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Harriman Building Renovation, Downey CA

The two-story Harriman Building was constructed in the 1930s and is a combination of Spanish & Mission revival architecture. The building consists of two stories, a basement, and is approximately 75,800 square feet in size. The Harriman building’s interior was mostly demolished and reconstructed, while maintaining key historical defining architectural features. MEP and infrastructure systems for the building were replaced. The renovated use of the building will be OSHPD 3 outpatient clinic care services on the ground floor and administrative/medical support offices on the second floor.


Delivery Method 




Los Angeles County Department of Public Works



$50 million


Description of Services 

Construction change order cost estimating and settlement discussions with both General and Subcontractors

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