Loyola Marymount University (LMU) planned a new library for its campus in Los Angeles. To accommodate that library, an existing building was scheduled for demolition and the classrooms and offices it housed had to be relocated. LMU mandated that these classrooms and offices be constructed within four months so that their activities could restart on time and with minimum disruption. The facility had to accommodate 40 students per classroom with 10 classes every day. It also had to blend with the aesthetics of the existing permanent structures.
LMU had worked with us previously and was pleased with our work and commitment to customer service. Once chosen, we coordinated the work of several parties involved with the project including Rello’s Construction (the general contractor), the factory (Walden Structures), the LMU staff, the architect (David Jay Flood), various inspectors, and the fire marshal. To keep the project moving smoothly along, we also ensured that the team maintained compliance with city ordinances and obtained all necessary inspection and permit approvals. Very important!