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Thousand Oaks, CA — The final steel beam was put into place at the top of Cal Lutheran Swenson Science Center. A topping out event was held right next to the newly erected steel building. Representatives from Cal Lutheran, W.E. O’Neil Construction, Rasmussen & Associates, Jensen Design & Survey, Inc., and ConxTech all took turns to sign the beam and watched as the crane carefully set the beam 52’6” above grade.
Set to debut in Spring 2020, the state-of-the-art 50,000 SF Science Building will house multiple research and biochemical laboratories, conference rooms, study areas, and faculty office space. It will be the focal point of the University.
“I would like to thank everybody, including our contractors, the Cal Lutheran team, all their consultants, and everyone that helped us to get to this point. Many months of work went into getting it to this milestone. A lot of January, February, and part of the March were in wet slogging conditions. Thank you for working through it,” Superintendent Steve Johnson said.