LACCD Los Angeles Mission College Center for Math & Science
- Services Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering
- Market(s) Education, Laboratories, Life Sciences
- Sustainability LEED Platinum
2013 DBIA WPR's 7th Annual Design-Build Awards Competition - Project of the Year and Design Excellence
2013 Commercial Real Estate Awards Best Sustainable Project, San Fernando Valley Business Journal
2012 ACI California Chapter Concrete Award
1stDesign-Build Project for LACCD
16,000SF of Photovoltaic Panels on Canopy
- Owner Los Angeles Mission College
- Architect QDG Architects
- Contractor Pankow Builders
- Collaborators Southland Engineering
- Team Los Angeles, CA
The Center for Math & Science on the Los Angeles Mission College is an educational facility consisting of two separate three-story buildings acting as one integrated building with a courtyard between them. The buildings contain multipurpose classrooms, a lecture auditorium, life and science laboratories, offices, conference rooms, and other related spaces. Also included was a. The project also includes a one-story central plant structure and a campus sheriff’s station. The structural design considered the close proximity to the Aquilst-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zone located just south of the building. The location of the building is immediately adjacent to the recommended fault setback zone and resulted in a site specific Short Period Design Spectral Acceleration (SDS) of 2.0.
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