The expanded campus encompasses renovations of current facilities and 128,000 ft² of new construction.
The project also includes restoring 6.2 acres of parking to its native creekside habitat and adding a 3.7-acre green roof. Introba (formerly Integral Group) provided electrical, daylighting, and photovoltaic (PV) design services for the project.
Introba provided electrical design, daylight analysis, and photovoltaic system design services for the project. Our design solutions emphasize reliability, flexibility, safety, and energy efficiency. The electrical system includes two separate pieces of switchgear rated to maintain the full load of the campus, and to maintain energy use in the case of power failure in one of the switchboards. The system also includes high-efficiency transformers, which minimize heat loss and reduce or eliminate the need for mechanical cooling in electrical rooms.
Our daylight distribution analysis ensures that all potential workstations are provided with daylight access. The PV system will generate a minimum of 25% of the campus’s energy needs. Its innovative layout places solar panels on rooftops and canopies overhanging the building perimeter and on trellises around the rooftop dining areas.
LEED Platinum Target
Living Building Challenge Target
Zero Net Energy Designed