Project Portfolio


Educational

UCD Brewing and Food Science Laboratory / Teaching and Research Winery

Owner

University of California, Davis

Location

Davis, CA

Architect

Flad Architects

Mechanical Engineer

Frank M. Booth, Inc.

Year Complete

2010

Size

20,000 SF

Contract Type

Design Build

Additional Information

Single story campus facility for food, wine and beer production pilot projects.  Custom metal building with offices, classrooms, labs and process rooms.  Includes a large experimental fermentation area, controlled temperature rooms, barrel and bottle cellars and testing labs. 

Fully solar-powered at peak load; equipped to capture and sequester all carbon dioxide from its fermentations; and operates on captured rainwater for its cleaning needs, recycling solutions at least five times.

Certification
LEED® Platinum Certified, US Green Building Council, for energy efficiency and water recovery.

2011 DBIA Regional Award

Mechanical Contractor

Frank M. Booth, Inc.

Project Overview

 

Mechanical Highlights

  • FMB was the design engineer and the mechanical contractor.
  • One high efficiency air handling unit with heat recovery.
  • Thirteen VAV/reheat zones, heating and chilled circuits.
  • Four water source heat pumps.
  • Ten exhaust fans.
  • SS, DCW, DHW, process water (PW)
  • Cold boxes.
  • Steam to HHW HX, Campus CW and Steam.
  • Controls
  • Project energy model exceeds T-24 compliance by 36.2%.


Environmentally Responsible Design - Project Design includes the following highlights:

Water Efficiency -  Ultra Low Consumption Fixtures; Water Reuse System; Enhanced Water Treatment

Energy Efficiency - Solar Power providing 17.5% Peak Power; Heat Recovery; Night Purge System; Low Velocity Ductwork & Piping; VFD’s on all pumps/fans

Indoor Environmental Quality - Increased Ventilation; Equipped to capture and sequester all carbon dioxide from its fermentations; CO2 monitoring