Eric Lindebak is a Partner at Safdie Rabines, having joined the firm as project manager in 2001 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

  • Structural and Materials Engineering Building at UCSD
  • Lusail Pedestrian Bridges by Safdie Rabines Architects
  • Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge in downtown San Diego by Safdie Rabines Architects
  • Santa Fe Christian School in Solana Beach, CA
  • Extended Learning Building San Marcos
  • UCLA Student Center by Safdie Rabines Architects