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Rosendin Rosendin

Sacramento, CA

10th & O Street Capitol Annex Swing Space

Project Summary

The building will temporarily house approximately 1,250 legislative and executive elected officials and staff from the Capitol Annex until the new Annex project is completed. The building will then be jointly used as office space for legislative and executive employees. The 10-story building is approximately 472,600 gross square feet and includes function space for committee hearings, caucus meetings, general meeting rooms, and legislative and Executive Branch offices, as well as parking. The project is being designed to be one of the most sustainable state office buildings to house elected officials in the country, with the goal of LEED Gold. The meet that certification level, the building will feature low water use fixtures, a high-performance building facade, materials with high recycled content, day-lighting, native vegetation on the surrounding site and terraces, as well as LED lighting throughout. Upon completion, the 10th & O Street building will be Zero Net Carbon and will also achieve Zero Net Energy through energy efficiency and offsite power generation.

Photo Credits

Rendering Courtesy of the State of California Department of General Services
Drone Photograph Courtesy of Hensel Phelps Construction

10th & O Street Capitol Annex Swing Space

Temporary facilities for more than 1200 legislative and executive elected officials and staff

Location
Sacramento, CA
Client
State of California Department of General Services
General Contractor
Hensel Phelps Construction
Duration
36 Months
Budget
$52 Million
Size
472,600 SF