Rosendin

Sacramento, CA

Sacramento Municipal Utility District Headquarters

Project Summary

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District Headquarters building is a landmark of modern design and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed in 1958 by Dreyfuss & Blackford Architecture, this award-winning firm was hired again in 2014 to complete the total renovation of the building. The project goals for the restoration include replacing all aging mechanical, electrical, fire and plumbing systems, remove all hazardous materials, and upgrading seismic and ADA structures to meet current codes. The original building was gutted entirely back to its steel structure. Glazing, solar shades, precast concrete and the mosaic tile mural by Wayne Thiebaud were carefully preserved while new efficient lighting, data and heating, and air conditioning systems were fully integrated. A new glass tower central core has been designed that enhances the connection between the original wings of the building and showcases an open stairway and glass-walled meeting rooms. The project also includes landscaping improvements designed to maintain historical features to the 13-acre site.

Sacramento Municipal Utility District Headquarters

A renovation project to preserve a landmark of modern design that is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Location
Sacramento, CA
Client
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
General Contractor
Roebbelen Construction
Duration
13 Months
Budget
$11 Million
Size
165,000 SF

State Licenses (By Office)

Office License(s)
Anaheim, CA 142881
Gallatin, TN 51692
Hillsboro, OR CCB#103939
Las Vegas, NV 011435
Los Angeles (West), CA 142881
Phoenix, AZ (BIM Office) ROC034937R-11
ROC105241C-11
ROC111444A-17
ROC158637B-1
ROC158638A
Prineville, OR CCB#103939
Sacramento, CA 142881
San Francisco, CA 142881
San Jose, CA (Corp HQ) 142881
Tempe, AZ ROC034937R-11
ROC105241C-11
ROC111444A-17
ROC158637B-1
ROC158638A
Texas TECL20807
B12671901