LAUSD Lincoln High School Modernization

  • Location

    Los Angeles, CA
  • Construction Cost

    $90 million
  • Market

    K-12
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  • A comprehensive modernization for a truly historic campus

  • Project Overview

    Abraham Lincoln High School serves students in the Lincoln Heights area of Los Angeles and is one of the oldest public schools in California. Most of the school’s building date to the 1940s, with some in need of replacement or major upgrades. After a site analysis by CO architects, LAUSD embarked on a comprehensive modernization project. The project includes three new buildings, four building renovations, temporary housing and IT infrastructure upgrades. This $90 million initiative will update Lincoln High to current LAUSD standards and provide a vastly improved educational environment to the students it serves.

  • Solution

    Our team provided MEPT and fire protection services for the initial site analysis report with CO architects and then for the design of the modernization, which includes infrastructure upgrades, new buildings, temporary structures and renovations. The project also includes demolitions, multi-phase DSA certification and close-out activities. Some features of the project are a modernized gym, administration building, auditorium and home econ building along with new classrooms buildings, auditorium additions and additional restrooms for the continuation campus. The P2S technology team is designing telephone, public address, data, IT, security and audiovisual systems for the modernized Lincoln High campus. We’re also designing a single structured cabling plant for all communication systems, which will be converged using the same IP infrastructure for seamless operation of all systems.