CoEP – Multi-Purpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center – Texas - Project Profile
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The City of El Paso (CoEP) is planning to build a multi-purpose cultural and performing arts center(MPC) in El Paso, the US.
The project involves the construction of a multi-purpose cultural and performing arts center (arena downtown) with 10,000-to 13,000 seats. It includes the construction of locker rooms, practice facilities, training rooms, administrative space and other related facilities.
HKS Inc. has been appointed as planner.
In November 2012, City of El Paso voters approved the project proposals.
In February 2013, CoEP Council approved a three-year plan of the project proposal.
CoEP Council approved a contract with HKS Inc. and a local consortium to determine the appropriate size and scope of the project in December 2013.
From January 2014 to July 2014, it conducted public consultations on the project plans.
In January 2015, HKS Inc. presented the project findings to the CoEP Council.
From February 2015 to May 2015, CoEP staff conducted due diligence on several possible locations.
In June 2015, CoEP issued bids to law firms to provide services.
CoEP selected two law firms to lead the process of acquiring land for the project in September 2015.
In October 2015, CoEP issued requests for proposals (RfP) for a consultant to manage the construction and programming of the project with December 9, 2015 as the submission date.
As of November 2015, CoEP is in the process of finalizing the plans and selecting a site.
In January 2016, City Council approved the Quality of Life Bond Program strategy plan.
CoEP acquired a site south of the Convention Center for the $180 million.
In January 2017, Feasibility of locating the MPC on the Convention Center site or within 1,000 feet of the footprint of the Convention Center to exclude the Abraham Chavez Theater is voted.
Construtuction is scheduled to be completed by 2019.
The project involves the construction of a multi-purpose cultural and performing arts center with 10,000-to 13,000 seats in El Paso, the US.
The US$180 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of locker rooms
2. Construction of practice facilities
3. Construction of training rooms
4. Construction of administrative space
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