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Important Notification for USC Construction Partners

No construction work is allowed on May 13 or May 14 due to commencement activities. Read more ►

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Important Notification for USC Construction Partners

No construction work is allowed on May 13 or May 14 due to commencement activities. Read more ►

In addition to managing the projects that keep the University’s facilities code-compliant, up-to-date, and sustainable, Capital Construction Development (CCD) is your one source to bring your teaching/learning/working/being space vision to reality. We collaborate with you to strategically take your project from conceptual exploration through planning and approvals to realization of renovated or new spaces. Our project management professionals and support team members include architects, engineers, estimators, and other industry professionals who are adept in making the most out of any budget and safely accomplishing projects to realize our customers’ expectations.

Projects can be initiated through FAMIS. Please visit the Guide to Services for more information.

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Designed to engender feelings of comfort, the 5th floor in the Engemann Student Health Center (ESH) incorporates some special features including a fireplace and moss wall.

The Jill and Frank Fertitta Hall, a stately presence at the corner of Exposition and Figueroa Boulevards, has 20 classrooms, various offices, an Experiential Learning Center, the Marshall Library, and a café.

Renovated Laboratory Space in the Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center (GER).

The USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Hall is a technologically leading-edge structure that includes interactive classrooms, art studios, 2-D and 3-D technology-rich design labs, maker spaces, incubator space, a video capture lab.

The USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Hall is a technologically leading-edge structure that includes interactive classrooms, art studios, 2-D and 3-D technology-rich design labs, maker spaces, incubator space, a video capture lab.

The Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center featuring six (6) 2-story high dance studios as well as classrooms and other amenities was the first new USC building project to incorporate all LED lighting.

The Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center featuring six (6) 2-story high dance studios as well as classrooms and other amenities was the first new USC building project to incorporate all LED lighting.

The Lyon Recreation Center (LRC) renovation not only refreshed and revitalized the facility, it also provided an expanded and improved accommodation for the Trojan Marching Band.

Michelson Hall is an interdisciplinary molecular biology and engineering research building providing both wet and dry lab space as well as nanofabrication and imaging spaces supporting both Dornsife and Viterbi programs.

The San Pablo Parking Structure provides 1,200 parking spaces on the burgeoning Health Sciences Campus.  Nearby surface lots (Consolidated and O’Neal) were constructed concurrently to provide 673 additional parking spaces.

The San Pablo Parking Structure provides 1,200 parking spaces on the burgeoning Health Sciences Campus.  Nearby surface lots (Consolidated and O’Neal) were constructed concurrently to provide 673 additional parking spaces.

Stevens Hall Neuroimaging (SHN) was created from the previously vacant Raulston Memorial Research Building to support cutting-edge research by Dr. Toga and the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute.

USC Village

USC Village

Freshman Honors College Dining Hall at the USC Village