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Lake Elsinore Civic Center

Open, national, 3-stage, RfQ

Lake Elsinore, CA

30 May 2007 - RfQ Submission Deadline

28 Jun 2007 - Stage 1 Submission Deadline


City of Lake Elsinore


Open, national, 3-stage, RfQ


Lake Elsinore, CA




01 May 2007 - Brief Released

30 May 2007 - RfQ Submission Deadline

05 Jun 2007 - Stage 1 Finalists Announced

09 and 16 Jun 2007 - Optional Briefing/Site Visit

11 Jun 2007 - Stage 1 Inquiries Deadline

28 Jun 2007 - Stage 1 Submission Deadline

30 Jun 2007 - Stage 1 Submissions Public Exhibit, City Hall

14 Jul 2007 - Stage 1 Jury Deliberations

16 Jul 2007 - Stage 2 Finalists Announced

Jul-Aug 2007 - Stage 2 Meetings

06 Aug 2007 - Stage 2 Inquiries Deadline

27 Aug 2007 - Stage 2 Submission Deadline

28 Aug 2007 - Stage 2 Public Presentation

29-31 Aug 2007 - Stage 2 Submissions Public Exhibit, City Hall

01-02 Sep 2007 - Stage 2 Jury Deliberations

04 Sep 2007 - Winner Announced


The RfQ (Expression of Interest) will enable the client to establish a shortlist of firms which have experience in the design and construction of medium to large projects. The shortlisted firms can compete in the second, anonymous stage (It is anticipated that 50-100 firms will be shortlisted for the 2nd stage). Three firms will be chosen as finalists for the final stage and public presentation.


William Fain, FAIA, Principal, Johnson Fain, Los Angeles, CA; James Mary O’Connor, AIA, Principal, Moore Ruble Yudell, Santa Monica, CA; Ming Fung, AIA, Principal, Hodgetts + Fung, Culver City, CA; Teddy Cruz (alternate), Estudio Teddy Cruz, San Diego, CA; An Engineer; Thomas Buckley, Chair of the Redevelopment Agency/Council member; Councilmember (TBA); Community representative (to be decided via an application process)


3 Finalists - $20,000 each after submitting entries which comply with the design guidelines. The stage 3 winner will receive an additional $10,000 award.




The City has designated two possible sites for the Civic Center. The competitors will only be asked to present a detailed scheme for one of the sites, at the same time indicating how the other site would be developed with a simple site plan.

Although this competition is solely concerned with the design of the Civic Center, how it relates to other proposed buildings to be constructed on the site are a crucial factor in determining a winner. The later addition of a library and post office should be considered as part and parcel of the site. The City has not excluded any particular architectural language in its choice of a winning design. Special attention will be given to sustainability and energy conservation. The location of suitable parking will also be on the agenda.

Submission requirements for 2nd stage: 2 boards

Submission requirements for 3rd stage: 4 boards + model

Budget: $80M gross; $47M for building


Bill Liskamm, Competition Advisor

Steve McCarty, Competition Coordinator

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