A Grand Opening

Take Your Seat

Re-imagining the Toyota Center

The Toyota Sports Center, the practice facility and corporate offices for the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Kings, opened in 2000.  Within a few short years, sports entertainment expanded exponentially.  The Lakers brought on a new WNBA Team (Los Angeles Sparks) and the Kings initiated a minor league team (Los Angeles Reign) as well as the Junior Kings.  Training and Conditioning also expanded, increasing demand on the existing facility.  In order to accommodate the space expansion of the Sports Operations, both the Lakers and Kings moved their Business Operations offsite.  This worked for a few years but the need for Sports/Business synergy increased. In 2017 the Lakers moved their entire operation three blocks away. The vacated space in the existing Toyota Sports Center allowed the Kings to re-relocate their Business Operations back into the Center but also expand Training and Conditioning space for their hockey operations.  Pica + Sullivan undertook this first phase of expansion in 2016.  

The second phase of expansion of the Toyota Center involved the conversion of the former Lakers player space and gym into a USC-Keck Treatment Center and new facilities for Meyer Sports, a Physical Therapy/Sports Therapy specialist organization.  Additional area was converted for use by the Rink Management and new lockers provided for the Los Angeles Reign minor league club.  Pica and Sullivan completed the design for this phase of work in 2019.

Take Your Seat

Take Your Seat

by Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

“The grand opening for the new Arts Center at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy took place April 27-30 with the performance of the 2016 Dance Concert. All four shows quickly sold out! President Sister Carolyn McCormack, O.P., honored members of the Board of Directors and major supporters of “A Vision for Veritas” Capital Campaign at a reception prior to the show on Thursday for making this dream come true! The future is bright for FSHA and its student artists!”

St. Monica Campaign

St. Monica Campaign

by St. Monica Catholic Community

“After seven years of fundraising and nine years of planning, our two- and-a-half-level subterranean parking structure, Caruso Community Center, Grand Pavilion, and Simon Child and Student Center are now complete. The project’s first phase commenced January 15, 2012 in a formal groundbreaking ceremony and was formally opened on November 3, 2013 in a blessing and dedication ceremony with Archbishop José Gomez.

On October 1, 2014, the second phase of construction was completed by transforming the parking lot and schoolyard into the Marilyn Hawley Hilton Schoolyard. The upper level of the gymnasium was also renovated and have plans to upgrade the lower gymnasium and renovate existing facilities on the campus in the next two years.”


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