American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter

Jess Jackson Sustainable Winery Building

Merit Award

Energy + Sustainability

The Jess Jackson Sustainable Winery Building (JSWB) is an 8,500 gross square foot research and process facility designed to serve the adjacent teaching winery at the University of California, Davis. Nine of the ten 20’ x 30’ structural bays are “plug-and-play” spaces to house experimental equipment and systems that will reduce energy and water use in the winemaking process.


Architect
Siegel & Strain Architects
Photography
Jasper Sanidad
Solar Electrical Engineer
Collins Electric
MEP Engineer
Guttmann & Blaevoet
Electrical Engineer
Collins Electric
Civil Engineer
Cunningham Engineers
Plumbing
Airco Mechanical
Landscape
Cunningham Engineers
General Contractor: Design/Build
Charles Pankow Builders
HVAC
Airco Mechanical
Structural Engineer
Ingraham/DeJesse Associates
Location
Davis, CA
Competition
Design Awards 2014