• 109th street pool
    Service Description: 
    The 109th Street Pool in Watts was reopened in July of 2016 after a $4 million renovation by the Bureau of Engineering. It now includes a bath house, children’s splash pad and multiple additions and upgrades.
  • Sixth Street guy in coil
    Service Description: 
    The $482 million Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project is the largest bridge project in the history of Los Angeles. The new, 3,500 foot long viaduct will have 10 sets of lit arches, expanded bike and pedestrian lanes and access to a 12-acre park below.
  • Police Academy Renovation- Completed 2016
    Service Description: 
    The Bureau of Engineering led a $34 million renovation and expansion project for the Los Angeles Police Department that included the construction of a new two-story training building and multiple site improvements to the Police Academy in Elysian Park.
  • Citywide Sidewalk Repair Program 2015
    Service Description: 
    The Bureau of Engineering is the lead agency for the City's 30-year, $1.4 billion program to repair sidewalks across Los Angeles and make sidewalks accessible to everyone.
  • Asphalt Plant
    Service Description: 
    In February, Mayor Eric Garcetti broke ground on LA’s newest asphalt plant, designed by the Bureau of Engineering, a $38 million project to produce more environmentally-friendly asphalt with a higher percentage of recycled material.
  • eggs
    Service Description: 
    The Bureau of Engineering's $60 million project included the replacement of the old, seismically-deficient bridge, as well as construction of multiple traffic improvements, including the first Class 1 bike lane on a City bridge and first roundabout.
  • surveyors
    Service Description: 
    The Bureau of Engineering’s Survey Division provides land surveying services to City department projects utilizing state-of-the-art technology.
  • arts district park
    Service Description: 
    The $1.6 million Arts District Park, which opened in November 2016, was designed by the Bureau of Engineering and is the first City park located in the Arts District. The half acre park combines shade structures, a dog park and other amenities.