Largo poured 9,509CY of concrete at the Century Plaza Residences in Century City this weekend. The large foundation is for one of two 46 level residential buildings with a similar size pour scheduled for later this summer. Over 100 tradesmen were on site to unload, pump, place and finish 1,001 ready mix truck loads over 16 hours. Seven boom pumps, two city pumps and two placing booms worked together pumping 800CY/Hour. Working with architectural premiere designers Gensler, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, Harley Ellis Devereaux, Englekirk Structural Engineers, and general contractor Webcor Builders, the development is scheduled to open in 2020.
Cal Poly Pomona Student Services Building recently topped out with the last of 17 shotcrete applications on the roof. The two low-rise structures are four and three levels above grade totaling 138,400gsf. The buildings will house offices for the university’s administrative staff, multi-purpose meeting and test-taking spaces, financial support, cashier, finance, registration and information technology. The most unique aspect of the project is the ‘wavy’ roof which undulates with large perforated overhangs covering both buildings. The roof is designed to mimic the hills which surround the campus and reduce thermal loads and glare while maximizing daylight into the structure. Working with general contractor CW Driver, CO Architects, and John A. Martin & Associates Structural Engineers, the building is seeking a LEED Silver Certification and is expected to open during the Fall of 2018.
UAV Footage of a mini mat pour at the Station 1300 project in Menlo Park, CA.
Largo topped out at the 953 N. Sycamore project last week with the CIM Group in Los Angeles, CA. The development is two levels below grade and nine levels above with only the top three floors allocated to occupied space. The remaining levels of the 214,573gsf development are dedicated for parking a total of 418 cars. Designed by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects and the BPA Group as structural engineers, the building twists away from the street as it moves up causing some of the cantilevered formwork and shoring to rest on the roof of the adjacent building.
Office Building Photos
Two blocks to the east along Romaine St., Parking Structure C Topped out for The Lot Studios around the same time. This eight level, long-span parking structure was completed in the design-build project delivery format. Largo Concrete was the general contractor self-performing the concrete place and finish and unit masonry scopes of work. The structure totals 140,790gsf and holds 398 total stalls with two elevators and two staircases. Working for the same CIM Group, the parking structure was designed by Parking Design Solutions and Ficcadenti Waggoner and Castle Structural Engineers and is scheduled to open early summer 2018.
Parking Structure Photos
Largo recently topped out at the phase two and three parking structures at the Station Park Green development east of the 101 and north of CA92 along Delaware Street in San Mateo, CA. Both residential wrapped parking structures are 5 levels tall and totaled 105,708gsf and 97,179gsf respectively. Working with general contractor Suffolk Construction and A/E designers MVE Partners and FBA Structural Engineers, this development is scheduled to open later this year.
On the southeast corner of Via Marina and Panay Way in Marina Del Rey, Largo topped out on a 725,000gsf residential podium right along the water this week. With one level below grade and two above, the apartment complex will house 526 units above 1,171 parking stalls. Working with general contractor Johnstone Moyer, Inc. the development is scheduled to be open late 2018. TCA Architects and DCI Engineers designed the “L” shaped building along the northwest corner of Basin C in the World’s largest small craft marina.
Throwback project: The Shores at MDR
Catty corner to Neptune Marina is the Shores Apartment complex where Largo completed the 3 level parking podium holding 1,121 stalls back in 2011.
The tallest building in Santa Clarita is open for business and it’s a Parking Structure! Standing 80′ tall at the top of the elevator core, the 7 level parking structure holds 564 cars across 193,953gsf. Of the 564 stalls, 47 are designated for clean air vehicles, 14 are accessible stalls and 17 are allocated for the future installation of electric vehicle charging stations. The structure features two elevators and two stair cases with bicycle storage for 29 bikes on the ground floor. Designed by Choate Parking Consultants, the facade features an all-glass elevator lobby and breathable Stamisol graphic membranes. Structural engineer Ficcadenti, Waggoner & Castle utilized a long-span, moment-frame design for the building. Construction Manager Turner Construction also renovated the adjacent building into medical offices which opened around the same time.