Dozens of Projects throughout the Campus
UCLA is one of the most highly regarded public universities in the U.S. Located in West Los Angeles, the campus covers over 400 acres in a highly-urbanized setting. Psomas has supported UCLA for decades, providing consulting support for roadway and utility infrastructure planning and design as well as site design and surveying services for many iconic buildings.
Following is a partial list of projects: Ackerman Union, Ambulatory Complex, Baseball Field, Botanical Gardens, Bradley Center, DeNeve Plaza, Dickson Art Center, Drake Stadium Track Replacement, Dykstra Hall, Engineering & Applied Science Building, Faculty Center, Football Stadium, Fire Station, Fowler Museum, Gayley Storehouse, Gonda Neuroscience Center, Health Science Center, Heliport Site, Japanese Gardens, John Wooden Sports Center, Kinross Continuation, Kinsey Hall, Knudsen Hall, Law Library Additions, Luck Laboratory, Men’s Gymnasium, Northwest Housing, Parking Structure, Placement Center, Royce Hall, Schoenberg Hall, School of Law (addition), School of Medicine, South Parking Structure, Southwest Housing, Stone Canyon Drainage Study, Tennis Stadium, UCLA/Santa Monica Medical Center, Westwood Replacement Hospital, University Village Expansion, Warren Hall, and Westwood Plaza.