The Edward R. Roybal Learning Center (formerly known as Belmont Learning Center) is a high school built on 25 acres in downtown Los Angeles to support approximately 2,800 students and relieve overcrowding at Belmont High. The gkkworks team worked with the design team, engineering consultants, contractor and inspectors to resolve structural issues with existing buildings on site. The team also assisted in resolving many low voltage challenges associated with new LAUSD standards after the design was complete. A redesign was facilitated and fast tracked for DSA approval for the new low voltage design during the course of construction. gkkworks coordinated with several agencies during this project including the Office of Environmental Health and Safety in order to get approvals for critical issues surrounding the site and project construction to move forward.
Project Team: gkkworks, construction manager; DLR Group, architect; Hensel Phelps, general contractor