Los Angeles Unified School District
Reconfiguration of campus to a high school
Remodeling 9 buildings to provide 3 small learning areas
Reconfiguration of existing gym
Accessibility upgrades at new learning centers and existing gymnasium
Construction of a new 14,100 square foot gymnasium
Targeted flatwork, planters and landscaping
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) reconfigured the Robert E. Byrd Middle School in Sun Valley into a single track high school, Valley Region Byrd High School. This campus project included providing new Administrative Offices and Small Learning Centers at Buildings 3, 8, P9 and P10; remodeling Building 2 - Library upgrades and addition of a new mechanical room; remodeling Building 1B - Administrative Building; extensive remodeling and provision of new Science Labs at Buildings 18 and 19, remodeling of courtyard areas and inclusion of new ADA accessibility upgrades in accordance with ADAAG throughout the campus including new ramps, stairs, walkways, gates, and curbs.
In addition, there was the construction of a new 14,100 square foot gymnasium with competitive basketball and volleyball courts for league play with ADA access upgrades at the interior and exterior and new competitive team locker rooms in the existing gymnasium. Site work included asphalt paving, new fencing and gates, walkways and curbs, planters, and targeted landscaping of remodeled areas.