Oxnard, CA

Gold Coast Transit District

We provided complete electrical infrastructure and systems throughout a 14-acre public transportation site.

Value Delivered

Throughout Gold Coast Transit District’s 14-acre relocation site, KDC Inc., (formerly known as Dynalectric L.A.), provided ground-up electrical infrastructure and systems installation for four new buildings: an administration operations center, maintenance building, cleaning and sanitation facility, and compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station.

To satisfy the client’s unique requirements, we designed and custom-built an exterior cable trench system for utility feed to the project, and seismic-engineered the steel substructure for a self-standing electrical room with no wall attachments.

We were able to meet all this project’s challenges, including installing a gas detection system in National Electrical Code Class 1, Division 1 and 2 hazardous locations, and performing all work under the Buy America Act which required all components to be made in America.

Client Objectives

The client was constructing new buildings as part of a relocation and they needed complete electrical infrastructure and systems installation. 


 Throughout Gold Coast Transit District’s site and facilities, we installed:

  • 4000-amp main service via a custom-built cable trench system
  • 1000-amp automatic transfer switch
  • 2000-amp automatic transfer switch
  • 1.5-megawatt generator
  • 1500-kilowatt emergency generator with two automatic transfer switches
  • Infrastructure for 16-kilovolt Southern California Edison service
  • Lighting control designed to comply with California Code of Regulations Title 24
  • Perimeter beam detector security system
  • Low voltage systems
    • Fire alarm
    • Access control
    • Gas detection
    • Video surveillance  

Client Background

Gold Coast Transit District is the largest public transportation operator in Ventura County. Their fleet of buses and paratransit vehicles are powered via an on-site CNG fueling station.