JMC2 and City of Torrance Going Digital

With Bentley


Road Revitalization Project: A road redesign project in a historic area of Torrance, California to provide a safer, more attractive pedestrian environment while bringing the area into compliance with current Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.

What’s the Outcome?

  • The project involved a complete rebuild of all driveways, sidewalks, drainage systems, water lines, and street lighting, and needed to bring the street up to current ADA standards.
  • For modeling water flow and pipe sizing, JMC2 created a digital twin of the replacement water system along the half-mile stretch of Cravens Avenue under redesign.
  • Bentley’s highly accurate 3D design software helped JMC2 to decrease design time by 20% and save USD 50,000, a cost-saving that was passed back to the client.
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Multidiscipline Design And Engineering Solutions

 JMC2 Engineering President and CEO John Cruikshank  JMC2 Engineering President and CEO John Cruikshank  JMC2 Engineering President and CEO John Cruikshank

“We created a digital twin of a 100-year-old existing system for review with the city prior to construction.”


John Cruikshank

JMC2 Engineering President and CEO