Net Positive SIP Treatment Center Davis CA
Location: Davis, CA
|Project Type:||Commercial, Office|
|Manufacturer:||Premier Building Systems|
|Builder:||Shell Building Systems|
|Design Professional:||Johnson Smitthipong & Rosamund|
|HERS/EUI Index Score:||-19|
|ACH50 - Blower Test Results:||0.47|
Awards/Certifications: LEED Platinum, Silver, DOE Zero Energy Ready Home, ENERGY STAR Certified, EPA Indoor AirPLUS
BEA: BEA 2021 High-Performance Winner
The center was designed for sustainability, energy efficiency, and environmental design. The client aimed for Zero-Energy and sustainable design elements to gain LEED V$ for BD=C Platinum certification. In order to meet these goals, using SIPS was the only building material available to accomplish this.
SIPs & Solar Pair to Create a Net Positive Energy Structure
From a performance stand point NYRTC, Sacred Oaks generates enough energy to power itself as well as give energy back to the grid. Also known as a “Net Positive Energy” structure this is achieved by pairing a renewable energy source (solar or geothermal) with a high performing building envelope. The 12.43 kw PV solar panels chosen in this project were installed on the roof to generate energy from the sun.
- Project: NCYRTC (Northern California Youth Treatment Center) Sacred Oaks Healing Center, Davis, CA
- Owner: California Area Indian Health Services (IHS), an agency in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
- Certifications received: Net Zero Energy, Dept of Energy Zero-Ready, Indoor airPLUS, LEED V4 for BD+C Platinum and UL, 5 Star -Energy Star, Floor Score Certified
- Size: Finished 35,304 SF sit on a 12-acre site
- Scope: 3 Major Buildings & Traditional Ceremonial Round House, 32 beds and five family suites. Interior features include classrooms, computer lab, art room, a commercial kitchen, dining area, cultural space, exam rooms, employee offices, an indoor half-court gymnasium, and a weight room. Exterior features will include an outdoor basketball court and walking trails. It will serve 30 youth at a time and employ 70 full-time employees.
- Project Costs: $15 Million
- Building Envelope: Shell Building Systems
- Architect: JSRa (Johnson Smitthipong & Roseamund Associates)
- Contractor: Greenberg Construction
- Construction, Land Planning & Engineering: Morton & Pitalo