Los Angeles Business Council honors two HMC-designed projects at annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards
Thursday, July 1st, 2010
On Tuesday, June 29, 2010, the Los Angeles Business Council (LABC) hosted the 40th annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards, recognizing the project teams responsible for the city’s highest regarded architecture. HMC Architects was proud to be honored with two awards.
The Frontier Project, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., was selected as a winner in the Best of L.A. Domestic category. The 14,000-square-foot demonstration building is designed to assist in educating resident consumers, commercial builders, and sustainable advocates about the latest methods and technologies in water, energy and site conservation.
The HMC-designed Kaiser Permanente Downey Medical Center Replacement Hospital, Downey, Calif., was selected as a winner in the Best of L.A. Healthcare category. This new medical campus is organized to provide a business and pedestrian-friendly face to the community, while creating an accessible, welcoming and healing environment within.
The LABC acknowledges that design and architecture play a critical role in economic development by attracting companies to do business in and around Los Angeles, and by providing an environment in which they can flourish. In total, 36 projects were honored at the awards program.
About the Los Angeles Business Council
The Los Angeles Business Council is an advocacy and educational organization dedicated to serving local businesses while informing and impacting positive change at multiple layers of government. For more than 70 years, the council has been an influential link between business and government and has had a major impact on public policy related to education, housing and environmental sustainability. Tags: Award, Frontier Project, Kaiser Downey Medical Center, Los Angeles Business Council Impacting the Community through Design