AIRPORT POLICE FACILITY CONSTRUCTION INCLUDES FIXTURE INSTALLATION, ROAD WORK
Construction continues on the Airport Police Facility headquarters building, parking structure, and the 12-foot paseo along Weschester Parkway. The headquarters building is expected to be completed in summer 2021.
May – June 2021
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
No Sunday or holiday work
Construction schedules are subject to change.
The future site of the LAX Airport Police Facility located at the northeast corner of Westchester Parkway and Loyola Boulevard.
Activities for the coming weeks at the headquarters building include the installation of metal panel screens on the roof to shield the mechanical equipment. Inside the building, the work includes the installation of modular furniture, cabinetry, storage cabinets, lockers in the locker rooms, office furniture, flooring and sealed concrete floor finishes, tile installation, sinks, counters and plumbing fixtures in the rest rooms, and the beginning of final cleaning in different areas of the building. Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work continues. Work at the parking structure includes the build-out of interior spaces and equipment rooms. Site work in progress includes rough grading at landscaped areas, construction of concrete retaining walls and walkways, installation of a permanent perimeter fence on the north and east sides, the installation of landscape irrigation piping, and the construction of the secondary entrance and road at 94th Street. Work has begun for storm drain and sewer connections on Loyola Boulevard and Westchester Parkway. Construction of the main driveway entrance, reconstructing intersection ADA ramps, a new sidewalk on the south side of 94th Street is anticipated to start in May.
Activities Will Include The Use Of :
- Compaction rollers
- Front end loaders
- Backhoe loaders
- Fork lifts
- Dump/haul trucks
- Concrete trucks
- Concrete pump trucks
Advisories/Mitigation Measures :
- Dust control
- Use of watering trucks and street sweepers
- Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and Erosion Control Plan compliance
- Noise will be monitored to be sure that work performed is within compliance
- The public is not allowed to enter the construction work zone
Traffic Impacts :
Trucks will occasionally interrupt traffic as they enter and exit the site; however, traffic control measures will be used to safely direct drivers to minimize traffic disruptions. Crews may also occasionally work in the street on Loyola Boulevard, Westchester Parkway and 94th Street. Please obey all posted parking restriction signs and construction signs.