Construction projects: L.A. County projects ranked by construction cost.
THE 50 largest construction projects in Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. County total $10 billion in costs. Publicly funded projects, such as freeways, rail and schools account for most construction.
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Also numerous are hospitals projects, eight of which are listed. Many of the projects are spurred by a state seismic law requiring that the facilities be upgraded or replaced to remain operable operable /op·er·a·ble/ (op´er-ah-b'l) subject to being operated upon with a reasonable degree of safety; appropriate for surgical removal.
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Twenty three of the 50 projects under construction a year ago were finished during the past 12 months and are no longer listed. In order to qualify for the list, projects must have been in construction as of Aug. 1.
Projects are ranked by construction costs and exclude soft costs such as design fees equipment and furniture.
THE Los Angeles International Airport's Bradley West terminal is the largest construction project in Los Angeles County. The project has construction costs of $1.26 billion and a total cost of $1.55 billion, including architecture fees, equipment and other "soft" costs.
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Bradley, Thomas Bradley International terminal, expanding the number of gates from 12 to 18. Every gate will be able to accommodate larger Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner jumbo jets that airlines will start using at the end of 2012.
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"LAX is the gateway for passengers arriving to the U.S. from Asia," Doucette said. "We're going to have a world-class terminal building."
The project broke ground in February February: see month. and has a scheduled completion date for boarding gates on the west side of the building by Dec. 12, 2012. The gates on the east side should be finished by December December: see month. 2013. Several earlier projects such as taxiway taxiway: see airport. diversions, a new bus facility for remote gates and a fire station are nearing completion.
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Rank Project Construction * name Cost * location (Millions) 1 Bradley West $1,260.0 Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles 90045 2 1-405 Sepulveda Pass 1,030,0 1-405 from 1-10 to 1-101 Los Angeles 3 Expo Light Rail Line 635.0 Phase I Downtown Los Angeles to Culver City Los Angeles County 4 LA Live Hotel and 550.0 Residences 900 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles 90015 5 Metro Gold Line Foothill 485.0 Extension Phase 2A East Pasadena to Azusa/Glendora border San Gabriel Valley 6 Children's Hospital 442.1 Los Angeles 4650 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles 90027 7 Robert F. Kennedy 322.0 Community Schools 701 S. Catalina St. Los Angeles 90005 8 Torrance Memorial Medical 300.0 Center New Tower 23701 Camino Del Sol Torrance 90505 9 UCLA Santa Monica Orthopaedic 284.0 Replacement Hospital 1524 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica 90404 10 Orange Line Extension 215.6 Canoga Park to Chatsworth Los Angeles County 11 1-10 High Occupancy $175.0 Vehicle Lane 1-10 between 1-60 to Puente Ave. Baldwin Park 12 Harbor Medical Center 170.9 Surgery/Emergency Replacement Project 1000 W. Carson St. Torrance 80509 13 San Bernardino Freeway 165.0 Restoration Project I-10 between I-5 and I-605 Los Angeles County 14 Route 710 Long Life 164.5 Pavement Project I-710 between I-405 to Firestone Blvd. Long Beach 15 I-5/SR-14 High Occupancy 158.6 Vehicle Lane N/A Los Angeles County 16 Pomona Freeway HOV Lane 156.0 SR-60 between SR-57 and I-605 Los Angeles County 17 Esteban Torres High School 145.0 4217 E. Cesar Chavez Ave. Los Angeles 90063 18 Lancaster Water Reclamation 143.0 Plant 1865 W. Avenue D Lancaster 93534 19 Methodist Hospital of 140.4 Southern California 300 W. Huntington Drive Arcadia 91007 20 Golden State