On Thursday, January 11th, SOM's San Francisco office will host a panel discussion in partnership with the San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA SF) and the Judicial Council of California. The goal of the event is to discuss the current portfolio and project objectives of the Judicial Council, and to provide an overview of its upcoming architectural service solicitations.
In the first of two panels, Steven Sobel, SOM Managing Director, and Clifford Ham, Principal Architect for the Judicial Council of California, will discuss the San Diego Central Courthouse. Opened in 2017, the courthouse consolidates San Diego County’s criminal trial, family, and civil courts into a 25-story downtown tower.
In the second panel, Tim O’Connor, Project Manager for the Judicial Council of California, and Brianna Darlington, Contract Analyst for the Judicial Council of California, will present on the council's upcoming "As-Needed Architectural Services Solicitation." Through the solicitation, the council identifies the firms that are qualified to provide a range of architectural services for various projects that will be initiated between April of 2018 and April of 2021. O'Connor and Darlington will provide insight on how to prepare a strong proposal of services for the solicitation.
California Courthouses: The New San Diego Courthouse + Upcoming Solicitation
January 11, 2018
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
One Front Street
San Francisco, California
Registration is required.