County of Orange Civic Center
Orange, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
Charles Hutchinson
COMPLETION DATE
December 1, 2019
CLIENT
Griffin Structures, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Civic

This $180 million 250,000-square-foot six-story office complex is the first phase of a 20-year master plan to reposition every aspect of the County of Orange’s downtown real estate and approach to customer service. The Administration Building, also known as Building 16, was developed in a public-private partnership (P3).  

The commissioning team performed an integrated systems test at the end of the functional testing phase. The turn-key facility houses the County’s Public Works, Waste and Recycling, Treasurer-Tax Collector, Auditor-Controller, and Clerk-Recorder Departments well as a One-Stop-Shop, providing “walk-up service” from 11 departments serving the County’s constituents. The facility also features a new County Conference Center, complete with approximately 6,600square feet of conference and events space.

The transit-oriented development (TOD) project will be bordered by a future transit plaza and light rail transit stop to the south, service and pedestrian paseo to the east, a central courtyard to the north a new, pedestrian-friendly street to the west. The project elevations change with solar orientation, allowing filtered sunlight to enter the east and west facades. Simultaneously, the southern exposure shields the interiors from the harsh southern sunlight, providing a highly energy-efficient aesthetic design.  The building was designed to meet Essential Services Buildings Seismic Safety Act standards and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Silver certification standards. All commissioning tasks required by Title 24 Part 6 and CalGreen were needed as part of LEED fundamental commissioning except for LEED online documentation.

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PROJECT TEAM:
Roger Carter
Charles Hutchinson
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PROJECT LEADER
Charles Hutchinson
COMPLETION DATE
December 1, 2019
CLIENT
Griffin Structures, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Civic

This $180 million 250,000-square-foot six-story office complex is the first phase of a 20-year master plan to reposition every aspect of the County of Orange’s downtown real estate and approach to customer service. The Administration Building, also known as Building 16, was developed in a public-private partnership (P3).  

The commissioning team performed an integrated systems test at the end of the functional testing phase. The turn-key facility houses the County’s Public Works, Waste and Recycling, Treasurer-Tax Collector, Auditor-Controller, and Clerk-Recorder Departments well as a One-Stop-Shop, providing “walk-up service” from 11 departments serving the County’s constituents. The facility also features a new County Conference Center, complete with approximately 6,600square feet of conference and events space.

The transit-oriented development (TOD) project will be bordered by a future transit plaza and light rail transit stop to the south, service and pedestrian paseo to the east, a central courtyard to the north a new, pedestrian-friendly street to the west. The project elevations change with solar orientation, allowing filtered sunlight to enter the east and west facades. Simultaneously, the southern exposure shields the interiors from the harsh southern sunlight, providing a highly energy-efficient aesthetic design.  The building was designed to meet Essential Services Buildings Seismic Safety Act standards and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Silver certification standards. All commissioning tasks required by Title 24 Part 6 and CalGreen were needed as part of LEED fundamental commissioning except for LEED online documentation.

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County of Orange Civic Center
Orange, CA
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County of Orange Civic Center
PROJECT LEADER
Charles Hutchinson
COMPLETION DATE
December 1, 2019
CLIENT
Griffin Structures, Inc.
PROJECT TYPE
Civic

This $180 million 250,000-square-foot six-story office complex is the first phase of a 20-year master plan to reposition every aspect of the County of Orange’s downtown real estate and approach to customer service. The Administration Building, also known as Building 16, was developed in a public-private partnership (P3).  

The commissioning team performed an integrated systems test at the end of the functional testing phase. The turn-key facility houses the County’s Public Works, Waste and Recycling, Treasurer-Tax Collector, Auditor-Controller, and Clerk-Recorder Departments well as a One-Stop-Shop, providing “walk-up service” from 11 departments serving the County’s constituents. The facility also features a new County Conference Center, complete with approximately 6,600square feet of conference and events space.

The transit-oriented development (TOD) project will be bordered by a future transit plaza and light rail transit stop to the south, service and pedestrian paseo to the east, a central courtyard to the north a new, pedestrian-friendly street to the west. The project elevations change with solar orientation, allowing filtered sunlight to enter the east and west facades. Simultaneously, the southern exposure shields the interiors from the harsh southern sunlight, providing a highly energy-efficient aesthetic design.  The building was designed to meet Essential Services Buildings Seismic Safety Act standards and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Silver certification standards. All commissioning tasks required by Title 24 Part 6 and CalGreen were needed as part of LEED fundamental commissioning except for LEED online documentation.

SERVICES:
PROJECT TEAM:
Roger Carter
Charles Hutchinson
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