Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center (LAC+USC) has opened the doors to its new, state-of-the-art facility. The more than $600 million (construction cost) medical center, built by construction joint venture McCarthy-Clark-Hunt (MCH), includes a seven-story clinic tower, eight-story inpatient tower, five-story diagnostic and treatment building, and a central energy plant. The 600-bed, 1.5 million square-foot medical facility allows LAC+USC to better meet the needs of the Los Angeles community and has been hailed as a positive advancement in meeting urban healthcare challenges.
McCarthy has completed construction on the Knapp Building Parking Structure, a $12.3 million facility located at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.
After six months of construction, McCarthy has completed a new, 6,000-seat stadium at Paramount High School in Paramount, Calif. As the first phase of a $70 million campus renovation, the $14.5 million project is also the school’s first significant upgrade since 1953.
McCarthy has started construction on two parking facilities for the Los Angeles Community College District. The two structures will total over 800,000 square feet at a combined cost of approximately $48 million.
New Glendale Community College Parking Structure Incorporates Green Features to Supply Energy to Campus
Construction on Glendale Community College’s first parking structure is now complete. The $26.1 million facility has six levels, including one below grade, with 1,169 spaces for cars. McCarthy also completed work on 101 new surface spaces in an adjacent lot.