MEP ENGINEERING | TECHNOLOGY | LEED | COMMISSIONING | ENERGY

K-12 Education
Linda Esperanza Marquez High School

This new campus consists of three small learning Communities.
client
LAUSD
architects
Steven Ehrlich Architects
year
2012
scale
193,261 SF
construction-budget
$141,646,137

Project Summary

This campus was originally designed and approved by DSA in 2008 per 2001/2004 codes. More Recently the Site was reconfigured, redesigned and re-approved with New Food Service Building and new Athletic Field Facilities under 2007 codes. The project was posted for bidding in late 2009 in four packages.

This new campus consists of three small Learning Communities (all connected by an “internal pedestrian street”) that include classrooms, science labs, and administrative offices.

Shared facilities will include performing arts classrooms, a library, a multi-purpose room, two gymnasiums, food service and lunch shelter, administration support services, a Grand Stand Building with Athletic Fields, a pool building, and subterranean parking.