How does a City relocate over seventy employees without disruption?

LCDG successfully managed and coordinated staff relocation from the City of Burbank’s Administrative Services Building to three nearby spaces. LCDG inventoried existing furniture, equipment and storage needs, rented temporary furniture, and coordinated the move over two weekends.

Monday morning, city staff was back in business. The city was in temporary offices for ten months while their fifty year-old building was seismically strengthened and renovated. LCDG, in coordination with Brandow & Johnston Inc., structural engineers, have completed six phases and 19 projects for the Burbank's seismic strengthening program. 

Lourdes Bloom, LCDG project architect, has led all six phases of work. For Burbank, Dean Pearson acted as the city’s project manager, and Sherry Richardson was the city’s move coordinator for staff relocations.

Since 1986, LCDG has served the City as architect, planner and interior designer on countless projects.  




  • Renovation
  • Size: 23,750 SF
  • Owner: City of Burbank, CA



'They don't miss a thing'

"Lourdes Bloom is amazing. She is on top of the construction process, good at overseeing the team, detail-orientated, and doesn't miss a thing."— D. Pearson

'They understand I have a schedule'

"The team at La Cañada Design Group understands schedules and is aggressive in getting the job done." — D. Pearson