Infrastructure Engineers was established for the sole purpose of providing professional engineering and municipal services to cities in Southern California. From the beginning, we have been committed to making a difference in the communities we serve by helping cities maintain and improve their infrastructure. We provide civil engineering, traffic engineering, construction and program management, planning, and building and safety services to municipalities.
Our staff of professionals have been employees of cities or have been in managing or supporting roles as outsourced contractors to cities. They all thoroughly understand city operations, budgets, and priorities, which allows us to be strong advocates for our clients.
News and Events
City of Lynwood - Lucy Avalos Community Center
Infrastructure Engineers congratulates the City of Lynwood on the grand opening and dedication of the Lucy Avalos Community Center. Lucy Avalos is remembered as an admired longtime resident, volunteer and activist. She was a loyal and generous citizen of Lynwood who always offered a helping hand and generously contributed her time to members of the community. Antonio Avalos (wearing cap) helped unveil the plaque dedicating the center to his wife, who died of cancer last year. The Lucy Avalos Community Center is located the at Yvonne Burke-John D. Ham Park and will host such functions as classes, after-school activities, camps and community events.
Long Beach Boulevard Rehabilitation, Phase 1
City of Lynwood
On November 12, 2016, the City of Lynwood held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the long-anticipated rehabilitation of Long Beach Boulevard, from Imperial Highway to Tweedy Boulevard – a major travel thoroughfare through the heart of the City. The $4,200,000 project will improve traffic safety in the district and enhance the aesthetic of the area and the quality of life for residents, business owners, and commuters. Infrastructure Engineers will assist the City with construction management and inspection during the reconstruction of asphalt pavement, curbs and gutters, removal and replacement of the median islands,installation of a new irrigation system, sidewalk improvements, and traffic signal upgrades.
Los Flores Boulevard Opening Ceremony
City of Lynwood
The Lynwood City Council and residents of the Los Flores Boulevard neighborhood recently celebrated the opening of the revitalized two-way street that traverses the neighborhood and also serves Lincoln Elementary School. Improvements to Los Flores Boulevard, from State Street to Bellinger Street, included creating a safer pickup/drop-off school zone, beautiful draught-tolerant landscaped medians, street resurfacing, sidewalks replacement, new curbs and gutters, traffic striping, and water service line replacement.
During the design life of the project, three community meetings were held to discuss, in a forum setting, the specifics of the project and to receive and incorporate input from attendees. The results of these meetings provided design engineers, Infrastructure Engineers, with the input to design a project that met the community’s expectations while providing safer traffic control for the school and its students. In addition, the project service serves to refresh the neighborhood by providing pleasing, drought-tolerant landscaping that runs the length of the street, affording a peaceful interlude to the community. These outreach meetings also served to bring the community together, not only to look towards the next phases of improvements, but also to develop a neighborhood watch program.