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					Statement of Quali cations & Proposal
to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for

OXNARD UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Academy and Performing
Arts Center
July 8, 2011
Pictured on the cover:
Bellarmine College Preparatory,

Sobrato Center for Humanities
& the Arts
San José, California

The Sobrato Center for Humanities ant the Arts        In addition to the theater, the building will
at Bellarmine College Preparatory School forms        house several General Education and Fine Art
the cultural heart of the existing campus quad        Classrooms, a Music Practice Room, a Ceramics
for this prestigious private school. The facility     Lab and kiln, and a Digital Technology Lab. The
is organized around a 440-seat theater that is        concentration of these spaces into a single build-
outfitted with a large workshop and ‘Black Box’       ing also makes it more economical to incorporate
theater. Sloped seating, a traditional orchestra      state-of-the-art technology into each discipline.
pit, and robust infrastructure allow the theater to
                                                      The building has been designed for LEED ® Silver
accommodate a wide range of performances.
                                                      certification.
Table of Contents

STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS
     Section A     Cover Letter                                PAGE   1
     Section B     Description of Firm                         PAGE   3
     Section C     Background of Architect’s Personnel         PAGE   5
     Section D     Consultants & Engineers                     PAGE   11
     Section E     School Facilities Experience                PAGE   19
     Section F     Experience with Green Technology            PAGE   41
     Section G     Litigation History                          PAGE   43
     Section H     Criminal Prosecution History                PAGE   45
     Section I     Insurance Claims History                    PAGE   47
     Section J     References                                  PAGE   49
     Section K     Experience with State Regulatory Agencies   PAGE   55
     Section L     Knowledge of State Funding                  PAGE   57
     Section M     Project Plan & Methodology                  PAGE   59
     Section N     Joint Ventures/Associations                 PAGE   63
     Section O     Other                                       PAGE   65
PROPOSAL
     Section A     Fees                                        PAGE   1
     Section B     Workload                                    PAGE   7
     Section C     Design Considerations                       PAGE   9
     Section D     Other                                       PAGE   13
     Section E     Proposed Contract Revision                  PAGE   15

ATTAChMENTS
     Non-Collusion Affidavit
     Addendum Certifications
     Insurance Certification
July 8, 2011                                                                                            523 West 6th Street, Suite 245
                                                                                                        Los Angeles, California 90014
                                                                                                        www.steinbergarchitects.com
Deanna Rantz
Director of Purchasing
Oxnard Union High School District Office
309 South K Street
Oxnard, CA 93030

Re:      Academy and Performing Arts Center
         Project #9 (10-11)

Dear Ms. Rantz:

We are pleased to submit our response to the Request for Qualifications for the new Academy
and Performing Arts Center for the Oxnard Union High School District. The enclosed
information is a truthful and accurate representation of Steinberg Architects and our proposed
team of consultants.

A new Academy and Performing Arts Center on un-built land is an exciting opportunity for the
District, the Community and the Design Team. Our understanding is that the exact nature of
the facilities to be constructed is still open for exploration, and exploring what is possible and
helping you set the right direction is where we excel.

For this project to be a success, a master plan for the site needs to be developed with the District
that identifies facilities and site improvements that support its educational mission and goals.
Project priorities can be established in conjunction with available funding with the assurance
that the District is not preventing future development opportunities. State of the art facilities can
then be designed that create the educational environment desired by the community.

Steinberg Architects is a highly qualified planning and design firm with specific expertise in
educational facilities. Our master planning and programming abilities allow us to help you
clearly define the long range goals and objectives for the school. Our knowledge of OPSC
procedures will ensure that it is right-sized and fundable. We have designed at least one of every
kind of building found on a school campus with a specialization in performing arts centers,
science and technology facilities and smart classrooms. So no matter what the final function of
the facilities are we are confident we can provide an excellent design.

We look forward to developing a relationship with the District and bringing our extensive
planning and facility design experience to building a meaningful project at the Bell Ranch
Property.

Sincerely,



David Hart, AIA
Executive Vice President  


                                                                                                             415.683.2000   San Francisco
                                                                                                             408.295.5446   San José
                                                                                                             213.629.0500   Los Angeles
                                                                                                         +86.21.3368.6860   Shanghai
                                                                                                                                                            Section B | Description of Firm   3




B. Description of Firm

Firm Profile
Founded in 1953, Steinberg Architects is an award-winning architectural practice that is
recognized as a leader in the planning, programming, and design of education facilities. Over
the past 58 years, the firm has grown from a small architectural practice specializing in custom
residential design for Silicon Valley leaders into an international firm with a broad portfolio
in master planning and design of academic, civic, commercial, and residential facilities and
employs more than 100 employees. While our diversity as an architectural practice allows
our group the ability to experience a wide range of project types and design opportunities, we
specialize in the delivery of educational facilities for primary, secondary, and post-secondary
clients large and small.
As part of our general business philosophy, we have always managed our business in a fiscally                                        FIRM
                                                                                                                                     523 West 6th Street, Ste. 245
responsible and prudent manner. We do not have any pending litigation, bankruptcy, planned                                           Los Angeles, CA 90014
office closures or mergers that affect our ability to perform. Steinberg Architects will be glad to                                  Phone: 213-629-0500
provide financial statements, bank references and evidence of insurance upon request.                                                Fax: 213-629-0501
                                                                                                                                     www.SteinbergArchitects.com

Approach                                                                                                                             Legal Form | Privately Held S Corporation
                                                                                                                                     Years of Experience | 58 Years
In all of our education projects, Steinberg Architects utilizes a team approach to build
consensus among appropriate parties and provide solutions that address common goals. Ours
is an interactive, collaborative process that mines the respective expertise and opinions of                                         FOUR LOCATIONS & STAFF
project stakeholders in order to address project needs. The time-proven results of our work
                                                                                                                                     Los Angeles, California
have been evidenced in state-of-the-art facilities that address not only immediate requirements,
                                                                                                                                     San Francisco, California
but also anticipated needs over the next 20–30 years.
                                                                                                                                     San Jose, California
Successful educational facilities share many long-term opportunities in common: adaptability                                         Shanghai, P. R. China
to changing technologies, innovative infrastructure, and flexible, collaborative environments
for teaching and learning. We leverage our 58 years of company experience to develop a project                                       Total Employees = 100+
methodology that is appropriate to our clients’ particular needs and reflects their strategic goals
and vision. This expertise has been developed over many years of working with diverse project
                                                                                                                                     LIST OF SERvICES
teams including educators, facilities personnel, staff, and users.
                                                                                                                                     Architecture
                                                                                                                                     Master Planning

Relationships & Commitment                                                                                                           Feasibility Studies
                                                                                                                                     LEED® Certification Process
Throughout our history, Steinberg Architects on-going client relationships have been the most                                        Programming
important aspect of our success. Our reputation as a caring, committed architectural firm is                                         Space Planning
built upon a genuine concern for the success of their projects.                                                                      Interior Design
                                                                                                                                     FF&E
Many of our relationships with education clients are long standing, on-going collaborations. As
                                                                                                                                     Building Information Modeling
an example, our firm has worked with Bellarmine College Preparatory campus leadership for
the past 25 years, completing all major and minor projects, including a new science classroom
and lab building, athletic fields, aquatic center, chapel, and renovations of many spaces                                            LICENSE
including administration, residences, student center, counseling, and classrooms. Specialized                                        David Hart, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB - CA# 26391
needs for maintenance facilities, bookstore, and the wrestling room have also been a part of the                                     Firm Role | Executive Vice President
scope over the years.                                                                                                                Project Role | Principal-in-Charge

Our commitment to your customer satisfaction is reflected in the depth of our talented
resources, including not only our own staff but our consultant team. We have developed strong
relationships with many consultants, contractors, and inspectors that have the necessary
expertise in education facility trends, design, and construction.

                             Statement of Qualifications to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                                                  Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
                                                                                                                              Section C | Background of Architect's Personnel   5




C. Background of Architect’s Personnel




                                                                    PRINCIPAL IN CHARGE

                                                                     David Hart
                                                                    AIA, LEED® AP, NCARB




                                                                     PROJECT ARCHITECT

                                                                   Juan Minaya
                                                                         AIA, LEED® AP




              INTERIOR DESIGN                                        PROJECT ARCHITECT                                  CONSTRUCTION ADMIN. &. QA/QC

          Heather Melish                                      Howard Dobbins                                               Juan J. Santana
                AIA, LEED® AP                                            AIA, LEED® AP




                                                                       CONSULTANTS


        CIVIL ENGINEER                                            STRUCTURAL ENGINEER                                                       MEP ENGINEER
      Penfield/Smith                                             Englekirk & Sabol                                                                Glumac


   ACOUSTICS & AV CONSULTANT                                   THEATERICAL CONSULTANT                                                     COST ESTIMATING
   McKay Conant Hoover                                             Landry & Bogan                                                Cummings Corporation




                   Statement of Qualifications to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                                        Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11))
6    Section C | Background of Architect's Personnel




                                                                  David Hart, AIA, LEED                                ®
                                                                                                                           AP, NCARB
                                                                  Project Responsibility: Principal-in-Charge
                                                                  As the Director of Education for Steinberg Architects, David Hart has led the planning,
                                                                  programming, design, and construction for a wide variety of educational projects in California
                                                                  and abroad. David is an expert in future educational trends, and in the past twenty years has
                                                                  gained expertise in the design of classrooms, learning environments, and community use
                                                                  buildings. As a frequent lecturer on campus design and community college issues he has given
                                                                  presentations at conventions and symposiums for the American Association of Community
                                                                  Colleges and the Society of College and University Planning and Community College Business
                                                                  Officers, among others. David has also been recognized for design excellence, receiving
    Years in Practice | 20                                        multiple awards for his work on the University of Otago Information Services Building, Grand
                                                                  Central Arts Center, and Griffith Observatory. As a seasoned architect and planner, David will
    Education | Bachelor of Architecture, Cum Laude,
    Texas Tech University                                         ensure that the strategic and institutional goals are realized in the final design.
    Registration | Registered Architect, CA, NM
                                                                  Relevant Experience
    Certification | LEED® Accredited Professional,                LAUSD vista Middle School | Los Angeles, California                   California State University, Fullerton Grand Central
    NCARB Certificate No. 69403                                                                                                         Arts & Graduate Fine Arts Center | Fullerton,
                                                                  LAUSD Teacher Preparatory Academy at Los
    Professional Affiliations | American Institute of             Angeles harbor College | Wilmington, California                       California
    Architects | American Association of Community                LAUSD Fremont Primary Center | Los Angeles,                           University of Otago Information Services Building
    Colleges | Society of College & University Planning           California                                                            | Dunedin, New Zealand
    | Community College Facility Coalition | National                                                                                   vanguard University Townsend Academic & Science
                                                                  helms Middle School | San Pablo, California
    Trust for Historic Preservation | Los Angeles                                                                                       Center | Costa Mesa, California
    Conservancy | California Library Association |                Colton Unified School District, District Building |
                                                                  Colton, California                                                    California State University Long Beach, Campus
    California Academic and Research Librarians
                                                                                                                                        Consulting Architect | Long Beach, California
    (CARL) | U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) | USC            Los Angeles Pierce College, Theater Renovation |
    Architectural Guild | Westside Urban Forum                    Woodland Hills, California                                            City University of hong Kong Campus Master Plan |
                                                                                                                                        Hong Kong, China
                                                                  Crafton hills College Learning Resource Center |
                                                                  Yucaipa, California                                                   University of Utah, Marriott Library | Salt Lake City,
    Notable Projects                                                                                                                    Utah
                                                                  Crafton hills College Site Improvements/
                                                                  Infrastructure | Yucaipa, California                                  Stanford University Jackson Library Renovation
                                                                                                                                        |Stanford, California
                                                                  Allan hancock College One-Stop Student Services
                                                                  Center | Santa Maria, California                                      University of the Pacific University Center |
                                                                                                                                        Stockton, California
                                                                  Riverside Community College A.G. Paul Quadrangle
                                                                  | Riverside, California                                               Griffith Observatory Modernization | Los Angeles,
                                                                                                                                        California
                                                                  Riverside Community College Physical Education
                                                                  Complex Phase I | Riverside, California                               Denver Museum of Nature & Science Space
                                                                                                                                        Odyssey Exhibit | Denver, Colorado
                                                                  Pierce College Athletic Complex Master Plan &
                                                                  Renovation | Woodland Hills, California                               Massey University Albany Campus & Library Master
                                                                                                                                        Plan | Albany, New Zealand
                                                                  Los Angeles harbor College Northeast Academic
                                                                  hall | Wilmington, California                                         Santa Clara University Masterplanning,
                                                                                                                                        Programming, & Concept Design for new Library |
                                                                  Los Angeles harbor College Student Services and
                                                                                                                                        Santa Clara, California
                                                                  Administration Building | Wilmington, California
                                                                                                                                        Santa Clara Northside Library Schematic Design |
    Los Angeles Pierce College, Theater Renovation                Los Angeles City College Martin Luther King Jr.
                                                                                                                                        Santa Clara, California
                                                                  Library | Los Angeles, California
                                                                                                                                        San Jose Civic Center | San Jose, California
                                                                  Los Angeles City College health, Fitness & Physical
                                                                  Education Complex | Los Angeles, California                           Oklahoma history Center | Oklahoma City,
                                                                                                                                        Oklahoma
                                                                  Los Angeles valley College Student Services Center
                                                                  | Valley Glen, California                                             Seattle King Street Station | Seattle, Washington
                                                                  West Los Angeles College Communications,
                                                                  Entertainment, & Media Arts Center Program |
                                                                  Culver City, California
                                                                  West valley College Fox Technology Center|
                                                                  Saratoga, California
                                                                  West valley College Aquatic Center| Saratoga,
                                                                  California
                                                                  College of the Desert Active Learning Center |
                                                                  Palm Desert, California
                                                                  San Joaquin Delta College Gateway Building &
    LAUSD vista Middle School                                     Student Services Center | Stockton, California




                                       Statement of Qualifications to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                       Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
                                                                                                                                          Section C | Background of Architect's Personnel   7




Juan Minaya, AIA, LEED                           ®
                                                     AP
Project Responsibility: Project Architect
Juan Minaya is a Senior Associate Project Architect who brings solid experience and skill
gained from 25 years of experience in the design and construction administration of large
and technically complex public use projects. Juan has served as the Project Architect and
Project manager for several performing arts and health/medical projects throughout his
career, including the Auditorium and Fine Arts Facility project on the Fullerton campus and
the Northwestern Healthcare Life Sciences Pavilion. His experience means he has the specific
expertise required for these types of projects from the ground-up. His informed understanding
of the variety of spaces and each of their technical requirements provides this team with a head
start in understanding the project type.                                                                                               Years in Practice | 25
Juan will work closely with the design team guiding them through each technical aspect                                                 Education
throughout each phase of renovation. He has worked on all phases of a project, from feasibility                                        Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of
studies and coordination of schematic design through design development, preparation of                                                Southern California, Los Angeles
construction documents, and construction administration.                                                                               Registration |Registered Architect, California
                                                                                                                                       Certification | LEED® Accredited Professional
                                                                                                                                       Professional Affiliations
Relevant Experience                                                                                                                    American Institute of Architects
Griffith Observatory historic renovation and                Northwestern University, Arthur and Gladys                                 Notable Projects
addition to planetarium | Los Angeles, California           Pancoe-Evanston Northwestern healthcare Life
RiverCenter for Performing Arts 2,000-seat theater,         Sciences Pavilion | Evanston Illinois
450-seat recital hall, 150-seat experimental theater        Northwestern University, Proteomics and
| Columbus, Georgia                                         Nanobiotechnology Building | Evanston Illinois
Notre Dame University Center for Performing Arts,           Northwestern University, Chemistry of Lide
900-seat recital hall, 300-seat proscenium theater          Processes Institute | Evanston Illinois
| South Bend, Indiana                                       University of Arizona, Chemical Sciences Building |
California State University Fullerton, Auditorium &         Tucson, Arizona
Fine Arts Facility | Fullerton, California                  University of Arizona, Thomas W. Keating
San Diego Civic Theater 2,500 seat theater renova-          Bioresearch Building | Tucson, Arizona
tion and addition | San Diego, California                   University of Arizona, Medical Research Building |
Allan hancock College, Fine Arts Complex &                  Tucson, Arizona
Theater Arts Complex| | Santa Maria, California             University of California Riverside Biological
Pierce College, Performing Arts Building                    Sciences Building | Riverside, California
Renovation and ADA Upgrades | Woodland Hills,               California State University, Northridge 100,000 s.f.                       River Center for the Performing Arts
California                                                  Administration Building | Northridge, California
Calvary Church of Pacific Palisades 790-seat                Soka University of America Gymnasium | Aliso
sanctuary & classrooms | Pacific Palisades,                 Viejo, California
California
                                                            Celeste Scott Christian School Designed three
West Angeles Cathedral 5,000-seat sanctuary with            middle school classroom buildings on existing
support spaces | Los Angeles, California                    campus | Los Angeles, California
West Adams Foursquare Church 1,200-seat sanctu-             Rita Court 6-story, 128-unit condominium complex
ary with support spaces | Los Angeles, California           (2 and 3 bedrooms) | Huntington Park, California
University of California Los Angeles South Tower            University Park Plaza 5-story, 133-unit apartment
Seismic Renovation | Los Angeles, California                complex (2 and 3 bedrooms) | Los Angeles,
BJC healthcare Missouri Baptist Medical Center              California
Addition and Renovation | St. Louis, Missouri




