Earlier this month, Largo topped-out at Circa, 1200 S. Figueroa Street in Los Angeles. The focal point of this $500 million residential mega-project are the twin high-rises adjacent to the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles. The development features two levels of below-grade parking, ground level commercial space, six levels of above-grade parking, an amenities podium deck, and 26 stories of residential condominiums above. Located near LA Live, the Convention Center and the Metro Pico Station in the city’s South Park district, the high-rise buildings feature a curved north face to enhance views of the skyline and mimic design themes from surrounding architecture. When complete, the project will total nearly 110,000 cubic yards of concrete installed over nearly 600,000 man-hours. Project Credits: Harley Ellis Devereaux, Architect; Cary Kopczynski & Co., Structural Engineer; LendLease Corp., General Contractor; Holliday Rock Co., Ready-Mix Supplier.
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Earlier this month Largo topped out on the 9.5 level Britannia Cove at Oyster Point parking structure in South San Francisco. Located east of the 101 and north of Oyster Point Blvd., the structure features a total of 2,080 stalls spread across 721,250gsf. Designed by architect International Parking Design and structural engineer Culp & Tanner, this long-span, moment frame structure features a radius curve to match the Oyster Point Blvd. bridge over the 101. Working with general contractor Hathaway Dinwiddie the structure will serve the new multi-tenant campus for life science and technology industries when complete in January 2018.
Largo completed a 5,000cy mat pour at the 953 N. Sycamore project in Los Angeles on June 17. Running three pumps the foundation pour lasted over 12-hours with the first Cemex readymix truck arriving at 2AM. Designed by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects and structural engineers at the BPA Group, the uppermost levels of the mid-rise commercial building are offset from the parking levels below creating a twisting effect as the building moves up. The building is scheduled to be complete in March of 2018 and has a total of 11 levels, two of which are below grade, spread across 214,573gsf. This is the third project Largo has worked on with GC/Developer the CIM Group over the last couple years; the 925 La Brea project and 7007 Romaine are both located less than a block away. Later this summer Largo begins work on the 904 La Brea project with the same owner, also a stone’s throw away from 953 N. Sycamore.
Largo topped out at the Homewood Suites in Austin, Texas last month. Working with general contractor DD&B Construction and designed by Phillips Partnership and DCI Engineers, the high-rise concrete frame building stands 17 stories on the eastern boundary of Austin’s Rainey Street District. With a total of 150 rooms across 200,369gsf, the first four levels will be designated for parking and are hidden by a metal facade which carries up the building’s core to the roof.
Largo topped-out at the Santa Monica Gateway project last month working with general contractor McCormick Construction, DRDS Architecture and SE Solutions structural engineers. The 200,000sqft creative office complex will consist of two separate 4-story concrete, LEED certified buildings. The combination of concrete, glass and metal structures sits atop a three level subterranean parking garage offering 640 stalls. Located on the corner of Stewart Street and Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica’s new Bergamot Transit Village, the project is scheduled for completion third quarter 2017.
Largo Concrete recently topped-out on two wrap parking structures and residential podiums at the Santa Clara Square development. Located south of the 101 and east of the Bowers Avenue, the residential component of this 90 acre mixed-use development will consist of 1,778 units across seven separate 5 story buildings. The seven apartment buildings each have a dedicated parking structure and are to be constructed in 3 phases. Working with GC Western National Contractors and the design team of MVE + Partners and DCI Engineers, Largo worked with the same team for the same owner, the Irvine Company, on three large residential podiums in Playa Vista, CA back in 2014.
Working with Suffolk Construction at the 801 South Grand Renovation project in downtown Los Angeles.
Construction is moving forward on the 7007 Romaine project in the Hollywood Media District, with Largo pouring our last structural deck earlier this month. When complete, this 153,000gsf structure will feature 60,000sqft of office space with balconies, outdoor decks and floor-to-ceiling windows. The two levels of office space will sit atop a 4 level parking garage which provides 298 stalls with retail space on the ground floor. Close to the 101 freeway and bordering West Hollywood, the development is planning to open in the third quarter of 2017. We are working with Shubin + Donaldson Architects, JLA Structural Engineers and general contractor the CIM Group to deliver to project on-time and within budget.
Putting the finishing touches on the Station Park Green wrap parking structure and apartment podium in San Mateo this April. This is the first of four phases on the 12 acre site located between South Delaware and El Camino Real along SR92 in San Mateo and will provide 192 residential units when complete. The 5 level parking structure provides 167 stalls across 118,044gsf and the retail/commercial podium added another 44,786sf of structural concrete scope of work on this phase. Working with general contractor Suffolk Construction and A/E designers MVE Partners and FBA Structural Engineers, this development seeks a LEED Gold Certification.