CONCRETE, STEEL WORK CONTINUE AT AIRPORT POLICE FACILITY SITE
The headquarters building and parking structure of the LAX Airport Police Facility are clearly out of the ground and taking shape. Work over the next several months will include forming, installing reinforcing steel (rebar), and pouring concrete slabs on grade, columns and walls for both buildings. The work will also include the installation of utility piping inside the building for plumbing, electrical, and communications infrastructure. The work is being managed and performed by Hensel Phelps and its subcontractors.
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.
Construction crews will be excavating and trenching within the project site as well as preparing for and installing concrete, duct banks and the on-site construction management office. Activities will include the use of:
- Compaction rollers
- Front end loaders
- Back hoe loaders
- Fork lifts
- Dump/haul trucks
- Concrete trucks
- Concrete pump trucks
- 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
- Do not enter the construction work zone
Trucks used to haul away debris 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. Please obey all posted parking restriction signs and construction signs.
UTILITY WORK BY LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND POWER:
Additionally, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is working adjacent to the site, and is scheduled to close one lane on westbound Westchester Parkway during daytime work hours through Sept. 20, and is scheduled to close one lane on Loyola Boulevard the week of Sept. 23.