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Location: 3911 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90037
Developer: DLR Group
Architect: David Sakaguchi
General Contractor: Hathaway-Dinwiddie / Hunt-AECOM
Structural Engineer: Nabih-Yousef and Associates
Project Size: 8 Story Tower, Approximately 490’ x 130’
The Conco Companies is providing a range of concrete services for the renovation of the historic Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. As a host venue for the University of Southern California (USC) Trojans football team, two Olympics, two Super Bowls, and a World Series, this iconic stadium is undergoing the largest renovation in its 95 year history to prepare for the 2028 Olympic games. The 270 million dollar upgrade includes an eight-story modern structure with press boxes and luxury suites as well new lighting, updated audio, WiFi and video scoreboards.
The project is being developed by the DLR Group with architect David Sakaguchi and general contractors Hathaway-Dinwiddie and Hunt-AECOM. Conco, selected for this project because of their previous stadium experience and working relationship with Hathaway-Dinwiddie and Hunt-AECOM is providing concrete finishing, concrete pumping, concrete formwork, construction trucking and shotcrete services.
The LA Coliseum is a high-profile project that includes many unique challenges that required Conco’s experience in planning and executing complex projects. This included the difficult task of staging the construction in such a fashion as to not impede the 2018 and 2019 football seasons of both the USC Trojans and LA Rams. Conco provided a forward thinking plan to meet the demanding schedule and our experienced team is looking forward to the challenge of modernizing the stadium.