                                                                                                                                       Northwestern University, Arthur and Gladys Pancoe-
                                                                                                                                       Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Life Sciences
                                                                                                                                       Pavilion




                               Statement of Qualifications to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                                                    Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11))
8    Section C | Background of Architect's Personnel




                                                                    Howard Dobbins, AIA
                                                                    Project Responsibility: Project Architect
                                                                    A Senior Project Architect, Howard Dobbins has almost 30 years of experiences in the design
                                                                    and construction administration of large projects. For the last 12 years Howard has focused
                                                                    exclusively on the construction of education projects. He has demonstrated his design and
                                                                    planning skills on numerous complex projects K-12 projects including the new Performing
                                                                    Arts Center at the Lawndale Highschool and the Adolfo Camarillo High School for the Oxnard
                                                                    Unified School District.
                                                                    Howard has been involved in all aspects of the development of educational, medical, residen-
                                                                    tial, and public buildings, including conceptual and schematic design, design development, site
    Years in Practice | 29                                          planning, value engineering, and construction documents. Through this experience he has
    Education                                                       developed a skill for balancing the needs and desires of the client with the limitations of scope
    Bachelor of Science, Architecture, California State             and budget to produce a high-quality and effective design. Howard combines information
    Polytechnic University, Pomona                                  gathered during a detailed investigation of the site with a comprehensive understanding of the
    Registration |Registered Architect, California                  client’s goals and program to formulate a creative approach to complex projects.
    Professional Affiliations
    American Institute of Architects                                Relevant Experience
                                                                    Oxnard Unified School District, Adolfo Camarillo                      Centinela valley Union high School District, New
    Notable Projects                                                high School, Modernization | Oxnard, California                       Educational Service Center | Centinela, California
                                                                    Centinela valley Union high School District                           Centinela valley Union high School District,
                                                                    Lawndale high School, New Performing Arts Center                      hawthorne high School, New Cafeteria | Centinela,
                                                                    | Centinela, California                                               California
                                                                    Mark Taper Forum Renovation | Los Angeles,                            Centinela valley Union high School District,
                                                                    California                                                            Lawndale high School, Athletics Facilities and
                                                                    Naski Auditorium, Renovation, CSU Northridge |                        Fields Modernization | Centinela, California
                                                                    Northridge, California                                                Centinela valley Union high School District,
                                                                    LAUSD, valley Regional Elementary School # 12 |                       awndale high School, New Gymnasium | Centinela,
                                                                    Los Angeles, California                                               California
                                                                    LAUSD, Charles Kim Elementary School | Los                            Centinela valley Union high School District
    LAUSD, Valley Region Elementary School #12                      Angeles, California                                                   Leuzinger high School, New Showers & Locker
                                                                                                                                          Room | Centinela, California
                                                                    LAUSD, huntington Park Elementary School |
                                                                    Huntington Park, California                                           Grossmont Union high School District, El Capitan
                                                                                                                                          high School, Master Plan | Grossmont, California
                                                                    LAUSD Master Planning, San Fernando high School
                                                                    Complex | San Fernando, California                                    Santana high School, Master Plan, Grossmont high
                                                                                                                                          School, Boy’s Physical Ed Building, Modernization |
                                                                    LAUSD LAUSD Master Planning, Reseda high School
                                                                                                                                          Grossmont, California
                                                                    Complex | Reseda, California
                                                                                                                                          Santa Ana Unified School District, Portable
                                                                    Manhattan Beach Unified School District, Mira
                                                                                                                                          Classrooms | Santa Ana, California
                                                                    Costa high School Master Plan | Los Angeles,
                                                                    California                                                            Santa Monica Unified School District, Olympic
                                                                                                                                          high School, historic Renovation | Santa Monica,
                                                                    Manhattan Beach Unified School District, Mira
                                                                                                                                          California
                                                                    Costa high School New Math and Science Building
                                                                    | Los Angeles, California                                             Pasadena Waldorf School, Master Plan | Pasadena,
                                                                                                                                          California
                                                                    Manhattan Beach Unified School District, Mira
                                                                    Costa high School Renovations| Los Angeles,                           Kaiser Woodland hills, MOB, Parking Structure &
                                                                    California                                                            100 Bed tower | Woodland Hills, California
    CSU Northridge, Noski Auditorium Renovation
                                                                    Baldwin Park Unified School District Modernization                    Beverly hospital MRI Addition | Montebello,
                                                                    | Los Angeles, California                                             California
                                                                    Colton Joint Union School District, Colton high                       Kaiser harbor City Central Plant Up-Grade | Harbor
                                                                    School, Modernization | Colton, California                            City, California
                                                                    Compton Unified School District, various                              Kaiser Riverside | Riverside, California
                                                                    Modernizations | Compton, California                                  UCLA | Los Angeles, California
                                                                    El Monte City School District, Le Gore Elementary,                    County USC Medical Center | Los Angeles, California
                                                                    New Classroom Building | El Monte, California                         Simi valley Psychiatric hospital | Simi Valley,
                                                                    El Monte City School District, Wright Elementary,                     California
                                                                    New Classroom Building | El Monte, California                         Cedars Sinai Medical Center | West Hollywood,
                                                                    Fullerton Joint Union high School District, Buena                     California
                                                                    Park high School, Modernization | Fullerton,                          St. Johns Medical Center | Santa Monica, California
                                                                    California
                                                                                                                                          Los Robles Regional Medical Center | Thousand
                                                                    Inglewood Unified School District, Inglewood high                     Oaks, California
                                                                    School, Modernization | Inglewood, California


                                         Statement of Qualifications to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                         Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
                                                                                                                                         Section C | Background of Architect's Personnel      9




Heather Melish, AIA, LEED AP                             ®


Project Responsibility: Interior Design
Heather Melish, a Steinberg Architects Associate has led the programming and interior design
efforts on a wide range of performing arts and civic projects, with a particular emphasis
on theaters, libraries, and performing arts centers. She is committed to the creation of fully
functional and unified interior environments.
During building programming, Heather works closely with building users to develop a com-
prehensive project scope, defining the functional requirements and the spatial characteristics of
the building. During the design process, she acts as the users’ advocate, providing continuity to
support their vision within the context of the overall budget and goals of the larger institution.
Her experience in all phases of design allows the design intent of each project to carry through                                      Years in Practice | 15
to the fine details, from preliminary space planning, through the selection of finish materials                                       Current Role | 9
and palettes. She is also an active participant in the finalization of construction details and                                       Education
furniture selections.                                                                                                                 Master of Architecture, University of California, Los
                                                                                                                                      Angeles
Relevant Experience                                                                                                                   Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, Wellesley College,
Griffith Observatory Expansion & Renovation | Los            Golden West College Learning Resources Center |                          Wellesley, MA
Angeles, California                                          Huntington Beach, California                                             Registration |Registered Architect, California
River Center for the Performing Arts, Performing             San Joaquin Delta College Gateway Building
Arts Building | Columbus, Georgia                            Student Services Center | Stockton, California                           Certification | LEED® Accredited Professional
Allan hancock College, Fine Arts Complex &                   Los Angeles harbor College Student Services                              Professional Affiliations
Theater Arts Complex| | Santa Maria, California              Center | Wilmington, California                                          American Institute of Architects | Association for
Pierce College, Performing Arts Building                     Los Angeles harbor Northeast Academic hall |                             Women in Architecture | National Trust for Historic
Renovation and ADA Upgrades | Woodland Hills,                Wilmington, California                                                   Preservation | Los Angeles Conservancy
California                                                   Los Angeles harbor Campus Master Programming |
                                                                                                                                      Notable Projects
Pacific Center, historic Ballroom Renovation | Los           Wilmington, California
Angeles, California                                          Los Angeles harbor College Physical Sciences
Riverside Community College A.G. Paul Quadrangle             Building Programming | Wilmington, California
historical Renovation | Riverside, California                Los Angeles harbor College Learning Resources
University of Otago Information Services Building            Center Preliminary Programming | Wilmington,
Expansion & Renovation | Dunedin, New Zealand                California
Soka University Gymnasium, Classrooms and                    Los Angeles City College Martin Luther King Jr.
Student housing| Aliso Viejo, California                     Library | Los Angeles, California
California State University, Northridge                      Los Angeles valley College Student Services Center
Administration Building | Northridge, California             | Valley Glen, California
University of Miami Richter Library Expansion &              College of the Desert Multi-Purpose Classroom
Renovation | Coral Gables, Florida                           Building • Business Building | Palm Desert,
Stanford University Encino hall Renovation | Palo            California
Alto, California
University of California, San Diego Programming of                                                                                    River Center for the Performing ARts
Biomedical Library Renovation & Expansion | San
Diego, California
Allan hancock College, One-Stop Student Services
Center | Santa Maria, California




                                                                                                                                      Griffith Observatory Expansion & Renovation




                              Statement of Qualifications to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                                                   Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11))
10    Section C | Background of Architect's Personnel




                                                                    Juan J. Santana
                                                                    Project Responsibility: Construction Administration QA/QC
                                                                    Juan J. Santana has built a strong portfolio with more than a decade worth of professional
                                                                    experience working on higher educational projects. He began his career working on K-12
                                                                    projects that emphasized the importance of proper construction documentation and through
                                                                    his experience brings skill gained from years in the construction administration of large
                                                                    and technically complex public use projects. He has worked on all phases of a project, from
                                                                    feasibility studies and coordination of schematic design through design development, prepara-
                                                                    tion of construction documents, and construction administration. This led to larger and more
                                                                    complex projects on several university campuses, including performing arts centers, student
                                                                    housing, and learning research centers.
     Years in Practice | 12
                                                                    Juan is currently working on the Fine Arts Complex and Theater Arts Complex at Allan
     Education                                                      Hancock College and will provide the team with specific knowledge required to complete a
     Bachelor of Architecture, Minor in Business,                   quality performance complex allowing us to hit the ground running.
     Woodbury University
     Professional Affiliations                                      Relevant Experience
     American Institute of Architects/LA, Associate                 California State University, Fullerton, Performing                    Crafton hills College, Learning Resource Center|
     Member | Council of Latin American Students of                 Arts Center | Fullerton, California                                   Yucaipa, California
     Architecture (CLEA)
                                                                    Allan hancock College, Fine Arts Complex &                            Orange Coast College, Student Union Center |
                                                                    Theater Arts Complex| | Santa Maria, California                       Costa Mesa, California
     Notable Projects                                               The Pearl Theater at the Palms Resort & Casino |                      University of California, Los Angeles, Northwest
                                                                    Las Vegas, Nevada                                                     housing | Los Angeles, California
                                                                    Burbank high School | Burbank, California                             Santa Clara University, Information Learning
                                                                    George Washington high School | Burbank,                              Center | Santa Clara, California
                                                                    California                                                            Washington State University, Compton Student
                                                                    El Camino Creek Elementary School, Olivehain                          Union Building | Pullman, Washington
                                                                    Pioneer Elementary School | Encinitas, California
                                                                    Fallbrook Union high School District, Fallbrook high
                                                                    School | Fallbrook, California
                                                                    Colton Unified School District, District Building |
                                                                    Colton, California
                                                                    Los Angeles City College, Martin Luther King Jr.
                                                                    Library | Los Angeles, California
     CSU Fullerton, Auditorium & Fine Arts Facility
                                                                    Los Angeles valley College, Student Services
                                                                    Center • IT Core | Valley Glen, California
                                                                    Crafton hills College, Campus Infrastructure Site
                                                                    Improvement | Yucaipa, California




     Crafton Hills College, Learning Resource Center




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D. Consultants & Engineers

     Steinberg Architects has included the following group of consul-
     tants on our team. They each have specific experience key to this
     project and strong relationships with Steinberg Architects, each
     other and the community of Oxnard.
                                                                                                                                     PROJECT EXPERIENCE
GLUMAC | MEP ENGINEER - A full-service MEP consulting engineering firm, Glumac special-                                              GLUMAC
izes in the cost-effective, sustainable design of educational, commercial, institutional, and                                        LAUSD, South Gate Middle School
                                                                                                                                     LAUSD, Marina Del Rey Middle School
advanced technology facilities worldwide. They go out of their way to create innovative                                              LAUSD, East Valley High School
sustainable designs that preserve architectural integrity while ensuring occupants always feel                                       Middle College High School at Southwest College
comfortable, contractors can build more efficiently and owners can realize lower first capital
and operating costs..

ENGLEKIRK & SABOL | STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS - As structural engineers for nearly 2 mil-                                                 ENGLEKIRK & SABOL
                                                                                                                                     Menlo Atherton High School Performing Arts Center
lion square feet of K-12 construction worth more than $1 billion, Englekirk Institutional                                            Punahou Science Learning Center
understands the unique needs of the education sector. Our K-12 projects have run the gamut                                           LAUSD, Robert F. KIennedy, Cocoanut Grove Theater
from small campus-based dental clinics to gigantic primary, middle and high school complexes                                         Viewpoint School, Performing Arts Center

situated on a single site. Englekirk & Sabol is a woman-owned business.

PENFIELD & SMITh | CIvIL ENGINEER - Penfield & Smith Engineers, Inc. (P&S) is an employee-
                                                                                                                                     PENFIELD & SMITh
owned company that has been providing exceptional services to both public and private clients
                                                                                                                                     Cal Poly Pomona, Business School
throughout the Central Coast and Southern California for over six decades. As a full service                                         USC, Ronald Tutor Campus Center
firm, P&S offers civil engineering, surveying, land use planning and permitting, structural                                          Azusa Pacific University, Segerstrom Center
                                                                                                                                     SMC Student Services Building
engineering, traffic and transportation engineering, transportation planning, construction
management and construction inspection.

LANDRY & BOGAN | ThEATRICAL CONSULTANT- Landry & Bogan celebrates its 40th year in 2011,
beginning as the partnership of the late Paul Landry and Jack Bogan in 1971. Our primary                                             LANDRY & BOGAN
                                                                                                                                     San Ysidro Performing Arts High School
goal is to listen to our clients and create the theatre of their vision, not our own. Our history
                                                                                                                                     Performing Arts Center CSU-Fullerton, California
includes over 200 constructed facilities for educational, civic, and professional groups theatres                                    Performing Arts Center, Moorpark College
in capacities ranging from 100 seats to 5000 seats. We have led or assisted development of                                           Performing Arts & Commons The Thacher School
Project Programming Guides, Master Plans, feasibility studies and renovation studies for more
than 60 projects. L&B is a woman-owned business.

MCKAY CONANT hOOvER | ACOUSTICS, NOISE & Av CONSULTANT - McKay Conant Hoover inc                                                     MCKAY CONANT hOOvER
                                                                                                                                     San Ysidro Performing Arts High School
(MCH) is a California corporation organized in 1987 to provide uniquely integrated consulting                                        Performing Arts Center CSU-Fullerton, California
services in all areas of Building Acoustics and Media Systems. Our projects range from the                                           Performing Arts Center, Moorpark College
performing arts and entertainment to medical research, headquarters office buildings, major                                          Performing Arts & Commons The Thacher School
university facilities and important residences. Our concentration is in facilities for large
public assembly and these extend from Tokyo to Paris and Hawaii to Bilbao, Spain and Basel,
Switzerland.
                                                                                                                                     CUMMING CORPORATION
CUMMING CORPORATION | COST ESTIMATING - Cumming provides cost planning for various
                                                                                                                                     Hector G. Godinez High, Fundamental High School
design phases, setting project budgets and the subsequent control; to ensure that the client’s                                       Anaheim Union HSD
financial resources are not overspent. The Cumming staff prides itself on its expertise and                                          Cesar Chavez Elementary
                                                                                                                                     Los Angeles USD
adherence to sound management practices and value-added techniques Our education sector                                              Huntington Beach HSD
portfolio includes more than 2,000 primary, secondary and tertiary projects with a combined
construction value of more than $10 billion



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                                                                    Edwin Lee, PE, CPMP, LEED AP                                   ®


                                                                    Project Responsibility: Managing Principal, Mechanical Engineer
                                                                    Edwin has over 25 years of project management experience in building services engineering.
                                                                    He is experienced in every phase of work including commissioning, schematic design, design
     Years in Practice | 25
                                                                    development, construction document and construction administration for a wide variety of
     Education
                                                                    projects including central plants, civic, commercial, educational, energy, healthcare, hospital-
     Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
                                                                    ity, industrial, institutional and sustainable design projects. His design mandate is to have
     Executive MBA
                                                                    the building services engineering systems blended into the “Architectural Statement” while
     Registration |Mechanical Engineer, Commissioning               maintaining the optimum balance between human comfort, installation & operating costs,
     Process Management Professional
                                                                    indoor air quality, energy consumption and environmental impact.
     Certification | LEED® Accredited Professional
     Professional Affiliations                                      Relevant Experience
     Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers)              Pierce College, Performing Arts Building ADA                           view Park Charter School, Culver City | Los
     | Fellow, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating           upgrades | Woodland Hills, California                                  Angeles, California
     and Air Conditioning Engineers | Fellow, British
                                                                    Middle College high School at Southwest College |                      El Capitan high School | San Diego, California
     Institution of Mechanical Engineers | Fellow, British
                                                                    Los Angeles, California                                                Golden hill Elementary School | San Diego,
     Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers
                                                                    Devonshire Elementary | Los Angeles, California                        California
                                                                    LAUSD Marina Del Rey Middle School | Marina Del                        Grossmont high School | San Diego, California
                                                                    Rey, California                                                        helix high School | San Diego, California
                                                                    LAUSD Sellery Special Education Center | Los                           Scripps Ranch Middle School | San Diego, California
                                                                    Angeles, California
                                                                                                                                           Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Center | Thousand Oaks,
                                                                    LAUSD South Gate Middle School | Los Angeles,                          California
                                                                    California
                                                                    Notre Dame Academy, St. Williams of York | San
                                                                    Diego, California




                                                                    Jacob Chan, PE, CPQ, LEED                                          ®


                                                                    Project Responsibility: Principal, Electrical Engineer
                                                                    With over 20 years of building engineering design experience of a variety of projects in scale
     Years in Practice | 20                                         and types, Jacob has been responsible for the project management and engineering design of
     Education                                                      electrical systems including lighting, special dimmer systems, power distribution, fire alarm
     Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering with               and security systems, motor control centers and elevators. He has taken a keen interest in
     Honors, University of Southampton                              sustainability design and has developed guidelines for building design.
     Registration |Electrical Engineer, Certified Power
     Quality Professionals, Chartered Engineer                      Relevant Experience
     Certification | LEED® Accredited Professional                  Pierce College, Performing Arts Building ADA                           JUSD, Rubidioux high School Renovation and
                                                                    upgrades | Woodland Hills, California                                  Expansion | Riverside, California
     Professional Affiliations
                                                                    Middle College high School at Southwest College |                      LBUSD, International Elementary School | Long
     Member, ACEE | Member, IEE | Member, IEEE |                    Los Angeles, California                                                Beach, California
     Institute (PMI) | Adjunct Professor Woodbury
                                                                    LAUSD Middle College high School at Southwest                          PUSD, hill view Middle School | Simi Valley,
     University                                                     College | Los Angeles, California                                      California
                                                                    LAUSD Sellery Special Education Center | Los                           PUSD, Yorba Elementary School | Pomona,
                                                                    Angeles, California                                                    California
                                                                    LAUSD South Gate Middle School | Los Angeles,                          SvUSD, Mountain view Elementary Classrooms, |
                                                                    California                                                             Simi Valley, California
                                                                    LAUSD, Elementary School #6 | Los Angeles,                             DreamWorks SKG Animation Campus | Glendale,
                                                                    California                                                             California
                                                                    LAUSD, Elementary School #9 | Los Angeles,                             MTv Studios | Los Angeles, California
                                                                    California                                                             Fox Studio, Post Production Facility | Los Angeles,
                                                                    LAUSD, high School #1 | Hollywood and Los                              California
                                                                    Angeles,. California                                                   Sony Studio, Capra Building | Culver City, California
                                                                    LAUSD Marina Del Rey Middle School | Marina Del
                                                                    Rey, California



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Henry Lam, PE, LEED AP                       ®


Project Responsibility: Electrical and Mechanical Engineer
Henry has over 10 years of experience with K-12 projects and CHPS. He has completed
many projects involving design and development of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning                                             Years in Practice | 10
systems. Responsibilities include coordination with architects, electrical engineers, plumbing                                           Education
engineers, contractors, and city officials. CAD drawings and energy calculations are prepared                                            Master of Science, Mechanical Engineering
for each project.                                                                                                                        University of Southern California, Los Angeles
                                                                                                                                         Bachelor of Science, Engineering Technology,
                                                                                                                                         California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Relevant Experience
East Los Angeles College, Firestone Satellite                 Walgrove ES Group III AC Modification | Los                                Registration |Mechanical Engineer
Campus | Los Angeles, California                              Angeles, California                                                        Certification |Certified in Plumbing Systems
Southwest College, Middle College high School |               Warner ES FA Upgrade | Los Angeles, California                             Design, UCLA, | Computer Science Technology,
Los Angeles, California                                       Wilmington MS BOND AC XSvC Relocation | Los                                AutoCAD, Los Angeles City College
Sellery Special Education Center | Los Angeles,               Angeles, California
                                                                                                                                         Professional Affiliations
California                                                    Windsor hills Magnet School | Los Angeles,
                                                                                                                                         Member, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating
South Gate Middle School | South Gate, California             California
                                                                                                                                         and Air Conditioning Engineers
Marina Del Rey Middle School | Marina Del Rey,                East valley NEW hS #3 | Los Angeles, California
California                                                    Glen Alta ES hvAC Upgrade | Los Angeles, California
Devonshire Elementary | Los Angeles, California               holmes MS BLD A | Los Angeles, California
Logan Elementary | Los Angeles, California                    Kenter Canyon ES
Roosevelt (ThEO) hS Auditorium & Gym AC                       Los Angeles, California
Enrollment Growth Program | Los Angeles,                      Marquez ES Group III AC Modification Upgrade |Los
California                                                    Angeles, California
Roscomare RD ES | Los Angeles, California                     Murchison ES hvAC Upgrade At RAC BLDG | Los
Southeast Learning Center | Los Angeles, California           Angeles, California
Topanga Canyon ES | Los Angeles, California                   Palisades Charter hS | Los Angeles, California
valley Regional ES # 7, 8, 9 | Los Angeles, California




Tony Ghodsi, ME, CE
Project Responsibility: Structural Engineer
Mr. Ghodsi has been a practicing engineer with Englekirk Institutional since March of 1986.
His areas of expertise include structural design of space frame steel structures, concrete
frame or shear wall structures and timber structures, as well as seismic evaluation of existing
structures. His responsibilities include primary client contact, selection and design of
structural systems, direction of construction document preparation, and construction
administration.
                                                                                                                                         Years in Practice | 10
                                                                                                                                         Education
Relevant Experience
                                                                                                                                         Master of Science, Civil Engineering, University of
Tustin Unified School District, Pioneer Middle                Pomona College Thille New Biology Building |
                                                                                                                                         Southern California, Los Angeles
School Multi-Purpose Building | Tustin, California            Claremont, California
                                                                                                                                         Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University of
Occidental College Freeman College Union, Seismic             School for the Deaf | Riverside, California
                                                                                                                                         Southern California, Los Angeles
Retrofit | Los Angeles, California                            Los Angeles Mission College Athletic Complex | Los
Crossroads School for Arts + Sciences, Grisanti               Angeles, California                                                        Registration |Civil and Structural Engineer
Sports Center | Santa Monica, California                      LAUSD Danny J. Bakewell, Sr. Primary Center | Los                          Professional Affiliations
Scripps College, Elizabeth hubert Malott Commons              Angeles, California
                                                                                                                                         Structural Engineer Association of Souther
Building | Claremont, California                              University of California, San Diego RIMAC Annex |                          California | Los Angeles Tall Buildings Structural
LAUSD vista Middle School | Panorama City,                    La Jolla, California                                                       Design Council, President | American Concrete
California                                                    University of Southern California , Annenberg                              Institute | USC Sonny Astani Department of Civil
Occidental College Samuelson Pavilion | Los                   School for Communication Bldg G12 | Los Angeles,                           and Environmental Engineer, Board of Advistors
Angeles, California                                           California
Occidental College Johnson Student Center | Los               California State University, Fullerton Student
Angeles, California                                           housing Complex | Fullerton, California
Crossroads School for Arts + Sciences, Theater Arts           Los Angeles City College Martin Luther King Library
Building | Santa Monica, California                           Los Angeles, California



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                                                                      Glen Pace, PE
                                                                      Project Responsibility: Civil Engineer
                                                                      Mr. Pace joined Penfield & Smith in January 1997 and has participated in the design of various
                                                                      engineering projects in Ventura, Santa Barbara, and Los Angeles Counties including both
                                                                      public and private developments. His experience includes work on 10 different K-12 campuses
                                                                      and half a dozen higher education campuses; requiring adherence to DSA design guidelines
                                                                      and local agency policies and procedures.
     Years in Practice |15
                                                                      Working with architects, public agencies & private developers has provided Glen with a wide
     Education
                                                                      range of experience including design and project management. The various types of work Mr.
     Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Brigham
     Young University                                                 Pace has been involved in have included grading design, street improvements, parking facili-
                                                                      ties, flood analysis, sewer, water and drainage system improvements. Glen also has experience
     Registration |Professional Engineer
                                                                      in working with complicated environmental requirements and political issues.
     Professional Affiliations
     Member, American Society of Civil Engineers
                                                                      Relevant Experience
                                                                      Thurgood Marshall Elementary School | Oxnard,                         San Antonio & Topa Topa Elementary Schools | Ojai,
                                                                      California                                                            California
                                                                      Elm Street Elementary School Relocatables |                           Arts & Commons Buildings at Thacher School |
                                                                      Oxnard, California                                                    Ojai, California
                                                                      haydock Jr high School | Oxnard, California                           Learning Resource Center, Oxnard College |
                                                                      Juan Soria Elementary School | Oxnard, California                     Oxnard, California
                                                                      Westlake high School Pool and Tennis Courts |                         Moorpark Exotic Animal Training Center | Moorpark
                                                                      Westlake, California                                                  College, California
                                                                      Conejo valley School Dist. Gymnasiums at Four                         North hall Faculty Office Building and Classrooms,
                                                                      Middle Schools | Thousand Oaks, California                            CSU | Channel Islands, California




                                                                      Tristan Santos, PE
                                                                      Project Responsibility: Civil Engineer
                                                                      Mr. Santos joined Penfield & Smith in July 2005. Prior to Penfield & Smith, Mr. Santos was
                                                                      employed as a Project Engineer for SSC Construction in the City of Corona. He worked as the
                                                                      on-site Project Manager in Northern California for two years constructing a 7.2 million-gallon
                                                                      pre-stressed concrete water reservoir, pump station, and support building in the City of Tracy,
     Years in Practice | 8                                            and a 1.7 million-gallon pre-stressed concrete water reservoir and pump station for the Dublin-
     Education                                                        San Ramon Services District in the City of Dublin. Mr. Santos also served as the Project
     Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University of            Engineer for the construction of a secondary clarifier and modifications to an existing pump
     California, Irvine                                               station at the Eastern Municipal Water District’s reclamation plant in the City of Perris. He was
     Registration |Civil Engineer                                     responsible for the on-site project administration of these Projects, which included scheduling,
     Professional Affiliations                                        submittals, coordination of vendors and sub-contractors, and served as the representative at the
     Member, American Society of Civil Engineers                      coordination meetings with the public agency, Civil Engineer, and Construction Manager.

                                                                      Relevant Experience
                                                                      Oxnard College, Performing Arts Center | Oxnard,                      Paul Murdoch Architects, Pierce Library / Learning
                                                                      California                                                            Crossroads Building Project| Woodland Hills,
                                                                      Paul Murdoch Architects, Oxnard College Learning                      California
                                                                      Center| Oxnard, California                                            Southern Kern Unified School District, Tropico
                                                                      Moorpark College, Exotic Animal & Training                            Middle School, | Rosamund, California
                                                                      Maintenance Facility| Moorpark, California                            heery International, Moorpark College Parking
                                                                                                                                            Structure | Moorpark, California




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Heather McAvoy, ASTC
Project Responsibility: Theatrical Consultant
Heather’s theatrical production experience spans 30 years and includes stage and production
management, stage electrics, technical direction, scenic, costume, and lighting design, and
acting. She developed her specialization in lighting design at New York University and has
been a member of United Scenic Artists since 1986. She has designed lighting for commercial,
regional, civic and university theatre and dance as well as rock and roll and gallery display. She
                                                                                                                                      Years in Practice |24
serves as a volunteer supporting after-school drama programs in her local public schools.
                                                                                                                                      Education
Heather has been consulting with Landry & Bogan for 24 years, using her theatrical experience
                                                                                                                                      Master of Fine Arts, New York University Tisch
for general project consulting and as the Director of Project Management. She also assists                                            School of the Arts
architects in designing flexible and accessible stage and work lighting mounting positions and                                        Bachelor of Arts, Stanford University
support spaces. She designs state-of-the-art stage, house, and rehearsal lighting systems, from                                       Professional Affiliations
concept through construction documents, as well as guiding electrical engineers in the design                                         American Society of Theatre Consultants |
of theatrical electrical systems and inspecting completed systems.                                                                    Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.


Relevant Experience
Bellarmine Preparatory Theatre | San Jose, CA              Napa valley Opera house renovation | Napa,
Moonlight Amphitheatre | Vista, California                 California
Mountain view Center for the Performing Arts |             Royce hall renovation | UCLA, California
Mountain View, California                                  Dodge Theater | Phoenix, Arizona
Livermore valley Performing Arts Center |                  Cal State Fullerton Clayes Center for the
Livermore, California                                      Performing Arts | Fullerton, California
Oregon Shakespeare Festival New Theatre |                  Smith Center for the Arts | Ohlone College,
Ashland, Oregon                                            Fremont, California
Portland Center Stage – Armory Building renovation
| Portland, Oregon




Rose Steele, ASTC
Project Responsibility: Theatrical Consultant
Rose is the firm’s specialist in programming and facility planning, leading workshops for
Owners and users, City planners, University personnel and user groups to discover the true
needs of the users and translate them into a detailed building program. She also provides
theatre interior design, including audience and stage configuration, seating and sightlines,
exiting and code compliance in addition to consulting on space designs and equipment layouts;                                         Years in Practice | 30
make-up and dressing rooms and production shops, and ADA compliance related to assembly                                               Education
spaces.                                                                                                                               Bachelor of Science, Theatre, Western Michigan
                                                                                                                                      University
Relevant Experience                                                                                                                   Professional Affiliations
Mesa Community College | Mesa, Arizona                     Cal Poly Music Center renovation/expansion |                               American Society of Theatre Consultants
King Kekaulike high School Performing Arts Center          Pasadena, California
| Maui, Hawaii                                             Cal State Fullerton Clayes Performing Arts Center
valhalla high School | San Diego, California               programming, CSU | Fullerton, California
Phoenix Theatre | Phoenix, Arizona                         Portland Center Stage, Armory Renovation |
                                                           Portland, Oregon
herberger Theatre Renovation
                                                           Livermore valley Regional Center for the Arts
St. Francis high School Auditorium | La Canada
Flintridge | California                                    East Los Angeles College, Performing Arts Center
                                                           program | Los Angeles, California
Shagohian Concert hall and Dan Pessano Black
Box, programming | Clovis, California                      New Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival |
                                                           Portland, Oregon
Dixie State College Eccles Fine Arts Center | St.
George, Utah
George S. and Dolores Dore’ Eccles Center for
Performing Arts and horne School of Music | Park
City, Utah

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                                                                     David Contant, FASA
                                                                     Project Responsibility: Acoustics & Noise Control Consultant
                                                                     As a senior partner in the firm, Mr. Conant is a generalist in architectural acoustics, directing
                                                                     performing arts acoustical design and all higher education and institutional projects. He brings
                                                                     over thirty years consulting exper¬ience with auditoria and with noise and vibration control
                                                                     in all building types at all levels of sophis¬tication. Mr. Conant started his career as Assistant
                                                                     Professor of Architecture at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA teaching
     Years in Practice |30
                                                                     graduate-level design and environmental systems. He then served as Senior Consultant for 10
     Education                                                       years with Bolt Beranek Newman Inc and as co-founder of MCH in 1987, David has directed
     Master of Architecture, Columbia University                     well over 1200 projects. His broad experience includes educational facilities at all levels,
     Master of Arts, Geophysics, Columbia University
     Bachelor of Science, Physics, Union College                     corporate and conference facilities, performing arts centers, museums, libraries and govern-
     NSF Seimic Institute, Stanford University                       ment buildings. He maintains an enviable reputation in the Los Angeles area world of media
                                                                     production and postproduction facilities and because his unique educational background
     Professional Affiliations
                                                                     contributes an especially unique perspective and mix of science and architectural design to his
     Fellow, Acoustical Society of America (Member of
     Architectural Acoustics Technical Committee) |                  projects.
     National Council of Acoustical Consultants
                                                                     Relevant Experience
                                                                     Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools Auditorium                        Tucson high School Auditorium Renov. | Tucson,
                                                                     | Los Angeles, California                                             Arizona
                                                                     Thacher School Auditorium | Ojai, California                          Brentwood School Auditorium | Brentwood,
                                                                     San Ysidro high School Auditorium | San Ysidro,                       California
                                                                     California                                                            Ashland high School Auditorium | Ashland, Oregon
                                                                     Westlake high School Theater Renovation |                             Copper Canyon h.S. Auditorium | Avondale, Arizona
                                                                     Westlake Village, California
                                                                     vail high School Auditorium | Tucson, AZ
                                                                     Mingus Union high School Auditorium Renovation |
                                                                     Cottonwood, Arizona




