LATTC - Culinary Arts Building
Los Angeles, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
COMPLETION DATE
October 21, 2021
CLIENT
Pan-Pacific Mechanical
PROJECT TYPE
Higher Education

Los Angeles Trade Technical College modernized its 400 West Washington campus. This renovation and expansion included a new 2-story 60,000 square-foot culinary arts building with cooking labs, demo classrooms, kitchens, a servery, modular dining hall, offices, and an outdoor herb garden. tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and energy & sustainability design services, which encompassed our energy team contributing to the design of the mechanical solar photovoltaic panel system penthouse rooftop connected to the existing campus solar cell system. The system generates electricity and reduces campus energy costs. In addition to the cool-roof design, this new system reduces campus energy costs and the generated power needed for air conditioning. As a result, this project achieved LEED Gold certification.

PROJECT TEAM:
Roger Carter
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Alex Nye
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PROJECT LEADER
COMPLETION DATE
October 21, 2021
CLIENT
Pan-Pacific Mechanical
PROJECT TYPE
Higher Education

Los Angeles Trade Technical College modernized its 400 West Washington campus. This renovation and expansion included a new 2-story 60,000 square-foot culinary arts building with cooking labs, demo classrooms, kitchens, a servery, modular dining hall, offices, and an outdoor herb garden. tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and energy & sustainability design services, which encompassed our energy team contributing to the design of the mechanical solar photovoltaic panel system penthouse rooftop connected to the existing campus solar cell system. The system generates electricity and reduces campus energy costs. In addition to the cool-roof design, this new system reduces campus energy costs and the generated power needed for air conditioning. As a result, this project achieved LEED Gold certification.

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LATTC - Culinary Arts Building
Los Angeles, CA
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LATTC - Culinary Arts Building
PROJECT LEADER
COMPLETION DATE
October 21, 2021
CLIENT
Pan-Pacific Mechanical
PROJECT TYPE
Higher Education

Los Angeles Trade Technical College modernized its 400 West Washington campus. This renovation and expansion included a new 2-story 60,000 square-foot culinary arts building with cooking labs, demo classrooms, kitchens, a servery, modular dining hall, offices, and an outdoor herb garden. tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and energy & sustainability design services, which encompassed our energy team contributing to the design of the mechanical solar photovoltaic panel system penthouse rooftop connected to the existing campus solar cell system. The system generates electricity and reduces campus energy costs. In addition to the cool-roof design, this new system reduces campus energy costs and the generated power needed for air conditioning. As a result, this project achieved LEED Gold certification.

PROJECT TEAM:
Roger Carter
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LATTC - Culinary Arts Building

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Pan-Pacific Mechanical
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Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Trade Technical College modernized its 400 West Washington campus. This renovation and expansion included a new 2-story 60,000 square-foot culinary arts building with cooking labs, demo classrooms, kitchens, a servery, modular dining hall, offices, and an outdoor herb garden. tk1sc provided mechanical, plumbing, and energy & sustainability design services, which encompassed our energy team contributing to the design of the mechanical solar photovoltaic panel system penthouse rooftop connected to the existing campus solar cell system. The system generates electricity and reduces campus energy costs. In addition to the cool-roof design, this new system reduces campus energy costs and the generated power needed for air conditioning. As a result, this project achieved LEED Gold certification.

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