Los Angeles State Historic Park Planning, Phase 1

Description

Landscaping and related structures for a 42-acre park north of Downtown Los Angeles, including a new ranger station and welcome pavilion. The project retained many of the park's historical artifacts which were placed around the new park. The park also included a cast-in-place concrete "bridge to nowhere" providing an elevated view of downtown Los Angeles and the south section of the park. Over 500 trees were planted along with drought resistant plants, shrubs and groundcover, including several large areas of Netlon grass for events and extensive DG pathways.

LEED Certification

Client

State of California Department of Parks and Recreation

ARCHITECT

Department of General Services

CITY

Los Angeles, California

MARKET SECTOR

Education

Transportation

Municipal/Government

Surety Takeover

Healthcare

DELIVERY METHOD

Construction Management

Design-Build

Design-Bid-Build