Interactive Resources provided comprehensive architectural design and engineering services for the service center in Stockton, California that is occupied by a local utility company. The project began in 2007 with voluntary seismic and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) upgrades to a total of six buildings onsite, and evolved into a full tenant improvement project for buildings one and two, which included the complete interior demolition and construction of new offices and conference rooms. Building one and building two were remodeled in two phases.
The service center remodel included: the replacement of existing mechanical and electrical infrastructure with energy-efficient systems, data/communications, fire and security alarm systems, minor structural work, all new interior architectural finishes (new partitions, cubicles, ceilings, carpet tile, painting and doors), kitchen areas/break rooms, new systems furniture designs of conference rooms, private offices, office workstations, meeting/presentation rooms and state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment. Sustainable design features were incorporated in both buildings and the project was awarded LEED Silver certification.