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Turner selected for LAUSD high school project

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Turner Construction Co. was selected by the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) to manage construction of the $60-million South Region High School #9 in Los Angeles. Since 2003, Turner has managed construction on 19 LAUSD schools, representing a total construction value of more than $600 million.

The scope of work includes the construction of three two-story buildings, containing 53 classrooms on a 16-acre site, a single-story administration building, a performing arts/multi-purpose facility with adjoining food service, a gymnasium, football, soccer, and baseball athletic fields, basketball and tennis courts and a parking area.

Turner is also serving as the general contractor for the LAUSD Valley Region High School #5 in San Fernando, Central Region High School #16 in Los Angeles, the Central Region High School #13 in Los Angeles and the Valley Region High School #9 in Van Nuys.

In addition, Turner recently completed the LAUSD Sara Coughlin Elementary School Addition project in Pacoima four weeks ahead of schedule allowing the entire school addition to open a full year earlier than originally planned.


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