AIA|LA Healthcare Committee: LA County High Desert Regional Health Center Tour
Saturday May 17, 2014, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
335 E. Avenue I, Lancaster, CA 93535

LA County High Desert Regional Health Center Tour

The AIA|LA Healthcare Committee is organizing an architectural site tour of the new Los Angeles County High Desert Regional Health Center. Formerly known as the MACC, the Multispecialty Ambulatory Care Center, this is a new outpatient facility on a new 17-acre campus completing construction in Lancaster, CA.

The campus includes a clinical building with ASC, Imaging, Pharmacy and Lab, multi-specialty clinics and Urgent Care. Other buildings and facilities on campus include a logistics/materials handling building, dock and central plant and a new Building Crafts building. This project has also been designed to meet LEED Gold requirements.

The project, or the genesis for it, has involved many architectural and engineering firms in the southland starting in the 1990s when the High Desert Hospital designs were done, then more recently, when this project began in 2007 and then re-started design in 2010. Lee, Burkhart, Liu, Inc. has served as the design-bridging architect for the County with Swinerton as the design-build contractor and Lionakis as the design-build Architect of Record.

The project site is located in Antelope Valley, in Lancaster, approximately 70 miles, a 1 hour and 15 minute drive north of the Westside or Downtown Los Angeles. With drive time and tour we anticipate the event will take 4-5 hours.

The date of the tour is Saturday, May 17th, from 10AM-12PM.

*On the tour day we will meet outside the front entrance of the facility at 10:00 AM*

The location of the Building is 335 E. Avenue I, Lancaster, CA 93535