Dreyfuss & Blackford Architects of Sacramento is leading the design team. The 278,000-square-foot (25,800-square-meter) building will comprise three wings, housing a lobby, training rooms, an education center, offices, mission-critical facilities, and support facilities.

LEED Gold certification is targeted. Planned sustainable features include daylighting and an underfloor air distribution system. Completion of the project is expected in March 2011. Clark Design/ Build of California, Inc., part of Bethesda, Maryland-based Clark Construction Group, LLC, is providing design-build services. California ISO is a nonprofit public-benefit corporation that operates the state’s wholesale transmission grid. Article found at ArchitectureWeek.