The Hensel Phelps + HMC Architects + CO Architects design-build team has reached a significant milestone in its latest project, the Support Services Building at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. The team celebrated the topping out of the building, which will house critical support services such as facilities management, IT, and safety departments.
The completion of the Support Services Building is expected to take place in January 2024, and this topping out marks the first on-campus milestone for the project. This is a momentous occasion for the entire team at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works staff, who have worked tirelessly to bring this project to fruition.
The Support Services Building will play a vital role in the community by providing essential support services for medical care. We are thrilled to see this incredible new facility take shape and look forward to its positive impact on the community.
Hensel Phelps, HMC Architects, and CO Architects have worked together to create a stunning design for the Support Services Building, which is both functional and visually striking. The team’s attention to detail and commitment to excellence is evident in every aspect of the building, from its layout to its materials and finishes.
The topping out of the Support Services Building is an important milestone for the project and a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire team. We congratulate everyone involved and look forward to seeing the completed building in January 2024. This incredible new facility will provide critical support services for medical care to the community and will positively impact the lives of many. Congratulations to the entire team at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works staff on this significant milestone.