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DPR Office

Sacramento, CA
  • Bldg system

    Mass Timber

  • No. Of Stories

    2

  • Sq. footage

    28,833

In choosing mass timber for its new office, DPR Construction saw an opportunity to give employees the benefits of a biophilic design and enhance their workday experience. The project, which involved adding a second story to a 1940s-era concrete and masonry building, includes CLT roof and wall panels, and glulam columns and beams. Among its unique features, the building includes CLT shear walls, a first in California. It also exceeds regulatory requirements, targeting net-positive energy—which reduces its carbon footprint from the standpoint of operations and maintenance. The use of mass timber augments this goal by reducing embodied carbon and acting as a carbon sink. This is DPR’s sixth net-zero energy office, and the firm is seeking LEED Platinum, Petal, and WELL Building certifications.

  • Construction Cost:

    $10 Million

  • Construction Type:

    V-B

  • Building Type:

    Business (Office)

  • Material Types:

    Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT)

Companies Involved:
Individuals Involved:
  • Drew Padilla

    Architecture Principal

  • Andrea Gulyas

    Project Architect

  • Scott Hooker, SE

    Principal-in-Charge

  • Soli Sorabji, SE

    Strutural Engineering Lead

  • Dean Reed

    Mechanical & Plumbing Engineer

  • Brandon Hanlon

    Electrical Engineer

  • Marshall Andrews

    Project Manager