The Inland Empire Transportation Management Center is designed and constructed to house both Caltrans and CHP personnel and provide intermodal, interregional, interagency traffic management services 24/7 for the Inland Empire region and is the command and control emergency center during major catastrophes, which includes the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside (Caltrans District 8). The Inland Division Dispatch for CHP is co-located in this facility with the building constructed to meet the Essential Services Act criteria. The building is a two-story base isolated structure with a total floor space of approximately 45,000 square feet and is designed to achieve LEED® Gold rating. A 120 foot communications tower is constructed on the site. The IETMC site occupies approximately 10 acres within an approximate 35-acre State-owned parcel located in the southeast quadrant of the interchange of Interstate 15 (I-15) and State Route 210 (SR-210) in the City of Fontana.Construction Contract: $21,462,695; Project Completed September 30, 2011. Partnering for this project was facilitated by Paul Crotty of Ventura Consulting Group.
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