Los Angeles Valley College – Gym Complex, Aquatic Center & Adaptive Physical Education Center

The Los Angeles Valley College’s Gym Complex, Aquatic Center & Adapted Physical Education Center project consisted of:

  • Renovation of two existing occupied buildings:
    • North Gymnasium – 37,963 sq. ft.
    • South Gymansium – 42,500 sq. ft.
    • Adaptive Physical Education Center – 5,000 sq. ft.
  • New pool complex, including:
    • Eight-lane, 50-meter competition pool
    • Six-lane, 25-yard training pool
    • Warm-up pool
    • 1,980 sq. ft. pool equipment building

Project Highlights:

  • An Adaptive Physical Education Center on the west side of the North Gymnasium, with:
    • Aerobic and strength-training machines
    • Wheelchair accessibility and other accommodations to meet the needs of participants in the college’s Disabled Student Program Services
  • Renovation of existing locker rooms, including upgrades to showers, toilets and lockers
  • Audio-visual upgrade for three “smart classrooms” and four conference rooms, including projectors, manual projection screens and equipment controls
  • Security upgrade, including sensors, card readers and cameras
  • New automatic doors for the North Gymnasium
  • New mechanical equipment and duct distribution
  • Infrastructure upgrades:
    • New fire sprinkler system for gymnasiums
    • HAZMAT abatement of lead-based paint and asbestos
    • Painting

Owner and Contact Information:
Tom Hall, LACCD
Executive Director Facilities


Project/Construction Management Team:

URS/Beezley Management

Beezley Project Representative/Role:

Jazmin Ceballos, Asst. Project Manager/ Sr. Engineer


Langdon Wilson Architecture

General Contractor:

Woodcliff Corp.

Dollar Value:

$14.4 Million

Construction Dates:

2008 – 2009