Costa Mesa, CA
As Master Engineer for one of the County of Orange’s largest repositioning projects, TAIT provided not only Civil Engineering and Infrastructure input and design, but also provided the Developer Entitlement Services and Municipality Coordination. Once a newsroom, printing press and distribution facility for the LA Times, The Press has been reimagined as a creative work campus and food hall. The reinvention of this building celebrates the history and character of the industrial space. The revitalized space is divided into five sections, each with unique industrial details salvaged and restored from the original structure, as well as modern architectural features that highlight the site’s rich history.
Newport Beach, CA
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.
Huntington Beach, CA
The up and coming luxury hotel called Pasea Hotel & Spa is set to be a dominant attraction for tourists to Huntington Beach’s ocean view by the pier. Prepared by TAIT’s expert civil engineering design services, it will offer eight stories totaling in 250 rooms, all with views of the shore break, community event lawn, ballroom and meeting room space, a spa, outdoor pool, and restaurants, including one on the roof. The site will also provide a two-story subterranean parking structure to accommodate guests.
Located on the full city block just south of Sunset and Vine, Academy on Vine is 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. The residential tower includes amenities such as a fitness center and swimming pools.
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.
El Segundo, CA
The DirecTV Campus in El Segundo, CA is a state of the art facility which features a number of plazas, courtyards, and even an outdoor Bocce Ball court. The office is home to 2,000 employees and is over 650,000 sq. ft. TAIT was the civil engineer for this major site improvement project which was a collaborative effort with Kilroy Realty Corporation.
Park Regency Assisted Living Center is the largest senior living facility in Northern Colorado. TAIT provided engineering design and development services for the project from conception to completion.
Long Beach, CA
City Place is a shopping center in the heart of downtown Long Beach, CA. It covers eight city blocks, with over 450,000 square feet of retail and residential space. TAIT provided the engineering design and site plannning for the development.
The Plaza Lofts in Sacramento, CA is a 7-story mixed use development that encompasses half a city block in the downtown area. It includes underground parking, a retail space at street level, and residential housing above. TAIT provided all of the civil engineering services for the project.
Los Angeles, CA
The Citadel Outlet mall is one of LA's premier shopping destinations with more than 115 top brand name stores and restaurants. TAIT provided civil engineering services for the expansion and construction of the upgraded facility and new 5 story parking structure.
Woodbury Towne Center is a premier 30 acre retail center located in Irvine, CA. TAIT was the civil engineer and provided a variety services for planning and development of the $39 million project.
The Del Amo Fashion Center is a two-level regional shopping mall in Torrance, CA. With over 200 stores, it is the largest mall in the South Bay. TAIT provided a variety of engineering and development services for Phase 1 of the project, as well as preliminary engineering design for a potential Phase 2 expansion.
Huntington Beach, CA
The Strand is an iconic development located across the street from the Huntington Beach Pier in Southern California. The development includes over 200,000 square feet of mixed-use space including a 152 room hotel, along with restaurant, retail, and office space. TAIT provided civil engineering services for the project which required redevelopment of a downtown two block area, a complete infrastructure rehabilitation, and extensive integration to the existing drainage system.
The Rangeview Office Campus is a state of the art office building complex located in Loveland, CO. TAIT provided a full range of civil engineering services for the project. Rangeview Building III pursued LEED Silver Certification, and Rangeview Building IV is pursued LEED Gold Certification.
Seal Beach, CA
The Pacific Gateway Business Center is a historic aerospace installation located in Seal Beach, CA. TAIT provided consulting and design leadership in the redevelopment of this iconic project.
Los Angeles, CA
The Harbor Gateway Business Park is one of the largest land development projects in the City of Los Angeles. TAIT was contracted by Boeing Realty Corp. to design the infrastructure for approximately 170 acres of Re-Use, which included demolition of 2.4 million square feet of the former aircraft plant, followed by the infrastructure design of 3 million square feet for retail, office, and industrial park development.