Office Buildings

DGS O Street Office Building

The O Street property is designed to meet LEED Platinum and zero-net energy standards.
By Glumac July 31, 2019
Photo courtesy: ZGF

Size: 372,000 square feet
Construction Cost: $238 million
End Date: 2021
Owner: State of California, DGS
Architect: ZGF/Lionakis
Contractor: Rudolph & Sletten
Services: Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Energy Analysis, Lighting Design, Fire Protection

Glumac is currently providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing, energy and lighting services for a new, modern office building on O Street for the State of California, Department of General Services.

The O Street property is designed to meet LEED Platinum and zero-net energy standards and will serve as the 12-story, 372,000-square-foot office building for the Department of Developmental Services, the Department of State Hospitals, and the California Health and Human Services Agency.

When complete, it will use 60 percent less water than similarly-sized office buildings. The building will operate using 100% solar energy through through the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD). This energy program is part of a first-of-its-kind agreement with SMUD in which DGS’ Sacramento portfolio will move toward solar power.

Notable Features

  • Targeting Net Zero Energy
  • Targeting LEED Platinum
  • Underfloor air distribution
  • Radiant chilled ceilings
  • Service hot water heat-recovery
  • District plant connections

This article originally appeared on Glumac’s website. Glumac is a CFE Media content partner. 


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