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Los Angeles Federal Courthouse

LEED® Platinum for $350 million Courthouse

The new $350 million, 10-story courthouse in Downtown Los Angeles replaces a stately but outdated courthouse that had been in use since 1940. It is designed to look like a floating cube set atop a stone podium with a pleated facade made of tempered glass.

The new 633,000 SF courthouse, with 24 courtrooms, utilized a design-build delivery and achieved a rating of LEED Platinum from the U.S. Green Building Council. The project provided stormwater harvesting capacity for 110,000 gallons of stormwater which is used for drip irrigation for the facility.

Services

  • Civil Engineering
  • Survey and Mapping

OWNER

U.S. GSA

LOCATION

Los Angeles, CA

AWARDS

LEED® Platinum Certified

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