The team at W.E. O’Neil Construction were honored for their work creating Tongva Park in Santa Monica. Photo by Westside People
The creators of Tongva Park in Santa Monica were honored this week at the annual Los Angeles Business Council Architectural Awards in Beverly Hills.
Contractors W.E. O’Neil Construction and representatives from the City of Santa Monica were in attendance to accept the award.
More than 500 design and building professionals attended the event at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, which was moderated by Sam Lubell, West Coast Editor of The Architect’s Newspaper.
Other noteworthy honorees included the Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles for its adaptive reuse of the historic Spanish Gothic-style United Artists building, in the “Hospitality” category; the newly renovated Forum in Inglewood, in the “Preservation” category; the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, in the “Civic” category.
“This year’s winners demonstrate that Los Angeles continues to attract innovative design and building professionals who foster economic development, community growth and clean technology,” said Mary Leslie, President of the Los Angeles Business Council. “These designs are changing the landscape of our city for the better, and we’re proud to honor these excellent, world-class projects.”