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Anaheim Regional Transp.

Transportation

Project Owner
  • City of Anaheim
Project Location
  • Anaheim, CA
Services Performed
  • LEED® Enhanced Commissioning
  • Measurement and Verification
Project Stats
  • Total Sq. Feet: 310K SF
  • Project Cost: $180M
  • Certification Goal: LEED® Platinum
Description
  • 3QC is serving as the Commissioning Authority for the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC). The new center combines a transportation gateway and mixed-use activity center on 16-acre site owned by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and the City of Anaheim. The transportation element of ARTIC is a three-level facility accommodating passenger arrivals, departures and transfers with supporting retail, restaurants and passenger services. The facility includes a Metrolink/Amtrak concourse and an under building bus transit center. The structure features a180-foot archway offering expansive skyline views and will stand as a landmark throughout the region.

    3QC is providing both LEED® fundamental and enhanced commissioning services including; the design intent and basis of design documentation review, a commissioning plan, inclusion of the commissioning goals in the construction documents, verification of systems installation, functional performance testing, training and documentation of all maintenance and operations materials and staff, and a final commissioning report.
PICTURE

Transportation

Project Owner
  • San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission
Project Location
  • Stockton, CA
Services Performed
  • LEED® Enhanced Commissioning
  • Measurement and Verification
Project Stats
  • Total Sq. Feet: 138K SF
  • Project Cost: $105M
  • Certifications: LEED® Silver
Description
  • The San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (SJRRC) maintains and operates the Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) system, which provides commuter rail passenger service between the City of Stockton and the City of San Jose. In order to provide public transportation services, SJRRC maintains their current ACE passenger rail fleet in the UPRR Stockton Rail Yard, which is considered a temporary facility. The ACE Maintenance Facility Project includes the development of a new maintenance facility for ACE’s commuter rail passenger train. The main building contains the maintenance operations, stores, employee common areas and administrative offices. In addition to the maintenance building, the project includes a Service and Inspection canopy and a train washer. As the LEED® Enhanced Commissioning Agent, 3QC’s role includes development and implementation of the Commissioning Plan, design development and construction document review, development of the Commissioning Specifications, Construction Submittal Review for conformance with design intent, pre-functional and functional testing of installed systems, Final Commissioning Report and One-Year Warranty Review.
PICTURE

Transportation

Project Owner
  • Port of Long Beach
Project Location
  • Long Beach, CA
Services Performed
  • Constructability Reviews
  • CalGreen Commissioning
  • LEED® Oversight and Consulting
  • LEED® Fundamental & Enhanced Commissioning
Project Stats
  • Total Sq. Feet: 500K+ SF
  • Project Cost: $200M+
  • Certifications:Various Levels of LEED®
Description
  • The Port of Long Beach serves as a major transportation and trade center providing shipping terminals for nearly 1/3 of the waterborne trade moving through the West Coast making it the 2nd largest port in the United States. Recognized as an international leader in environmental stewardship, the Port adopted a “Green Port Policy” to establish a coordinated and comprehensive approach to environmental stewardship embarking on numerous major terminal and port development programs. Projects include:
  • $65M Harbor Plaza Maintenance Facility
  • $55M Pier G Administration & Operations Facility
  • $65M Pier G Maintenance and Repair Buildings
  • $21M Security Command and Control Center
  • Pier E Middle Harbor Development Program