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PARAMOUNT, CALIF. — McCarthy Building Companies Inc. has completed a 6,000-seat stadium at Paramount High School in Paramount. As the first phase of a $70 million campus renovation, the stadium features a Field Turf synthetic field for football and soccer; a nine-lane, all-weather urethane track; a lighted scoreboard; equipment for track and field activities, including the high jump and pole vault; and a fully equipped press box with an elevator. McCarthy is currently constructing a baseball complex, which is also part of the first phase of development. The complex will feature a collegiate-level field with 350-foot left and right field lines, a 385-foot center field fence, a vinyl-coated backstop, fully sub-drained natural turf, concrete dugouts, multiple batting cages and enclosed bullpens. When fully completed in 2010, the renovation project will include a stadium field house, expansion to the existing gymnasium, a new mini gymnasium, a new library, upgrades to the existing auditorium and classrooms, and a new science building. LPA Inc. is providing architectural services for the projects. The projects are being funded through Measure AA, a $100 million bond that was approved in November 2006 by Los Angeles County voters.

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