CASE STUDY

City of Temecula

Temecula, CA

The Design Plan

With a growing community and older public buildings, the City of Temecula was in need of a public space that its citizens would embrace. The project challenges were many; from accommodating existing city workers and officials, to envisioning the space needed to serve Temecula for many years to come.

With a population of more than 105,000 people to serve and 130 city employees and officials to accommodate, the city was looking for smart choices that were affordable, yet provided a classy aesthetic. It was important that quality furnishings mirrored this sentiment. Private offices, conference rooms, reception areas, libraries, and the Council Chambers were furnished with a variety of National solutions. The exceptional value and styling of National’s casegoods, tables, and seating collections gained quick approval by city officials and visitors.


The Results

The LEED®-certified City Hall has exceeded all expectations and provides Temecula with a piece of architecture they can be proud of. The results are apparent by the pride shown from the employees, citizens and visitors as they work, socialize and enjoy their new City Hall. “The outcome is incredible. The new City Hall is a huge success for Temecula's future," says Greg Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer.

“The structure is spectacular, the

furnishings are perfect.

It represents the essence of Temecula... Old Traditions, New Opportunities.”

Greg Butler, Director of Public Works/City Engineer