Throughout Gold Coast Transit District’s 14-acre relocation site, Dynalectric L.A. provided ground-up electrical infrastructure and systems installation for four new buildings: an administration operations center, maintenance building, cleaning and sanitation facility, and compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station.
To satisfy the client’s unique requirements, we designed and custom-built an exterior cable trench system for utility feed to the project, and seismic-engineered the steel substructure for a self-standing electrical room with no wall attachments.
We were able to meet all this project’s challenges, including installing a gas detection system in National Electrical Code Class 1, Division 1 and 2 hazardous locations, and performing all work under the Buy America Act which required all components to be made in America.
The client was constructing new buildings as part of a relocation and they needed complete electrical infrastructure and systems installation.
Throughout Gold Coast Transit District’s site and facilities, we installed:
- 4000-amp main service via a custom-built cable trench system
- 1000-amp automatic transfer switch
- 2000-amp automatic transfer switch
- 1.5-megawatt generator
- 1500-kilowatt emergency generator with two automatic transfer switches
- Infrastructure for 16-kilovolt Southern California Edison service
- Lighting control designed to comply with California Code of Regulations Title 24
- Perimeter beam detector security system
- Low voltage systems
- Fire alarm
- Access control
- Gas detection
- Video surveillance
Gold Coast Transit District is the largest public transportation operator in Ventura County. Their fleet of buses and paratransit vehicles are powered via an on-site CNG fueling station.