100 West Walnut

Check out these awesome aerial shots of 100 West Walnut in Pasadena developed by Lincoln Property Company and AMLI Residential. Our structural design of the 5-story office, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), is near completion and the Residential portion, designed by HED, isn’t far behind. Photos courtesy of Morley Builders.  

The Kurve on Wilshire

The Kurve on Wilshire hit a huge milestone earlier this month with its topping out! It has been awesome to design the 23-story, 1.3. million-square-foot residential tower that will bring 644 apartments units in Koreatown.  

Terasaki Budokan

Englekirk joins The Little Tokyo Service Center to ready the opening of the Terasaki Budokan Community Project in Downtown Los Angeles. On the tails of finishing up the structural aspects of the project, it won’t be long before the complex welcomes visitors providing access to sports and community activities while connecting to the Japanese American … Continued

Pico-Garnier Blocks Rehabilitation – Monday Memories

The Pico-Garnier Blocks Rehabilitation included the revival of a Romanesque building built in the late 1800s for the city’s Chinese immigrant community that shared acreage with Olvera Street and the Italian immigrant quarter near where Union Station now stands. The Garnier building was Chinatown’s unofficial headquarters. Our firm designed the rehabilitation of the historic structure … Continued

Southwestern School of Law – Monday Memories

The famed historic art deco Bullock’s Wilshire built in 1929, located on Wilshire Boulevard and Westmoreland Avenue transformed into the new Southwestern University School of Law. Our firm provided the structural engineering for the 232,000-square-foot renovation and restoration. The library encompasses 84,000 square feet of the University and will have the capacity to house 300,000 … Continued

Construction Progress – Missouri Place

Thomas Safran & Associates’ 6-story, 74-unit affordable housing development, on the corner of Missouri Avenue & Bundy Drive in Los Angeles, is 6 months into construction and due to open summer 2021! Architect: Withee Malcolm Architects Contractor: Bernards Structural: Englekirk Structural Engineers https://urbanize.la/post/construction-goes-vertical-missouri-place-affordable-housing  

Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center – Monday memories

As part of Hawaii Community Development Authority’s (HCDA) plans to redevelop the Kakaako waterfront, we were asked to evaluate the old “Kewalo Incinerator” for possible reuse as a children’s museum. The structure, built in 1943, was constructed of reinforced concrete supported by wood piles and included a prominent 200-foot-tall concrete incinerator smoke stack feature. Despite … Continued