South Campus Project

L.A. Trade-Technical College’s South Campus Project
L.A. Trade-Technical College’s South Campus Project is the LACCD’s largest green building

Los Angeles Trade-Technical College's $126 million South Campus project modernizes one of the nation’s leading technical colleges.

The intricately designed project is the largest construction project in the District. It consists of two five-story buildings with more than 120,000 square feet of office and classroom space, and includes a Technology Classroom building (66,228 square feet) and a Student Services building (56,302 square feet). The South Campus project also has a utility building (1,800 square feet) and extensive landscaping.

Green Features Include:

  • Developed to meet the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED silver rating standards.
  • Sustainable design standards include:
    • Implementation of optimized energy performance
    • CFC and HCFC free equipment
    • Construction waste management and recycled and local materials use
    • Indoor air quality and chemical control
    • Low-emitting materials
    • Commissioning of HVAC, electrical and BAS systems
    • Connection to the planned campus solar array.
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