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Location: 27964 Artesia Ave. Redondo Beach, California, United States of America 90277.
Client: City of Redondo Beach
Site Area: 1.6 acres / .64 hectares Size: 10,569 gross sq ft / 981.89 gross sq m
Program: The emergency operations center construction project. the proposed eoc will be the construction of a building addition to our community services department in city hall to permanently house the commerce eoc and will be approximately 2,160 square feet. the total funds have been allocated from the fy 2010 eoc grant program federal funds for the completion of this project. the project will be administered in accordance with california emergency management agency (cal ema) and all other applicable regulations and shall meet all relevant laws and requirements during the construction process. the total project budget of the proposed eoc is $1,333,333. $1,000,000 has been allocated from the fy 2010 eoc grant program federal funds and $333,333 of grantee matching funds in which the city of commerce will be providing.
The project involves the construction of a new building addition to our community services department in city hall which will permanently house the city of commerce emergency operations center. the selected consultant shall provide professional architectural, engineering and construction management services for the project (including all services required for the preparation of ps&e (plans, specifications and estimates) bid package).
The construction will include new state of the art emergency equipment (communications, satellite, etc.) and furnishing necessary to respond to a localized or major event (i.e., earthquake, plane crash, accidental release of toxic chemical, terrorism event, etc.). The building will require a new hvac system, plumbing and electrical upgrades, emergency generators, kitchen/dining and rest areas for emergency personnel, volunteers, etc. finally, this project will enable emergency coordination and communication with county, regional, and state emergency operations centers, which will benefit residents and businesses located in the 34th congressional district. in order to effectively deal with emergency/disaster events, it is vital that the federal government provide local entities with the equipment necessary to manage and respond to such an event.
Design: 2013, Construction: TBD
Design + Build: hu mn lab,+inc.
General Contractor: TBD
Structural/MEP Engineer: Paul Christensen, C.E., S.E.
Green Roof: Justin Ewart/AAWRP