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Pechanga Government Center and Tribal Hall


A 37,820 square foot Government Center and Tribal Hall located on a remote 3.5-acre site of the Pechanga Indian Reservation in Temecula, California. The facility has been constructed for the Temecula Band of Luiseno Mission Indians. The design of the project, by Architects Delawie Wilkes Rodrigues Barker, provides for a multi-use facility, with designated spaces that include classrooms, a library, conference rooms and banquet facilities, full service kitchen, and children’s facility with exterior play areas. The facility also provides space for the United States Postal Service.

The Government Center and Tribal Hall serves as the Tribe’s seat of government, with office spaces for Tribal Membership and Council Boardroom facilities complete with state-of-the-art communications and audio-visual equipment, Tribal legal services and the Water and Accounting Departments. Highland participated in the Tribe’s purchasing program by directly purchasing mutually agreeable portions of the project from the general contractor's vendors and subcontractors in an effort to take advantage of the Tribe’s tax exempt status, thus reducing project costs.


  • General Contractor
  • Full-time on-site project management
  • Remote location required installation of septic tank disposal system
  • Propane system emergency generator backup

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