Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Clinic Building Breaks Ground
The Harbor-UCLA Clinic Building officially broke ground on May 24th.
Part of a campus-wide redevelopment program, the 370,000-SF Clinic Building will provide outpatient services as well as spaces for simulation and education. Members of the Hensel Phelps + HMC Architects + CO Architects design-build team joined the client for the ceremonial groundbreaking in Torrance, California. The building is anticipated to be completed in the fall of 2026.
The full project replaces outdated facilities on Harbor-UCLA's 72-acre campus to comply with Senate Bill 1953, which takes effect in 2030 and requires all California hospitals to be structurally resilient in the event of a major earthquake.