Engineering News-Record (ENR) Magazine’s “2022 Year in Construction” photo contest recognizes the Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) Automated People Mover (APM) project. Out of more than 1,000…
With more than 25 years’ experience, Flatiron’s Southwest Division continues to deliver innovative infrastructure solutions across Southern California, including projects in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego.
Senior Vice President, Southwest
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Flatiron's Southwest Division has extensive experience building and repairing transportation infrastructure throughout Southern California. With operations across California, Flatiron specializes in bridge and roadway construction, managed lane projects, transit and rail work, utility and underground projects, airport improvement projects and other civil infrastructure. The Division is currently working on the Los Angeles International Airport’s New Automated People Mover (APM) together with consortium partners ACS Infrastructure Development, Dragados, HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions, Fluor, Balfour Beatty and Bombardier. This is the first time a Public Private Partnership (P3) Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (DBFOM) method will be used to construct and operate an automated people mover. Our California Contractor License No. is 772589.
Flatiron Completes San Gabriel River Bridge Hinge Project
Flatiron completed the Interstate 210 – San Gabriel River Bridge Hinge Replacement Project in December 2022. Flatiron was the prime contractor for the project that began in May 2022. The $17 million project is located in Los Angeles County on Interstate 210 in the city of Irwindale near Interstate 605.
San Diego’s West Mission Bay Bridge Complete
The elegant, new West Mission Bay Drive Bridge — designed to evoke stones skipping across water — is complete. Flatiron was the prime contractor for the $148 million project, which includes 12 acres of wetland restoration and improved access for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians to several San Diego beach communities.