Mixed Commercial

Columbia Square

The Client

Hathaway Dinwiddie, a company whose roots span over a century, states that their mission is to be the builder of choice for certainty of delivery and outstanding value. The California general contractor, designer, and project manager specializes in constructing microelectronic, semiconductor, and biopharmaceutical facilities. Hathaway Dinwiddie also has experience building office buildings, entertainment centers, hotels, retail stores, and schools.

 

The Project

CBS Columbia Square - Los Angeles Conservatory - 2017 Preservation Award Recipient

Formerly the home of CBS’s iconic Los Angeles radio and television studios, the historic Columbia Square building has been renovated to reflect its original glory. Once a workplace for the likes of Lucille Ball, Bob Dylan and James Dean, Columbia Square continues on as a community for the creative forces in Hollywood. The Columbia Square project was installed primarily on podium with raised planters representing 80% of the project square footage. Scope included installation of 7,000 shrubs and 124 trees, the majority of which were 48” box trees and above in terms of size. Scope included import and placement of 132 tons of gravel and 800 cubic yards of soil. Hoisting, logistics and working closely with the Hathaway Dinwiddie team were crucial to the success of this project.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

 

Customer: Hathaway Dinwiddie

Architect: Rios Clemente Hale Studios

Description: Mixed Commercial

Location: Hollywood, CA

Project: Columbia Square

Scope: Project was installed primarily on podium with raised planters representing 80% of the project square footage. Scope included installation of 7,000 shrubs and 124 trees, the majority of which were 48” box trees and above in terms of size. Scope included import and placement of 132 tons of gravel and 800 cubic yards of soil.

 
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