                                                                     Randall Willis, PE, CTS
                                                                     Project Responsibility: Media Systems Consultant
                                                                     Mr. Willis has over 30 years of experience in the audio/video industry. For over three years
                                                                     prior to joining MCH in 2000, he was Manager and Director of Design and Engineering for
                                                                     the largest audiovisual design/build firm in Arizona. He has been Project Engineer and Project
                                                                     Designer on performing arts venues, indoor and outdoor sports arenas, videoconference and
     Years in Practice | 30                                          distance learning classrooms, convention centers conference rooms, training centers, religious
     Education                                                       facilities, hotels and airport projects throughout the Southwest. Mr. Willis has also developed
     Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering,                     and taught multi-session training courses for field technicians in the areas of audio and video
     Northern Arizona University                                     installation and operation.
     Registration |Civil Engineer
     Certifications | ICIA Certified Technology Specialist
                                                                     Relevant Experience
     | Crestron Control & AMX Control System | CATV                  Westlake high School Theater Renovation |                             Windward School | Mar Vista, Califronia
     System Design | Advanced Control System; IQ                     Westlake Village, California                                          vail high School Auditorium | Tucson, Arizona
     System Design | Audio Design, Synergetics Audio                 Thacher School Auditorium | Ojai, California
     Concepts | IED System Design Seminar, Innovative                harvard Westlake School, Bing Performing Arts
     Electronics Designs | IRP Systems Design                        Center | BelAir, California
     Seminar, Industrial Research Products
     Professional Affiliations
     ICAT Council (Independent Consultants in
     Audiovisual Technologies) Chairman | INFOCOMM




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Philip Mathur, MRICS
Project Responsibility: Cost Estimating
Philip has more than 23 years of experience in the construction industry. He is exceptional for
providing accurate budgets at the early programming and conceptual phases of a project when
that accuracy is critical to a projects ultimate success.                                                                             Years in Practice | 23
                                                                                                                                      Education
In addition to his management skills, Philip is knowledgeable in all aspects of the estimating
                                                                                                                                      Bachelor of Science, Quantity Surveying with
process including detailed quantity take-offs, obtaining price quotes, and coordinating and                                           Honors, Glasgow Caledonian University Glasgow,
incorporating estimates from all disciplines. His detailed knowledge of costs is extremely                                            Scotland
important when participating in value engineering sessions and analyzing/negotiating change                                           Certification |Member, Royal Institution of
orders.                                                                                                                               Chartered Surveyors (MRICS)


Relevant Experience
California State Polytechnic Univ., Kellogg West           CSU Long Beach, Combined Sciences Building |
hospitality MP | Pomona, California                        Long Beach, California
California State Polytechnic University, Landscape         CSU Los Angeles, Building 12 Cost Studies | Los
Masterplan | Pomona, California                            Angeles, California
Claremont McKenna College, New Kravis Center |             CSU Los Angeles, Science Building Wing B | Los
Claremont, California                                      Angeles, California
CSU Channel Islands, Dining Expansion | Camarillo,         CSU Los Angeles, Student Union | Los Angeles,
California                                                 California
CSU Channel Islands, Gateway hall | Camarillo,             CSU Los Angeles, Faculty and Staff housing | Los
California                                                 Angeles, California
CSU Fresno, Library Addition & Renovation |                CSU Northridge, Music Building | Northridge,
Fresno, California                                         California
CSU Fullerton, Auditorium and Fine Arts Facility |         CSU San Marcos, Business Center | San Marcos,
Fullerton, California                                      California




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E. School Facilities Experience

Experience
We have worked with many K–12 educational institutions and have provided master planning,
programming, design, and construction administration services for educational projects
throughout California. As such, we are intimately familiar with the specific requirements of
DSA, OPSC and public agencies that oversee sustainable building design.
We have also worked with private K–12 projects in the Silicon Valley such as Bellarmine
College Preparatory, Archbishop Mitty, Presentation, and Notre Dame High Schools. As
funding for facilities of these private schools are independently funded, our firm has become
a strategic partner with these schools and their respective donors to produce building designs
that reflect their visions and goals.
In addition to our extensive K-12 experience, we enjoy long standing relationships with over                                        SERvICES OFFERED BY
30 community college campuses, 10 CSU institutions, and local private universities such as                                          STEINBERG ARChITECTS
Stanford University and Santa Clara University.                                                                                     New Construction
                                                                                                                                    Renovation/Modernization
The following represents a partial list of K-12 schools for which our company has provided
                                                                                                                                    Comprehensive Strategic Master Plans
services.
                                                                                                                                    Space Planning Site Analysis
Public High Schools                                       Meyerholtz Elementary School                                              Facilities Needs Assessments

Aragon High School                                        Montclaire Elementary School                                              Programming & Space Planning

Burbank High School                                       Nimitz School                                                             Interior Design & Furnishings
                                                          Orchard School                                                            Construction Administration
Davis High School
                                                          Patwin Elementary School                                                  Post Occupancy Evaluations
Evergreen Valley High School                                                                                                        Models & 3D Graphics
Hillsdale High School                                     Regnart Elementary School
                                                                                                                                    Shared Governance Process & Presentations
Los Altos High School                                     Stevens Creek Elementary School
                                                                                                                                    Bridging Documents
Lynbrook High School                                      Foothill Middle School
                                                                                                                                    Entitlement
Milpitas High School                                      Junction Avenue Middle School
                                                                                                                                    DSA Approvals
Mills High School                                         Newman Middle School                                                      Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Mountain View High School                                 Vista Middle School                                                       Public Presentations & Community Collaboration
                                                          Yolo Middle School
K-8 Public Schools                                        Hoover School

Alum Rock Elementary School District                      Private Schools
Blackford Elementary School
Bluehills Elementary School                               Archbishop Mitty High School
Brewer Island Elementary School                           Bellarmine College Preparatory
Collins Elementary School                                 Challenger School
Dilworth Elementary School                                Menlo School
Eisenhower Elementary School                              Holy Spirit School
Faria Elementary School                                   Holy Family Educational Center
Fiesta Gardens International School                       Monte Vista Christian School
Fremont Primary Center                                    Notre Dame High School
Garden Gate Elementary School                             Parish of St. John Vianney
Lincoln Elementary School                                 Presentation High School
Lynnhaven Elementary School                               St. Francis High School
                                                          Sacred Heart High School




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                                                                  Approach
                                                                  PROJECT KICK-OFF
                                                                  The design process begins with the development of a detailed schedule, workplan, and com-
                                                                  munication plan to be discussed at the project kickoff meeting with the Project Committee.
                                                                  The purpose of the meeting is to come up with a framework that will allow the design to move
                                                                  forward smoothly with all parties understanding their involvement and responsibilities. At this
                                                                  initial meeting, we will also agree upon a decision-making and approval process, as well as a
                                                                  schedule of regular meeting dates.

                                                                  GOALS AND VISIONING
                                                                  In the goals and visioning phase, we review existing information available on the college, such
                                                                  as the student and community demographics, educational program needs, and regional and
                                                                  state trends. We will hold a series of workshops where we will work closely with the district
                                                                  to develop a vision that addresses your mission statement, create goals and objectives for the
                                                                  project, and outline strategic directions. In addition, we confirm growth projections, identify
                                                                  new programs and initiatives, and make note of declining programs to gain a full understand-
                                                                  ing of the future makeup of the district.

                                                                  PROGRAMMING
                                                                  The Design Team will hold workshops, engage user groups, distribute questionnaires, and
                                                                  conduct surveys to assist in the completion of the Final Program. Workshops will include a
                                                                  combination of facility users, service providers, and building management staff. We find the
                                                                  best planning and design solutions by listening to the users, and staff who will use and operate
                                                                  the facility every day. Our integrated design approach works from the inside-out and the
                                                                  outside-in.
                                                                  The programming phase is the Design Team’s opportunity to jointly establish goals and
                                                                  objectives with the Project Committee, gather relevant information about the proposed project,
                                                                  identifying strategies to meet the goals and objectives, and to reconcile available budget with
                                                                  the amount of improvement desired within the project’s time frame.
                                                                  The Design Team will summarize the final program, beginning with a clear and concise
                                                                  statement of the architectural problem. The final program document will include a Functional
                                                                  Program detailing performance requirements that satisfy the needs of the users, accommodate
                                                                  major activities in the project, and create a relationship among activities in the project. The
                                                                  final program will also identify the abstract influences on the building design, including any
                                                                  form-giving influences of the site. The final program will include the project budget and
                                                                  design directive for operating costs and reconciliation between initial budget and life cycle
                                                                  costs. A project schedule, showing phasing of construction for concurrent occupancy and final
                                                                  occupancy, will be included.

                                                                  SCHEMATIC DESIGN
                                                                  Our design team will prepare alternative schematic level plans, sections, elevations, models,
                                                                  and renderings based on the prioritized work scope and budget that will describe the overall
                                                                  size, organization, massing, and character of the project defining the necessary modifications
                                                                  to the existing building and the site. A narrative report describing the structural, electrical,
                                                                  mechanical, and plumbing systems envisioned for the building will accompany the schematic




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plans, and our sub-consultants will meet with confirm that our approach fits within all agency
guidelines and requirements.
The team will work closely with the owner to review project design, budget, and costs. Together
we will review schedule and constructability. A schematic design project construction cost
estimate will be prepared. An initial Schematic Design Presentation with Basis of Design
Report for the Building will be made to at the completion of the phase.

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
Based on the approved Schematic Design plans, the design team will refine the design and
prepare Design Development plans and outline specifications. Preliminary meetings will
be held with the governing regulatory agencies early in Design Development to review the
project design, understand their expectations, and discuss specific compliance issues. We will
further develop the building design to fix the size and character of the project. The engineering
disciplines will produce plans representing their specific systems components and layout in the
same scale as the architectural plans. We will then coordinate and resolve any interdisciplinary
engineering system conflicts. The code analysis report and code plans will be updated. The
submittal will include drawings describing the design and engineering systems, as well as
Outline Specifications. A materials board of all the finish materials proposed for the project
will be presented for review and approval. The team will continue to work closely with the
all agencies to review project design, budget, and costs. Together we will refine the project
sequencing, update schedules, and review constructability.

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION
Steinberg will work to diligently create high quality documents. We will work to produce
drawings that are:
1) Clear and accurate representing concise instructions for the building construction
2) Appropriate and intentioned to generate buildable information
3) Directed to produce a work of architecture that is maintainable
Our approach will focus on our ability to successfully and competitively bid this project out to
qualified subcontractors, while ensuring that we are selecting the lowest qualified number that
also provides a complete scope of work.

DELIVERY METHODS
We understand that you have not selected a delivery method for this project. Steinberg
Architects has extensive experience in a variety of methods including traditional Design-Bid-
Build, CM at Risk, CM Multiple Prime and Design/Build. We are one of the leading architects
in the State of California for design-build projects on educational campus, and have led the way
in the adoption of this delivery method. We understand that the engaging the CM early on
in the these processes so that they can provide input on constructability review, construction
phasing, material availability, and cost estimating reduces the probable occurrences of change
orders, project construction delays, and increased project costs. Alternative delivery methods
mean your project can be constructed on time and under budget.




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     EDUCATION PROJECTS -                                          CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION
     hONORS & AWARDS                                               The Steinberg team will assist in the administration of the construction contract. The Design
                                                                   Team will focus on having construction proceed in accordance with the completed plans,
     2010 AIA Next LA Design Awards                                specifications, and design intent. The team will work to achieve timely, creative solutions to
     Santa Monica College Student Services and                     field conditions in order to keep the project on schedule within budget. The Design Team will
     Administration Building
                                                                   attend pre-construction meetings and construction meetings. Site visits will be made by the
     2010 Community College Facility Coalition, Award
     of Honor in the Campus Completion Category                    appropriate design and engineering disciplines in accordance with the progress of construction.
     Las Positas Student Services Center                           The Design Team will observe the progress throughout the period of construction. The Design
     2010 Savings by Design: Energy Efficiency                     Team will make recommendations to the Districts project administrator on interpretations and
     Integration Award, Award of Merit for Higher                  dispute resolution, issue clarifications, and interpretations to the Contract Documents, prepare
     Education
     Los Angeles harbor College,                                   and approve all change proposals, cost request bulletins, and contract change orders complete
     Northeast Academic Hall and Student Services &                with approved back-up.
     Administration Building
     2009 UC/CSU/CCC Sustainability Conference
     Higher Education Energy Efficiency Partnership
                                                                   Communications/Project Meetings
     Program Best Practices Competition, Sustainable               Clear and consistent communication is the success to any project. This will include com-
     Design Award                                                  munication between the District, Steinberg Architects, Consultants and subcontractors. This
     New Community College Construction: Best Overall
     Sustainable Design, Los Angeles Harbor College                communication will be accomplished by coordinated project information management and
     Northeast Academic Hall & Student Services and                by holding Project Meetings; including Design meetings, Construction meetings, Foreman
     Administration Building                                       meetings and Project Manager’s meetings. Steinberg utilizes web based project management
     2009 Old Riverside Foundation historic                        software to assist in the communications with subcontractors, owners and consultants.
     Preservation Award
     Riverside Community College A.G. Paul Quadrangle
     2006 Firm Award, The American Institute of                    Punch List
     Architects Santa Clara valley Chapter                         Our goal is to always have a zero item punch list. Therefore, our team will work together to
     Evergreen Valley High School Library
                                                                   achieve this goal. A zero item punch list starts with good drawings, good scope buyout, strict
     2005 Preservation Design Award, California
     Preservation Foundation                                       job hazard meetings with subcontractors, and monitoring throughout construction.
     Rehabilitation—Large Projects and Historic Hoover
     Middle School
                                                                   DSA CLOSEOUT
     2004 Award of honor, Coalition for Adequate
     School housing/AIA California Council                         Steinberg Architects believes that in order to achieve DSA closeout in a timely and efficient
     Historic Hoover Middle School                                 manner, closeout requirements must be tracked as action items throughout the entire
     2004 Award of honor, Coalition for Adequate                   Construction Phase. We believe in processing each of the required documents as they are
     School housing/AIA California Council
     Evergreen Valley High School
                                                                   generated, allowing for review times to overlap with the construction period to the greatest
     2001 Merit Award, The American Institute of                   extent possible, whereby only the final lab reports, certifications, and final change orders
     Architects Santa Clara valley Chapter                         remain at the time of substantial completion. Steinberg Architects will established an internal
     Los Altos High School Arts & Science                          team to interface with the General Contractor to track and coordinate all closeout activities
     1999 honor Award, The American Institute of                   between the us and the District.
     Architects Santa Clara valley Chapter
     Davis Senior High School Library
     1997 honor Award, Coalition for Adequate School
     housing/AIA California Council
     Brewer Island Elementary School, Foster City
     1993 honor Award, Santa Clara valley Chapter
     American Institute of Architects
     Patwin Elementary School
     1993 Merit Award, California Council American
     Institute of Architects
     Patwin Elementary School




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                                                                                                  Crafton Hills College, Learning Resource Center




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     Student Centered Design
     Bellarmine College Preparatory, Master Plan &
     Sobrato Center for Humanities and the Arts
     San Jose, California

          Bellarmine College Preparatory High School is a Jesuit
          institution that has been cultivating great minds since 1851.
          Its students often go on to excel at top universities such
          as Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. For more than 20 years,
          Steinberg Architects has been the school’s strategic partner
          in all subsequent new buildings, renovations, funding cam-
          paigns, and campus improvements.




                                                                                                                                                                 The concentration of spaces into
                                                                                                                                                                 one building allowed the team
                                                                                                                                                                 to provide a robust technology
                                                                                                                                                                 infrastructure.




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The Cultural Heart of the Campus
The Sobrato Center for Humanities ant the Arts                In addition to the theater, the building will                                                 Completed | 2010
at Bellarmine College Preparatory School forms                house several General Education and Fine Art                                                  Size | 59,000 SF
the cultural heart of the existing campus quad                Classrooms, a Music Practice Room, a Ceramics                                                 Cost | $30,000,000
for this prestigious private school. This new                 Lab and kiln, and a Digital Technology Lab.
                                                                                                                                                            Program Elements
academic center includes a variety of environ-                The concentration of these spaces into a single
ments for students to learn in formal classroom               building also makes it more economical to                                                     Production & Sound Stages
                                                                                                                                                            Performance Space
settings, in groups, in a tutored setting, and                incorporate state-of-the-art technology into each                                             Broadcast Multi-Media
individually.                                                 discipline.                                                                                   440-seat Theater
                                                                                                                                                            1,600-SF ‘Black Box’ Theater
The facility is organized around a 440-seat the-              The building has been designed for LEED ®                                                     Orchestra Pit
ater that is outfitted with a large workshop and              Silver certification.                                                                         Green Room
                                                                                                                                                            General Classrooms
‘Black Box’ theater. Sloped seating, a traditional
                                                                                                                                                            Fine Arts Classrooms
orchestra pit, and robust infrastructure allow                                                                                                              Ceramic Studio and Kiln
the theater to accommodate a wide range of                                                                                                                  Digital Art Classroom w/Video
                                                                                                                                                            Production Studio
performances.
                                                                                                                                                            Large Music Practice Room
                                                                                                                                                            Faculty offices
                                                                                                                                                            Services
                                                                                                                                                            Facilities Assesment
                                                                                                                                                            Master Planning
                                                                                                                                                            Programming
                                                                                                                                                            Design thru Construction
                                                                                                                                                            Sustainable Design




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     Community Collaboration
     Evergreen Valley High School, Campus & Science Center
     and Performing Arts Center
     San Jose, California

          The design of this new state-of-the-art high school involved
          an extraordinary level of collaboration from the community,
          private industry leaders, the District, and faculty. Academic
          buildings are located around a central quad, which provides a
          secure and comfortable outdoor environment.
                                                                                                                                                           Students can select from a variety
                                                                                                                                                           of specialized academies including
                                                                                                                                                           performing arts or science.




