CSC – Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center – California - Project Profile
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California Science Center (CSC), is planning to undertake the construction of a Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center in Los Angeles, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 16,700m2 science gallery, joining the existing the California Science Center’s main building.
The project includes the construction of an air gallery, space gallery and a space shuttle gallery which will feature the Endeavour spaceship, spaceship pavilion, related infrastructure and the installation of safety and security systems and electrical equipment.
Evidence Design in collaboration with ZGF Architects will provide comprehensive design services. Arup was appointed to design Endeavour Pavilion which will display the vehicle horizontally.
The majority of funding for the project will be done through donations. In October 2014, the project raised US$100 million in funds, later in May 2015, 50% of required funding was achieved.
As of March 2017, planning activities are underway and construction is expected to begin in the third quarter of 2017 with an opening in 2019.
Stakeholder Information: Planning Authority: The Department of City Planning (Los Angeles City Council) Architects: Evidence Design, ZGF Architects and Arup
The project the construction of a 16,700m2 science gallery, joining the existing the California Science Center’s main building, in Los Angeles, the US.
The US$250 million project includes the following: