Monterey County Superior Court, New Fort Ord Courthouse Criteria DocumentsView Project
State of California, Richards Boulevard Office Complex
Establishing an urban fabric for the current and future River District, Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture is collaborating with ZGF on the State’s largest office complex to-date. Together with Hensel Phelps, the team will deliver a large campus with four high-performance office towers over a multi-function podium and a parking structure on a site north of […]
PG&E Gas Safety Academy
The Gas Safety Academy campus is a center of excellence for PG&E. It incorporates industry best practices and technology-led instruction, elevating the standards of gas pipeline safety to the highest levels in the United States. Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture completed the programming, master planning, and design of the entire campus, located on a 40-acre site […]
California ISO Headquarters & Operations Center
This was a visionary project for the non-profit ISO, which manages the electrical grid for the entire state of California. The over-arching goal in the new facility was to create a secure, innovative and energy efficient headquarters complex. A further design goal was to enhance the work environment so that California ISO becomes the “employer of choice” for engineering and technical staff in the region.
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South Placer County Santucci Justice Center Master Plan and Courthouse
The populations of Lincoln, Rocklin, Roseville and Loomis have increased significantly in recent years, so Placer County is launching a new government service center in South Placer distinct from the county seat in Auburn. We prepared a master plan for the 72-acre site and provided full design services for the centerpiece, a new home for […]
Sacramento State, The Hub Research Park Master Plan
Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture, in collaboration with MIG, Inc., developed a Master Plan for a 25-acre site to the south of the Sacramento State campus on Ramona Avenue. The site is within the Sacramento Center for Innovation which is bounded by Folsom Boulevard to the north, Power Inn Road to the east, and the Union Pacific rail lines to the west.
UC Davis Health, Parking Structure 5
On UC Davis Health’s Sacramento campus, Parking Structure 5 provides exceptional space for patients, visitors, and staff to feel safe, clearly find their way, and efficiently park their vehicle in a very open and day-lit space. With all vehicles entering and exiting the structure through a subterranean entrance off the adjacent mid-block intersection, the cross-campus flow of pedestrians and bicycles is uninterrupted.
OE3 Training Center
Operating Engineers Local 3 (OE3) is the largest construction trades union in the country, comprised of men and women who operate heavy equipment on job sites and roadways. The development of a comprehensive master plan lead to the design of a new 15-acre educational campus on a 1,500 acre site. Working in close collaboration with an […]
Sacramento State University Transportation and Parking Signage & Wayfinding Master Plan
Parking at Sacramento State has been notoriously difficult. The university is building their fifth parking structure and revamping their alternative transportation options. The campus asked Dreyfuss + Blackford to create a Master Plan for all their transportation related signage and wayfinding so it looked cohesive and would serve them for the next 20 years. Special […]
Solano County Master Plan for Three Campuses
The County of Solano is growing at an accelerated rate as a result of its proximity to the Bay Area. The demand of County services has increased and the County hired the team led by Dreyfuss + Blackford Architecture to develop a long-range 20-year master plan for future growth County-wide. This work includes the County’s […]
UC Davis Health, Mobility Hub
The Mobility Hub at UC Davis Health’s Sacramento medical center campus is a centrally-located staff, student, patient and visitor-oriented transportation center. It was designed to provide essential access to shuttles connecting to the University’s Davis campus as well as current and future areas around the Medical Center including the Main Hospital, outpatient clinics, and education […]
Sacramento International Airport Central Terminal B
Central Terminal B is the centerpiece of Sacramento International Airport (SMF), reflecting the tree canopy identity of the Sacramento Region. The new terminal includes 23 gates, an automated people mover, local restaurants, expanded retail and security areas, plus multiple art exhibits including “Leap” the giant red rabbit by artist Lawrence Argent. Working with Corgan Associates and Fentress Architects, […]