Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Emergency Vehicle Operations Center
- Services Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering
- Market(s) Civic, Government, Roadway
12,000Linear Feet of Training Tracks
2.5MGallons of Stormwater Runoff Capacity
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department provides training to Sheriffs Academy trainees, Deputies, and professional staff on the safe operation of their vehicles in hazardous situations and at high speeds to meet the State’s Police Officers Standards and Training requirements. The new Emergency Vehicle Operation Center (EVOC) project will provide classrooms, operations support spaces, and paved training roadway tracks for Sherriff’s Deputy Trainees.
Proposed work includes a new modular building, the construction of a an employee parking lot and a visitor parking lot with ADA path of travel to the buildings, and the construction of multiple training track elements including a high speed track, pursuit track, skid pan, and collision avoidance track. Infiltration basins were constructed to meet County of Los Angeles Low Impact Development requirements.
Additional Services Provided:
- Low Impact Development
- Parking Design
- Site Development
- Site Entitlement
- Stormwater Management
- Utility Infrastructure