The LA Metro Division 24 – Gold Line Maintenance facility is a multi-building complex for the maintenance and operations of the Metro Gold Line transit line. The project site includes a Main Operations building, Car Wash Building, Maintenance of Way, Cleaning Platform, and Material Storage Building. This is a LEED Certified Gold facility.
What ACCO Delivered
ACCO was contracted as the design-build HVAC and plumbing contractor on the project. In house engineers participated in an extensive design period which included several reviews by the Metro facilities team and Jacobs Engineering in order to ensure compliance with the Metro Design Guide.
The Main Operations building includes 30,000 sf of standard office space served by a rooftop VAV system. The remainder of the 110,000 sf building includes train maintenance support spaces such as blow down, a paint shop, body shop, wheel truing, and general heavy repair bays.
Plumbing systems included Sanitary Waste/Vent, Industrial Waste, Domestic Hot/Cold Water, Tempered Hot Water, Natural Gas, High Pressure Hot Water, Compressed Air, Gear Oil, Used Oil, Car Wash-SS/Galvanized.
ACCO provided various ventilation and radiant heating systems to maintain the spaces per the Metro Design guide. In addition to meeting the Metro Criteria, the project is LEED Gold, a first for M&O buildings in the Metro system.
Owner: LA Metro
Architect: Parsons Corporation
General Contractor: Keiwitt-Parsons JV