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UC Davis Winery, Brewery and Food Sciences Building

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Award of Merit Green Building

Photo courtesy of Flad Architects
The project completes the Robert Mondavi Institute.
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The $17-million Teaching and Research Winery and the August A. Busch III Brewing and Food Science Laboratory complete the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science campus at the University of California, Davis. The building is also an extended learning environment, educating students in sustainable production processes. Key sustainability objectives include reduction of water and energy use and reclaimed waste output. It is the first research building in California to achieve net-zero water use and the first process science building to achieve LEED-Platinum certification.

Key Players

Owner: University of California, Davis

General Contractor: BNBuilders, Redwood City

Architect: Flad Architects, San Francisco

Civil Engineer: Creegan + D'Angelo Infrastructure Engineers, Fairfield, Calif.

Structural Engineer: KPW Structural Engineers Inc., Oakland

MEP Engineer: Frank M. Booth Design Build Co., Granite Bay

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Flad Architects

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