (8) buildings, cutting and capping existing utilities, excavating and grading of the building sites to match existing grade as part of modern contiguous 342-acre Middle Harbor Terminal Redevelopment Program. IEM provided construction management services for this project.

Hyperion Environmental Learning Center/ County of Los Angeles, BOE

The ELC - West Project was envisioned with the mission of increasing public awareness of how urban activities affect the environment and educate the public of how the City of LA is protecting and improving our environment by expanding on the City's current environmental education programs. This project converted the original HTP's administrative offices to a learning center, which houses two exhibit galleries, an auditorium, multi-purpose classroom and offices for support staff. A special feature of the Center is an observation deck on the rooftop where visitors can see the building's sustainability features and a panoramic view of the Santa Monica Bay. Sustainable design is an important feature of this project, which received Gold LEED certification from U.S. Green Building Council. The ELC project also received the Project Achievement Award from Construction Management Association of America in 2012. IEM provided construction management services for this project.

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