Architects MSP specializes in modernization. Projects range from small restroom upgrades, classroom renovations, to new constructions. Here are before and after photos from some of our modernization projects.
Architects MSP is gearing up for the proposed $4.2M modernization to convert the Math/Tutorial Center in Building D ground floor to a healthcare lecture and training facility that will house Biology/Anatomy Labs, Allied Health Occupation Lab, Radiological Technology Labs and Physiology. Renovations to the existing restroom facilities, upgrades to the south elevator and other miscellaneous upgrades will also be included.
MSP recently teamed up with The Whittier City School District in upgrading 11 of their school’s marquees. The old signs were removed and have been replaced with new digital marquees with energy efficient, multi-colored LED lights. The marquees can be controlled from the main office of each school, where they can input announcements and greetings at a simple press of…read more →
Designing a covered seating area with a public restroom seems like a simple enough task, but how about turning it into a Dragonfly? Architects MSP, in collaboration with Jon Cichetti Landscape Architects, recently finished a covered seating area and performing space with public restroom that resembles a gigantic dragonfly. The structure will serve as the focal point of the new…read more →
An efficient conference space is very vital to any office. Whether to hold big events, discuss important issues, collaborate on a project, meet-up with clients, do various presentations or just your typical staff meeting, the conference rooms is where most of it happens. That’s why when the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) approached MSP to renovate their existing…read more →
Just sharing a feature from Long Beach School’s newsletter. You can find the feature here. For those who want to skip clicking the link, here’s the article: Long Beach Architects Create Jobs, Design School Since Edgar Paz was a child growing up in Colombia, he has enjoyed solving puzzles, drawing and designing things. Today, he earns his living doing just…read more →
Transforming old asphalt into ‘green’ livable areas is one of the main strategies in the Small Learning Communities (SLC) projects for LAUSD. MSP has completed this type of projects at 7 high schools, and 9 more sites are in the design or bid phase. By breaking large high schools into smaller academies, and by providing identity and more personal spaces…read more →
MSP has two projects featured for Outstanding Design
Architects MSP was featured in Builder/Architect Magazine