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                                                                                                                                     The campus includes a variety of buildings includ-
                                                                                                                                     ing a library and general classroom building.




Supporting Student Success
The campus incorporates the concept of                       dance, choir, band and music, dressing rooms,                                                 Completed | 2010
specialized academies. Students are able to select           and storage facilities.                                                                       Size | 248,000 SF
coursework geared towards a specific area of                 The dramatic lobby has sizeable square footage                                                Cost | $82,598,000
interest. Faculty offices are located within each            for community events, including lounge areas,                                                 Program Elements
“academy” to provide greater accessibility and               refreshment stations, and a box office. The                                                   Academic Academies
proximity to resources. Small breakout rooms                 theater’s design incorporates soaring spaces                                                  Cafeteria/Multipurpose
allow for study groups, and student and faculty                                                                                                            Performing Arts Complex
                                                             accented by a 2-story window that faces the                                                   Athletic Plaza
meetings.                                                    campus’ public quad, which is adjacent to the                                                 Aquatic Center
                                                                                                                                                           Joint-Use Areas
The new 490-seat theater, which is utilized by               parking lot. This public courtyard creates an
                                                                                                                                                           City Services Office
the Arts & Humanities Academy, has a raised                  outdoor performance space.                                                                    Public Daycare
stage and stepped seating, orchestra pit, and
                                                                                                                                                           Services
control catwalk. The facility also includes a TV
                                                                                                                                                           Facilities Assesment
production studio, classrooms, practice space for                                                                                                          Master Planning
                                                                                                                                                           Programming
                                                                                                                                                           Design thru Construction
                                                                                                                                                           Sustainable Design




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     Developing Educational
     Priorities
     Helms Middle School
     San Pablo, California

          The design for this new campus overcomes challenging site
          conditions to address educational priorities and provides
          opportunities for community/joint-use.




                                                                                                                                                      The campus includes a variety of laboratory
                                                                                                                                                      and high tech spaces.




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                                                                                                                                                           The campus includes a joint-use
                                                                                                                                                           gymnasium that the entire com-
                                                                                                                                                           munity can access.



Defining an Identity
The design, which was developed in collabora-                administrative facilities, a media center,                                                    Completed | 2010
tion with Baker Vilar Architects, includes a                 12,000-square-foot gymnasium, lockers, and                                                    Size | 103,000 SF
multi-purpose building that is positioned at                 specialty areas such as fitness and dance facilities                                          Cost | $34,000,000
the site’s most prominent corner and acts as a               and an athletic complex. This configuration
                                                                                                                                                           Program Elements
civic icon. The student courtyard connects to                provides a secure barrier to student activity and
classroom buildings situated as part of a serene             allows direct supervision from several locations.                                             Administration
                                                                                                                                                           Athletic Fields
and protected environment, arced along the                   A future community center will anchor the edge.                                               Cafeteria
tree-lined San Pablo River. Each classroom                   The design anticipates a future focus on small                                                Classrooms & Labs
building surrounds a smaller scaled courtyard                learning environments by providing flexible                                                   Joint-Use Gymnasium
                                                                                                                                                           Library
opening onto the spacious central commons.                   facilities that can be adjusted to 3 small-school                                             Multipurpose Room
                                                             pods, separated by grade levels, departments, or                                              Outdoor Amphitheater
Across the commons are the more public and
                                                             curriculum.
joint-use spaces, which comprise the public                                                                                                                Services
face of the school. This public edge contains                                                                                                              Facilities Assesment
                                                                                                                                                           Master Planning
                                                                                                                                                           Programming
                                                                                                                                                           Design thru Construction
                                                                                                                                                           Sustainable Design




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     Sustainable Planning
     Los Angeles Harbor College, Master Plan &
     Northeast Academic Hall & Student Services &
     Administration Building
     Wilmington, California

          Starting in 2004 as the selected master planner, Steinberg                                                                              Steinberg Architects was recently honored by
                                                                                                                                                  the Architecture Foundation of Los Angeles and
          Architects simultaneously programmed all 24 anticipated                                                                                 received the 2009 Design Green Merit award for
          projects outlined in the original master plan including                                                                                 the design of this facility.

          the new Student Services and Administration Building.
          Embracing sustainable design is a driver of their planning
          process, evidenced by constructing the first LEED Gold
          certified buildings.




     HARBOR CITY

      Wilmington Drain


      Kaiser Permanente                                                               Riparian Woodland
      South Medical Center
                                                                                      Harbor Park Golf Course
      Ken Malloy Harbor
      Regional Park
                                                                                                                                            WAY




                                                                 Machado
                                                                 Lake
                                                                                                                                   110 FREE




      LACCD                                                                                 LAHC           LOS ANGELES
                                                                                           Driving
                                                                                                             HARBOR
                                                                                           Range
                                                                                                             COLLEGE                                                     WILMINGTON
      Los Angeles
      Recreation & Park                                                                Freshwater Marsh




      Habitat Restoration Area                                                Conoco Philips Petroleum

                                                                                    REGIONAL CONTEXT
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                                                                                                                                                           This new classroom building
                                                                                                                                                           combines state-of-the-art lecture
                                                                                                                                                           and lab facilities, as well as
                                                                                                                                                           faculty offices. Over 80% of the
                                                                                                                                                           spaces feature natural light.

Creating a Sustainable Campus
The new LEED® Gold certified Northeast                       aesthetic expression in exposed structural                                                    Completed | 2010
Academic Hall at Los Angeles Harbor College                  elements such as columns, beams, metal decks,                                                 Size | 68,000 SF
serves as the centerpiece of the new campus                  and concrete floors containing 15% flyash. The                                                Cost | $22,300,000
entry and provides students and staff with a                 durable and easy to maintain polished concrete
                                                                                                                                                           Program Elements
welcoming, cohesive, and coherent setting.                   floors also act as thermal mass reducing the
The building includes a mixture of flexible and              cooling load.                                                                                 Classrooms
                                                                                                                                                           Computer Labs
high-tech classrooms, including computer labs,               The building is 36% more energy efficient than                                                Conference Rooms
and lecture halls for the Math, Communications,              California Title 24 requirements. It saves 45%                                                Faculty Offices & Support Areas
Social Science, and Behavioral Science depart-                                                                                                             Lecture Halls
                                                             potable water use, and treats its storm water
ments.                                                       runoff onsite. During construction the team
These classrooms support a broad range of                    diverted 96% of construction waste from the                                                   Services
teaching styles, from traditional white boards               landfill and 47% of their building materials were                                             Facilities Assesment
to the latest in digital media. The classroom                sourced from regional manufacturers. Overall                                                  Master Planning
                                                                                                                                                           Programming
furniture is set up to accommodate multiple                  design maximizes natural light and ventilation,
                                                                                                                                                           Design thru Construction
configurations, depending on the size of the                 creating healthy spaces for working and learning                                              Sustainable Design
class and the preferred teaching method.                     throughout the buildings.
Sustainability is infused into the overall
architectural design through smart envelope
design including orientation, daylighting and
shading strategies. Resource efficiency finds




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     Accomodating Growth
     Crafton Hills College, Master Plan and Learning Resource
     Center
     Yucaipa, California

          Crafton Hills College (CHC) is one of many rapidly growing
          community colleges in Southern California’s Inland Empire. With
          enrollment expected to more than double by 2025, the college
          required a full-scale master planning effort, which not only
          outlines a framework for growth, but also uses the organizational
          structure of clusters and transitions to provide a variety of learn-
          ing environments and establish a recognizable identity for the                                                                 We are privileged to have continued our relationship
          campus.                                                                                                                        with Crafton Hills College as the Architect for their
                                                                                                                                         new Learning Resource Center and the Communica-
                                                                                                                                         tion Recreation Center.




                                                                                                                               Community
                                                                                                                               Recreation
          Maintenance & Operations


                                                                                               health/Physical                                                           Emergency
                                                                                                 Education                                                                Services
                                                                                                                        Student
                                                                                                                        Center


            Child
         Development
         & Education                                                                                                                                                   Sciences/
                                                                                                                                                                       Math/BIT

                                                                                                                                                   Fine Arts


                                                                                                Library

                                                                                   Student
                                                                                   Services



                                                                                                                             humanities




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Creating Memorable and Interactive
Spaces
The building combines the current Library,                    A key component to the design of this building                                                Completed | 2010
Learning Center, and Campus Data Center                       is the Living Wall. This site feature links the                                               Size | 58,500 SF
components into a single structure.                           campus both horizontally and vertically. It                                                   Cost | $25,400,000
                                                              provides an accessible path of travel from the
Within the Learning Center, students have                                                                                                                   Program Elements
                                                              future parking structure at the west end of
access to open labs of wired carrels, computer                                                                                                              Classrooms
                                                              campus to the central heart of the campus.
workstations, and reader tables as well as                                                                                                                  Auditorium
                                                              It is in and of itself a destination combining                                                Gallery
breakout spaces for tutoring and group study. A
                                                              landscape, seating and lighting and will serve as                                             Library & Learning Centers
teaching center for faculty and staff is included                                                                                                           Multi-Purpose Rooms
                                                              the main transition from the upper portion of
that allows users to improve lecture techniques                                                                                                             Teaching & Learning Center
                                                              the campus down 20-feet to the location of the                                                Technology & AV Services
and receive training on utilizing smart class-
                                                              new Learning Resource Center.
room components and incorporating technol-                                                                                                                  Services
ogy into their curriculum. Integration of an
                                                                                                                                                            Facilities Assesment
Art Gallery, Community Room, and a 100-seat                                                                                                                 Master Planning
Lecture Room finalizes the building’s program,                                                                                                              Programming
furthering the relationship between the College                                                                                                             Design thru Construction
                                                                                                                                                            Sustainable Design
and the growing community of Yucaipa.




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     Designing for the Future
     West Valley College, Fox Technology Center
     Saratoga, California

          Recognizing the importance of technology in education,
          West Valley College selected Steinberg Architects for a new
          technology center that embodies the College’s commitment
          to the advancement of instructional computing and distance
          learning. The Fox Center is to be the model from which the
          college defines future technology and design standards for all
          learning environments on the campus.                                                                                                                   The Fox Center also provides a
                                                                                                                                                                 new Gateway to the campus and
                                                                                                                                                                 provides a welcoming beacon to
                                                                                                                                                                 students both day and night.




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                                3
     GROUND LEVEL
                                                                                                 0   10'                   50'                                 All classroom and lecture space
                                                                                                                                                               are equipped with state-of-the
                                                                                                                                                               art technology.
      GROUND LEVEL
1.   Main Entry Plaza                    7.    Distance Learning Classrooms 0                        10'
                                                                                                           13.      Collaborative Learning Area
                                                                                                                           50'
2.   Main Entry Lobby                    8.    Distance Learning Control Booth                             14.      Offices
3.   Multimedia Lecture Hall             9.    Server Room                                                 15.      Conference Room
4.   Multimedia Classrooms               10.   Southeast Entry Plaza                                       16.      Restrooms
5.   Student Center Entry Plaza          11.   Open Student Areas
6.   Technology Learning classrooms      12.   Group Study Rooms




Creating a Technology Rich Environment
The Fox Center’s location as the new campus                          the building encourage students to remain on                                              Completed | 2010
gateway underscores its importance as a                              campus and interact with their classmates and                                             Size | 30,000 SF
landmark building. New courtyards at the park-                       faculty.
                                                                                                                                                               Cost | $14,000,000
ing/entry and adjacent to the existing student                       A variety of technological resources are inte-                                            Program Elements
center complement established courtyards                             grated into the facility in order to give faculty
and circulation patterns. The Center’s design                        the opportunity to experiment and implement a
                                                                                                                                                               Classrooms
                                                                                                                                                               Computer Labs
provides a level of transparency that permits                        variety of different instructional strategies. Users                                      Distance Learning Labs
users a view of the common areas and courtyard.                      have seamless access to the Internet, computer                                            Group STudent Rooms
Every room has an orientation to the corridor                        labs, classrooms, and other campus resources.
                                                                                                                                                               Lecture Hall
                                                                                                                                                               Faculty Technology Center
and the outdoors.
                                                                                                                                                               Services
The Fox Center includes a mixture of both
“active” social spaces and “passive” study spaces                                                                                                              Facilities Assesment
                                                                                                                                                               Master Planning
that support individual and group learning. The                                                                                                                Programming
availability of wireless access, courtyards, and                                                                                                               Design thru Construction
introduction of group study areas in and around                                                                                                                Sustainable Design




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     Additional Experience:

     Cultural and Performing Arts
                                                                                       Archbishop Mitty High School, Thomas Kinkade
                                                                                       Center For The Arts
                                                                                       San Jose, California

                                                                                       After completing the master plan for this Catholic high school in San Jose,
                                                                                       Steinberg Architects was responsible for the conversion of an existing cafeteria/
                                                                                       multi-purpose building into a new 370-seat theater.
                                                                                       The interiors of the theater were designed to be simple, functional and fun, yet
                                                                                       reflect the rich theatrical tradition. Rich, dynamic purples, yellows, and reds
                                                                                       were utilized throughout the finishes, and the dramatic red seats and stage
                                                                                       curtain maintain the classic feel. Ticketing and refreshment stands are part of
                                                                                       the main lobby that spills out onto a large plaza. This outdoor reception area
                                                                                       connects the Arts and Humanities Building with the adjacent new multi-
                                                                                       purpose building and amphitheater. The amphitheater is utilized frequently for
                                                                                       performances, speaker presentations, and other school functions.



                                                                                       Presentation High School, Valenzuela Theater
                                                                                       Classroom Complex
                                                                                       San Jose, California

                                                                                       Masterplanning, feasibility studies, programming, design, and construction
                                                                                       administration services were provided for this state-of-the art building that
                                                                                       includes 7 classrooms, a 250-seat auditorium with stage, and an outdoor
                                                                                       amphitheater. Steinberg Architects also assisted in the school’s fundraising
                                                                                       efforts by producing a rendering that prompted a $1 million donation. The
                                                                                       design team met tight deadlines in order to achieve donor objectives.




                                                                                       Mountain View High School, Performing Arts Center
                                                                                       & Theater
                                                                                       Mountain View, California

                                                                                       Steinberg Architects collaborated with the Mountain View-Los Altos Union
                                                                                       High School District to design new theater buildings for both of the District’s
                                                                                       high schools. The 385-seat theater at Mountain View High School has a raised
                                                                                       stage with stepped seating, an orchestra pit, and a control catwalk. The 385-seat
                                                                                       performing arts theater at Los Altos Union High School includes a raised stage
                                                                                       and a stepped seating design.




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Evergreen Valley College, Visual and Performing
Arts Center
San Jose, California

The new Visual and Performing Arts Center is designed not merely to offer
much needed space for Drama, Art and Music programs, but also to engage the
individual with unique materials and a sculptural design. This building and the
Library & Education Technology Center, also designed by Steinberg Architects,
form two new gateways at the east and west edges of the Evergreen Valley
College Campus.




Pierce Community College, Performance Theater
Renovation
Woodland Hills, California

The goal of the new Pierce College Performing Arts Building ADA
Improvements and Renovation project is to elevate the quality of the existing
space, upgrade fundamental elements of the building, and make the building
accessible to all students and the surrounding community.
Equipped with a new Box Office, the front entrance will provide a new image
complete with new exterior seating, benches, and guardrail. By placing the new
Box Office at one side of lobby, the design provides more space at the main
entry and offers a more prominent social space for pre- and post event gather-
ings.




CSU, Monterey Bay, World Theater and Teledramatic
Arts and Technology Institute
Seaside, California

An existing movie theater was transformed into this state of the art facility
which includes a 450 seat theater which incorporate step seating, raised stage,
teaching control booth, and dressing rooms. This renovation also includes
production studios, stages, and media links to regional television station for
broadcasts from campus. The facility is tied through fiber-optic cables to the
performing arts complex allowing taping, editing and direct broadcast.




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& Technology
                                                                                         Skyline College, Science Annex
                                                                                         San Bruno, California

                                                                                         The new Science Annex Building for Skyline College will serve as a new “gate-
                                                                                         way” to the campus, in tandem with the adjacent Student Center. The Science
                                                                                         Annex also adjoins the existing science building through a new common entry
                                                                                         lobby. The project team successfully teamed with Hensel Phelps and Fentress
                                                                                         Bradburn on this Design-Build project.
                                                                                         The new facility provides 6 new biology and chemistry teaching laboratories, as
                                                                                         well as faculty and staff support space and a Science/Math/Technology Division
                                                                                         Office. Significant improvements to the campus site around the new buildings
                                                                                         also provide new outdoor spaces and gathering areas for students and faculty.




                                                                                         Vanguard University, Townsend Academic Center
                                                                                         for Science & Technology
                                                                                         Costa Mesa, California

                                                                                         The Townsend Academic Center for Science and Technology was designed to be
                                                                                         an iconic structure in the heart of campus that supports Vanguard University’s
                                                                                         campaign to become a top-tier Christian higher education institution. The new
                                                                                         facility will be home to the Nursing Program and the School of Natural Sciences
                                                                                         & Mathematics, which includes biology, chemistry, computer applications,
                                                                                         kinesiology, and mathematics. The new facility will be a center of excellence that
                                                                                         supports research, new technology, and science labs.




