We had an incredibly complicated project that involved engineering, fabrication, erection, and required a City of Los Angeles contractors license.
Customer wanted to install a “statement” clock-tower at their building in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. They needed a supplier that could design, fabricate, permit, and erect this structure.
Worked with the customers design team, structural engineer, glass designer, and the City of Los Angeles to obtain permit approval.
Fabrication and construction required the use of modeling software and automated cutting (LT8) in order to create the complicated shapes which would be nearly impossible with traditional fabrication methods.
Detailed measurements were taken in order to fit onto existing embeds in the building and foundation as well as connect to sub-contractor’s glass panels.
Use of trusted sub-contractors allowed the main structure to be transported and installed in one piece to minimize the impact on the customers schedule and the local community.
City of Los Angeles approved fabrication shop certificate was obtained.
Several field employees obtained City of Los Angeles welding certificates.
After many hour of shutting down a major Los Angeles through-way, the client had a beautiful new landmark in Los Angeles, that both the property owner, and the developer will use to market their property into the future.