Wallace On Sunset

The Wallace On Sunset (formerly Essex Hollywood) mixed-use project features a seven-story, 200-unit apartment building above two levels of subterranean parking. Additionally, the project includes nearly 6,000 SF of recreation/amenity space which includes a courtyard, pool, spa, and fitness center. This project sits adjacent to the historical Earl Carroll theatre, recently covered by KTLA News. […]

Angelus Temple Sanctuary


The renovation of this sanctuary included seismic retrofit and architectural restoration. McCormick Construction managed the upgrade of the acoustical and audio/visual systems as well as the redesign of the stage. This building is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center


This concrete and steel structure was built in 18 months on a fast-track program and features two levels of the museum and support facilities. There are five galleries, an auditorium, a library, book stores, and a grand courtyard. Included in the construction project was the remodel and retrofit of the first 6 levels of the […]

The Barker Brothers Building


The seismic retrofit of an 11-story, 330,000 square-foot, brick and terra cotta building, supported by a concrete and steel superstructure. Structural modifications required extensive use of full height shotcrete shear walls on two elevations of the building. The project renovation included asbestos abatement and reconstruction of 80% of the exterior façade. McCormick also completed a […]

Foursquare Heritage Center


The renovation of the original 1920’s home of Aimee Semple McPherson, the founder of the Foursquare Church, included the structural seismic retrofit as well as the restoration of all interior finishes. The electrical fixtures were installed to match the 1920’s fixtures and track lighting was installed to highlight the millwork display cases, video equipment, draperies, […]