Touring the Los Angeles Theatre


Check out these beautiful photos of the Los Angeles Theatre on Broadway by Curbed LA.

The Los Angeles, built in 1931, was the last of the opulent theaters built in what is now the Broadway Historic Theatre District – the first and largest theater district listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

While most of the theaters aren’t used as regular movie houses or performance venues on a regular basis anymore, you can still experience them through programs like the LA Conservancy’s Last Remaining Seats and Walking Tour, and Cinespia.

We haven’t had the opportunity to work on the amazing Los Angeles Theater yet, but we have done work on the Million Dollar Theater on Broadway, Raymond Theater in Pasadena, the Warner Grand in San Pedro.

Hall of Justice Renovation


Restoration work is in full swing over at the Hall of Justice building in downtown LA. Built in 1925, the building used to house the LA County courts, coroner, sheriff’s office, district attorney and jail. Unfortunately, the building was closed and red-tagged after the 1994 Northridge earthquake.

We bid on a couple different scopes of work for the project, hopefully we’ll still get to work on it!