About the Project
Located in Venice, California, the $120 million, 112,000 SF, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Venice High School Comprehensive Modernization design-build project includes four new modular buildings consisting of general classrooms, chemistry labs, a graphics print shop, flexible engineering, and maker space labs, art and studio art classrooms and associated storage and support spaces. The project will feature a new gymnasium building, consisting of a main gymnasium and a practice gymnasium space, locker/shower rooms, a weight room, aerobics/dance space and associated support spaces. The modular construction style allowed the Los Angeles Unified School District to maintain a fully operational facility during construction.
The modernization project also includes new parking lots and new outdoor athletic spaces that feature a resurfaced track and field, new softball and baseball fields, concessions, restrooms, and modern tennis and basketball hard court areas. Landscape and hardscape, including various outdoor classroom areas and utility infrastructure upgrades and replacements, are also included in this project. Venice High School was identified as one of the District’s 11 priority schools among a pool of 584 campuses district-wide.
Design-build project delivery collaboration with design partner, NAC Architecture.
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