The Pacific Electric Railway- El Prado Bridge, affectionately and more commonly known as the “Torrance Bridge” was designed and constructed between 1912 and 1913 by architect Irving Gill, to transport steel from San Pedro to the Steel Mill in Torrance. In 2009, the bridge was included in the Los Angeles County Bridge Inspection Report, noting several deficiencies that needed to be resolved, giving the bridge a rating of 4, poor. KOA provided inspection services in the restoration of the bridge.