Explore Some of Our Accomplishments

Providing Engineering Services that are a hallmark of excellence

We ensure that projects are completed on time, within budgets and meet customer expectations. Being a customer centric organization, Our team has always been proactive as well as quick to adapt to evolving client needs and priorities, thereby ensuring, that customers always receive value in their engagements with NAB Consulting Engineers.

Commercial And Hi-Rise






Mixed Use





Commercial Offices & Hi-Rise Buildings

  • Washington Building (State of California), Los Angeles, CA
  • 6600 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
  • Army reserve Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • 3900 Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
  • Ayzenberg Group Offices, Pasadena, CA
  • Port of Long Beach Headquarter, Long Beach, CA
  • 3600
    Bedford, Beverly Hills, CA
  • Pasadena Corporate Park, Pasadena, CA
  • ABC Entertainment Center, 2020 Avenue of the Stars, Century City , CA
  • 9100 Wilshire, Beverly Hills, CA

Single Family House

  • 550 Mapleton Drive, Los Angeles, CA
  • 911 Tione and 865 Stradella (two sites), Los Angeles, CA
  • 620 Arkell Drive, Beverly Hills, CA
  • 39 Robert Lane, Beverly Hills, CA


  • B Grill by BOA Steakhouse at LAX, Los Angeles, CA
  • Ford’s Filling Station, Los Angeles
  • Farmers Market at LAX, Los Angeles, CA
  • Engine Co., Los Angeles, CA
  • Sammy Wood Fired Pizza, Los Angeles, CA
  • Bubba Gump at City walk, Los Angeles, CA
  • Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf (3 Sites), Los Angeles, CA


  • Manhattan Beach Studios – Manhattan Beach, CA
  • Landmark Theaters at Westside Pavilion Too – Los Angeles, CA
  • Rain Maker Post Production, Burbank, CA
  • Warner Brothers. Sound Stage 6, Burbank, Ca
  • Time Warner – Burbank, CA
  • Crystal Park Casino – Los Angeles, CA

Multifamily Residential, Hotels And Mixed Use

  • The Village at Santa Monica (sites A, B, C), Santa Monica , CA
  • 1437 5th Street Condominiums, Santa Monica, CA
  • Ramsgate Apartments (5 sites), Los Angeles, CA
  • 525 Colorado, High Rise Mixed Use Building, Santa Monica, CA
  • Southwestern University Law School Graduate Residence, Los Angeles, CA
  • Continental Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
  • Marriot Courtyard, Culver City, CA
  • Playa Vista Condominiums (multiple sites), Los Angeles CA
  • Westport at Mandalay Bay, Oxnard, CA
  • Little Tokyo I, Los Angeles, CA
  • Belmont Assisted Living, Encino, CA –
  • Belmont Assisted Living, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
  • Colorado Boulevard Apartments, Pasadena, CA


  • University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA
  • Pierce College Technology Center, Woodland Hills, CA
  • National University, Los Angeles, CA
  • Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, CA
  • Soka University, Mission Viejo, CA
  • California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
  • Village High School, Pacific Palisades,
    Coyote Canyon Elementary School, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
  • Ruth Musser Middle School, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
  • Desert Hot Springs High School, Palm Spring, CA

Hi-Tech And Lab

  • Conexant, Thousand Oaks, CA
  • Aerospace Corporation, Building A6D, El Segundo, CA
  • UCLA Engineering IV Lab Exhaust Upgrade, Los Angeles, CA
  • UCLA Dental School Research Lab, Los Angeles, CA
  • Homeland Security Criminal Lab, Long Beach California

Health Care, Hospital, Outpatient Surgery Clinic And Medical Office

  • Cedars-Sinai medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • UCLA Medical Center, West Los Angeles, CA
  • Kaiser Permanente, Panorama City, CA
  • Century City Hospital, Century City, CA
  • Torrance Outpatient Surgery Center, Torrance, CA
  • Westwood Outpatient Surgery Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • USC Keck Hospital, Los Angeles, CA
  • Children Hospital, Conversion of Existing Ward to Emergency Department, Los Angeles, CA
  • VA Hospital, West Los Angeles, CA
Featured Project

Coffee Bean &
Tea Leaf

CREDITS: Brandow & Johnston Inc (Structural), Laschober + Sovich (Food Service),
NAB Consulting Engineers (MEP) and
Steve King (Photography)

The free-standing pavilion in the arrivals concourse at Tom Bradley International Terminal is a new look for CBTL: solid oiled walnut, Carrara marble mosaic tile, brushed stainless steel and purple backpainted glass bring refined elegance to a robust brand. An abstract geometric pattern, reminiscent of Chinese window screens and paper prints, is incised on a solid walnut wall and continues as wood filigree to the trellis overhead. The overall effect can be read as a finely crafted Chinese jewel box or a travel trunk and subtly alludes to the often under-appreciated tea offerings of the brand.
* Some of the projects are Bruce Rohani's previous projects.
(Pictures, Courtesy of Davidovich and Associates)