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UC Santa Barbara Selects Sundt to Build New Institute

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Sundt Construction, Inc., a member of multiple AGC chapters, was recently selected as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for the Henley Hall Institute for Energy Efficiency at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

The 53,000-sq-ft, three-story facility, designed by architect Kieran Timberlake, will include a 125-seat lecture hall, 17 laboratories, 34 faculty and postdoctoral offices, nine administrative offices and group office space to accommodate 74 graduate students.

Designed to create prime research space and leading paradigms in energy efficiency, the building will feature extensive natural lighting areas, adaptable laboratory space for evolving research needs and intelligent energy monitoring and control systems with interactive displays. The $38.5 million building also will feature light emitting diodes (LEDs) with low-voltage wiring throughout the building, as well as windows and lighting that adjust with the building control systems.

Sundt’s work on the new Henley Hall facility further enhances the general contractor’s presence in California as a leader in education and laboratory construction. Other notable Sundt projects completed across the state include University of California, Merced’s Social Science and Management Building and University of California, Davis’ Veterinary Medicine 3B Building.

About Sundt
Sundt Construction, Inc. is one of the country’s largest and most respected general contractors. 


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