C.W. Driver: County of Los Angeles - Manhattan Beach Library

Sponsors

C.W. Driver

Contact: 
Denise Youmans, Director of Project Development
(626) 351-8800  
dyoumans@cwdriver.com

Jennifer Vasquez, Director of Marketing/Corp. Communications
(626) 351-8800
jvasquez@cwdriver.com

468 N. Rosemead Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91107
www.cwdriver.com

C.W. Driver is a premier builder serving the Western United States since 1919. The company’s distinguished history spans nearly a century. As forerunners in General Contracting and Construction Management services, we remain on the cutting-edge across a broad spectrum of industries, including higher education, K-12 education, healthcare, entertainment, retail, commercial and civic.

Landmark projects, historical renovations, and occupied campus programs have distinguished us as leaders in our field. The dynamic energy of our management teams, coupled with our technological sophistication, allows us to work collaboratively with all of our clients to achieve the highest level of innovation, quality and value.

 C.W. Driver has offices located in Los Angeles, Irvine, Rancho Cucamonga, San Diego and San Jose.

 

  • Free-standing, single story, 19,151 SF structure modeling future best practices for the development of public facilities.
  • 100,000 SF design-build project, provides 400 new beds to students at CSU Northridge.
  • Single story, 21,000 SF building designed to provide the community with greater access to library resources.
  • Features include approximately 80 state-of-the-art audio-animatronic figures, high quality sound, digital projection, smoke and water effects, and more to create an immersive ride experience.
  • A 51,176 SF, four-story support building with an adjacent stage support truck parking area.
  • Two-story building incorporates an open atrium, library, staff offices, meeting rooms, support areas, board room and conference center with a coffee shop and warming kitchen.
  • 75,000 SF three-story office building with offices, meeting space, a non-OSHPD CTRI clinic (Clinical and Translational Research Institute), and a café.
  • 20,000 SF two-story building that houses various departments and support facilities
  • 45,000 SF special effects theater, is modeled after the interior of a boathouse in New York City.
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