• welcome home
    Service Description: 
    Signing a banner that will greet 30 women when they move into the City's new bridge housing facility at the old Gardner Library, designed by the Bureau of Engineering.
  • Surveyors at Runyon Canyon
    Service Description: 
    The Bureau of Engineering’s Survey Division provides land surveying services on City projects. Our surveyors use state-of-the-art technology, including drones.
  • river view
    Service Description: 
    Community tour of the 42-acre Taylor Yard parcel. The site is being revitalized by the Bureau of Engineering and is a key part of the City's revitalization of the LA River.
  • career fair
    Service Description: 
    The Bureau of Engineering actively recruits engineers and other professionals at colleges around the country, including Historically Black Universities.
  • Mayor looking
    Service Description: 
    Mayor Eric Garcetti visiting the $482 million Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project construction site, the largest bridge project in the history of Los Angeles.
  • dodger night
    Service Description: 
    Bureau of Engineering staff, friends and family, cheer on the Big Blue every year at the Annual BOE Dodger Night.
  • deborah
    Service Description: 
    Chief Deputy City Engineer Deborah Weintraub being interviewed by a French documentary crew, Villes Ouvertes, about the City's LA River Revitalization plan.
  • constructin trailer
    Service Description: 
    Bureau of Engineering employee checking plans for the Albion Riverside Park Project, the City's new, 6.3-acre park along the LA River in Lincoln Heights.
  • Tunneling Machine
    Service Description: 
    City Engineer Gary Lee Moore signing "Mae", the City's new tunneling machine that will be used to install approximately two miles of sewer pipe 70 feet underground.
  • Complete
    Service Description: 
    Mayor Eric Garcetti helping to celebrate the launch of the Complete Streets Program, the City’s new, integrated approach to street repairs and Vision Zero safety measures across Los Angeles.
  • hey rookie
    Service Description: 
    The Bureau of Engineering's Hey Rookie Pool Project reopened the historic San Pedro facility, once home to World War II military training. The facility, closed for more than 50 years, is now home to a completely restored pool and other amenities.