Long Beach Civic Center
IBE Design Review & Cx
Long Beach, CA
April 2016 - Mid 2019 (est.)
$ 428.3 million
City Hall (270,000 GSF) Port of Long Beach Headquarters (240,000 GSF) Library (92,000 GSF)
Image Courtesy of
City of Long Beach
The beginning of a new era for Downtown Long Beach
The Long Beach Civic Center is a 15.8 acre redevelopment in the heart of historic downtown Long Beach. The redevelopment includes a new city hall, a new Port of Long Beach headquarters, a new main library, and new Lincoln Park. This project is structured as a Public Private Partnership to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain the new Long Beach Civic Center Campus. The campus will also include two underground parking structures, one of which is existing from the old library. The City Hall, Port Administration and library buildings will be listed with the USGBC as three separate LEED projects that will be commissioned to LEED v3.0 Fundamental and Enhanced Cx requirements, with the goal of attaining LEED Gold certification.
P2S Cx reviewed the design of the MEP systems, landscape irrigation system, building envelope, photovoltaic panels and batteries, and emergency power systems. Additionally, our Cx team is conducting and overseeing the commissioning process as the Independent Building Expert.