The Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project is led by the City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering, the City's lead agency for the planning, design and construction management of public buildings, infrastructure and open space projects.
The Bureau of Engineering's projects include municipal buildings, such as police and fire stations, the convention center, and recreational and cultural facilities, as well as bridges, street and transit projects, and stormwater and wastewater systems. Open space projects include the development of parks and the restoration of wetlands.
Engineering also manages permitting for construction in the public right-of-way, as well as the City's state-of-the-art online mapping system. Engineering's projects are nationally-recognized in the areas of environmental sustainability and design and fully support the City's goals of creating a prosperous, livable and safe city for all residents and businesses.
Engineering is also recognized as a leader in gender equity and received the Mayor's Office 2019 Gender Equity Award. For more information, please visit http://eng.lacity.org.