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Newark Civic Center

Essential Facility Reboot: City of Newark redevelops municipal venues

The Newark Civic Center – the biggest public development project in the city in the past century -comprises of a revitalized two-story city hall, expanded two-story library, and new single-story police station to serve the growing community. The cohesive development was designed with a distinctive central plaza which also serves as an event space.

The project team coordinated layout efficiencies and standardized building grid systems to meet design criteria. DCI designed the framing systems, floor slabs, steel braced frames, moment frames, spread footing foundations, and specified material detailing.

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Location:
Newark, California
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Square Feet:
84,130
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Stories:
2
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Service:
Structural
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Industries:
Government & Municipal, Sustainable Design
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Primary Material:
Concrete, Steel

Project Highlights

  • The police building was designed to perform at a seismic importance factor of 1.25.
  • The project scope involved the demolition of an existing building and miscellaneous site improvements.
  • The City of Newark is pursuing LEED Gold certification with the buildings.
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