From the stainless steel curves of its striking exterior to the state-of-the-art acoustics of the hardwood-paneled main auditorium, the 3.6-acre complex embodies the unique energy and creative spirit of the city of Los Angeles and its orchestra.
This expansive theater in downtown Los Angeles holds one of the largest indoor stages in the United States, and is home to the Primetime Emmy Awards, AMAs, and ESPY awards.
The Red Building, along with its blue and green counterparts make up the Pacific Design Center, which houses the West Coast's top decorating and furniture market, with showrooms, public and private spaces, a branch of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and two restaurants operated by chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck.
The center of a $2.5-billion multi-use development in downtown L.A., the 56-story L.A. Live hotel & residences incorporates a steel shear wall system to return 20,000 sq. ft of floor area to the developer.
The $1.545 billion modernization of the Bradley West Terminal was the largest public works project in the history of Los Angeles and the most significant airport modernization project of the decade in the US.
12,900 tons of Herrick Steel helped create 181 Fremont Street, one of San Francisco’s newest and most exciting downtown landmarks. It is unique in its design, structure, and LEED Platinum Certification.
With advancements in engineering and technology that allow the building to literally "breathe" fresh outside air, Salesforce Tower will not only serve today’s workforce but the environment as well.