Monday, May 16, 2011

McCarthy Building Companies Completes Construction of Net Zero Parking Structure at Long Beach City College

 LONG BEACH, CA (May 16, 2010) – McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. recently completed construction of a net-zero design-build parking structure at Long Beach City College (LBCC) Liberal Arts Campus (top left photo).

Located near the southwest corner of Carson Street and Clark Avenue in Long Beach, the new parking structure was opened during a dedication celebration on March 29, 2011.

 The $19 million construction project was built with Measure E facilities bond money approved by the voters in 2008. McCarthy served as general contractor for the 900-car parking structure along with design partner Choate Parking Consultants. 

The project included construction of a 295,485-square-foot cast-in-place, long span, post tensioned concrete parking structure as well as a revitalization of the former campus golf mall now renamed The Campus Green.

Other project team members included: Construction Manager Cordoba Corporation; LBCC Director of Facilities Tim Wootton; LBCC President Eloy Ortiz Oakley; Paul Coleman Architect, Inc.; Ficcadenti & Waggoner Consulting Structural Engineers; Empire 3 Consulting Engineers, TKSC Consulting Mechanical Engineers; Pfeiler & Associates Engineers and AHBE Landscape Architects.

Laura Mickelson (LM Communications),  (949) 453-0851
Susan Garritano (McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.) (314) 968-3300              

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