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Reid Park Zoo Animal Health Center

We teamed with the City of Tucson, The Reid Park Zoological Society, and Swaim Associates to build this state-of-the-art treatment facility at Reid Park Zoo in Tucson, AZ. This one-of-a-kind facility was built not only with a complete focus on Read more …

Oro Valley Aquatic Center, Town of Oro Valley

The existing deck on the 50-meter pool was raised by two feet to provide additional pool depth required to hold sanctioned national swim meets. A competition gutter, sports lighting, a scoreboard, one- and three-meter diving boards, a new heater, pumps and filter Read more …

Quincie Douglas Pool, City of Tucson

Lloyd partnered with the City of Tucson and the Architect to build an outdoor swimming pool facility at the existing Quincie Douglas Neighborhood Center. The 300,000 gallon pool features 25-yard long by 8’ wide lap lanes, as well as a free play Read more …

MLK Apartments

Lloyd Construction partnered with the City of Tucson to construct this green, urban revitalization project for the City of Tucson. It includes a six-story tower with 68 housing units for the elderly and disabled, grade-level commercial space and courtyard, plus Read more …

West Side Police Station, City of Tucson

This new 77,000 SF facility located on Miracle Mile was a complete renovation of the existing building. The new building accommodates the relocation of the former Rillito Police Substation and a portion of the Field Support Division. As part of this project, Read more …

TCC Central Plant Upgrades, City of Tucson

The central plant provides heated water and chilled water to the TCC, and surrounding City owned properties. Phase 1 involved installation of pre-purchased cooling towers and condenser water side repairs/replacements of aging equipment. Phase 2 involved replacement the boilers and the heating/hot water Read more …

Historic Depot Plaza, City of Tucson

Lloyd Construction completed a major historic renovation of the train depot in Downtown Tucson and brought it back to life as the new Historic Depot. The City of Tucson acquired the depot in 1998 with the intent of using this historically significant Read more …