Anagh Mamdapurkar has successfully complete the following projects. Click on the link to find out more details:

  • Los Angeles Zoo Parking Lot – The goal was to rejuvenate the parking lot and make it environmentally friendly. This included taking the water from the parking lot and percolating it into the ground by using pervious asphalt, pervious concrete and bioswales. Filtering water reduces the amount of runoff going into the ocean.
  • Penmar Water Quality Storewater Tank – A new baseball field was built on top of the park. Because of this, a 2.75 MG underground tank at Penmar Park was built. In addition, a pump station was constructed to redirect stormwater to be treated instead of flowing into the ocean. Treating stormwater is significant because it cleans water that may contain a high level of bacteria reducing the number of days the beach is closed.
  • Cal State LA Transit Center Improvement This project required a transit center to be demolished and rebuilt due to the severe cracks in the concrete pad. The transmit center is located at the southern end of the campus and right above the 10 freeway. The project reinforced the transit center, provided additional drainage around the site and landscaping. This project was completed within a very tight schedule as requested by the University to limit the inconvenient to students, faculty and staff.
  • Norman O. Houston Park – Phase II – A new permanent ADA compliant restroom was built to replace portable restrooms in the park. Other updates in the park introduced shade structures over picnic tables, new exercise equipment, expanded parking lot and new walking trail to be integrated with the State Park Trail.
  • Lincoln Park – Plaza De La Raza Cultural Center Parking Lot – The dirt lot was converted into a sustainable parking lot with ADA compliant spaces, drought tolerant plants, smart irrigation, bench seating by the lake and bike racks. Artistic fence panels decorate the perimeter of the lot.  A stormwater filtration system was set up to protect the lake from parking lot runoff.
  • “Hey Rookie!”, Gaffey Pool & Bathhouse Project Renovation – Complete restoration of the Gaffey Street Pool to meet current health, safety, and building codes while retaining its original design.  This project preserved the historical pool that was built during WWII by soldiers who raised funds from the “Hey Rookie” Theater play. Prior to the restoration, the pool had been closed for 20 years.
  • Albion Riverside Park Project – An underground stormwater capturing system was built to improve the quality of Los Angeles’ water. This project filters stormwater flows, trash removal and percolates groundwater which ultimately improves water quality in the LA River and downstream beaches. This project allowed the City of Los Angeles to update an existing park and revitalize the Lincoln Heights area.