Historic/Adaptive Reuse

California State Capitol East Annex Study

In 2016 the Legislature passed SB 836 which was signed into law. SB 836 provides funding to address deficiencies in the State Capitol Annex, which is home to both the Legislative Branch of the California Government and the Governor’s and Lieutenant Governor’s offices. This study ensued from the passing of SB 836 and serves as a reference document of the current deficiencies, as well as provides design goals for a new Capitol Annex. The project goal was to evaluate if the Capitol Annex can be appropriately modified to house the desired uses within the building, if it should be removed and replaced, or if it is possible to expand the existing footprint of the building. At its conclusion, the project will shape the future of the Legislative Branch for the next 50 to 100 years, provide the public with a safe, inviting building to participate in the governmental process, and provide the state with one of the most energy-efficient state capitol buildings in the United States.

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At A Glance

LOCATION

  • Sacramento, California

PRACTICE

COMPLETED

  • 2017

EXPERTISE

Team

John D. Maulin, AIA
ARCHITECT PRINCIPAL / EXECUTIVE VP
Mark G. Gier, AIA
SENIOR ARCHITECT / BOARD OF DIRECTORS / SENIOR ASSOCIATE
Danielle Weaver, AIA
SENIOR ARCHITECT / BOARD OF DIRECTORS / SENIOR ASSOCIATE
Nicole Cecil, ASID, LEED AP ID+C, NCIDQ
INTERIOR DESIGNER MANAGER / BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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