VA West LA Veteran’s Campus Development
Los Angeles, California
- Services Civil Engineering
- Market(s) Government, Residential
KPFF is currently providing civil engineering and project management support for the revitalization of the West LA Veteran’s Community, on its 388-acre campus in Los Angeles. The revitalization will ultimately support 900+ homes for formerly homeless veterans in Los Angeles, providing a vibrant, cohesive, and supportive residential neighborhood for homeless and at-risk Veterans and their families. The campus is undergoing a campus-wide rehabilitation, with improvements that include historic housing structures, new homes, domestic and fire water infrastructure, street and utility infrastructure, redevelopment of parks, rehabilitation of historic buildings, and LID strategies to support the local MS4. KPFF services include civil site development design for multifamily housing, parking lot improvements, street and utility infrastructure master planning, utility infrastructure construction documents for over ten miles of conduit, a mile of Southern California Edison trunk line installation, street improvement construction documents, grading plans, Caltrans encroachment permit, LADPW excavation permit, and opinion of probable construction costs, The project involves significant coordination with key stakeholders and utility purveyors, extensive research and review of topographic and underground utility surveys as well as existing facilities to develop feasibility studies supported by improvement exhibits and estimates. Stakeholders and purveyors include the department of Veterans Affairs, the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Los Angeles County Fire Authority, Los Angeles City Fire Authority, Southern California Edison, Frontier Communications, Spectrum Communications, The County of Los Angeles, Caltrans, LA Sanitation, and SoCal Gas.