Front entrance design of the new Southeastern Live Well Center
Updated Architectural Site Plan 02/19/21
The public will soon have opportunities to participate in the next steps of creating the Southeastern Live Well Center, which will serve as a hub for community services in the San Diego neighborhood.
The County of San Diego, along with the PCL Construction + Steinberg
Hart design-build team and Project Management Advisors, Inc. as the
acting owner’s representative for the County, are starting the design
phase of the project at the corner of Market Street and Euclid Avenue.
This phase is when details are refined for the concepts shared earlier
and will include engaging groups that will work at the building along
with community advisors on design.
In the coming months PCL will be hosting outreach events for local
businesses and community residents interested in learning more about
the project and potential opportunities. For additional information
and to be included in the upcoming bidder list please contact: SELWCOutreach@pcl.com.
As design work continues, the existing Tubman Chavez Community
Center is providing an essential service as a COVID testing and
vaccine site. Prior to start of construction there will a new nearby
location for COVID testing and vaccination.
Read the full article at the County News Center, here.
View of the Southeastern Live Well Center from Market Street
Back side of the building with the garden and Chollas Creek Trail
The County of San Diego plays a critical role in providing a variety of health and community services to promote the well-being of residents. The new Southeastern Live Well Center will provide a single stop for residents to get these services in a convenient and modern location. It will also serve as a hub for community meetings, educational opportunities, and workforce training. Due to unforeseen circumstances attributed to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the center is now expected to break ground in Fall 2021 and open in summer 2023 (dates subject to change). We are working closely with the community to develop the project, and your feedback is welcome.
For construction and architect questions please contact PCL Construction Services at SELWCOutreach@pcl.com or (858) 657-3400. For additional information about the project, visit the PCL Construction Services website.