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Greenlighting Studio Construction

An exterior rending of the Mission Campus for East End Studios in the Los Angeles Arts District.

Greenlighting Studio Construction

The golden age of Hollywood may be behind us, but the demand for captivating content is higher than ever. A production boom is spreading across the west and a critical reality is now making itself known: There’s not enough specialized, physical studio space to keep up with it all.

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The golden age of Hollywood may be behind us, but the demand for captivating content is higher than ever. A production boom is spreading across the west and a critical reality is now making itself known: There’s not enough specialized, physical studio space to keep up with it all.

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Exterior rendering of St. Luke's Hospital.
Press Release: Layton Breaks Ground on St. Luke's Expansion in Boise
“As builders in Boise, we take great pride in contributing to the growth of our local healthcare,” said Jeremy Hobbs, Vice President of Layton Construction about this next phase that includes a new north tower and medical office plaza at the St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center.
An exterior rendering of Rambler Tempe with students walk in and out.
Breaking Ground: Layton Elevates Student Living at ASU with High-Rise Development
Layton Construction breaks ground on Rambler Tempe, helping to elevate student living at Arizona State University. This new high-rise, mixed-use development is expected to be complete by fall semester 2026.
A black and white photo of a Layton employee on a project site wearing full PPE.
Breaking Ground on Mental Health in Construction
Addressing mental health in our industry begins with breaking the stigma surrounding it. Sparked from a discussion led by a small group of Layton staff, we’ve learned that a little vulnerability can have a big impact and create a sense of safety and support for those who are struggling.
ASC Winners
Students Solve Layton ‘Problem’ at ASC Competition
Layton has participated in this ASC tradition for more than 20 years, and for the last 15 years we have sponsored a “problem” in the mixed-use category.
Front page of Desert News sharing how Layton Construction was founded and built from the ground up.
Principles in Play: Layton's Core Values, Then and Now
How does a national construction company maintain a relentless commitment to constructing with integrity? By following the principles our founder Alan W. Layton instilled in the company 70 years ago.
Eight of Layton's LCH Group in Wai Kai wearing full PPE on the jobsite.
Layton Hawaii: People. Passion. Purpose.
Layton takes pride in building the places where the diverse people of Hawaii live, work, play, and heal. Since opening our first office here, we’ve grown our staff to over 70 local employees who’ve completed over 100 projects throughout the islands.
Huntsman Cancer Institute Exterior
Layton Wins Big: 2023 Utah Construction & Design Awards
Three Layton projects claimed the title, "Most Outstanding Project" for 2023.
View of wooden and steel support beams at a Mass Timber construction site
Plant a Tree, Grow a Building: An Introduction to Mass Timber
The AEC industry is ever evolving. In the search for more sustainable solutions in construction, mass timber continues to take hold. As a central feature of a building's aesthetic—and perhaps of the owner's commitment to environmental stewardship—mass timber is notable and noticeable, and is actively challenging traditional building methods. Is it the next step in improving the built world?
Interior view of the town hall room inside Murray City Hall
Building in the Public Eye: 4 Keys to Municipal and County Construction
Working with governmental agencies to build new facilities requires a partner that is invested in the outcome. We sat down with Layton leadership in Arizona, California, and Utah to get insight on what it means to build for these clients, how to be a true public partner, and the lessons our teams have learned along the way.
Exterior rendering of St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center
A Master Plan, Masterfully Executed: St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center
As St. Luke’s explains on its website, “At its core is our commitment to create an environment in which we can provide the best possible care for patients and families—an environment geared toward safety, healing, and comfort, following the most proven, effective, and efficient practices in healthcare facility design.”
View of ribbon cutting ceremony at the Huntsman Cancer Institute
Layton Completes the Kathryn F. Kirk Center and Helps Open the $140M Space to the Public
Adding 220,000 SF and 48 new inpatient rooms, the new facility will allow patients access to more than 325 innovative clinical trials and four new state-of-the-art operating rooms will provide more sophisticated cancer surgeries.
View of teenagers playing cornhole at SLCC Builder's Day 2023
Builders’ Day: Layton Helps Lead Effort to Shape Future of AEC Industry
Did you know 25% of construction workers are older than 55? Or that 41% of the current workforce is expected to retire by 2031? Layton steps up to pique the interest of the next generation of builders.
Women standing in a circle
Layton Hawaii’s Women Join Habitat for Humanity’s 'Wahine Build' Initiative
“We had every single girl learn to use and then operate a power drill, many for the first time!” Layton joined the Wahine Build to introduce girls to construction in Hawaii.
Interior view of the Dunn-Edwards front desk
Flashback to the Future: Layton Completes 11th Project with Dunn-Edwards
With the completion of Dunn-Edwards' corporate headquarters in 2023, we're looking back on where it all started.
Cherelle Cortez giving speech on the TPEP
What is Layton’s Trade Partner Equity Program?
Layton’s success as a company depends heavily on the expertise and capabilities of our trade partners. Having a large and diverse group of subcontractors and suppliers is vital to our business and gives us a competitive advantage. Our Vice President of Supplier Diversity answers all our questions.
Interior view of a Cold Storage Facility
Future-Proofing Cold Storage
An interview with Kate Lyle, Ware Malcomb’s cold storage expert and 16-year architectural design professional.
Interior view of the Penske Warehouse
More than a Warehouse: Building Cold Storage
Considering the complexities of cold storage facilities, their construction demands a specialized approach and expertise. And with such a rapidly growing market, key players like Layton are primed and poised to step up.
AZRE Awards
Layton Wins Big: General Contractor of the Year in Arizona
Layton strives to go the extra mile to ensure everything we put our name on says “best in class.” We’re proud of the work we do, and we’re grateful to be recognized as leaders in our industry.
Exterior drone view of hospital under construction
Hurricane Ian Aftermath: Layton Steps Up for Florida Hospital
Hurricane Ian's devastation in September 2022 left a trail of destruction – homes and buildings shattered, communities blacked out, and hospital patients forced to relocate statewide. Yet, one Layton client, a seasoned storm-resilient hospital, anticipated the impact.
Exterior drone view of Project Mastadon
Building Smarter: When a Little Curiosity Led to a Decrease in Carbon
Layton is committed to being a wise steward of the environment by continually seeking ways to reduce our impact and build sustainable facilities.