Los Angeles Valley College – Fulton Entryway & Monarch Square

The Fulton Avenue entry and Monarch Square project at Los Angeles Valley College consisted of:

  • Approximately 350,000 sq. ft. site renovation
  • Site renovation of landscape, irrigation, walkways, accessible ramps and stairs, bus/car drop-off, bus shelter and pedestrian lighting, directional signage and installation of new site furniture

Project Highlights:

  • The main entrances off Fulton Avenue and Monarch Square were updated to create new walkways and roadways for students to access the campus facilities.
  • Improvements included new lighting, asphalt, concrete paving, walkways, handicap accessible ramps and stairs, a bus/car drop- off, a new bus shelter, improved pedestrian lighting and new directional signage.
  • Monarch Square was renovated with new walkways, lighting, directional signage, and landscaping that included drought-resistant plants and a water-saving drip irrigation system.
  • New identity and message marquee systems were programmed remotely through the internal administration offices.

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


Project/ Construction Management Team:

URS/Beezley Management

Beezley Project Representative/Role:

Robert Tellez, Project Manager


Berliner and Associates

General Contractor:

Angeles Contractor Inc.

Dollar Value:

$3.2 Million

Construction Dates:

Jan. 2009 – Sept. 2009