Albertsons Hazardous Waste Management

A major grocery retailer contracted TAIT to assist in bringing their reverse logistics operations into compliance with California’s complex hazardous waste regulations. TAIT conducts on-going audits of the returned retail products at one of their Southern
California Distribution Centers. TAIT’s trained hazardous waste technicians regularly conduct audits of the returned retail products, helping to classify products that are RCRA or California hazardous waste to ensure regulatory compliance.

The Promenade at Downey

The Promenade at Downey is set to become Downey’s new community gathering and tourism destination, featuring retail, dining, and entertainment with a one of a kind history. The mixed use development will feature an assortment of premiere retailers, with Wal-Mart anchoring Phase 1.  TAIT is the civil engineer of record for the entire project, providing Project Management and Civil Engineering/Survey services from concept to completion.

Academy Square

Located on the full city block just south of Sunset and Vine, Academy Square will be a dynamic campus featuring a 23-story residential tower, three four-story creative office buildings, retail/restaurant space, a 40,000 sq. ft. market, and entertainment venues. Plans for the residential tower include amenities such as a fitness center and swimming pools. TAIT is the civil engineer for this mixed use, expansive space.

Columbia Square

TAIT provided all site, civil, and survey engineering for the  Columbia Square complex in the heart of Hollywood. The development features a sleek new 20-story apartment tower. Taking over a historic site that used to be the radio and television studio home for CBS, the LEED Certified mixed use campus has 200 luxury residential units, as well as retail, creative office, studio, and commercial office space.

Terrible Herbst Oil Company Gas Stations

Terrible Herbst is a large privately owned gas station company based in Nevada.  TAIT was hired by Terrible Herbst to provide layout, design, permitting, and construction of fueling tanks at over 100 of their station sites throughout Nevada.  Many of the sites included car wash stations and lube oil tanks for the site’s lube center.