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SCE menifee service center expansion
SCE Menifee Service Center Expansion
Thompson Company/RBF/Michael Baker/PBSJ/Atkins - Civil Engineering
Urban Crossroads/Trames Solutions - Traffic and Signal Design
RHA Landscape Architects - Landscape Design
AMPE - MEP Design
Jim Benya - Lighting Consulting
Consolidated & GMC - General Contractor
15 Acre site expansion
10 Acre Site revisions
Adaptive Re-use of 12,000 sq ft Truck Barn
10,000 SF office addition to industrial building
5,000 SF remodel of existing offices
A new 14,000 SF solar canopy for truck storage
A new 5,000 SF fuel island canopy
Widening of State Highway and Urban Arterial Street
2 New public roads
2 New signalized intersections
The Southern California Edison Service Centers support electrical infrastructure planning, installation, repair, and maintenance. The Menifee Service Center facility was operating at capacity while the population on the area was expanding rapidly. The expansion provided new office space, new yard space, enhanced fueling and truck storage with solar generating capacity, and improved security, access, and safety on the roadways and at the entry gates. The project involved new lay down yards and parking, as well as storm water detention facilities. Being in an existing flood plain, the construction was subject to sensitive constraints.
In addition to providing the site planning and design, the architectural and structural design of all the structures, our team processed the sanitary sewer improvement approvals through the Eastern Municipal Water District, the flood improvements through Riverside County Flood Control, the Fire Department improvements through Riverside County Fire, the Public Use Permit through Riverside County Planning, and the bonding for public roadways, landscape improvements and storm drainage improvements through the County and City. We coordinated the roadway expansion work with the County of Riverside, the City of Menifee, and CALTRANS.
We also assisted in the cooperative agreements and negotiations between SCE and Brookfield properties regarding shared roadway work along the common boundary.