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Los Angeles City College sits on a 49 acre site that once served as UCLA's campus before moving to Westwood. Nearly $569 million in publicly approved bond funds have transformed LACC into a state-of-the-art learning center in the middle of Los Angeles’ urban core. The LACC campus now accommodates learning in the digital age.

LACC's focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art + Design and Math – STEAM subjects, is evident in the construction of the new Science and Technology Building housing the college’s state-of-the-art science laboratories, smart lecture halls and classrooms.

The award winning LEED Gold™ Student Union has become the center of student activity serving as home for the Associated Student Government and the Student Services Center.

Referred to as an "Urban Oasis of Learning", LA City College’s LEED™ certified MLK Library is the largest library in the area and offers many tutoring, English as a Second Language classes and other educational support services to students and neighbors alike. Students library technology upgrades include: 192 computers, four ADA and two special accommodation stations, multiple copier and printer stations, and wireless internet access throughout the building.

Hover over the interactive map below to view more information on several highlighted projects.

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Science and Technology Building

Science and Technology Building

Science and Technology Building

Construction of three-story concrete and steel type II buildings. The buildings will provide laboratories, lecture halls, storage rooms, and offices for the administrative needs of the faculty and staff.

Theater Building

Theater Building

Theater Building

Renovation of the existing two-story building, including theaters, classrooms, and workshops. Scope of work includes, but not limited to, minor exterior modifications; code compliances: for fire life safety, ADA accessibility, and structural upgrades. Scope of work also includes housing auxiliary.

Active Projects

Project Status Budget Expended Substantial Completion
Student Services Center In Construction  $38,105,141 $35,646,650 12/09/2016
Temporary Facilities/3020 Wilshire In Planning $14,791,909  $12,723,323  11/19/2019
RWGPL - Traffic Mitigation  In Construction  $8,471,879  $8,559,010  5/17/2017 
Cesar Chavez - Admin Building Modernization In Design  $34,707,939  $2,276,026  7/08/2019 
Da Vinci Hall  In Design  $25,380,762  $2,829,181 7/05/2018 
 RWGPL - Traffic Mitigation Project In Construction  $8,471,879  $3,327,518  9/30/2016
 M&O Facilities  In Design  $314,914  $67,839  1/20/2018
 Monroe Street Plaza  In Construction  $1,354,563  $995,908  1/9/2017
 Demolition of Men's Gym, Pool, Maint & Misc Bungalows  In Design  $1,317,256  $77,987  5/26/2017
 Emergency Lighting, Fire Alarm and Security Systems  In Planning  $5,931,368  $605,822  6/03/2019
 RWGPL - Landscaping/Hardscape Improvements  In Planning  $8,630,017  $3,824,210  6/03/2019
 RWGPL - Central Plant Phase II  In Design  $8,319,874  $430,265  7/31/2018

For more information on any of the projects listed above, please refer to the monthly dashboard report

 * Data as of December 2016, as published on the December 2016 Dashboard report
* Projects listed at a sub-project level
* Only active projects are listed above. Projects in closeout and those considered 40J (i.e. ADA, Stormwater, etc) are not included above.

Project Fact Sheets

MAY 9, 2016

BuildLACCD Making an Economic Impact is Los Angeles County

LAEDC would like to highlight AECOM and Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) for economic development efforts to support small business development, workforce development and local hiring in Los Angeles County.

APRIL 22, 2016

LEEDing the Way in Green Building

(LOS ANGELES, CA) - The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) is leading the way among green buildings for educational institutions. Many of LACCD’s newest and soon to be opened campus facilities, constructed under its BuildLACCD campus improvement program, are Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) certified or higher by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED™ designation is an internationally recognized designation for buildings that are resource efficient, use less water and energy to operate and reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions.

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