McLean & Schultz: Structural Engineering & Architecture




Metro Gold Line

The Metro Gold Line (originally Metro Blue Line) extends along the old Santa Fe Railroad Right-of-Way from Union Station in the heart of Los Angeles to the eastern city limits of Pasadena along State Route 210. The overall extent of this $440 million project is approximately 13.9 miles of double main light rail track with thirteen (13) passenger stations of various configurations along the route. McLean & Schultz provided the structural, architectural, mechanical and electrical designs for all thirteen stations.

 McLean & Schultz, as part of the Parsons/Washington JV (Designer) and Kiewit/Washington JV (Contractor) Design/Build Team, was directly responsible for the structural, architectural, mechanical and electrical designs for all thirteen stations along the Los Angeles to Pasadena Light Rail System.