Riverside County Law Building
Riverside, CA
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PROJECT LEADER
Ray Swartz
COMPLETION DATE
CLIENT
Trammell Crow Company
PROJECT TYPE
Civic

90,000 SF Office building housing the Indio branch of the Riverside County Law Library and offices of the offices for the district attorney, public defender and county counsel.  The project earned a LEED Platinum rating in 2015.The project was a Public-Private Partnership (P3) endeavor. This three-story, approximately 90,000-square-foot facility provides offices for the district attorney, public defender, county counsel and the Indio branch of the Riverside County Law Library.

The County Law Building has become the first County of Riverside facility to receive the platinum-level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®), the U.S. Green Building Council’s highest level of certification. The facility was awarded 85 out of a possible 100 points. Solar panels on carports are expected to generate approximately 40 percent of the building’s energy consumption. High-efficiency plumbing fixtures, drought tolerant landscaping and drip irrigation will reduce water use.  tk1sc provided MEP and Low Voltage engineering services on this Public-Private Partnership (P3) endeavor.

The sustainability features on this project include:

• 325-kW photovoltaic array mounted above 132 parking spaces.

• Light-colored roofing will reduce the building’s solar heat gain, saving energy during the summer

• High-efficiency plumbing fixtures.

• Drought tolerant landscaping and drip irrigation will reduce water use building materials, including portions of the building’s steel, were from recycled content

PROJECT TEAM:
Ray Swartz
Steve Neimeister
Richard Brysacz
Jeff Hall
Russell Gault
Images Courtesy of
Don Russell, Pro Digital Photography
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PROJECT LEADER
Ray Swartz
COMPLETION DATE
CLIENT
Trammell Crow Company
PROJECT TYPE
Civic

90,000 SF Office building housing the Indio branch of the Riverside County Law Library and offices of the offices for the district attorney, public defender and county counsel.  The project earned a LEED Platinum rating in 2015.The project was a Public-Private Partnership (P3) endeavor. This three-story, approximately 90,000-square-foot facility provides offices for the district attorney, public defender, county counsel and the Indio branch of the Riverside County Law Library.

The County Law Building has become the first County of Riverside facility to receive the platinum-level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®), the U.S. Green Building Council’s highest level of certification. The facility was awarded 85 out of a possible 100 points. Solar panels on carports are expected to generate approximately 40 percent of the building’s energy consumption. High-efficiency plumbing fixtures, drought tolerant landscaping and drip irrigation will reduce water use.  tk1sc provided MEP and Low Voltage engineering services on this Public-Private Partnership (P3) endeavor.

The sustainability features on this project include:

• 325-kW photovoltaic array mounted above 132 parking spaces.

• Light-colored roofing will reduce the building’s solar heat gain, saving energy during the summer

• High-efficiency plumbing fixtures.

• Drought tolerant landscaping and drip irrigation will reduce water use building materials, including portions of the building’s steel, were from recycled content

Images Courtesy of
Don Russell, Pro Digital Photography
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Riverside County Law Building
Riverside, CA
Home
/
Projects
/
Riverside County Law Building
PROJECT LEADER
Ray Swartz
COMPLETION DATE
CLIENT
Trammell Crow Company
PROJECT TYPE
Civic

90,000 SF Office building housing the Indio branch of the Riverside County Law Library and offices of the offices for the district attorney, public defender and county counsel.  The project earned a LEED Platinum rating in 2015.The project was a Public-Private Partnership (P3) endeavor. This three-story, approximately 90,000-square-foot facility provides offices for the district attorney, public defender, county counsel and the Indio branch of the Riverside County Law Library.

The County Law Building has become the first County of Riverside facility to receive the platinum-level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®), the U.S. Green Building Council’s highest level of certification. The facility was awarded 85 out of a possible 100 points. Solar panels on carports are expected to generate approximately 40 percent of the building’s energy consumption. High-efficiency plumbing fixtures, drought tolerant landscaping and drip irrigation will reduce water use.  tk1sc provided MEP and Low Voltage engineering services on this Public-Private Partnership (P3) endeavor.

The sustainability features on this project include:

• 325-kW photovoltaic array mounted above 132 parking spaces.

• Light-colored roofing will reduce the building’s solar heat gain, saving energy during the summer

• High-efficiency plumbing fixtures.

• Drought tolerant landscaping and drip irrigation will reduce water use building materials, including portions of the building’s steel, were from recycled content

PROJECT TEAM:
Ray Swartz
Steve Neimeister
Richard Brysacz
Jeff Hall
Russell Gault
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