DOROTHY A. QUESADA COMMUNITY CENTER

ONTARIO, CA
 
LEED SILVER CERTIFICATION
 
2009
AREA: 12,000SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $5.9M

Recreation center including a computer lab, multi purpose room, and exterior/interior stage.

Part of a larger park with a swimming pool and baseball and soccer fields.

CITY OF VICTORVILLE 

CITY HALL

VICTORVILLE, CA
2007
101,000SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $31.4M

City offices and departments, new 224-seat council chamber, training center, and state assembly offices. An array of 100kw photovoltaic panels on the roof provides half of the building's energy needs.

EAST RANCHO DOMINGUEZ COMMUNITY CENTER & GYMNASIUM

LOS ANGELES, CA
2000
14,000SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $3.85M

Renovations and expansion of a community center and construction of a full size basketball and volleyball court.

LOUIS POMPEI MEMORIAL PARK

HIDDEN HILLS COMMUNITY CENTER

HIDDEN HILLS, CA
 
2000
13,000SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $4.6M

Community center with daycare, meeting rooms, and theater. There is an emphasis on one story, wood frame construction with wide roof overhangs. Horizontal wood siding painted white, a stone base, and gray concrete roof tiles are used.

BREA CIVIC & CULTURAL CENTER

BREA, CA
1984
160,000SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $42M

Combines traditional city government function with a county library, community theater, art exhibit hall, and lease space for supporting government agencies congressional offices. One of the first in california to integrate public agencies, tv station, performing arts theater, library and municipal art gallery into one building.

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WILSHIRE COMMUNITY POLICE STATION GARAGE

LOS ANGELES, CA
 
1998
112,000SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $4.6M

320 parking stalls. Cast in place concrete with a continuous ramp system. The curved corner concrete wall elevation creates a small public plaza at the intersection of two major streets. The wall contains a city and police department plaque in precast concrete.

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ICE STATION VALENCIA

VALENCIA, CA
 
2001 SAVINGS BY DESIGN
ENERGY EFFICIENCY INTEGRATION AWARD
 
2001
91,000SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $11.2M

3 skating rinks; 1 olympic-sized, 1 NHL-sized, and 1 small "skating pond."

Additional facilities include banquet rooms, restaurant, retail shop, and complete lockers and showers.

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QUEEN ANNE RECREATION CENTER

LOS ANGELES, CA
 
2003
11,700SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $3.2M

Expansion and renovation of existing gymnasium and community rooms at queen anne park. The addition expands the gym floor into a full size basketball court with side courts. The existing low roof is removed and raised to create a more appropriate column for all court sports.

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HARBOR HILLS

COMMUNITY CENTER

LOMITA, CA
 
2004
16,000SF
CONSTRUCTION COST: $4.4M

Multi-purpose community center to house social, athletic, and supplemental educational programs. Programs include childcare, teen center, youth and adult sports and seniors’ meals.

MORGAN PARK COMMUNITY CENTER STATEWIDE PARK PROGRAM GRANT APPLICATION

BALDWIN PARK, CA
 
2019
AREA: 25,000SF
ANTICIPATED CONSTRUCTION COST: $8 MILLION

8/2/2019. The Albert Group Architects have completed a conceptual design for renovations and a 2nd story addition to the Esther Snyder Community Center in the City of Baldwin Park, CA as part of the City's application for approximately $8 million in California SPP (Statewide Park Development & Community Revitalization Program) Round 3 grant funds authorized under California's Prop. 68 in 2018. SPP competitive grants finance the acquisition and development of new parks and new recreation opportunities in critically undeserved communities across the state. As written in the Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Act, "the program seeks to encourage community participation in, and a greater sense of responsibility toward, new parks and recreation facilities which will help keep them clean and safe and which will enhance community pride and sustain neighborhood vitality." 

 

The project calls for the renovation of 13,000 SF of existing community center space in Morgan Park and the creation of an additional 12,000 SF to house a new computer lab, dance room, fitness studio, and new administrative offices in a LEED Certified building. ​​​

 

SPP Round 3

California Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Act of 2008

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