Freeway HOV 138.0 Lanes and Connector I-5 between the SR-170 and SR-118 freeways Los Angeles County 21 Horizon at Playa Vista, 133.7 Parcel B 12130-12180 West Millennium Los Angeles 90094 22 Central Region High School 130.0 No. 13 2050 San Fernando Road Los Angeles 90065 23 Alaska Airlines LAX T6 130.0 Renovation 1 World Way, Terminal 6 Los Angeles 90045 24 Cabrilio Way Marina 125.0 Port of L.A. San Pedro 90731 25 Pacific Design Center-- 121.0 Red Building, Phase 3 8687 Melrose Ave. West Hollywood 90069 26 Providence Holy Cross Medical 120.0 Center Expansion 15031 Rinaldi St. Mission Hills 91345 27 Palmdale Water Reclamation 114.0 Plant 39300 30th St. East Palmdale 93550 28 Valley Region High 107.0 School No. 5 1001 Arroyo Ave. San Fernando 91340 29 South Region High 105.0 School No. 4 4110 Santa Fe Ave. Long Beach 00810 30 Presbyterian Intercommunity 104.0 Hospital Plaza Tower Whittier Whittier 90602 31 CSUN Valley Performing $103.5 Arts Center 18111 Nordhoff St. Northridge 91330 32 VA Long Beach Healthcare 100.0 System 5901 E. Seventh St. Long Beach 90822 33 Arcadia High School 99.0 Expansion 180 Campus Drive Arcadia 91007 34 TraPac Expansion 97.9 Port of L.A. San Pedro 90731 35 South Region New High 95.5 School No. 2 6100 S. Central Ave. Los Angeles 90001 36 Central Region High 90.0 School No. 16 300 E. 53rd St. Los Angeles 90011 37 Beverly Wilshire Office 90.0 Building 231-265 Beverly Drive Beverly Hills 90212 38 CSU Long Beach Peterson 87.0 Hall 3 California State University, Long Beach Long Beach 90840 39 Augustus F. Hawkins 86.3 High School 825 W. 60th St. Los Angeles 90044 40 Route 710 Long Life 83.9 Pavement Project I-710 between Firestone Blvd. and Slauson Ave. South Gate, Bell, Bell Gardens, Cudahy 41 Central Region Middle 82.8 School No. 7 2625 Compton Ave. Los Angeles 90011 42 UCLA Sproul Phase II 80.0 405 Hilgard Avenue Los Angeles 90095 43 Huntington Hospital 80.0 Vertical Expansion Huntington Hospital Pasadena 91109 44 Pauley Pavilion Renovation 79.8 and Expansion UCLA Campus Los Angeles 90095 45 Valley Region High 77.3 School No. 4 10445 Balboa Blvd. Granada Hills 91344 46 South Region High 75.5 School No. 12 8800 S. San Pedro St. Los Angeles 90003 47 Barack Obama Global 75.4 Preparation Academy 1700 46th St. Los Angeles 90062 48 Watson Center and Teaching 75.0 Learning Center West L.A. College Culver City 90230 49 Allied Health and Wellness 75.0 Complex West L.A. College Culver City 90230 50 East LA College Performing 74.0 Arts Center East Los Angeles College Monterey Park 91754 Rank Description Profile * start note * completion date * square footage 1 addition to Tom February 2010 Bradley International December 2013 Terminal 1,300,000 2 10-mile high occupancy Spring 2009 lane addition, seismic Spring 2013 upgrades to overpasses N/A 3 8.6-mile light rail with October 2006 nine new stations Mid 2011 N/A 4 878-room JW Marriott and November 2007 123-room Ritz December 2010 Carlton hotels and 214 1,600,000 condominium units 5 11.5-mile light rail June 2010 extension includes six December 2014 new stations and parking N/A facilities, 28-acre rail maintenance facility 6 317-bed new hospital Jan-2005 building July 2011 566,000 7 middle school and high December 2007 school buildings September 2010 with 130 classrooms 550,000 for 3,474 students 8 7-level, 300-bed tower February 2010 that will connect to January 2013 the existing facility, 398,340 central plant 9 replacement hospital, new February 2002 central plant, renovation Fall 2012 to existing hospital wing, 509,000 parking structure, and demolition of existing nine-story hospital 10 tour mile-extension of June 2009 Orange Line from Ganoga Summer 2012 station to Chatsworth N/A Metrolink station 11 construction of 2.2 miles October 2009 of carpool lanes on Winter 2012 I-10 between I-605 to N/A Puente Ave. 12 addition of the new December 2009 surgery/emergency April 2013 medical replacement 190,000 13 pavement replacement Spring 2009 Spring 2011 N/A 14 pavement replacement August 2007 along nine miles of Summer 2012 I-710 between I-405 N/A to