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    109th Street Pool Grand Opening
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    After being closed for years, City officials and neighborhood residents celebrate the reopening of the new $4 million accessible 109th Street Pool in San Pedro.
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    Engineering Surveyors in Runyon Canyon
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    The Bureau of Engineering’s Survey Division provides land surveying services to City department projects utilizing state-of-the-art technology.
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    Taylor Yard G2 River Park
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    The 42-acre Taylor Yard G2 parcel, purchased by the City in 2017, will be the largest open space and recreational park along the LA River. The community is working with Engineering on the design of the space.
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    College Recruitment Fair
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    Chino Tote Harper Leather Medina Satchel Brahmin The Bureau of Engineering actively recruits engineers and other professions at colleges around the country, including Historically Black Universities.
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    Sixth Street Viaduct
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    The $482 million Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project is the largest bridge project in the history of Los Angeles. The new, 3,500 foot long viaduct will have 10 sets of lit arches, expanded bike and pedestrian lanes and access to a 12-acre park below.
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    LAPD Academy
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    The Bureau of Engineering led a $34 million renovation and expansion project for the Los Angeles Police Department that included the construction of a new two-story training building and multiple site improvements to the Police Academy in Elysian Park.
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    Brahmin Leather Satchel Harper Medina Tote Chino Safe Sidewalks LA Program
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    The Bureau of Engineering is the lead agency for the City's 30-year, $1.4 billion program to repair sidewalks across Los Angeles and make sidewalks accessible to everyone.
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    Asphalt Plant #1
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    In February, Mayor Eric Garcetti broke ground on LA’s newest asphalt plant, designed by the Bureau of Engineering, a $38 million project to produce more environmentally-friendly asphalt with a higher percentage of recycled material.
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    Venice Dual Force Main Project
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    City Engineer Gary Lee Moore signing "Mae", the City's new tunneling machine that will be used to install approximately two miles of sewer pipe 70 feet underground.
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    Arts District Park
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    The $1.6 million Arts District Park, which opened in November 2016, was designed by the Bureau of Engineering and is the first City park located in the Arts District. The half acre park combines shade structures, a dog park and other amenities.
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    Robertson Recreation Center
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    This $10.7 million project involves the construction of a new neighborhood community center and gymnasium to serve the South Robertson neighborhood in Council District 5.