Multi-Purpose Community Services Center

LOCATION:                   Los Angeles Valley College

CLIENT:                          Los Angeles Community College District

COST:                             $17,434,238

STATUS:                        Completed in 2015

DELIVERY METHOD:   Design – Build

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

A new Community Services Center of approximately 27,000 GSF with multi-functions including exercise, recreation, computer, offices, etc.

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Library and Learning Resource Center

LOCATION:                     Los Angeles Valley College

CLIENT:                          Los Angeles Community College District

COST:                            $26.6 Million

STATUS:                        Completed in 2012

DELIVERY METHOD:  Design – Bid – Build

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

New Library / LRC facility of 89,000 SF, with reinforced concrete spread footings and grade beams, steel columns and bracing, reinforced concrete slab on grade and structural steel framing. Includes four exterior concrete filled metal pan stairs and one 2-stop hydraulic elevator. Full M/E/P/Fire Protection. LEED Project.

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Monarch Parking Structure

LOCATION:                   Los Angeles Valley College

CLIENT:                          Los Angeles Community College District

COST:                            $18.8 Million

STATUS:                        Completed in 2014

DELIVERY METHOD:   Design – Build

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

A new post-tension structural steel multi-story parking structure to accommodate 1,200 parking spaces.

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Student Services Center

LOCATION:                     Los Angeles Valley College

CLIENT:                          Los Angeles Community College District

COST:                            $26.8 Million

STATUS:                        Completed in 2010

DELIVERY METHOD:  Design – Bid – Build

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

This project provides 41,200 gross square foot (GSF) of New Student Services Center Building for the LAVC, which will provide space for Financial Aid, Counseling, Admissions and Records, Assessment Center, Career Transfer Center, Business Office, EOPS, DSPS, Personal Development Classrooms, Matric, Student Outreach, ASU, VPSS, Student Assist Center and Placement Center.

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Transportation Jobs by WJY&A

Job Name
Oceanside-Escondido Rail Project
Pasadena Yard and Shop
Pomona to Montclair CTO 01
Riverside Layover Facility
Fontana and Rialto Stations
Camarillo Station
Pomona Station Double Platform Addition
MTA CNG – Division 2, 6, 9
MTA Division 3 Trillium
MTA Elevators
MTA Elevators, Civic Center
MTA Elevators, Pershing Square
MTA Elevators, Hollywood/Vine
MTA Elevators, Wilshire/Vermont
Indio Transportation Center
MTA Division 11
San Fernando Valley BRT
SFV BRT, Stations and Canopies
SFV BRT, Stations & Canopies, Post Suspension
SFV BRT, Warner Center
SFV BRT, Sign & Mapcase Revisions
SFV BRT, Plaza Design
NSDCTD On-Call – Maintenance
NSDCTD On-Call, Revisions During Addendum
NSDCTD On-Call, Revisions During Addendum
NSDCTD, Original Contract to Design
NSDCTD, Maintenance Facility HVAC Change
NSDCTD, Incorporate DSA Review Comments
NSDCTD, Additional Power & Utility
MTA Division 8
MTA Division 8, Training Offices
MTA Division 8, Bridge Crane
MTA Division 8, Bridge Crane, MTA Doing Work
MTA Division 8, HVAC Redesign
Electrical Engineering – MTA

Projects in China by WJY&A

In the 1990’s WJY&A was actively involved in high-rise building construction projects in China.  We provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering design services as well as feasibility studies.  Below is a list of some of the major China projects we did in Shanghai, Suzhou, and Shi Jia Zhuang.

杨氏工程顾问公司在上世纪九十年代,积极参与中国大陆的高楼设计和建设,曾经多次派遣工程技术人员去上海、苏州、广州等地考察,主要负责电气、机械、和水工方面的工程设计。下面是部分工程项目的名单。

Year Job Name 工程名称
1991 Shanghai World Plaza 上海世界大厦
1994 Shanghai Petroleum Building 上海石化大厦
1994 Shanghai Far East Int’l Bldg 上海远东国际大厦
1995 Dong Hai Plaza – Shanghai 上海东海大厦
1997 Shanghai Housing 上海住宅设计
1997 Suzhou Office Tower 苏州工业园区办公大楼
1998 Ag Bank Bldg., Suzhou, China 苏州农业银行大厦
1996 Yan Du Hotel, Shi Jia Zhuang 石家庄燕都旅店

Fulton Avenue Entryway & Monarch Square

LOCATION:            Los Angeles Valley College

CLIENT:                 Los Angeles Community College District

COST:                    $870,160.

STATUS:               Completed in 2009

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

College Project Managers for this newly renovated Fulton Avenue entrance and Monarch Square.  Work included updating to create new walkways and roadways for students to access the campus and its facilities.

New lighting, asphalt concrete paving, walkways, handicap accessible ramps and stairs, a new bus shelter and bus/car drop off area was provided to the Fulton Street entrance.  Improvements to the pedestrian lighting and new directional signage were also provided to this entrance.

New walkways, lighting, directional signage, and landscaping to include drought-resistant plants and a drip irrigation system, which is a water-saving method that minimizes water usage by allowing water to drip slowly into the soil were provided to the Monarch Square.

DELIVERY METHOD:           Design – Bid – Build

 

Child Development & Family Complex

LOCATION:            Los Angeles Valley College

CLIENT:                 Los Angeles Community College District

COST:                    $18 Million

STATUS:                Completed in 2011

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

College Project Managers for the Child Development & Family Complex, the new home of the Child Development Center, the Child Development department and the Family Resource Center.

The complex includes three separate structures, housing the Child Development Center (CDC), adjacent to the CDC is the Child Development Department building and the third structure is the Family Resource Center.

The Child Development Center building includes four smart classrooms, faculty office spaces, a department reception area and a conference room.

The Family Resource Center is a 2,000 square-foot, one-story, wood framed building which features a large multi-purpose space with smaller support areas.

DELIVERY METHOD:           Design – Bid – Build

 

 

 

Allied Health & Sciences Center

 

LOCATION:            Los Angeles Valley College

CLIENT:                 Los Angeles Community College District

COST:                    $46 Million

STATUS:               Completed in 2008

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

Yang Management, Inc. provided Third Party Oversight consulting services of the College Project Managers for this new 98,000 Square-foot, state-of-the art building which houses the Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Anthropology and Health Sciences departments.  The center is a 3-story building and boasts 131 new rooms, tutorial labs and faculty offices.

The Center is a LEED-certified (Leadership in energy and Environ

mental Design) building which incorporates energy savings and sustainable components.  It features energy efficient heating and cooling systems and lighting, rooftop photovoltaic panels for generating electricity, and a storm water retention system in the landscaping.

DELIVERY METHOD:           Design – Bid – Build