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This is one of the earliest redevelopment projects in what is now transforming as the River District of Sacramento. Consisting of the adaptation of a vacant 160,000 sf fruit processing plant for use as office space, tilt-up concrete features were added along the frontage to identify main entries and to add architectural counterpoints to the very long and monotonous façade. Interior spaces at the southerly one-third of the footprint receive ample daylighting from five rows of north-facing clerestory glass in the existing sawtooth roof forms, while skylights were added to brighten the remainder of the floor plate.
Ron Reta, Project Architect, Carissimi Rohrer Harper Associates
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