• plan 2
    Service Description: 
    Engineering's working group was key to the development of our new, 2019-2021 Strategic Plan, which will guide our mission, vision and goals over the next three years. To check out the plan, go to PEOPLE below.
  • 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.