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Culver City High School

The Client

Balfour Beatty is a leading international infrastructure group. It finances, develops, builds, and maintains innovative and efficient infrastructure that underpins daily life, supports communities, and enables economic growth. Since its beginnings in 1909, Balfour Beatty has created and cared for the vital assets that enable societies and economies to grow: road and rail; airports, seaports, tunnels, and bridges; health and education facilities; heat, light, power, and water; and homes and workplaces.

The Project

One of two high schools in Culver City Unified School District, Culver City High School serves approximately 2,100 students in grades 9 through 12, offering a robust athletic program throughout the school year. In 2013, Culver City Unified School District launched an extensive athletic facility renovation at Culver City High School, including updating the baseball and softball fields. Teaming up with Balfour Beatty, Pierre Landscape removed the fields’ existing brick dust and grass; amended 312,323 square feet of soil; installed 42 automatic sprinkler zones, 4,520 linear feet of irrigation mainline, and 318 sprinkler heads; laid 124,300 square feet of Bull’s Eye Bermuda sod and 188,030 square feet of hydroseed; and spread 104 cubic yards of decomposed granite, 365 cubic yards of brick dust, and 872 cubic yards of sand. The new fields were ready in time for the 2015 season. Go Centaurs!


Customer: Balfour Beatty
Architect: Westberg + White, Inc.
Description: Education / Athletic Field
Location: Culver City, California
Project: Culver City High School
Scope: Landscape including amendment, irrigation, sod and hydroseed, and aggregate.

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