performs masonry related work.
Services Performed:
  • Caulk Ext Brick to Brick, Brick to Cast Stone and Cast Stone to Cast Stone
  • Clean Ext Brick and Cast Stone Surfaces
  • Seal Ext Cast Stone Surfaces
Building Address: 425 Westwood Plaza
City: Los Angeles
Date Serviced: Mar-15
Products Used:
  • Dow 795 Silicone Sealant
  • Sika 2CSL Sealant
  • Prosoco Sure Klean 600 Detergent
  • Prosoco Siloxane WB

Every element of the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center and its adjoining hotel in Los Angeles was designed to honor the intrinsic link between innovation and rejuvenation. A LEED Platinum-certified property enhanced by leading edge resources, the UCLA Luskin Conference Center’s bright and relaxing environment encourages open engagement. Here, leading academic minds, medical innovators, researchers, political leaders and social visionaries meet to exchange ideas that will move our world forward.

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