Latitude 33 is working with the client (GPI), design team, and UCSD (tenant) to redevelop the Rock Bottom Restaurant adjacent to ‘the Campus on Villa La Jolla’ and UCSD Urgent Care Medical Office Building. This deceptively tall 7-story building including 2-stories of below grade parking will serve the University primarily as high-end office space, while providing a Café at the ground level for students and faculty. Latitude 33 is providing civil design and survey services including ALTA mapping, topographic survey, demolition permit, grading and drainage design, stormwater treatment design, public right-of-way improvement design to provide upgraded utility infrastructure, frontage enhancements, and shoring required for the underground parking levels. Lead by Gensler, Latitude is also working to prepare demolition drawings permits and building permit drawings including site utilities, precise gradings, site plan design in concert with Groundlevel’s landscaping design, and fire access design.
- Location: La Jolla, CA
- Client/Team: GPI Companies teamed w/ Gensler, Groundlevel, McParlane, Miyamoto, Group Delta, Helix Environmental, Earth Support Systems, Engineering Partners, and Swinerton
- Status: In Construction