The Redlands Packing House District is set to be a premiere shopping center at the entrance to downtown Redlands, CA. It is an 88,075 square-foot development featuring stylistically historic brick building packing house design with a variety of retail and restaurant tenants, including Sprouts Farmers Market as an anchor. The center is in close proximity to other main Redlands attractions, such as the up and coming Krikorian Theater. TAIT provided site, civil, and survey engineering for the District from concept to completion.
As part of the team for renovating the historic Lido Marina Village, TAIT provided all site, civil, and survey engineering for this DJM Capital Partners owned property in the coastal city of Newport Beach, CA. The development features a boutique style mix of retail, creative office, and restaurant space over-looking the harbor. The 116,000 square-foot complex was refinished to maintain the charm and local tastes of the community, while offering updated infrastructure, landscaping, and new tenants to revamp the retail and lifestyle landmark.
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.
This project included approximately 1/3-mile total length of street reconfiguration, improvements to an existing raised median, a new traffic signal, abandonment of existing 8-inch ACP and 12-inch DIP City water lines, installation of a 800 LF of 16-inch water line, and relocation of SCE and AT&T main distribution service lines. It required the installation of new public storm drains, sewer, and water services to accommodate a future redevelopment project along Harbor Boulevard from Palm Street to Lampson Avenue in the City of Garden Grove. Engineering services required extensive research, review, and a potholing program for the installation of the new utilities and storm drain improvements within the existing six-lane Harbor Boulevard roadway.
The project included the rehabilitation of eight arterial and collector segments of roadway throughout the City of Pomona. This rehabilitation required analysis of the existing pavement conditions, recommendation of alternate rehabilitation methods by use of recycled pavement options, upgrading of 4 roadway segments for adding new bike lanes and the analysis, and replacement of all curb ramps along the project limits.