Huitt-Zollars was the prime architecture consultant for the new student services building at Santa Monica College. The three-story building, with three subterranean levels of parking, consolidated the various Student Services departments into one building located on SMC’s main Pico campus. The goal was to provide centralized access and a one-stop service delivery location to more effectively serve the approximately 35,000 students per year in attendance.
Huitt-Zollars designed safety improvements around Westlake Elementary School as a part of the State-funded Safe Routes to School program for the City of Thousand Oaks. Improvements included a street widening, a pedestrian path, and a traffic signal modification. Huitt-Zollars satisfied the City's aggressive schedule and finished on-time and under-budget to meet the funding requirements. Topographic surveys, record and right-of-way research, property line and utility mapping, and complete construction documents (plans, specifications, and estimates) were provided.
Huitt-Zollars, as a subconsultant to MIG Inc, developed this 30-acre hillside site from open space into a regional park facility with 19 acres of developed park and 11 acres of hillside open space.
Huitt-Zollars' Ontario office provided civil engineering services on this project.
Cortesa at Esencia features 72 high-density detached single family homes within the master planned community of Rancho Mission Viejo. The homes are clustered in a four-plex arrangement around a common motor court. The development is adjacent to a number of neighborhood amenities including clubhouses, parks, trails, and miles of scenic corridors for hiking, biking, and leisurely walks. Homes are all single-level and designed exclusively for those 55 years old and above.
Huitt-Zollars is currently involved in the planning efforts for PA3, which will be a 7,000-home master planned community of over 2,000 acres. Our role is to assist the planners in preliminary engineering that will result in an earthwork analysis and a land use matrix to tract buildable pads for a financial feasibility study. We are also involved in planning level modeling to better understand the final product.
GardenWalk was designed for LEED Silver Certification. This project is a luxury timeshare resort that integrates retail, hotel and entertainment features into a gentrified civic zone. The 7-story building includes 400 units with parking and 55,000 SF of amenity space coupled with 7 separate recreation facilities. The resort features innovative guest check-in features and reception concepts.
Huitt-Zollars provided site civil design and landscaping design services for this development project. As part of the contractors' design/build team, Huitt-Zollars assisted in processing plans and gaining City and County approval. Huitt-Zollars coordinated the design effort between all utility contractors, ensuring no field conflicts occurred. The project required an innovative stormwater management design. The landscape and civil design teams incorporated a rock-scape with drought-tolerant landscaping into the infiltration pond design.
As a component of the Second Floor Imaging Department Master Plan that Morris was hired to complete, the upgrade and remodel of one of the facilities two Cardiovascular Cath Labs involves the replacement of the Cath Lab unit with a state of the art Cath Lab by General Electric. The remodel includes a revamping of the interior finishes and reconfiguration of the room layout to accommodate the new G.E.
The Fashion Industry Guild donated funds for the upgrade of finishes, redesign of all casework, purchase of new furniture, and to replace headwalls in three patient rooms, toilets, and vestibule/work area for the Peds Acute Care Unit on the 4th floor of the North Tower. The project scope also included an upgrade of the mechanical systems to correct inadequate conditioning of the patient rooms. In this initial concept sketch using BIM software, Morris Architects was able to explore various ideas for form and imagery around the painting “Starry Night” by Vincent Van