March 15, 1987
Construction has begun on a $23-million, 197,000-square-foot addition to the Kaiser Permanante Medical Center, 9961 Sierra Ave., Fontana. The new structure, which is expected to be completed by October, 1988, will be used primarily as an outpatient treatment clinic. Pasadena-based Kaiser Foundation Hospitals is the developer of the project, and the Costa Mesa office of Turner Construction Co. is general contractor. Architect of the five-story addition is Ontario-based HMC Architects Inc.
November 24, 1985
The $83-million, 750-room Stouffer Concourse Hotel at Los Angeles International Airport, the first Stouffer property in California, has been topped out and is scheduled to open in mid-1986. The 12-story project on the south side of Century Boulevard, between Aviation and La Cienega boulevards, is being developed jointly by Stouffer Hotel Co., Solon, Ohio, and Watt High-Rise Inc., Santa Monica. Covered parking will be provided for 1,100 cars.
June 23, 1985
The 20-story, 445,000-square-foot Burbank Centre has been completed at a cost of more than $40 million at Alameda Avenue and Kenwood Street in Burbank, according to a spokesman for Cushman Investment & Development Corp., developers of the office building with Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. The largest commercial office structure in Burbank, the building is served by a six-level, 1,080-car parking structure.
June 23, 1989
Security Pacific Plaza, in South Coast Metro Center, serves as the new Orange County regional headquarters for Security Pacific Corp. The building, which opened June 13, consolidates many of the company's Orange County business operations. In addition, it contains a 9,000-square-foot art gallery on the ground floor, open to the public. FACTS AND FIGURES Address: 555 Anton Blvd., Costa Mesa Developer: Transpacific Development Co. Architect: Gin Wong Associates Primary Contractor: Turner Construction for the base building, Inner Space Construction for interior work Financing: Security Pacific National Bank, Real Estate Industries Group Number of floors: 12 Square feet: 248,000 Use: Office Date completed: June, 1989 Percentage of building leased: 100%--Master leased by Security Pacific National Bank Parking capacity: 854 Source: Security Pacific Corp.
April 8, 2011 |
Imagine an airline terminal so filled with natural light that it feels good to be there. That’s what Terminal 2 , after a $383-million upgrade, felt like during a press preview I joined this week at San Francisco International Airport. The terminal, billed as environmentally friendly , includes numerous skylights; artwork; a spacious "recompose" area past security checkpoints, where you can reassemble your belongings; “hydration stations” for refilling reusable bottles with tap water; a kids’ play area; and of course recycling stations.
February 15, 1985 |
A lawsuit and liens totaling more than $7.7 million have been filed by building contractors against Hollywood Park, which says it has withheld payments because of dissatisfaction with work done in a $30-million improvement program at the track. C.E. Harger, a vice president and operations manager for the Turner Construction Co., the general contractor for the Hollywood Park project, said Thursday that his firm has filed two liens totaling $6,343,456 against the Hollywood Park Operating Co., Inc.