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City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering Receives Five Responses to Request for Qualifications for the Los Angeles Street Civic Building Project
By Sentinel News Service
Published May 31, 2019

The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering (Engineering) has received five statements of qualifications (“SOQs”) in response to the Request for Qualification to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain the Los Angeles Street Civic Building Project through a public-private partnership agreement (“RFQ”) released by the City on April 1, 2019. The SOQs were due May 28, 2019 no later than 2:00pm Pacific Time. The 5 respondent teams include:


  1. Civic Park Developers

Equity Member:

Fengate Capital Management Ltd.


Lead Contractor:

Tutor Perini Corporation

Lead Designer:

Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK)

Lead O&M Provider:

SNC-Lavalin Project Services Inc.



  1. DTLA Civic Partners

Equity Members:

Meridiam DTLA Civic, LLC

Edgemoor Infrastructure and Real Estate LLC

Lead Contractor:

Clark Construction Group – California, LP

Lead Designer:

Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP

Lead O&M Provider:

ENGIE Services Inc.


  1. LAC 3 Partners

Equity Members:

Macquarie Financial Holdings Pty Limited

JLC Infrastructure Fund I L.P.

Lead Contractor:

Hensel Phelps Construction Co.

Lead Designer

Morphosis Architects

Lead O&M Provider

Honeywell International Inc.


  1. Plenary Collaborative Los Angeles

Equity Members:

Plenary Group USA Concessions Ltd.

Lead Contractor:

Webcor Construction L.P.

Lead Designer


Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Lead O&M Provider

Johnson Controls, Inc.


  1. TC LA Development, Inc.

Equity Members:

Barclays Capital Inc


TC Development Inc., c/o Trammel Crow Company LLC

Lead Contractor:

Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company

Lead Designer:

  1. Arthur Gensler, Jr. and Associates, Inc.

Lead O&M Provider:

Public Facilities Group

CBRE, Inc.

The City will be evaluating the SOQs as described in the RFQ and anticipates selecting a short list by Fall 2019.

The City anticipates a total building area of approximately 753,730 gross square feet providing office space for City of Los Angeles departments, a conference center, public displays showcasing the historical significance of the Parker Center, a childcare center, and street-level commercial tenant space. The City anticipates that the Project will also include outdoor open space and pedestrian connections between City Hall to the west and the Little Tokyo neighborhood to the east and south. The City also envisions

that the Project will include approximately 1,173 underground parking spaces. The new facility would be in the location of the old Parker Center, which is currently being demolished.

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