Pan-Pacific is proud to be a part of the Los Angeles Football Club Training Facility at the campus of Cal State LA.

While players began training on the field in early April, months of construction went into the full-mechanical project. Project Managers Jason Alcott, Harshada Chandratre and Stephen O’Rourke all played a part in the management team, while Foremen Matt Kramer, Dave Burt and Jon Edmiston headed up the plumbing and mechanical teams.

Complete with gold-winged accents, floor to ceiling windows, and open floor plan, the 30,000 sq. foot LAFC training facility houses coaches and technical staff offices, medical facilities, player dining, and a weight room all under one roof.

Aesthetically, the 22,000 seat soccer venue housed many modern and state-of-the-art features while being partially built inside a repurposed shipping container. Exposed black ductwork decorated the ceiling creating a new element of craftsmanship for Pan-Pacific’s mechanical team. Sheet Metal Foreman, Matt Kramer, mentioned the height of the ductwork as an additional challenge for the team.

Set to take to the pitch for its 2018 inaugural season, LAFC and its 22,000-seat Banc of California Stadium will be the centerpiece of a $350 million complex that will also include a large community plaza, restaurants and retail on the southwest corner of Exposition Park. Concerts, festivals and other community events will also be hosted at the new venue.