District’s vision creates a new model for energy efficiency in public utility facilities.
To develop what is slated to become the nation’s largest, most sustainable fleet operations campus, the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) – the country’s sixth largest public utility – has pulled together a design build team to develop their new 51 acre East Campus-Operations Center. Slated for completion in 2013, the SMUD campus targets a net zero energy rating, meaning the property and its facilities will generate as much on-site renewable energy as they consume.
The project will pursue a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating of Platinum, the highest distinction issued by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Clark Pacific is contributing a lightweight pre-insulated precast panel solution for the project. The system provides continuous insulation and supports the project's energy efficiency goals.
|Clark Pacific Job No:||1442|
|General Contractor:||Turner Construction|
|Structural Engineer:||Buehler & Buehler|
|Building Type:||Office Building|