LAUSD NORTH HOLLYWOOD HIGH SCHOOL MODERNIZATION

CO Architects is currently undertaking the comprehensive modernization of the North Hollywood High School campus, which is distinctive for both its natural and man-made characteristics. The school has an extensive agricultural program and features a great number of fully grown trees, giving the campus a bucolic character. The core campus buildings were designed in the 1920’s and 1930’s by noted California architect Myron Hunt, and the campus also features high-quality Spanish revival buildings. The project scope involves the seismic upgrade and modernization of approximately 100,000-sf of existing space and the construction of a new classroom building and core facilities, including a new auditorium and gymnasium. The new classroom building will house 52 classrooms and features specialized instructional spaces for art and ceramics, robotics, video production, auto repair, wood working and construction.

FACTS

PROJECT NAME LAUSD North Hollywood High School Modernization
SIZE 100,000 GSF Renovation; 200,000 GSF New GSF
COMPLETION DATE 2024
LOCATION North Hollywood, CA
CLIENT Los Angeles Unified School District
SERVICES Master Planning, Programming, Architecture