LOCATION: City of Los Angeles, California
CUSTOMER: Ortiz Enterprises, Inc
PROJECT SCOPE: Construct of a multimodal bridge over the Los Angeles River between Elysian Valley on the south and Taylor Yard on the north. The bridge is being designed for bicycle and pedestrian use, and will also support emergency vehicles. On the north, a bikeway ramp will be constructed, which will lead to Kerr Road. The proposed steel-framed bridge will be approximately 400 feet long and be supported on abutments on the north and south, and a concrete foundational support pier in the central portion of the Los Angeles River bed. The abutment to the north side will be adjacent to the Los Angeles River maintenance road; the abutment on the south side will be adjacent to the existing bikeway. The width of the actual pedestrian and bikeway path will be approximately 18 feet.
CHARACTERISTICS: Elecnor Belco provided electrical design and installation of bridge, pathway and hand rail lighting. Total of 219 bridge lighting fixtures integrated into handrail and 7 roadway light poles were installed.
START AND FINISH DATE: April 2020 to Jan 2021