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A look at Hathaway Dinwiddie’s Lumen West LA Project

Hathaway Dinwiddie is proud to be associated with co-developers McCarthy Cook and Northwood Investors on the Lumen West LA Project.  Lumen West LA is a completely re-imagined first class amenity-rich workspace, with over 500,000 square feet of space including office and retail, with 65,000 square feet of private outdoor amenity space, including a one acre amenity deck, creating a balanced interaction with outdoor workspace and social / entertainment areas.

Some project highlights include indoor and outdoor bridges connecting the two towers, grand staircase leading to 3rd floor amenity deck and Conference Center, open floorplate design, ample parking and much more.

On track to be completed in 2022, Lumen will be the crown jewel of the Olympic Corridor.  Upon completion the project will seek a certification of LEED Silver.  Gensler is the architect, John A. Martin and Associates is the structural engineer.

Hathaway Dinwiddie at a Glance
Hathaway Dinwiddie is one of the most respected construction companies in California. For over a century, it has helped the nation’s premier corporations and institutions develop landmark buildings throughout California. With offices in San Francisco, Santa Clara and Los Angeles, the company has over 400 salaried employees, over one third of which are LEED Accredited Professionals.

The firm is privately held and senior management continues a tradition of hands-on involvement on every project. Over the years, it has created many of the landmarks that define California’s skyline, project types that include commercial office, higher education, bio-pharmaceutical, LEED / sustainable, healthcare, technology, entertainment, finance, and special use facilities. Hathaway Dinwiddie’s leadership in the California construction industry is built upon a belief that the professionalism and dedication of its employees, combined with the integrity of client relationships, will continue to be the cornerstone of its success.

This belief has engendered a project management style that integrates client focus, innovative thinking, teamwork and leadership to deliver better projects. This attitude is rewarded in that the majority of its work is for repeat clients. From preconstruction planning through project completion, Hathaway Dinwiddie makes the client’s goals its own.

Quality Control
Quality starts with the company’s people and the dedicated resources made available on a daily basis, from preconstruction through construction. Quality is about the dedication of individual team members, who take the time to assure that every detail is reviewed.

Beginning in the preconstruction phase, the firm’s experienced team performs constructability reviews and uses BIM tools to analyze all systems and details. This ensures that final fit and finish meet or exceed architect and owner expectations.

Hathaway Dinwiddie studies options for materials, details, phasing and sequencing to maximize overall value. To monitor and improve the finished product, it employs rigorous quality at the source measures. In short, the team strives to leave no detail unchecked to ensure the best possible results.

Sustainability
Hathaway Dinwiddie has ranked as high as #2 in Green Educational Facilities and as a “Top 5 Overall Green Contractor” by Engineering News Record. The firm understands that the environment matters so it takes the time to seek out and recommend the most sustainable solutions for its clients’ projects, and the settings in which they reside.

This is a reason Hathaway Dinwiddie is often sought out by owners and architects for its sustainability expertise. Over 35 percent of its staff members are LEED Accredited Professionals, and all of the project teams are knowledgeable about the LEED Certification System. This experience enables the firm to provide clients with the most advanced ideas in green building and sustainable construction practices.

Learn more at hathawaydinwiddie.com.

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