                                                                                         Evergreen Valley College, Acacia Science Facility
                                                                                         San Jose, California

                                                                                         The remodeling of this standard 1960s classroom space into a 21st century
                                                                                         chemistry and physics lab required the addition of water, gas, and air lines for
                                                                                         the lab benches. Special HVAC consideration was given to the exhaust systems
                                                                                         for the required fume hoods. Voice and data lines were also routed into the
                                                                                         facility, providing connections to the campus network. The renovations of the
                                                                                         science facility also provided upgrades to the entire fire alarm system for this
                                                                                         and adjacent spaces. The challenge of this project was completing the renova-
                                                                                         tions while classes were being conducted in the spaces below.




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Evergreen Valley College, Library & Educational
Technology Center
San Jose, California

Following the success of our Master Plan for this College, Steinberg was
selection to design a new Library and Learning Resource Center and Visual and
Performing Arts Center that are strategically placed with the college campus site
to connect both campus entry points to create a central corridor. The Library
combines three formerly disparate departments into a single building: The
Library, Educational Technology Center, and Instructional Technology Center.




Golden West College, Learning Resource Center
San Jose, California

The design of this new state-of-the-art high school involved an extraordinary
level of collaboration from the community, private industry leaders, the District,
and faculty. Academic buildings are located around a central quad, which
provides a secure and comfortable outdoor environment. The high school is
surrounded by an athletic plaza with soccer, baseball, football, and track fields,
and an aquatic center surrounds a second, public quad that is available for
community events.
The campus incorporates the concept of specialized academies. Students are able
to select coursework geared towards a specific area of interest. Faculty offices are
located within each “academy” to provide greater accessibility and proximity to
resources. Small breakout rooms allow for study groups, and student and faculty
meetings.


Davis Senior High School, Davis Library &
Classroom Building
Davis, California

The new Classroom Building at Davis Senior High School combines a 2-story,
18,000-SF classroom wing and a 1-story, 15,000-SF library. As a technology
hub for the campus, access to the library is available from every classroom
site as well as providing outreach to the University and other resources via the
Internet. The flexibility of the classroom layout allows for future expansion.
Natural light inspired the interior design of the building. The classroom wing
is strategically sited to add protection to the library and serve as a shield
from southern and western solar rays. The classrooms have windows that are
protected by a series of sun controls. This project was developed as part of a
facilities master plan and programming studies for Davis High School that also
included future plans for the remodeling, modernization, and new construction
of a gymnasium and Fine Arts Center.
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     Additional Experience:

     Classrooms
                                                                                       Los Angeles Unified School District, Vista Middle
                                                                                       School
                                                                                       Los Angeles, California

                                                                                       This new middle school creates a strong community presence through its
                                                                                       campus-like environment that encompasses a series of courtyards. The site is
                                                                                       bounded by a busy commercial street and a residential neighborhood. Dropoff
                                                                                       entries elicit a sense of welcoming on either side and evenly distribute traffic
                                                                                       flow.
                                                                                       The multi-purpose room, library, and gymnasium are placed at critical points
                                                                                       on campus and act as anchor points, with 2- and 3-story classrooms in between.
                                                                                       Double height columns and canopies are incorporated into the exterior and
                                                                                       carried through to form the internal courtyard scheme. Internal gradation of
                                                                                       classrooms—smallest to largest—creates interlocking interior and exterior space
                                                                                       for use as outdoor classrooms and performance stages.


                                                                                       Riverside Community College, A.G. Paul Quadrangle
                                                                                       Riverside, California

                                                                                       Founded in 1916 and originally designed by local Riverside architect G. Stanley
                                                                                       Wilson, the Riverside City College Quad has evolved through five construction
                                                                                       phases spanning 50 years. In 2002, the college submitted the project to the state
                                                                                       for funding to modernize the building. A 1970s-era addition was removed,
                                                                                       and a new classroom and office wing was built in its place. The remaining three
                                                                                       wings were renovated and the exterior was restored. Although the design of the
                                                                                       new wing adheres to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines,
                                                                                       it is a modern interpretation of the building’s Mission Revival style and is not
                                                                                       meant to merely replicate the existing structure.




                                                                                       San Jose State University, Boccardo
                                                                                       Business School
                                                                                       San Jose, California

                                                                                       The Boccardo Business School houses an interactive computer resource
                                                                                       center with 292 workstations, and 26 lecture rooms/classrooms of various
                                                                                       sizes to accommodate varying teaching needs. Each of the lecture rooms and
                                                                                       classrooms include state-of-the-art projection systems and teaching equipment.
                                                                                       Smart podiums allow for flexible instruction by giving instructors the ability to
                                                                                       display live or pre-recorded video images and computer generated information.
                                                                                       The technology infrastructure includes a high-speed intranet which ties to the
                                                                                       campus’s fiber-optic network, providing access to educational and business
                                                                                       resources on the Web.




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F. Experience with Green Technology

Sustainable design has always been a core value for Steinberg Architects. We are committed to
practicing a holistic approach to planning and building design that results in the efficient use of
materials, energy, water, and land. All of our designs conform to the California Green Building
Standards Code and we are experts in ensuring all of our projects meet or exceed all LEED
Certification or Collaborative for High Performing Schools (CHPS) requirements. From the
beginning of a project concept, we strive to promote a green approach to all aspects of a project
including financing including Direct Purchase Agreements and Power Purchase Agreements,
partnerships with grass-roots green efforts, interpretive programs where developments are
actually used to showcase sustainable strategies through education and design approaches that
are flexible and can be adapted over time.
We have always sought to create high performance facilities that ensure optimal health,
comfort, and productivity for the people that use them while protecting ecosystems and saving
energy and resources. Our designs search for ways to incorporate nature’s “free” services (wind,                                     Steinberg Architects Office
sun, thermal properties, greenhouse principles, light, etc...) to result in high quality indoor                                      Steinberg Architects’ office was the first LEED®
spaces that minimally impact the environment, promote resource conservation, and reduce                                              Commercial Interiors-certified project in the City of
                                                                                                                                     Los Angeles.
operation and maintenance costs.
Recent sustainable projects of note include the largest single contract, non-utility owned,                                          LEED® PROJECTS
photo-voltaic (PV) installation in the United States for Contra Costa Community College
District. In collaboration with Chevron Energy Solutions, Steinberg Architects provided                                              COMPLETED
full design services for this $30M project that consists of three 10-megawatt PV panels to be                                        San Jose Civic Center, LEED® Platinum
                                                                                                                                     Pacific Center Ballroom Historic Renovation, LEED®
installed in the parking lots of each of the three District campuses to provide a majority of the
                                                                                                                                     Silver
energy at each campus.                                                                                                               Los Angeles Harbor College, Northeast Academic
As leaders in sustainable design, Steinberg Architects designed the first sustainable design                                         Buildilng, LEED® Gold
                                                                                                                                     Los Angeles Harbor College, Student Services and
USGBC pilot project and received LEED® Silver certification for the Bachelor Enlisted Quarters
                                                                                                                                     Administration Building, LEED® Gold
buildings at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center. Building on this success, Steinberg                                              Crafton Hills College, Learning Resource Center,
Architects is in the process of completing CSU, Fullerton’s Phase III Student Housing project                                        LEED® Gold
which is targeting LEED Platinum and will be the first LEED Platinum certified student                                               Great Lakes Naval Academy, LEED® Silver
housing project in California. We also recently completed the new Los Angeles Harbor College                                         The Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life, LEED®
Northeast Academic Hall and Student Service and Administration Building, Los Angeles                                                 Silver
                                                                                                                                     Camden Community Center, LEED® Silver
Community College District’s first LEED Gold Certified project. LACCD has the largest
                                                                                                                                     Skyline College, Administration, Cosmetology and
sustainable design program in the nation.                                                                                            General Classroom Buildling, LEED® Silver
We employ more than 35 LEED Accredited Professionals on staff with capabilities to perform                                           Los Angeles City College, Martin Luther King Jr.
                                                                                                                                     Learning Resources Center and Library, LEED®
climate analysis, conduct energy modeling at conceptual design phases and establish strategies
                                                                                                                                     Certified
for high performance buildings, solar studies, daylight simulations, Photovoltaic analyses,
establish LEED goals and strategies There are a variety of design strategies that are available to                                   IN DESIGN
the design team and appropriate that will be considered as part of the design process.                                               CSU Fullerton, Phase III, LEED® Platinum
                                                                                                                                     Santa Monica College, Student Service Center,
• Solar orientation as a vehicle for low energy            • High-performance and lower level lighting                               LEED® Gold
  consumption                                              • Natural ventilation to reduce mechanical                                New Mexico State University, Chamisa Village Phase
• Efficient water and wastewater technologies                loads and core space                                                    II, LEED® Gold
                                                                                                                                     Los Angeles City College, Health, Fitness and PE
• High-performance glazing and exterior                    • Regional, low-emitting, recycled and                                    Building, LEED® Silver
  solar shading systems                                      rapidly renewable materials selection                                   Allan Hancock College, Student Services Center,
                                                                                                                                     LEED® Silver
• Photovoltaics and other renewable energies               • Construction and operational waste
                                                                                                                                     Allan Hancock College, Fine Arts Complex | LEED®
• Enhanced natural day lighting through                      management                                                              Silver
  the use of light shelves, high ceilings and                                                                                        Crafton Hills College, Parking Structure I, LEED®
  appropriate materials                                                                                                              Certified
                                                                                                                                     Los Angeles Valley College, Student Services Center,
                                                                                                                                     LEED® Certified
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                                                                                                                                                            Section G | Litigation History   43




G. Litigation History

In the 58-year history of the firm, Steinberg Architects, inclusive of its employees, has never
been deemed liable in any lawsuit filed with regard to projects on which we have provided
architectural services. Steinberg Architects has never been terminated or disqualified from
working for any public entity.
For the past seven years, our firm has not been involved in any litigation related to claims for
errors and omissions. Prior to that period of time, two claims were satisfactorily settled out of
court.
Steinberg Architects has not filed a petition for bankruptcy during its 58 years in business.




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H. Criminal Prosecution History

In the 58-year history of the firm, Steinberg Architects, inclusive of its employees, has never
been deemed liable in any lawsuit filed with regard to projects on which we have provided
architectural services. Steinberg Architects has never been terminated or disqualified fro
working for any public entity.
Their have been no complaints lodged against us with any local public agency, any agency of
the State of California, or any other professional organization with which we are affiliated with.




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I. Insurance Claims History

No claims have been made against Steinberg Architects in the last five years. For your review I
have included a copy of our insurance certification, including contact information, which can
be found in the attachments. We have used this insurances carrier for over five years.




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J. References
     For the clients listed below, we have completed various projects
     on each of their campuses which are DSA Certified, as noted
     below. We would be pleased to arrange a site visit to any of these
     locations.


BELLARMINE COLLEGE PREPARATORY

Father Paul Sheridan, President                              Project | Sobrato Center for Humanities & the Arts
960 West Hedding Street                                      Construction value | $30,000,000
San Jose, CA 95126                                           Project Duration | Confidential
(408) 537-9212                                               DSA Certification | N/A - Private Facility



CRAFTON hILLS COLLEGE

Gloria Macías harrison, President                            Project | Learning Resource Center & Misc. Projects
11711 Sand Canyon Road                                       Construction value | $25,400,000
Yucaipa, CA 92399-1799                                       Project Duration | 2008-2010
gharris@craftonhills.edu                                     DSA Certification | Closeout In Process
(909) 389-3200



ALLAN hANCOCK COLLEGE

Felix hernandez Jr., vP Facilities & Operations              Project | Fine Arts Complex & Theater Arts Complex
800 South College Drive                                      Construction value | $35,000,000
Santa Maria, CA 93454-6399                                   Project Duration | TBD
fhernandez@hancockcollege.edu                                DSA Certification | In Construction
(805) 922-6966 ext. 3539



LOS ANGELES vALLEY COLLEGE

Tom Jacobsmeyer, vP Administrative Services                  Project | Student Services & Administration Building &
5800 Fulton Ave                                              Misc. Projects
Glen, CA 91401                                               Construction value | $15,900,000
jacobsmt@lavc.edu                                            Project Duration |2005-2010
(818) 947-2337                                               DSA Certification | Closeout In Process


RIvERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Orin Williams, Associate vice Chancellor, Facilities         Project | A. G. Paul Quadrangle
3845 Market St.                                              Construction value | $16,310,000
Riverside, CA 92501                                          Project Duration |2002-2008
orin.williams@rcc.edu                                        DSA Certification | A#04-106550
(951) 222-8201



LOS ANGELES hARBOR COLLEGE

Marvin Martinez, President                                   Project | Student Services & Administration Building
1111 Figueroa Place                                          Construction value | $38,200,000
Wilmington, CA 90744                                         Project Duration | 2003-2008
martinma@lahc.edu                                            DSA Certification | Closeout In Process
(310) 233-4010



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                                                         Many of the large projects we have had the opportunity to build at various colleges and schools
                                                         require smaller projects to be done in advance in order to accommodate program relocation
                                                         other than the final building, temporary swing space, utility upgrades, etc. Many of our clients
                                                         have requested that we complete these projects quickly and as a separate application to DSA in
                                                         order to shorten the approval time.
                                                         This has been the case with both Crafton Hills College and Los Angeles Valley College. At
                                                         Crafton Hills College, we relocated Administrative Services and Campus Police to take
                                                         advantage of the site-wide infrastructure upgrades required to build the Learning Resource
                                                         Center. At Los Angeles Valley College, we relocated and upgraded the IT Center in order
                                                         to allow an increased IT capacity that would be necessary to accommodate the new Student
                                                         Services Building.




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                                                                                                                                Section K | Experience with State Regulatory Agencies   55




K. Experience with State Regulatory Agencies

Our understanding is that Academy and Performing Arts Center requires further clarification
of its educational goals and the program/facilities that will best fulfill that goal. Once defined,
the funding, design and approval processes can begin. Steinberg Architects has experience
working with State Regulatory Agencies at all phases of a project – from initial space allocation
to obtaining funding to project close-out. We approach each State Agency not as a burden but
as an opportunity to build upon our established relationships.
Besides being thoroughly knowledgeable about agency requirements, early discussion with
our contacts at these agencies allows us to plan appropriately for the potential issues that may
arise within each project. We can develop alternative approaches and collaborate with agency
staff to reach effective compromises. Our intent is to bring our teams’ knowledge, experience
and relationships to that of the District to arrive at a project that not only obtains the necessary
funding and approvals, but also embodies the educational goals and meets the needs of the
community.
Due to the project’s construction on un-built land, we will work with the District and
Department of Toxic Substances Control to implement any mitigation plans, if required.
Understanding the School Facility Program requirements to have the State Allocation Board
recommend reusable facility plans, we are willing to work with the District and the Office of
Public School Construction to review their “Prototype School Designs” to determine if any
could provide cost savings that do not undermine the vision and goals for the project.
We have successfully assisted numerous educational institutions with obtaining state approval
through the Division of the State Architect. In the process of gaining approval on hundreds
of projects, we have developed a strong relationship with DSA representatives and thorough
understanding of approval criteria over the last 25 years. This familiarity and knowledge
greatly benefits our clients by streamlining the approval process. We have been successful in
working with the Los Angeles, Oakland and San Diego DSA offices to meet aggressive project
schedules and we have reduced the typical DSA review time frame on past educational projects
by incorporating a variety of approaches, each customized to the particular District need. Last
year alone, Steinberg Architects’ Los Angeles office successfully received DSA approval for
nearly $100 million in construction projects.
MITIGATING APPROvAL DELAYS: We have been successful in mitigating delays on past educa-
tional projects by incorporating a variety of approaches customized to the District’s need. These
include:
• Meeting with all applicable reviewing agencies at the outset of the project to establish an
  accurate project schedule.
• Meeting with State Agencies including the Office of Public School Construction, DSA,
  the local Fire Department, and appropriate Public Works Departments during the design
  process to review the project design, their expectations, and to discuss specific compliance
  issues.
• Submitting written requests for use of outside plan checker when it appeared the agency
  would not be able to meet the necessary schedule.




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                                                                                                                                                 Section L | Knowledge of State Funding   57




L. Knowledge of State Funding

Steinberg Architects understands the challenges that educational institutions face in funding
projects, particularly in difficult economic times, and we are eager to work with you to explore
every viable funding source. As a firm that has successfully completed dozens of major projects
throughout California, Steinberg Architects has provided supporting documentation to help
our clients work with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, Department
of Finance, as well as the Office of Public School Construction and State Allocation Board
to obtain the necessary state funding for a variety of projects. We have also worked with our
partners to explore creative development ideas that not only enhance the District’s visibility
within the community, but also have the potential to provide alternative sources of income.
We have individual in-house expertise on staff who have years of experience participating in
the School Facility Program to obtain funding grants, including one member who is a leader of
a successful local charter school and in the process of obtaining a grant to start a new charter
school. They fully understand Senate Bill 50 (Greene) as well as ensuring Assembly Bill 14 and
AB 16 and their impact on the procedures that the SFP must follow.




