Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC)

Sustainable, World-Class Transportation Hub will serve as a major gateway and mixed-use destination for Orange County and Southern California

The City of Anaheim awarded Clark Construction Group California, LP, the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) Project, with Development Industries, Inc. (DI) providing Quality Management (QM) oversight services.  Designed by award winning architecture firm HOK, the 67,000-square-foot structure features an iconic 180-foot archway offering expansive skyline views certain to stand out as a landmark throughout the region.


Comprised of a steel-framed tubular structure with ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) and glass cladding as part of the terminal building, additional project work scope includes construction of parking areas for 1,000 vehicles, a railroad bridge, baggage tunnel and pedestrian tunnel, 2-sided rail station platform, pedestrian concourse bridge from the terminal to the rail platforms, in addition infrastructure improvements to local utilities and roadways.


The intermodal transportation hub is a sustainable, world-class transportation facility linking commuter and regional rail service to Orange County as well as commuter and charter bus lines, resort transit, and shuttles and taxis. Future phases will expand the center to accommodate California high-speed rail to destinations such as San Francisco and Sacramento and serve as the terminus for the super-speed train between Las Vegas and Southern California.


The project acheived LEED Platinum certification.




  • AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Building Information Model Awards – Stellar Architecture Using BIM
  • American Institute of Steel Construction - Innovative Design in Engineering & Architecture with Structural Steel Award
  • American Public Works Association Public Works - Project of the Year Over $75M
  • ASCE Orange County Chapter - Project of the Year + Structural Engineering Project of the Year
  • California Transportation Foundation Rail/Transit Project of the Year
  • CREW Orange County - Superior Performance in New Construction
  • Orange County Engineering Council - Project of the Year
  • Southern California Association of Goverment Presidential Award for Sustainability
  • Superior Performance in Real Estate (SPIRE) - Project of the Year
  • United States Green Buidling Council - Eco City Award
  • World Architecture News - Transportation Award Finalist
  • ENR California Best Project of the Year – Best Project, Airport/Transit
  • American Institute of Steel Construction’s 2015 IDEAS2 Award – Excellence in Steel-Frame Building Design
  • National American Public Works Association Awards – National Project of the Year (over $75M)
Photo: HOK Architects