Eric Lindebak is a Partner at Safdie Rabines, having joined the firm as project manager in October 2003 after relocating to San Diego from his native Kansas. He is experienced in a diverse range of markets including commercial, academic, mixed-use developments, museums, infrastructure and master plans in the United States and the Middle East.

Eric believes that great design can happen everywhere; in any project type, with any budget – and it should. He uses creativity and ingenuity to develop projects that serve to elevate architecture in the public realm, and works to assure a comfortable client experience by providing guidance and support from project inception to move-in and beyond.

Eric has played a significant role in SRA’s growth, and is instrumental in the design and management of major civic and institutional projects. In recent years, Eric has focused his passion for transit-oriented development on the creation of vibrant and modern educational facilities and infrastructure projects.

Select Projects

North Torrey Pines Living and Learning Neighborhood
Structural and Materials Engineering Building at UCSD
Structural & Nano Materials Engineering Building
North City Master Plan
North City Master Plan
The QUAD
Lusail Pedestrian Bridges by Safdie Rabines Architects
Lusail Pedestrian Bridges
Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge in downtown San Diego by Safdie Rabines Architects
Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge
Robert Paine Scripps "Seaside" Forum in La Jolla, CA by Safdie Rabines Architects
Robert Paine Scripps Forum for Science, Society and the Environment
Mercado del Barrio