The West Los Angeles District Yard Project (proposed project) is a facility improvement project proposed by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP). Under the proposed project, LADWP would demolish six structures on the project site, including the West Los Angeles Distribution Headquarters (i.e., district office), warehouse, break room, locker room, fleet shop, and surface parking. One new building, totaling approximately 92,000 square feet, would be constructed in place of the demolished buildings, which would include a warehouse, administration office, electric trouble office, service planning office, and fleet shop. The new building would consolidate all of the functions of the demolished buildings and house the relocated Service Planning group at the project site. A two level above-ground parking structure with a total of 154 parking stalls for use by fleet vehicles would be constructed adjacent to the new building and would be connected by a horizontal assembly. Beneath the proposed new building, a single-level underground parking structure with a total of 389 parking stalls would also be constructed. An additional 12 public parking spaces would be provided at grade for the Service Planning group, outside of the security gate. Additionally, a gantry crane located within the existing yard would be relocated toward the southeast section of the District Yard closer to the driveway, to allow access to Olympic Boulevard. The existing fuel tanks at the on-site fueling station located along the access driveway that connects the project site to Olympic Boulevard would remain above ground. The purpose of the proposed project is to repair and replace aging infrastructure, improve safety and operating conditions, provide functional efficiency, integrate sustainability into the project design, increase building capacity to meet increasing customer demands, and enhance site beautification.