Bomel Construction completes structural concrete work for high-rise office building, entire parking structure for the $73-million third phase of NoHo Commons

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., July 31, 2009

The complex third-phase of the NoHo Commons project––the largest transit-oriented, mixed-used development under construction in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley––is proceeding on schedule thanks to a stellar performance by Bomel Construction Co.

The Anaheim Hills-based contractor has had a major stake in the $73-million project, responsible for forming, placing and finishing all concrete floors and columns in a nine-story, concrete-framed office building––set to open in October––and constructing a 766-space, cast-in-place parking structure, which was just completed.

NoHo Commons is in North Hollywood, near Universal Studios Hollywood, and includes an operating mass transit station, occupied offices for the Academy Awards and multifamily housing. Los Angeles-based J.H. Snyder in partnership with the city of Los Angeles is developing the project.

The 181,000-square-foot office building, which has its first four floors leased to the Art Institute of California, is seeking gold-level certification from the United States Green Building Council. The third phase of NoHo Commons also includes a seven-screen Laemmle movie theater.

Bomel Construction, one of the largest concrete contractors in the United States, completed the design-build parking structure about a month ahead of schedule, an impressive accomplishment considering the tight construction site and the abundance of contractors, consultants and civic stakeholders woven into the fast-tracked project.

Pat Irvine, project manager for J.H. Snyder, said the project’s size and complexity contributed to its level of difficulty.

“Bomel did a great job on this project,” Irvine said. “When things got tough, they dug in where they needed to, took care of it and delivered. We’d love to have them again.”

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