Every company needs a spark. For the Sacramento Municipal District (SMUD), that spark was net-zero energy design. Envisioning a new operations center, SMUD leaders hoped to conserve energy use in their buildings while increasing the energy of their people. This efficient and inspiring campus is that vision realized.
WHERE WE HELPED, WHY WE'RE PROUD
“I helped measure how the buildings used electricity—before there were even buildings.”Porus Antia Mechanical Lead
“I helped bring hot summer weather into the offices during chilly winters.”Joe Tai Mechanical Engineer
“I helped technologies interact with each other like a team of soccer players on a field—all working toward the same goal.”Jeff Rent Mechanical Engineer
“I helped people embrace change with cardboard boxes and creativity.”Bret Harper Interior Design
“I helped create cool places for people to share ideas and talents.”Stephanie Jackson Interior Design
“I helped lead a team of architects driven by energy.”Christopher Wilson Architect
“I helped design a corporate campus that will be a model for utilities across the country.”Arun Kalwar Project Manager
Our work begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. With a long-term commitment to the people and places we serve, we have the unique ability to connect to projects on a personal level and advance the quality of life in communities across the globe.