California State University, Chancellor’s Office

Long Beach, California

Interior renovations and a portion of exterior site improvements renewed the Office of the Chancellor building at California State University, supporting the mission of providing a collaborative and professional environment.

The existing CSU Office of the Chancellor building was permitted in 1997. With over 20 years of usage and wear and tear, the building renovation was necessary to meet new operational demands and upgrades to outdated infrastructure. The building required ADA upgrades, elevator modernization, finish replacements, lighting replacements, fire alarm system replacements, IT system upgrades and workstation reconfiguration.

The project used a collaborative design-build project delivery method, under which the design-builder, Skanska, contracted directly with the LEO A DALY design team to complete the design and construction. Approval from the CSU Peer Reviewer, Division of State Architect and the State Fire Marshal was obtained within four months.

Client 

California State University

At a glance

Renewal of the Office of the Chancellor building at California State University

Features

Refresh supports CSU’s mission of providing a collaborative and professional environment

Collaborative design-build project delivery method

Services

Full architecture and engineering services