AKA: California Environmental Protection Agency, Office Building, Sacramento, CA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: CBM Engineers (firm); Interior Architects (IA), Incorporated (firm); Lawson Mechanical Engineers (firm); Lehrer, Mia, and Associates, Landscape Architects (firm); Levine/Seegel Associates, Consulting Engineers (firm); Martin, A.C. Partners, Incorporated, (ACMP) (firm); Turner Construction Company (firm); Lawson (mechanical engineer); Mia Lehrer (landscape designer); Levine (engineer); Christopher C. Martin (architect); David C. Martin (architect); Mark H. Seegel (electrical engineer); Anil H. Shenoy (mechanical engineer); Anil S. Shinde (mechanical engineer); Thomas (developer); Henry Chandlee Turner (building contractor/civil engineer)

Dates: constructed 1998-2000

I Street
Sacramento, CA

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Great lengths were made to design an energy-efficient building for the Cal EPA. It boasts usage 30-40% below the California Title 24 energy budget. The building received an award in 1999 for outstanding engineering. The City of Sacramento, CA, erected this office building to house the main offices of the California Environmental Protection Agency.

PCAD id: 9415