IRVINE SPECTRUM CENTER Provided design services on more than 100 projects. The largest was Block 800 Redevelopment. Linwood Engineering provided MEP design services for the redevelopment of 138,000 square feet of retail, dining, and exterior spaces. Scope included multiple new pad buildings and parking garages. Other notable projects are freeway digital pylon signage, “The Clock”, and the Giant Wheel Lighting Renovation.
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FEDEX DISTRIBUTION HUBS CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Type: Design Bid-Build Completion: 2012 SERVICES Mechanical Electrical Plumbing RELATED PROJECTS
THE COMMONS (COMMISSARY AT THE GROVES) Linwood Engineering provided full MEP design for the 126-year-old former Whittier State School and Correctional Facility which, in the 1960s, was transformed into a Protestant Chapel. Now known as The Commissary at The Groves, a historical restoration located in Whittier, CA, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. CONSTRUCTION DETAILS
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY VILLA PARK ORCHARD "K" Residence Hall & Packing House Adaptive Reuse Adaptive reuse of a 100-year-old packing house for Chapman University in Old Towne Orange. At one time it was the world’s largest exclusive shipper of oranges. Packing house was converted to a shell building which when fully developed will house food services, a museum, and classrooms/studios. Linwood
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY - THE "K" RESIDENCE HALL New 56,628 sq ft housing complex at the site of the historic 100-year-old Villa Park Orchards citrus packing house. Scopes included the design of ground-up 402-bed student residence. Linwood provided a new 12kV electrical service and all MEP and fire protection engineering designs for buildings. CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Cost: $47,000,000 Type: Design
ANAHEIM PACKING HOUSE Demolition and major renovation to the 42,000 sqft. Anaheim Citrus Packing House. Built in 1911, and listed on the national historic register, the building was repurposed as a gourmet food hall. Design focused on the preservation of historic structures while making adaptive reuse improvements, including a complete electrical system upgrade. Linwood staff provided all Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing