Buyers Guide: LPA Inc.
5161 California Ave., Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92612
Phone: (949) 261-1001
Fax: (949) 260-1190
Founded in 1965, LPA has more than 350 employees with offices in San Antonio and Irvine, Sacramento, San Diego and San Jose, California. The firm provides services in architecture, sustainability, planning, interior design, landscape architecture, engineering and graphics. With a proven commitment to integrated sustainable design, LPA designs facilities that span from K-12 schools, colleges and universities to corporate, healthcare and civic establishments. More than 700 major design awards attest to LPA’s commitment to design excellence.
See projects from this firm that have been featured in the Architectural Showcase:
Funded by student fees, this 120,000-square-foot Student Recreation Center provides state-of-the-art technology in the areas of health and fitness, including but not limited to a three-court gymnasium, one Multi-Activity-Court (MAC), 16,000 square feet of weight and fitness space, five multipurpose rooms for aerobics, martial arts, spinning and dance, one rock climbing wall and a 6,500-square-foot pool with showers and lockers.
Cost: $45 million
This project, located on the campus of CSU East Bay in the city of Hayward, California, consists of approximately 56,630 square feet and includes a programmed space for a gymnasium, jogging track, fitness center, locker rooms, multi-purpose rooms, activity rooms, administrative offices and associated support spaces.
Cost: $26.5 million
This center provides a three-court gymnasium, one multi-activity-court (MAC), a 18,500-square-foot weight and fitness space, three multipurpose rooms for aerobics, martial arts, spinning and dance, a rock climbing wall, a drop-in childcare room, a 5,000-square-foot pool and a lighted outdoor field complex. The project has received LEED Gold certification.
Cost: $50 million
The multi-purpose 6,000-seat Paramount High School Pirate Stadium features a Field Turf synthetic field, an all-weather, nine-lane urethane track, a lighted score board, press box with elevator, two pole vault pads, a high jump area, and two long jump runways with four sand pits. Anchored by a Field House Building, which includes dedicated team/locker rooms, classrooms, a weight room, wrestling facility, and instrumental room for the marching band, the athletic promenade also serves as a gateway to a new 450-seat baseball complex. The collegiate-level field has 350-foot left and right field lines, a 385-foot center field fence, 37-foot vinyl-coated backstop, fully sub-drained natural turf area to ensure durability and year-round access, concrete dugouts, multiple batting cages, and enclosed bullpens.
Cost: $11.9 million