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Ventura Blvd. Office Building

Project: Ventura Office Building

This four story office building was completed with safety in mind. With complete anti seismic controls, its considered by its designers to be "earthquake proof". The Ventura Office Building is ready for the big one, even with a complete underground parking structure beneath the building.

 
Graebel Van Lines

Project: Graebel Van Lines

Location: San Jose, CA

Type: Warehouse/Distrubution/Office

Completed in 2010, this fast paced project defied the laws of a typical construction timeline. Completed for a remote client, this extensive renovation of an existing 130,000 sq.ft. warehouse included everything from a completely new electrical system, HVAC system, ESFR fire supression system, plumbing system, extensive racking system as well as a build out of 9,000 sq.ft. of interior offices (pictured) and restrooms. Other work included site redevelopment, new loading docks, back up generator installation, facade restoration and landscaping. This was a design/build project with LEED certified architect Rick Leslie. From inception to occupancy completion was only 5 months, including: design/engineering, permiting and plancheck and of course, construction. Completed Feb. 2010.

 
Cerritos Parking Structure

 

Project: Cerritos Parking Structure and Trailer Staging

Location: Cerritos, Calif.

Type: Parking Structure and Trailer Staging Area

This parking structure holds 465 cars and was designed for an additional level should future expansion require it.  This high-end garage is built of colored precast concrete and split face CMU. Fully sprinklered, ventiated with a guard house at the entrance and fire doors surrounding adjacent properties, the finished site is heavily landscpaed with shade trees and meandering sidewalks.  Before the structure could be built, Licha had to modify the soild due to a seven foot water table. After an extensive dewatering process the ground was brought to specification with 1,700 rock columns placed to a depth of forty feet in order to use the spread footings that were designed. A five acre truck and trailer staging area across the street completes this project. 2009.

 
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