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Johnson Favaro Completes New Continuing and Professional Studies Administration Headquarters for UCLA by Johnson Favaro

The UCLA Continuing and Professional Studies (CPS) Administration Headquarters have moved into their home as construction concluded on the renovated interior workspaces designed by Los Angeles based architecture firm Johnson Favaro. The new facility occupies two floors within an office tower on Wilshire Boulevard.

The tower interior will be the new home of UCLA CPS for the next decade as their permanent home is planned and built nearby in Westwood Village. The Continuing Professional Studies program – formerly known as University Extension or “UNEX” – employs over 450 administrative faculty and staff in its headquarters. Since the 1960s, the administrative headquarters had occupied an eight-story tower adjacent to the UCLA campus in Westwood, CA.

With the completion of this new facility, 300 staff have moved into two floors in one of the office towers on Wilshire Boulevard and 150 others have moved to the second floor of Gayley Center, a commercial building in the heart of the Village.

 

The two interiors will be the new home of UCLA CPS for the next decade as their permanent home is planned and built nearby in Westwood Village. The Continuing Professional Studies program – formerly known as University Extension or “UNEX” – employs over 450 administrative faculty and staff in its headquarters. Since the 1960s, the administrative headquarters has occupied an eight-story tower adjacent to the UCLA campus in Westwood, CA. With the completion of their new facilities, 300 staff members will move into two floors in one of the office towers on Wilshire Boulevard and 150 others will move to the second floor of Gayley Center, a commercial building in the heart of the Village.

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