Firestone Blvd. 15 construction of elevated July 2008 high occupancy vehicles Fall 2012 on the interchange of SR-14 N/A and I-5 16 11.5-mile high occupancy April 2007 vehicle lane construction Summer 2010 on SR-60 between SR-57 N/A and I-605 17 2,322-seat high school with December 2007 five small learning September 2010 communities 243,000 18 water reclamation plant Fall 2008 Summer 2012 N/A 19 5-story 140-bed new January 2009 patient tower October 2011 154,486 20 high occupancy vehicle Summer 2010 lane construction on Spring 2015 I-5 between SR-170 and N/A SR-118 freeways 21 six-story office building, November 2008 five-story office September 2010 building, and parking 622,000 garage 22 three-story classroom June 2006 building, administration January 2011 building, two athletic 243,600 fields with bleachers, gymnasium 23 renovations for Alaska January 2010 Airlines relocation June 2011 from Terminal Three 46,773 to Terminal Six 24 dredging and landfill for November 2008 700 wet slips and 400 August 2011 dry berths N/A 25 class-A office space and April 2007 parking for 1,460 vehicles 2011 400,000 26 new patient care wing May 2008 February 2011 145,000 27 aeration tanks, digestion September 2008 tank, final sedimentation December 2011 tanks, chlorine contact tanks N/A and secondary equalization tank 28 three-story classroom May 2008 building and two-story September 2010 administration, multi-purpose 249,995 maintenance and food service building 29 1,809-seat high school Juno 2008 January 2011 272,000 30 5-story, 112-bed July 2000 patient tower April 2014 237,750 31 1,620-seat main performance March 2008 hall, 170-seat lecture hall, September 2010 200- and 50-seat black box 165,000 studios 32 campus expansion with January 2009 24-bed inpatient/ June 2011 outpatient blind 209,000 rehabilitation center 33 buildings for performing arts, Spring 2008 science and student services, 2013 as well as upgrades to the 136,000 existing facilities 34 deepen Berths 144-147, add December 2008 50 acres of back land, build December 2010 new on dock rail facility N/A 35 nine building, 2,025-seat September 2008 high school, courtyard, track March 2011 and field facilities, 201,749 football and softball fields 36 75-classroom, 2,025-seat December 2008 high school, rooftop play Fall 2012 courts and a 57,000 square- 210,000 foot athletic field 37 office building with 2008 street-level retail Fall 2010 200,000 38 research labs, six lecture April 2008 halls, classrooms, faculty Spring 2011 office space, storage, 160,000 vivarium and animal holding 39 five building high school June 2009 with a 4-story administration August 2011 building, parking structure 231,420 40 pavement replacement along Summer 2009 three miles of I-710 between Spring 2010 Firestone Blvd. and N/A Slauson Ave. 41 50 classrooms, administrative July 2008 building, multipurpose room, January 2011 handball and basketball courts 136,590 and athletic field 42 two new residential towers, April 2010 I 750-seat dining facility December 2012 291,500 43 addition to Huntington August 2008 Hospital August 2011 60,000 44 :stadium renovation, new Spring 2010 exterior concourses, Fall 2012 concessions, restrooms and 236,000 support facilities 45 1,215-seat high school May 2008 March 2011 136,632 46 2,025-seat high school Summer 2009 April 2012 :296,906 47 middle school with gymnasium January 2008 and arts department, a lunch October 2011 room, and a 53 room, 150,000 three-story classroom building 48 theater, teaching and Summer 2010 learning center April 2012 170,000 49 health and wellness Summer 2010 complex September 2012 131,000 50 three buildings, including March 2008 recital hall, theaters, December 2010 and art gallery 159,000 Rank Planners General Contractor * owner * name * architect * phone 1 Los Angeles Walsh-Austin World Airports joint venture Fentress and (424) 646-4800 Associates 2 California Department Kiewit Pacific Co. of Transportation (562) 946-1816 N/A 3 Los Angeles County FCI/Fluor/Parsons, Metropolitan a joint venture Transportation Authority (626) 440-2000 N/A 4 