Location:  Sacramento, CA

Area:  657,000 square feet

Client: AC Martin

Owner: Department of General Services (DGS)

Building Type: Mixed-Use, Renovation

CA DGS Resources Building

Verdical Group is working with design-build team AC Martin and Turner Construction to provide: 

  • LEEDv4 BD+C NC (Targeting Silver) Project Management

The renovation project is an approximately 657,000-square-foot office and multi-purpose 17-story development located in Sacramento, CA. The project is pursuing LEED v4 BD+C NC Silver certification. 

Additional information about the sustainable features of this project—including its journey to reach net zero energy, prioritize occupant health, and substantially reduce embodied carbon—can be found in this recent article by Turner Construction.

In another article about the project, Turner Construction wrote the following: 

Originally built in 1964, the Resources Building has long been on the State’s Project Infrastructure Fund program plan to address the health and safety of the Building occupants and to extend the useful life and viability of the building by correcting the fire/life safety deficiencies and completely upgrading all infrastructure systems.

“With a deep commitment to social equity and enduring, impactful design, the Turner+AC Martin+HGA team is excited for the opportunity to transform the Resources Building into an inspiring and modern work environment for the tenant agencies of the State of California to do their best work and to be proud of their service to California’s government,” says Beth Young, Vice President and Sacramento Office Director, HGA.

The building is expected to be occupied by approximately 2500 staff from multiple State departments including but not limited to Labor and Workforce Development Headquarters, Employment Development Department, and Better Jobs and Higher Wages along with onsite DGS Facilities Management Division staff, in the spring of 2025.

“Our team, comprised of leaders in Progressive Design-Build delivery, stewards of sustainability, and guardians of Sacramento’s rich history, is ecstatic to build on the success of the entire State Project Infrastructure Fund program and transform the Resources Building into a sustainable workforce HUB,” says Dan Wheeler, Turner’s Design-Build Executive and Vice President.