Join us for a morning walking tour of the New Long Beach Civic Center. This building will be in the construction BMP phase during the tour, the tour will address construction BMPs as well as management of stormwater post-construction. This project will bring to downtown a revitalized civic core to serve local residents and businesses, attract visitors and provide safe and efficient city operations to serve the citizens of Long Beach. The $520 million, design-build-finance-operate-maintain civic center will replace the old city hall and provide efficient new offices for the Port of Long Beach, a new city library and a retail marketplace and public park that will serve residents and visitors of Long Beach for years to come.
Steve Deyer fills the role of the Construction Quality Manager on the Long Beach Civic Center project. He brings over 23 years’ experience to his position as both a licensed Architect and Construction Project Manager. Mr. Deyer has provided leadership in Quality Management on multiple projects including the George Deukmejian Courthouse in Long Beach, which was the first performance based social infrastructure project in the United States and most recently the new Los Angeles Federal Courthouse. Mr. Deyer has also been involved in multiple High School and Middle School projects, Museums, Community Centers, and Multi-Family Residential projects throughout the Southern California Region. Mr. Deyer is a passionate proponent of Quality and focuses on proactive identification of potential issues. His involvement begins at the design stages with Constructability and Code Compliance Reviews and ends at Project Closeout. Mr. Deyer earned his Bachelor of Design from University of Florida in 1994 and became a Licensed Architect in the State of California in 2003.
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