Measured as the largest solar array on a municipally owned convention center in the United States, the Los Angeles Convention Center added 2.21 megawatts to their existing facility.
This addition brings LACC’s total solar power generated to 2.58 megawatts.
This project included installing 6,228 panels at 355 watts each which is projected to generate 3.4 million kilowatt hours per year, which is around 17% of the Los Angeles Convention Center’s annual energy usage.
From shabby to chic, the revitalized Hollywood Park Casino offers thrilling game play in a posh atmosphere.
As part of the masterplan of Hollywood Park in Inglewood, CA, the Hollywood Park Casino offers its patrons a high-end gaming experience just minutes away from the Los Angeles Airport. The 110,000 SF space includes 125 game tables, off-track betting spaces, restaurants, lounge areas, and bars.
CSI Electrical Contractors, Inc. was the electrical engineer on record for this project and was responsible for installing all electrical and low voltage systems throughout the casino.
The casino features an array of unique chandelier lighting including the lighting featured at the main entrance which includes over 1,000 individually hung glass pieces to create a one-of-a-kind chandelier.
From sound stage to high-end event venue, Three Labs is a visually stunning space suited for your next event or production.
Located in Culver City’s historic Hayden Tract, Three Labs Innovative Production & Event Facility boasts high-vaulted ceilings with curved glue-lam beams making way for the unique lighting that is a focal point for the space. This renovation included a complete overhaul of the sound stage to create a single open space, new subterranean garage, entrance lobby, restrooms, office space, and additional event rooms.
To create additional parking to support the venue, the entire structure was excavated and then elevated to make an underground parking garage.
A home for two new studios…
As Time Warner (now Spectrum) continues to expand, CSI Electrical Contractors, Inc. joined their team to provide tenant improvements to the Alaska and Utah buildings in Los Angeles, CA. These studios house Time Warner Cable Sports and Time Warner Cable Deportes. Both studios operate independently of each other and hold over 1,700 pieces of technical equipment from some 140 vendors. The two separate studios include accompanying production and audio control rooms. The facility also features a master control which can support up to five outbound channels, a TOC room, two insert studios, a graphics room, two VO rooms, a central equipment room, and office space.