Just Completed: Marriott Edition Hotel & Residences

Located at the highly visible corner of Sunset Boulevard and North Doheny Drive where Beverly Hills meets West Hollywood, the Marriott Edition Hotel & Residences consists of two towers, one 10 stories and the other 14 stories.  The high design project by renowned designer Ian Schrager features 190 guest rooms and 48 suites with 2 penthouses.

The hotel also features 20 luxury residences and over 6,500 square feet of meeting and event space. The hotel boasts inspiring and sophisticated outlets which include a signature restaurant, lobby lounge, basement club and expansive rooftop pools.

Elite’s scope included all exterior curtain wall and storefront features as well as…

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Completed: Kaiser La Habra MOB

Kaiser Permanente opened the La Habra Medical Office Building (MOB) in late 2017. The La Habra MOB is one of Kaiser’s first “RAD” (Re-Imagined Ambulatory Design) facilities, which aims to re-think and add a more personal touch to patient care in the MOB environment. The 28,000-square-foot structure is targeting LEED Platinum certification.

The project is a two-story medical office building with Viewglass dynamic glazing integrated into the storefront system and automatic entrances.  The design feature includes a segmented radius storefront with…

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Completed: Los Angeles Harbor College SAILS Student Union Building

Design and construction of a new Student Union Building to contain approximately 58,000 gross square feet on 2-levels is included as a S.A.I.L.S. project.

Elite’s scope included multiple integrated curtain wall systems which were designed by Elite and were required to meet stringent LACCD seismic criteria. 

The project included exterior and interior storefront systems as well as many skylights and 4’ diameter solar tubes.  Also prominent are oversized bi-fold doors and a large interior system throughout including auto doors and transaction windows.  The project also present complex waterproofing applications given the various skin elements of the building.

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