California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Office Building - San Luis Obispo, California

LEED CERTIFICATION AND ENERGY ANALYSIS

Program: 35,000 Office Renovation and Addition
Awards: LEED-NC Gold Certified

The project involved a major renovation of and addition to an existing 17,000 SF structure. Built in the 1960s, the space was originally used as a storage building and more recently a small viticulture processing plant, before it was remodeled for the new Caltrans offices.

The project achieved LEED Gold Certification –exceeding the owner’s requirement to attain LEED Silver– through a variety of sustainable construction strategies, including: building and materials reuse, energy-efficient design, low impact development for stormwater management, and reduced indoor and outdoor water use.

  • Design: Hamrick Associates, Inc.
  • Architecture: Arris Studio Architects
  • Construction: Specialty Construction, Inc.
  • Civil: Above Grade Engineering
  • Structural: Ashley & Vance Engineering
  • Mechanical: 3C Engineering, Inc.
  • Electrical: Above Grade Engineering
  • Landscape: Terry Lee Landscape Architecture

Photo by Slotography

“Congratulations on hitting it in the first submittal! Thank you for all your hard work on this project. We couldn’t have done it without you.”
— Nathan Phillips, Project Engineer, Specialty Construction, Inc.