Los Angeles Valley College – Student Services Center

The LA Valley College Student Services Center project consisted of:

  • The Student Services Complex is made up of two buildings – a two-story Student Services Building and a one-story Student Services Annex.
  • The Student Services Complex is made up of two buildings – a two-story Student Services Building and a one-story Student Services Annex.The complex combines all Student Services functions into one area of the campus. It is home to the college’s Associated Student Union, International Student Services Office, Veterans Student Services, Outreach & Recruitment Office, the Assessment Center, Services for Students with Disabilities (formerly Disabled Students Programs and Services), Extended Opportunity Program and Services Office, TRiO/Student Services Office, Upward Bound Office and the Student Services administrative offices.

Project Highlights:

  • A “cool roof” to reduce heat, improve air quality, use energy more efficiently and cut water usage.
  • The total project size for the Student Services Complex is 70,000 sq. ft.
  • The project consisted of construction of two buildings on the southwest corner of the campus. Building 1A/1B is a two-story steel framed structure, approximately 25,880 sq. ft., housing administrative/management offices, a multipurpose room and a computer lab. Building 2 is a new one-story steel framed structure, approximately 11,510 sq. ft., housing administrative/management offices. This is a Certified LEED-Silver project.

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

213.891.2000

Project/Construction Management Team:

URS/Beezley Management

Beezley Project Representative/Role:

Robert Tellez, Project Manager

Architect:

Steinberg Architects

General Contractor:

J.D. Diffenbaugh, Inc.

Dollar Value:

$20.4 Million

Construction Dates:

2010