Government/Public: City Hall
PCM provided the following services for this project:
- Site Investigation
- DSR write-up
- Historic/Environmental Issues Management
- FEMA Grant Management
The Los Angeles City Hall was one of the City’s largest public projects to be seismically retrofitted as a result of the Northridge Earthquake and qualified for FEMA funding. Construction was performed to complete this project for City-wide debris removal projects and necessary historic and environmental issues involving RGA 191, SHPO, NEPA and CEQA.
Valued at $140 million. Completed in 1999.
In conjunction with Steinmann Facilities Design & Construct (SFDC), PCM provided Design/Build services for the construction of the high profile Administration Complex for the City of Oakland.The project included two new buildings with subterranean parking, a central plant, the renovation of a historic building all surrounding the existing City Hall and the revitalization of the Frank Ogawa Memorial (City) Plaza) damaged in the 1989 bay area earthquake.