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The Arch Nexus Sacramento (Arch|Nex SAC) headquarters is checking a lot of boxes – the first Living Certified Re-Use project in the world; the first Living Certified project in California, and the 19th Living Certified project in the world. Add to that achieving Net-Positive Energy, and it’s easy to see why this building (also designed to achieve Net-Zero Water) is one of the innovative spaces in the world.
This is one of the first LEED v4 Platinum Office Buildings in the world. The firm invested in the City of Sacramento by undergoing a major renovation of an existing office building downtown, turning it into a showcase of high performance design. It is now the new home of Arch Nexus and firmly reflects the firm’s core values of inspiration, stewardship, and regeneration.
Glumac performed full mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design as well as lighting design and energy analysis. The use of photovoltaics on the rooftop helps the building achieve net-positive energy and the plan includes design for net-zero water use utilizing on-site rainfall capture and internal gray water recycling.
Size: 8,200 sf
Completion Date: 2017
Architect: Architectural Nexus, Inc.
Contractor: Market One Builders
Owner: Architectural Nexus, Inc.
The idea that we can pass the buck on the resources consumed and wasted by our building designs is unfortunately the norm. As resources tighten and the effects on our climate tip-toe toward irreversible, the time is now to close the loop. | Read More