The Pasadena Gold Line Construction Authority has embarked on an extension of the Gold Line (formerly Blue Line) that currently operates between Long Beach and Downtown Los Angeles. This $841 million light rail extension runs 13.6 miles between Los Angeles and Pasadena. There are six stations in Pasadena, one station in South Pasadena and a grade separation in Pasadena’s Old Town. The project included widening and replacement of existing bridges, including the bridge across Arroyo Seco. Transmetrics served as a first tier sub-consultant to Booz, Allen and Hamilton.
Provided construction engineering and structural inspections of various structures along the corridor, and conducted utility relocations and coordination.
Provided project controls, cost monitoring, schedule reviews, contract administration and change order reviews.