Caltrans District 7 Headquarters, Los Angeles, CA

Green Building Energy Solution & Electrical Design/Build Services

Owner
State of California Department of General Services

Architect
Morphosis

General Contractor
Clark Construction

Project Duration
32 months

LEED Green Building & Photovoltaic Installation Project Description:

Design and construction of the new California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) District 7 Headquarters building, to serve 1,850 Caltrans employees and 500 employees of the Los Angeles Department of Transportation. The building, which also features public amenities and a significant street presence, is the first to be commissioned under the State of California’s Design Excellence Program. The project involved the building of 14-stories of office space with 4 levels of parking structure. An 84.3 KW, the largest vertical photovoltaic installation in the United States. Designed by Atlantis Energy, installed by Dynalectric Los Angeles. The photovoltaic wall is in keeping with the mission of the Design Excellence Program to find environmentally sensitive design solutions that will allow the building to achieve a minimum Silver LEED™ rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. Unique movable skin time and weather controlled systems, designed and installed by Dynalectric LA. (2) Data centers 1,106,000 square feet. Includes copy centers, all campus computing lab and sitework, landscape, hardscape and offsite work.