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                                                                                                                                               Section M | Project Plan and Methodology     59




M. Project Plan & Methodology

Project Plan
From the very first meeting, you will see that our approach is participatory and interactive. At
the project kick-off workshops, we will define and establish project goals, mutual expectations,
responsibilities, schedules, deliverables (what needs to be provides by us), and approval
(what needs to be provided by you), and clear routs of communication. We have found that
addressing all of these issues at the outset of the project helps to create the sense of partner-
                                                                                                                                     QUALITY
ships, positive team spirit, and trust needed effectively communicate throughout the life of the                                     Taube-Koret Campus for Jewish Life
project.                                                                                                                             Palo Alto, California

PROJECT CALENDAR - Once the Work Plan is finalized, a project calendar will be produced and
                                                                                                                                     The success of these proactive activities is demon-
distributed to the project team. This initial calendar will outline all key milestones, meetings,                                    strated in a recent project. The Taube-Koret Campus
workshops and review, noting product deliverables. As the project progresses, updated project                                        for Jewish Life, located in Palo Alto, recently com-
calendars showing phase durations will be developed to provide greater detail and updates of                                         pleted the initial building permit review comments.
                                                                                                                                     The 3rd party reviewer commented: “You get the
meetings and due dates.                                                                                                              gold star for lessons learned. All the information
WORKShOPs - Workshops which allow the project team, users, administration, faculty and                                               was right where I needed it to be.” There were 175
                                                                                                                                     comments from the initial round of comments on
students to meet and focus on the issues will play a key role in determining the overall goals,                                      the Architectural documents (370 of 1200 sheets).
objectives and design during the programming and design phases. Workshops will be used                                               Comprised of twelve (12) buildings on 8.5 acres,
concurrently with meetings and questionnaires to review information and enable participa-                                            the $170M (construction value) project is currently
                                                                                                                                     under construction.
tion. We have found that these workshops plan an important part in determining the overall
quality and accuracy of gathered data and to build consensus for the design direction through
the group’s sharing of information and perspective.

MEETING AGENDAS - Agendas will be prepared in advance of meetings, outlining issues to
be discussed, issues requiring resolution, and the proposed time frame for the meeting. The
agenda, together with prepared materials, will be sent to all participants prior to the meeting to
promote productive sessions.


Quality Assurance & Quality Control
Our quality assurance philosophy is holistic and encompasses all aspects of our architectural
practice. Quality assurance goals and standards are an integral part of our strategic plan and are
instituted in all departments within our organization. We utilize the following practices in the
management of every project we do:

PROPRIETARY PROJECT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Steinberg Architects’ commitment to quality is evidenced by the fact that we have our own
proprietary project management system, PROTRACK, that incorporates budget, schedule,
and design control into an integrated system of milestone checklists and software-based
tools. PROTRACK integrates quality control in every step of project development and assigns
responsibilities for technical proficiency to the whole project team. Adherence to these
measures is overseen by our Quality Assurance Task Force. These reviews cover three main
areas critical to project success in order to minimize potential errors and omissions.
DESIGN REvIEW—A Design Partner, in conjunction with the QA Task Force, completes a Design
Review at project milestones. The review aims to verify that the project meets the scope, design
criteria, client needs, and program, while evaluating the project size, configuration, architec-




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 lding Studio for preliminary energy analysis. A gbXML file can also be imported into eQUEST for
nalysis of whole building energy performance. Revit can also export an SAT file for importing geometry
 sign for advance thermal comfort and airflow calculations.


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                                                                                           tural expression, materials, and basic systems. The Project Team receives comments that align
                                                                                           project design with overall design goals prior to proceeding to the next phase.
                                                                                           TEChNICAL REvIEW—As the Design Review progresses, a Peer Reviewer with specific expertise
                                                                                           in the particular building type conducts a plan check for code compliance, building system
                                                                                           coordination, specifications consistency, detail refinement and ensures that overall standards
                                                                                           are being met.
                                                                                           MANAGEMENT REvIEW—Following each sequence of the above-mentioned Reviews, a
                                                                                           Management Review is convened to discuss the overall project status and client approvals.
                 BIM Architectural Model
                     Figure 1 – ELAC Building, SketchUp Architectural Model

                                                                                           COMPREHENSIVE DOCUMENT REVIEWS
 ilding Studio                                                                             Prior to and following milestone submittals, each member of the Architectural/Engineering
 lding Studio was used to analyze the first pass of energy efficiency measures, such as improving the
                                                                                                team will review the drawings and specifications to coordinate their scope of work. These
performance for exterior walls, roofs, and windows. In addition to analyzing the effects of orientation and
elements, Green Building Studio creates an intermediate file that can be easily exported for further analysis
                                                                                                are objective Quality Assurance reviews of the documents to evaluate code compliance,
UEST for whole building energy simulations of the proposed architectural design and detailed MEP systems.
                                                                                           constructibility, document coordination, and completeness. These reviews are supplemented
                                                                                           by designated quality control checks performed by experienced senior staff during document
                                                                                           development, with a final “Fresh Eyes” review by a senior staff member who has not otherwise
                                                                                           been involved in the project development. The quality control checks are based on checklists
                                                                                           developed over the years and tailored to the specific project.

                                                                                           TEAM CONTINUITY
                                                                                           Finally, we have found the two most important aspects of quality assurance are consistency and
                                                                                           continuity. The team who begins the project is the same one who finishes it.

                                                                                           BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
                                                                                           Steinberg Architects is currently working on seven projects that utilize an integrated Building
                                                                                           Information Modeling (BIM) approach which “builds” a project virtually before building it
                                                                                           in reality. One of the key benefits of this technology is that it enables us to work seamlessly
                                                                                           not only with our client, but also with each member of the design team and, ideally, the
                                                                                           construction manager from the earliest stages of the project. The ability to directly develop
                                                                                           and coordinate work products allows us to have meaningful discussions that can help us
                                                                                           determine how to combine form and function—as well as sustainable design imperatives—into
                                                                                           a self-sustaining design. It also enables us to discover inconsistencies before they become
                                                                                           major problems in the field. This results in clearer, more accurate construction documents and
                                                                                           reduces an owner’s risk of change orders dramatically.
                                                                                           BIM documentation during the design development phase also provides an opportunity to
                                                                                           improve communication with our clients and end users. Animations and renderings can also
                                                                                           be readily produced to give the client, stakeholders, and the public a more accurate feel for the
                                                                                           design.


                                                                                           Cost Estimating
                                                                                           Early in the process, Steinberg Architects and Cumming LLC will provide comparable cost
                                                                                           estimates of similar project types. These will have either been recently designed or bid in order
                                                                                           to benchmark the cost estimate provided in the Initial Project Proposal and determine if it is
                                                                                           in line with recent estimates. This benchmarking allows us to begin the project with a shared
                                                                                           expectation of what the costs should be and helps to inform decisions on the desired space
                                                                                           needs — quantity and quality — during the design process.
                                                                                           As the project becomes defined, Cumming LLC will provide a detailed cost estimate that
                                                                                           will then be compared to the allowable costs per the State Guidelines. Our experience shows
                                                                                           that these two estimates are rarely in line with each other. We can work with the College
                                                                                           to determine the best approach to defining the budget at the programming level. After the


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construction cost is defined we will work with the District to prepare the JCAF32 in order to
arrive at the total project cost.
As part of our commitment to cost control, our team will implement the following measures to
establish a realistic cost plan and maintain cost control throughout the design process.
BUILDING COST MODELS—In the Schematic Design, different building configurations will be
explored and the relative costs evaluated, to determine the most economical approach that
fulfills the project’s functional, master plan, and aesthetic goals.
ALTERNATIvE SYSTEMS/vALUE ENGINEERING—We will present alternatives for the major systems
that can be evaluated based on a cost/benefit analysis, and the most effective system selected.
PARAMETRIC COST BUDGETING/BENChMARKING—We will develop a parametric cost plan at
each milestone, identifying sub-budgets for each of the major components which will bench-
marked against similar facilities to determine if any element is out of line. If necessary, areas
will be identified where costs can be reduced.
PARALLEL ESTIMATES—If necessary, we will develop parallel estimates, one by a local contractor
familiar with the local market, and one by a traditional professional cost estimator, and to
reconcile the estimates. In this way, two different perspectives on cost are melded to give the
best possible cost information.
CONTINUOUS REvIEW—Cost issues are identified early in the phase, when they can be addressed
while elements are still flexible.



Project Budget History

                                                                                                           Budget                        Bid
 Client                                                                                                   Estimate                     Amount
 LA Harbor College, NE Academic Hall, Student Services & Administration Building                               $37,700,000              $34,700,000
 Los Angeles City College, Martin Luther King, Jr. Library                                                     $17,000,000              $16,725,000
 Evergreen Valley College, Visual & Performing Arts Center                                                     $29,434,000              $30,118,000
 San Joaquin Delta College, Gateway & Student Services Building                                               $22,000,000               $21,250,000
 Golden West College - Learning Resource Center                                                                $24,660,472              $24,240,280
 Riverside Community College                                                                                   $14,875,000              $12,400,000
 LA Valley College, Student Services Center                                                                   $16,866,000                $13,647,728
 Crafton Hills College, Learning Resource Center                                                              $25,300,000               $22,910,000
 Crafton Hills College, Community Recreation Facility                                                           $9,800,000                $7,200,000




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N. Joint Ventures/Associations

Steinberg Architects will not be participating in a Joint Venture for the completion of this
project.




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O. Other

Approach
Steinberg Architects has extensive experience in the planning of educational facilities, includ-
ing K-12 facilities. Through our experience in advanced planning and conceptual planning for
higher education institutions, we have refined our process for defining your vision and project
goals. We believe that by following this process your district can not only save time and money
but will also create a final project that everyone is satisfied with including students, faculty, staff
and your community.

MASTER PLANNING/CONCEPTUAL STUDY
From a review of the District reports, data, and programmatic requirements, we will work with
the district to establish criteria that can be applied to the site and envisioned facilities. Our goal                                Riverside City College, Master Plan
is to create correctly sized buildings and exterior spaces that are placed in realistic locations
that address their unique needs and interactions with the surrounding environment as well as
accommodate future growth and expansion
Our role is to identify the physical changes required to accommodate the educational require-
ments. We begin by acquiring an in-depth knowledge of how you use your space—especially
with instructional spaces.
During this process, we develop a conceptual framework that defines the vision for the
complex. Within this framework, we test land use alternatives as well as building/open space
configurations. Buildings, landscape, signage, site lighting, and infrastructure are iteratively
developed in collaboration with each other. We simultaneously design for the future build-out
of the complex as well as its near-term needs allowing each to inform the other.

PRIORITIZATION
Once criteria has been established for the facilities and site, prioritization is relatively easy.
We have used a method of high, medium, and low categorization of priorities for the last
decade of institutional planning in order to reach consensus amongst stakeholders. We easily
reach consensus on the high and low priorities, allowing us to spend our time focusing on the
medium; moving some projects to medium-high and other to medium-low. Having utilized
this method more than 40 times, for instutional master plans and programs, we have found
if we have the funding to address the high and medium-high priorities, then we will have a
satisfied client and community.

PHASING
A master schedule can also be created in conjunction with the cost estimates. The schedule
breaks down each project by phase and includes review, approvals, and funding milestones.
Based on the cost estimates, funding availability, and schedule, phasing plans will be developed
that integrate the utilities, buildings, and site work as well as interim or temporary facilities and
site access throughout the implementation of the master plan.
Priorities - as well as feasibility and funding - will dictate the implementation of the various
planning horizons. 10-year, 20-year, and 30 year.




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                                                         CONCEPTUAL COST ESTIMATING
                                                         The key to successful implementation planning is starting with well-defined costs for each
                                                         project and a thorough understanding of how each project will be funded. Steinberg Architects,
                                                         working closely with the District and cost consultant, will develop cost models that address
                                                         building construction, site infrastructure, landscape, furniture and equipment, technology, fees
                                                         and permits, owner costs, escalations, and contingencies.
                                                         We maintain a database of facilities cost for renovation and new construction on a square
                                                         foot basis, as well as information on site development and cost. We have built at least one of
                                                         each facility type with a variety of construction types in the past five years. This knowledge
                                                         informs our estimating process. Finally we include cost for mitigation measure such as traffic,
Community Outreach Workshop                              environmental concerns, etc.

                                                         STAKEHOLDER INTERFACE
                                                         Steinberg Architects has developed a comprehensive planning and design process that consists
                                                         of a variety of purpose-specific workshops, meetings, and deliverables that can be customized
                                                         to suit the needs of the Oxnard Unified High School District. Clear and open communication
                                                         will enable the planning effort to move forward smoothly with all parties understanding their
                                                         involvement and responsibilities.
                                                         We have a multi-level approach to stakeholder involvement. We believe it is essential to create a
                                                         User Committee that includes faculty, senior administrative staff, classified staff, and students.
                                                         However, we are sensitive to the time commitment committee members must make, so we can
                                                         also work with an existing committee framework if it has been established.

                                                         LEVEL 1—We will meet regularly with the District Staff throughout the life of the project to set
                                                         priorities, test ideas, present options, and resolve major issues.

                                                         LEVEL 2—We will meet with school leaders, individually and as a group, at the beginning of
                                                         the planning process and then at key milestones along the way to gain detailed insight into
                                                         their needs and to review the larger planning concepts with them.

                                                         LEVEL 3—We will conduct community meetings to give updates on the progress of the
                                                         planning effort and get feedback from the community.
                                                         In addition to the structured multi-level communication, we plan to have one-on-one
                                                         discussions and meetings as needed with key individuals on specific issues. When new issues
                                                         come up in these discussions, we report back to the District Staff to make sure everyone stays
                                                         informed.
                                                         “Charrette” or brainstorming sessions are an important element of Steinberg Architects’
                                                         participatory approach to college planning. This series of workshops will enable us to work
                                                         with stakeholders to develop a vision that addresses the Los Angeles Unified School District
                                                         and the community’s needs and outlines strategic directions. Participants will work alongside
                                                         our planners and designers to explore new ideas, generate “what-if ” scenarios, and identify
                                                         new challenges.




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B. Workload

Scope
Our process encompasses the critical design components that allow us to transform your vision
into innovative design. It is a balanced philosophy that combines the esoteric, aesthetic side
of architectural design with the pragmatic side of construction, budget, and schedule. As part
of our process, Steinberg Architects will work with you to clearly define your vision and the
corresponding specific scope of services. Our approach has been outlined Section O of our
Statement of Qualifications and our process for delivering our services has been outlined in
Section E of our Statement of Qualifications.


Commitment Statement
Steinberg Architects along with our consultants is able to provide comprehensive Architecture
& Engineering Services exclusively and in a timely manner. Steinberg Architects has more
than 100 professionals currently working on projects throughout California. We continually
utilize several integrated financial, workload, and staffing tools that allow us to make accurate
forecasts of our current and prospective project responsibilities.
These tools assist us to ensure that adequate staff, resources, and equipment are available
to service our clients and meet project requirements and schedule. We have compared our
available resources with the anticipated requirements of this project and have determined that
we will have the staff available to begin work on the project immediately. Our project key staff
and that of our consultants will be committed to this project from start to finish.
At Steinberg Architects, we understand the importance of team continuity and the role it has
on the success of a project. It is not only a benefit to our clients but also important to the educa-
tion, idea development and general well-being of our staff to allow them to focus on the project
to which they teamed without distraction. Our practice offers a full commitment through out
the duration of our services.

         Name                                            Project                                               Anticipated
                                                                                                               Completion
 David Hart               Is currently available for this project

 Howard Dobbins           Is currently available for this project

 Juan Minaya              Allan Hancock College, Performing & Theater Complex                                6/2011
                          LA Valley College, Student Services Building                                       6/2011
 Heather Melish           Allan Hancock College, Performing & Theater Complex                                6/2012
                          Allan Hancock College, One-Stop Student Services Center                            9/2011
 Juan Santana             Is currently available for this project




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C. Design Considerations

In response to the demands of today’s institutions and the goals of our clients, Steinberg
Architects’ design process is focused on high quality spaces, systems integration, and future
flexibility. We work collaboratively with our clients to develop a thorough understanding of
their institutional mission, program objectives, and architectural goals. We utilize a highly
responsive process and substantial past project experience to develop realistic solutions that
respond to the unique sense of place that each campus represents. Our extensive knowledge
of educational trends and pedagogies, teaching methods, sustainable strategies, changing
technologies, and construction practices, combined with our ability to communicate our
client’s needs to approval agencies, has resulted in consistently successful projects.


Working with Stakeholders                                                                                                     Workshops engage the community and will assist us
Our ability to coordinate effectively with the District, CCM, administration officials including                              in defining the vision of this project.
assistant superintendents, facilities directors, teachers, site principals, multiple departments,
and other diverse agencies is evident by our successful track record of gaining approval for
challenging projects that respond to demanding educational program requirements.
Utilizing a team-oriented approach, Steinberg Architects builds consensus among appropriate
parties and provides a solution that addresses our client’s goals. To achieve this, we facilitate
a design process that allows for each stakeholder’s viewpoint to be heard, and stakeholder
opinions are examined against the collective goal. We start the process with a kickoff meeting
to establish goals and expectations, and follow up with programming workshops and individual
meetings.
“Charrette” or brainstorming sessions are conducted as part of the workshops where we invite
participants to work alongside our planners and designers to explore new ideas in educational
planning, generate “what-if ” scenarios, and identify new programs. This process allows
everyone to be an architect and provide input that will further the educational experience and
create a sense of place for the community.
Based on all the information collected in the previous phases, we will begin the iterative
process of designing. Studies will be generated to explore design options. We also assess the
existing architectural character of the sister schools and surrounding buildings to establish
architectural and landscape guidelines. Our proposed architectural character and artistic
palate will define the complex’s desired identity. The landscape guidelines will identify the
plant palette, the hardscape, and site elements such as furnishings, lighting and signage, and
wayfinding.


