Overview

In 2011, Los Angeles Mission College embarked on one of the largest expansions in the institution's history, increasing its footprint with a new 98,694 square foot structure.

The East Campus Complex, as the project was named, would replace outdated spaces with state-of-the-art learning and administrative facilities and serve as a point of pride for the Los Angeles Community College District. It's not only a place where students learn and gather, but is also a model of design excellence and sustainability.

Southland provided design-build HVAC and plumbing services for the East Campus Complex, which is comprised of high-tech laboratories, lecture halls and classrooms, communal gathering spaces and conference rooms, and administrative areas. The project also included a 5,300 square foot central utility plant.