North Hollywood High School Modernization

Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD)
CO Architects
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Clark is modernizing the North Hollywood High School campus in Los Angeles, California. 

As part of the project, Clark is demolishing North Hollywood High School’s existing gymnasium, auditorium, and numerous academic spaces, and constructing three new buildings in their place. A new two-story complex will include main and practice gymnasiums, as well as training spaces, locker rooms, sanitary facilities, and mechanical rooms. A new three-story auditorium will feature a lobby, theater, performing arts classrooms, and office spaces. General and specialty classrooms, special education spaces, a computer lab, and associated support spaces are also being constructed as part of a new two-story classroom building.

The project team is also modernizing three existing buildings to update accessibility requirements, building systems, and finishes as well as repurpose several areas.

As part of the project’s extensive sitework, the team is rehabilitating existing parking lots, paving new parking lots, and installing new landscaping. The sitework also includes the construction of athletic fields, a new central plant, and a maintenance yard.