Engaging the Community
As many of our educational facilities projects affect the community one way or another, we
have established a structured yet flexible method to gain the confidence of the community,
which in turn leads to effective decision-making. If all parties are brought to the same level
of understanding, trust is established in the planning and execution process. Our community
engagement process is based on inclusiveness, mutual respect and consensus building, with
mechanisms in place to shepherd the process effectively. With an extensive experience in
educational projects and community facilitation, Steinberg Architects has acquired the
knowledge and skills to pose the right questions and lead the stakeholders towards a common
direction that eventually result in a common understanding and focused direction.


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                                                                     In addition, Steinberg Architects adheres to an open communication philosophy. For most of
                                                                     our projects, we utilize a communication plan that is established at the outset of our engage-
                                                                     ment. We work with our clients to help define the “community,” and determine interest level,
                                                                     potential areas of contention and appropriate levels of interaction, and subsequently develop
                                                                     a process to elicit and disseminate information. This may take the form of participatory
                                                                     processes, open forums and board meetings, written and electronic communications. For
                                                                     example, in some projects, we developed and hosted a project website to provide for com-
                                                                     munications among all parties within the campus, and between the campus and community.
                                                                     The site supplied District staff, faculty, students, planning team members, and the community
                                                                     information on the various details of the project, including project updates, meetings, goals,
                                                                     team members and important links and contacts. It even provided a forum for community and
                                                                     input that was reviewed by the project team.


                                                                     Value Engineering
                                                                     Value Engineering is a process of managing project construction costs at project design
                                                                     milestones. By making prudent choices during the project onset, the need for cost reduction
                                                                     measures later on in the process can be minimized. Our early design activities involve a
                                                                     detailed evaluation of the cost and operations issues related to the project, including site
                                                                     conditions, building systems, finish materials, and special client needs.
                                                                     Steinberg Architects and its consultants will present alternatives for the major systems of the
                                                                     project that can be evaluated based on a cost/benefit analysis, in terms of functionality, initial
                                                                     cost, maintainability and maintenance cost, life cycle, and replacement cost. We also seek
                                                                     creative solutions to achieve budget goals that will be identified and specific cost-saving areas
                                                                     that will be targeted.
                                                                     Identifying the key current market conditions in the project area is an important factor in
                                                                     providing an accurate estimate. Our cost estimating consultant, Cumming Corporation,
                                                                     utilizes a data base of current local labor rates, worker’s comp rates, sales tax, sub consultant’s
                                                                     mark-ups and material pricing. In a volatile construction market we recommend consideration
     Developing Options with Stakeholders                            of negotiated bids, alternate bid items, as well as a bid contingency and an Owner’s construc-
                                                                     tion contingency.
                                                                     No matter what the delivery method, creating a comprehensive and well coordinated set of bid
                                                                     documents is critical to the successful bidding of a project. Our Quality Assurance and Quality
                                                                     Controls process and open communication with the District and CCM will ensure minimal
                                                                     revision to the bid documents, saving time and money.


                                                                     Ability to Keep Project on Budget
                                                                     Steinberg Architects’ commitment to accurate budgets begins at the programming and
                                                                     schematic design phase. We review with the project team not only the building materials and
                                                                     systems, but also the overall building configurations and orientation to determine the most
                                                                     economical and energy efficient approach. Our goal is not just to design a building within the
                                                                     budget, but to design a building that is energy efficient and cost effective to maintain. Our
                                                                     interactive process allows the design team and the District to continually track the cost impact
                                                                     of program requirements, thereby avoiding re-design and program change late in the process.
                                                                     As part of our commitment to cost control, Steinberg Architects implements the following
                                                                     measures to establish a realistic cost plan and maintain cost control for our projects:




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CONCEPTUAL BUDGETS
BUILDING COST MODELS — In the pre-design phase, different building configurations will
be explored and their relative costs evaluated, to determine the most economical approach
that fulfills the project’s functional and aesthetic goals. The preferred scheme will establish a
baseline cost plan for the project.

SCHEMATIC DESIGN BUDGETS
PARAMETRIC COST BUDGETING/BENChMARKING — In the Schematic Design phase, a parametric
cost plan identifying sub-budgets for each of the major components, (such as envelope,
superstructure, or HVAC systems), will be developed and benchmarked against similar
facilities to determine if any element is out of line and, if necessary, to identify areas where
costs can be reduced.
CONTINUOUS REvIEW — Our project approach includes cost estimates at 50% Schematic
Design, 50% Design Development, and 50% Construction Documents, and also at the end of
each phase. This continuous review technique minimizes the occurrence of unnecessary cost
                                                                                                                               SUSTAINABLE DESIGN STRATEGIES
derived from re-bidding or revising documents after bids are received.
                                                                                                                               Climate Analysis
Because Steinberg Architects tracks current cost trends in design as well as in construction,
                                                                                                                               Passive Design
we anticipate the effect that current market conditions will have on project costs. By taking
                                                                                                                                 Sun Shading
these realities into account early in the design process, we assist our clients to prioritize project
                                                                                                                                 Thermal Mass
components and then seek creative ways to incorporate as much as possible.
                                                                                                                                 Natural Ventilation
As a result of our focused effort on budget control, the non-owner initiated change order for                                  Building Geometry
many of our new higher education construction projects has historically been less than 2% of
                                                                                                                               Solar Orientation
the bid amount.
                                                                                                                               Solar Shading Studies
                                                                                                                               Natural Light and views
Usability                                                                                                                      Building Envelope
Part of our definition of an excellent design is a building that is actually usable by both the                                human Scale and Comfort
occupants and the people who have to maintain it. For that reason, we invest a signification                                   Native Plants/Xeriscaping
amount of time up front getting to understand your facilities needs and the maintenance team
                                                                                                                               Drought-Tolerant Plants
in order to understand their expectations. While award winning design is a value-add, it does
not mean anything when students do not feel safe leaving at night because the site lighting is
too low or when the HVAC system is too complicated and laborious to fix by the maintenance
staff.
We are able to bring to the design a vast wealth of ‘lessons learned’ from previous education
projects. We understand that the overall site design needs to seamlessly combine accessibility
requirements with the appropriate landscape, signage and lighting not just to meet code
requirements, but to create a welcoming environment where everyone feels safe, no matter
what time of day or season. We understand that material and hardware selection is not just an
aesthetic choice but affects operational dollars and the ability of the staff to keep the buildings
clean and functioning.




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D. Other

Design Excellence
Each project we design develops out of an understanding of the priorities of our client, the
physical needs of the place, and the college’s strategic and educational goals. Although there are
many aspects to a successful project, the following are essential elements of good design:
FIT FOR PURPOSE — A functional design must address the user’s wants and needs and reflect the
purpose and programs for which it is designed.
INNOvATION — Each design should not only respond to basic challenges but also add a
dimension that elevates the solution to a richer, more thoughtful response than was expected.
Through research, collaboration, and critical thinking, we strive to create a higher standard                                 Taube Koret, Campus for Jewish LIfe
than simply replicating former models.
CONTEXT — A building’s design should be acutely responsive to its sense of place and time while
balancing the physical context with the human context.
SUSTAINABILITY — We look for opportunities to incorporate sustainable design strategies
including but not limited to: solar orientation; efficient water and wastewater and other
renewable energies; enhanced natural day lighting; high-performance and lower level lighting;
natural ventilation; regional, low-emitting, recycled and rapidly renewable materials selection;
construction and operational waste management. Steinberg Architects has nearly 30 LEED®
accredited architects that continually provide guidance to clients on sustainable design.
CIRCULATION — Circulation can be a powerful organizing element and architectural feature.
Site and building circulation should be immediately clear, understandable, and support easy
wayfinding. We study the sequence of movement through the building to create a variety of
unfolding, well-crafted spatial experiences.
                                                                                                                              Riverside City College, A.G. Paul Quadrangle
STRUCTURE — Structure is the building block of architecture and should be an integral aspect of
the way any design is formulated and understood. Whether concealed or exposed, the structure
should express the order and honesty of the way the building is put together.
MATERIALS & DETAILING — We develop a methodology for the detailing and materials that
support the overall design. The method in which materials come together brings clarity of the
design vision and longevity to the facility. In the end, the surfaces that we touch are some of the
most memorable parts of a project.
PLACES FOR PEOPLE — We believe that all of the above must work to create spaces that people
want to be in because of the spatial, light, and acoustic qualities. A building’s designs should
foster both programmed and un-programmed interaction between individuals. This interac-
tion can frequently be encouraged through thoughtful planning and circulation design that
affords opportunities for spontaneous connections.




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                                                                  Commitment to Education
                                                                  Steinberg Architects is committed to education and we are committed to working with you
                                                                  to make sure that the product we create is a true reflection of the needs and desires of your
                                                                  stakeholders while also remaining flexible enough for you to react to unforeseen changes. We
                                                                  are eager to listen to what you have to say, and to work with you to synthesize those thoughts
                                                                  into a building that works, now and into the future.

                                                                  RELATIONSHIPS
                                                                  Throughout our history, relationships have been the most important aspect of our success. It
                                                                  is our concern for the success of our clients’ institutions that has led to Steinberg Architects’
                                                                  reputation as a caring, committed architectural firm that looks beyond the physicality of the
                                                                  buildings we design. Our approach is not only collaborative and data driven, but is informed
                                                                  by knowledge of current trends gained through the combined experience of our hand-selected
                                                                  team members.
                                                                  We hold a deep respect for the unique culture of each client district. We understand the
                                                                  importance of a common vision, shared governance and campus-wide buy-in. We know
                                                                  what it’s like to be required to do more with less—and to still be expected to achieve positive,
                                                                  measurable outcomes. Our reputation is founded on results.

                                                                  COMMUNITY BUILDING
                                                                  Steinberg Architects believes that an educational campus plays a dual role—offering students
                                                                  and the surrounding community a safe and stimulating environment that fosters interaction,
                                                                  entertainment, and socialization. Many of our projects provide joint-use facilities such as
     Crafton Hills College, Community Recreation Center           the Community Center at Crafton College, which offers an olympic pool facility for both the
                                                                  college and the surrounding community to use. We also have extensive experience in extend-
                                                                  ing this relationship to include public/private partnerships which can assist in the funding of
                                                                  new facilities.

                                                                  PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
                                                                  In these tough economic times, it is helpful to think outside of the box and look for develop-
                                                                  ment opportunities that are mutually beneficial. Currently, we are working on Sage Park, a new
                                                                  mixed use community consisting of 128 high quality workforce rental homes for occupancy
                                                                  by newly-hired LAUSD teachers, newly-employed credentialed teachers, classified workforce,
                                                                  and the general public. The project creates a joint-use facility that will include a fitness center
                                                                  and property management/leasing office for the residential component, LAPD Juvenile Impact
                                                                  Program space, a community room, and an art gallery.


     Sage Park, LAUSD Workforce Housing




                                       Proposal to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                       Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
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E. Proposed Contract Revisions

Steinberg Architects has thoroughly reviewed the contract and we do not see any “deal
breakers;” however, there are a few minor items we would like to discuss and mutually agree to
upon award of the project.




                                          Proposal Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                                           Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
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Schedule of Attachments

Non-Collusion Affidavit
Addendum Certifications
Insurance Certification




                          Proposal Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                                           Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
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Proposal Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                 Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
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                  Proposal to Provide Architectural, Design, and Engineering Services for Oxnard Union High School District
                  Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
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 June 24, 2011                                                   Steinberg Architects




                                                                          David Hart



                                                         Executive Vice President




July 1, 2011                                                      Steinberg Architects




                                                                          David Hart



                                                          Executive Vice President




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                                  Academy and Performing Arts Center | Project #9 (10-11)
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                                           Client#: 776                                                                 STEINARCH1

  ACORD                TM   CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE                                                                                                  DATE (MM/DD/YY)
                                                                                                                                                                12/10/10
PRODUCER                                                                                     THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION
Dealey, Renton & Associates                                                                  ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE
                                                                                             HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR
P. O. Box 12675                                                                              ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW.
Oakland, CA 94604-2675
510 465-3090 Julie L. Nelson                                                                                     INSURERS AFFORDING COVERAGE
INSURED                                                                                    INSURER A:   Travelers Property Casualty Co of Am
                 Steinberg Architects                                                      INSURER B:   St. Paul Fire & Marine Ins. Co.
                 60 Pierce Avenue                                                          INSURER C:   American Automobile Ins. Co.
                 San Jose, CA 95110                                                        INSURER D:   Travelers Casualty&Surety Co of Amer
                                                                                           INSURER E:

COVERAGES
 THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING
 ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR
 MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH
 POLICIES. AGGREGATE LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS.
INSR                                                                                   POLICY EFFECTIVE    POLICY EXPIRATION
 LTR           TYPE OF INSURANCE                        POLICY NUMBER                   DATE (MM/DD/YY)     DATE (MM/DD/YY)                            LIMITS

 A     GENERAL LIABILITY                       680629M5687                             12/03/10             12/03/11            EACH OCCURRENCE                 $1,000,000

       X    COM M ERCIAL GENERAL LIAB ILITY                                                                                     FIRE DAMAGE (Any one fire)      $1,000,000

                CLAIMS MADE       X    OCCUR                                                                                    MED EXP (Any one person)        $10,000

                                                                                                                                PERSONAL & ADV INJURY           $1,000,000

                                                                                                                                GENERAL AGGREGATE               $2,000,000

       GEN'L AGGREGATE LIM IT APPLIES PER:                                                                                      PRODUCTS - COMP/OP AGG          $2,000,000
                       PRO-
           POLICY X JECT             LOC

 A     AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY                    BA630M2148                              12/03/10             12/03/11            COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT
                                                                                                                                (Ea accident)                   $1,000,000
            ANY AUTO

            ALL OWNED AUTOS
                                                                                                                                BODILY INJURY
                                                                                                                                                                $
            SCHEDULED AUTOS                                                                                                     (Per person)

       X    HIRED AUTOS
                                                                                                                                BODILY INJURY                   $
       X    NON-OWNED AUTOS
                                                                                                                                (Per accident)


                                                                                                                                PROPERTY DAMAGE                 $
                                                                                                                                (Per accident)

       GARAGE LIABILITY                                                                                                         AUTO ONLY - EA ACCIDENT         $

            ANY AUTO                                                                                                                               EA ACC       $
                                                                                                                                OTHER THAN
                                                                                                                                AUTO ONLY:
                                                                                                                                                      AGG       $
 A     EXCESS LIABILITY                        CUP00630M3016                           12/03/10             12/03/11            EACH OCCURRENCE                 $9,000,000
 B      X   OCCUR               CLAIMS MADE    QIO6501165                              12/03/10             12/03/11            AGGREGATE                       $9,000,000

                                                                                                                                                                $

            DEDUCTIBLE                                                                                                                                          $

            RETENTION       $                                                                                                                                   $
                                                                                                                                    WC STATU-          OTH-
 C     WORKERS COMPENSATION AND                WZP80986923                             09/01/10             09/01/11            X   TORY LIMITS         ER
       EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
                                                                                                                                E.L. EACH ACCIDENT              $1,000,000

                                                                                                                                E.L. DISEASE - EA EMPL OYEE $1,000,000

                                                                                                                                                     $1,000,000
                                                                                                                                E.L. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT
 D     OTHER   Professional                    105380377                               12/14/10             12/14/11             $2,000,000 per Caim
       Liability                                                                                                                 $3,000,000 Annl Aggr.

DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS/LOCATIONS/VEHICLES/EXCLUSIONS ADDED BY ENDORSEMENT/SPECIAL PROVISIONS
GENERAL LIABILITY POLICY EXCLUDES CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF THE PERFORMANCE OF PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES.
FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY.

                                                                                                                                      SAMPLE CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE
CERTIFICATE HOLDER                        ADDITIONAL INSURED;INSURER LETTER:               CANCELLATION                            Displayed on this page is a sample of our current
                                                                                                                                   Certificate of Liability Insurance. We have spoken
                                                                                          SHOULD ANYOF TH E ABOVE D ESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION
                                                                                                                                   with our insurance provider and should Steinberg
                 *******SPECIMEN CERTIFICATE*******                                       DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING INSURER WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL 30          D AYS WRITTEN
                                                                                                                                   Architects be selected for this projects we would
                                                                                          NOTICE TO TH E CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAM ED TO THE LEFT, BUT FAILURE TO DO SO SH ALL
                                                                                                                                   have the ability to modify our deductible to meet
                                                                                          IM POSE NO OB LIGATION OR LIAB ILITY OF ANY KIND UPON TH E INSURER,ITS AGENTS OR
                                                                                                                                   the insurance requirements for the District.
                                                                                           REPRESENTATIVES.
                                                                                           AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE



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