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LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM ASSET NUMBER: 994 2006 INSPECTION FEBRUARY 15, 2007 REVISION FACILITY CONDITION ANALYSISUNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Facility Condition Analysis TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 1: GENERAL BUILDING INFORMATION A. Building Summary......................................................................................................................1.1.1 B. Inspection Team Data................................................................................................................1.2.1 C. Facility Condition Analysis - Definitions ....................................................................................1.3.1 1. Report Description ..............................................................................................................1.3.1 2. Project Classification...........................................................................................................1.3.2 3. Project Rating Type.............................................................................................................1.3.2 4. Priority Sequence by Class.................................................................................................1.3.2 5. Priority Class .......................................................................................................................1.3.3 6. City Index Material / Labor Cost / Cost Summaries and Totals.........................................1.3.3 7. Project Number ...................................................................................................................1.3.4 8. Photo Number.....................................................................................................................1.3.4 9. Life Cycle Cost Model Description and Definitions............................................................1.3.4 10. Category Code....................................................................................................................1.3.5 D. Category Code Report...............................................................................................................1.4.1 Section 2: DETAILED PROJECT SUMMARIES AND TOTALS A. Detailed Project Totals – Matrix with FCNI Data and Associated Charts ................................2.1.1 B. Detailed Projects by Priority Class / Priority Sequence............................................................2.2.1 C. Detailed Projects by Cost within range [ $0 - < $200,000 ] ......................................................2.3.1 D. Detailed Projects by Cost within range [ > $200,000 ]..............................................................2.3.3 E. Detailed Projects by Project Classification................................................................................2.4.1 F. Detailed Projects by Project Subclass - Energy Conservation.................................................2.5.1 G. Detailed Projects by Category / System Code..........................................................................2.6.1 Section 3: SPECIFIC PROJECT DETAILS ILLUSTRATING DESCRIPTION / COST ............................3.1.1 Section 4: DRAWINGS / PROJECT LOCATIONS Section 5: LIFE CYCLE MODEL SUMMARY AND PROJECTIONS A. Building Component Summary..................................................................................................5.1.1 B. Expenditure Projections.............................................................................................................5.2.1UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Facility Condition Analysis Section One 1.1.1 A. BUILDING SUMMARY The Los Angeles (LA) Memorial Coliseum, a National Historic Registered Landmark, was originally constructed in 1923, with multiple subsequent additions and renovations over the ensuing years, including upgrades for the Olympic Games in 1932 and 1984. A two-level press box structure was added in 1993, and the last major renovation was reportedly undertaken in 1994 and 1995. The athletic field level was lowered approximately 11 feet in 1994, with the perimeter track removed and new field level seating installed. The latest renovations in 1995 included major upgrades to public restrooms, concession areas, and locker rooms, as well as structural repairs due to seismic damage from the 1994 Northridge earthquake. The facility is uniquely designed in a bowl configuration. Approximately half of the seating areas are constructed against a grade embankment that extends to the field level approximately 30 to 40 feet below the surrounding grade levels. Subsequent to the original construction of the stadium, the field level was lowered from the original field level and the oval running track was eliminated. Modifications were made to the seating areas to increase capacity by extending the sideline seating and adding units closer to the edge of the football field sideline. The current overall seating capacity is generally reported to be in the range of 80,000 to a maximum capacity of approximately 92,000 in fixed seats. The total structured floor area of the main facility and the associated outbuilding structures comprise approximately 750,000 total gross square feet. Information for this report was gathered during an on-site review on December 4 and 5, 2006. SITE The LA Coliseum is located along the southern boundaries of the USC campus in the Exposition Park complex. The site area of the Coliseum is approximately 27 acres and is fully enclosed and secured by a perimeter fencing system. A large paved plaza is located at the eastern end of the structure. The pedestrian and service drives within the perimeter fence enclosure are asphalt pavement in generally good condition. The perimeter fence includes two primary vehicular access points and seven spectator portal entrance points with turnstiles. The adjacent site parking areas serving this facility are widely distributed around the Exposition Park and include parking structures beyond the limits of Exposition Park. At the request of the client, site features outside the limits of the immediate secured and fenced area around the base of the Coliseum structure are excluded from this report. Landscaped areas are generally limited to the inclined planter beds that extend around the full perimeter of the stadium structure. The planters extend from a low concrete parapet wall approximately 18 feet from the base wall of the stadium to a point


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