The Center for the Sciences project consists of:
- The Science Center is among about 85 new structures being erected on L.A. Community College District campuses as part of the Sustainable Building Program.
- The 93,250 sq. ft. project is comprised of two structures:
- Primary structure will house the Departments of Life Sciences, Chemistry, Physics (including Planetary Science) and Nursing, and staff/faculty offices.
- Secondary structure will be a one-story, 9,000 sq. ft. structure that will house the college’s veterinary technology facilities.
- LEED-Silver certified structure that encompasses an area of more than 100,000 sq. ft.
- The facility consists of a two-story building and a secondary structure that houses the veterinary group
- LEED-Silver certified structure
- State-of-the-art technology is found throughout the complex, which consists of six separate sections containing twenty-two labs and six lecture rooms along with the planetarium.
- With a faculty of 40 along with part-time technicians, the facility is used by 3,000 to 4,000 students.
Owner and Contact Information:
Tom Hall, LACCD
Executive Director Facilities
Project / Construction Management Team:
Swinerton/ Beezley Management/LACCD Facilities Dept.
Beezley Project Representative/Role:
Jonathan Levy, Program Representative
2009 – 2010