AEG Webcor Builders Gensler (213) 239-2800 5 Metro Gold Line Foothill Multiple Contractors Extension Construction (626) 471-9050 Authority N/A 6 Children's Hospital Rudolp and Los Angeles Sletten Inc. ZGF Architects LLP (323) 660-2450 7 Los Angeles Unified Hensel Phelps School Construction Co. District (LAUSD) (949) 852-0111 Gonzalez Goodale Architects 8 Torrance Memorial Medical McCarthy Building Center Cos. Inc. HMC Architects (949) 851-8383 9 UCLA Tutor Perini Corp. CO Architects Robert (818) 362-8391 A.M. Stern 10 L.A. County Metropolitan Sully-Miller Transportation Authority Contracting Co. N/A (714) 578-9600 11 California Department of Flatiron West Inc. Transportation (760) 916-9100 12 County of Los Angeles Hensel Phelps KMD Architects Construction Co. (949) 852-0111 13 California Department of Atkinson Contractors LP Transportation (949) 855-9755 N/A 14 California Department of Atkinson Contractors LP Transportation (949) 855-9755 N/A 15 California Department of MCM Construction Co./ Transportation Security Paving N/A (916) 334-1221 16 California Department of C.C. Myers Inc. Transportation (714) 978-2726 N/A 17 LAUSD Clark Construction Langdon Wilson Architects Group--California LP (714) 429-9779 18 Sanitation Districts Taisei-TNK joint venture of LA. County (714) 886-1530 N/A 19 Methodist Hospital McCarthy Building of Southern California Cos. Inc. NTD Architecture (949) 851-8083 20 California Department of Flatiron West Ino. Transportation (760) 916-9100 N/A 21 Lincoln Property Co. Money Builders Johnson Fain/HKS (310) 399-1600 Architects Inc. 22 LAUSD Turner Construction Co. HMC Architects (213) 891-3000 23 Alaska Airlines Hensel Phelps Fentress Architects Construction Co. (949) 852-0111 24 Port of LA. Griffith/Dutra Moffatt/Nichol joint venture (562) 929-1128 25 Pacific Red LLC Jones & Jones Gruen Associates; Pelli Construction Clarke Pelli Architects (805) 640-30S0 26 Providence Health System Swinerton Builders HMC Architects (213) 896-3400 27 Sanitarian Districts of W.M. Lyles Co. L.A. County (661) 387-1600 N/A 28 LAUSD Turner Construction Co. Martinez Architecture (213) 891-3000 29 LAU8D Suffolk Construction Co. TBP Architecture Inc. (949) 453-9400 30 Presbyterian Intercommunity Millie and Severson Inc. Hospital (562) 493-3611 RBB Architects Inc. 31 California State C.W. Driver University, Northridge (626) 351-8800 HGA Architects 32 U.S. Department of Veterans S.J. Amoroso Affairs Construction Co. Lee Burkhart Liu Inc. (714) 241-2120 33 Arcadia Unified School McCarthy Building District Companies Inc. LPA Inc. (949) 851-8383 34 Port of L.A. Manson Construction Co. Port of L.A. (310) 521-1302 35 LAUSD McCarthy Building Leo A Daly Cos. Inc. (949) 851-8383 36 LAUSD Turner Construction Co. AC Martin Partners Inc. (213) 891-3000 37 George Comfort & Sons Tishman Construction Gensler (213) 327-3000 38 CSU Long Beach DPR Construction Inc. SmithGroup Inc. (949) 955-3771 39 LAUSD Clark Construction Carlett Skaer & Devoto Group--California LP Architects Inc. (714) 429-9779 40 California Department of Sema Construction Inc. Transportation (949) 470-0500 N/A 41 LAUSD Clark Construction Osborn Architects Group--California LP (714) 429-9779 42 University of California, Swinerton Builders Los Angeles (213) 896-3400 Pfeiffer Partners 43 Huntington Hospital Tower General Contractors Freeman White (818) 768-3530 44 Regents of the University PCL Construction of California Services Inc. NBBJ (818) 246-3481 45 LAUSD Hensel Phelps GKK Works Construction Co. (949) 852-0111 46 LAUSD Suffolk Construction MVE Institutional Co. Inc. (949) 453-9400 47 LAUSD Bernards CSDA Architects (818) 898-1521 48 Los Angeles Community FTR International College District (LACCD) (714) 389-5656 Leo A Daly 49 LACCD McCarthy Building LPA Inc. Cos. Inc. (949) 851-8383 50 LACCD Taisei Construction Corp. Arquitectonica (714) 886-1530 N/A--Not Applicable Note: Information provided by representatives of the owners and general contractors. Projects must be under construction as of August 1, 2010. 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