UCLA Center for Health Sciences South Tower

UCLA Center for Health Sciences South Tower2018-01-17T13:27:40-07:00

Project Description

Project Description

The UCLA Center for Health Sciences South Tower project consisted of renovations to the existing 13-story, 443,387 SF building (including 2 below-grade levels and a penthouse level). The project had two primary phase of work: the core and Shell Phase and the Tenant Improvement Phase. The work consisted of seismic retrofits to the building structure, upgrades to the building shell, replacement of the building systems, pressurization of the building stairs, installation of new fire protection systems and upgrades to the existing elevators.

The South Tower formerly accommodated Medical Center Inpatient care and related programs that were relocated to the new Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Upon completion, the renovated building accommodated health sciences programs that occupied other areas of the seismically deficient CHS complex.

Commissioned systems include variable volume air handling units with chilled water and hot water; low temperature hot water and high temperature cooling water pumping systems; unitary heating and cooling systems, including fan coil units and unit heaters; exhaust systems, including exhaust valves and terminals; building automation and temperature controls systems, including front-end and integration; air and hydronic distribution systems; cooling only chilled beam systems; cooling and heating beam systems; lighting control systems; day lighting controls systems; and life safety systems.

Project Details

LOCATION

Los Angeles, CA

AREA SF

443,400 SF

PROJECT COST

Unknown

MARKETS

Education

EXPERTISE

Commissioning

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