Lourdes Bloom, Architect
Lourdes Bloom has over 25 years’ experience in master planning and architecture. At LCDG, she has completed a broad range of projects: master planning and entitlements, and architectural design for municipalities, education, corporations and non-profit clients.
Working closely with structural engineers Brandow & Johnston, project architect Lourdes Bloom has led a multi-year seismic strengthening program for nineteen City of Burbank buildings. Phase 6, with four buildings was recently completed. Building types include administration, libraries, recreation centers, fire stations, police and maintenance buildings. In addition to seismic work, interiors are often renovated. Accessibility upgrades, replacement of finishes and lighting, and HVAC upgrades are usually part of the work.
She recently prepared the relocation plan to move Burbank employees to temporary space for the Administrative Services Building while the permanent building was under repair. Services included programming, space planning, furniture selection, and move coordination – furniture, data, telephone, files.
Lourdes' diverse project experience includes:
- Occidental College Berkus Hall Modifications, Los Angeles
- LAUSD Corona Elementary School HVAC Replacement, Los Angeles
- City of Burbank
- Seismic Upgrades and Interior Renovations to nineteen buildings, six phases
- Administrative Building Relocation
- Fire Station 16 Renovation
- L.A. Mission - Rehabilitation of Third Street multi-family housing
- Foothill Transit - Maintenance/Administration Renovation
- Long Beach Transit - Maintenance Administration Renovation
- Renovation Miller Coors Brewing - Multiple interior modifications and additions
- University of Southern California, Bachelor of Architecture
- Architect in California, C-24866
- Association of Women in Architecture, 29-year Professional Member, 3-year Board Memberr
- West Pasadena Residents Association