City of Westlake Village Community Park
m6 is assisting with the development of the City’s community park complex, which includes soccer and baseball fields, a skate park and a 60,000 square foot YMCA facility. The Community Park’s site development required over one million yards of grading in hillside conditions to create a 15acre development area that is home to the Park’s diverse uses. The YMCA facility includes a gymnasium, natatorium, fitness center, child care facility and a cafe.

The Claremont Colleges
m6 is providing entitlement analysis and program management for the joint expansion of The Claremont Colleges. The expansion entails the planning, environmental analysis and entitlements for a former gravel quarry upon which Pitzer College, Claremont-McKenna College, Pomona College and the Claremont University Consortium collectively desire  joint use athletic, recreational, and multi-purpose facilities. The effort involves the coordination of multiple colleges with different master plans and stakeholders in an entitlement process for a property that is under the jurisdiction of two separate cities and two counties.

Lindero Canyon Road/US 101 Interchange and Over-crossing
m6's Robert Woodward has provided civil design management and bridge engineering services for this roadway widening and over-crossing modification project in the City of Westlake Village. The project widens the existing Lindero Canyon Road and over-crossing to 6 lanes , and provides for a Class 1 bikeway on the eastern side of the project. Particular challenges on this project included the development of bridge barrier designs and geometric components that integrate bike and pedestrian safety in the context of  bridge aesthetics and community gateway identifiers that make the over-crossing unique in the region.

Santa Monica College: Malibu Campus

m6 is currently assisting with the expansion of the Santa Monica Community College  by providing program management for their proposed Malibu Campus expansion. The project features a 25,000 square foot new satellite campus building, which includes a new County of Los Angeles Sheriff sub-station and regional communication facility. This is a multi-jurisdictional project which involves reviews and approvals by the City of Malibu, multiple departments of the County of Los Angeles, Division of the State Architect, State Fire Marshal, Coastal Commission, and others.