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.
The Student Union is a three-story building with a third floor deck and contains the bookstore, a food court, student lounge, associated student government, and the LACC Foundation.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Library - Learning Resource Center project consists of replacement of the existing library with a new three-story building located on the northern boundary of campus, east of the Chemistry Building.
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.
(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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