|State Compensation Insurance Fund
The project consisted of three new two story buildings in Vacaville, CA
totaling 213,000 sf. The three buildings housed office space, a
conference center, cafeteria, & Data Center. The intent was to
eventually move SCIF’s data center operations to the new site.
The owner originally had a requirement for an energy efficient
building but was not planning to apply for LEED Certification.
Upon completion, it was requested that the design team review the design
to see if the project could qualify for a LEED rating, and ACCO,
along with the other design team members, made minor modifications and
were able to Gold status with minimal impacts to cost &
What ACCO Delivered
In and effort to energy efficient equipment evaporative cooled
rooftop package units and condensing boilers were provided for each
building. All units were equipped with air flow measuring stations
and Dolphin chemical free water treatment systems.
Building 2 incorporated an underfloor design for the second floor.
The units for the second floor delivered supply air temperature to meet
the underfloor condition and a secondary cooling coil was added to lower
the supply air temperature for the first floor overhead system. The
second floor underfloor system utilized an air highway and underfloor
fan powered terminal units and perimeters and conference room.
A 1,200 ton chilled water central plant was designed to meet the
current and future loads of the SCIF Data Center. The entire campus was complemented with a ALC Controls System
designed and installed by ACCO.