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Contra Costa County Administration Building and Emergency Operations Center

Part of a $95 million Contra Costa County project, comprising two projects on two distinct sites, the Contra Costa County Administration Building is designed to work in tandem with an Emergency Operations Center and serve Martinez, California with state-of-the-art disaster management and public safety technology that is flexible enough to adapt to future needs as they arise.

The new 71,000-square-foot community-friendly CCC Administration Building, designed by Fentress Architects, maximizes efficiency and serves as a focal point for downtown and the surrounding area. The first floor will feature office space for a variety of county departments as well as a large assembly chamber to serve local government and community meetings. The second, third, and fourth floors will be outfitted with offices, conference rooms, work stations, and support space for county personnel. LEED Gold certification is targeted.

Priority Architectural Graphic’s scope of work included Interior Code Signage, Exterior Code Signage, Interior and Exterior Wayfinding Signage and Exterior Building Identification Signage.

Client (County Costa County) partnered with Fentress Architects (partial signage design contribution by Kate Keating Associates) to design the signage package for the project. The Priority team worked with the architect, client and GC (Hensel Phelps) to develop their design intents into aesthetically-pleasing and well-constructed functional signage that nicely compliments the building’s architecture.

Designer/Architect
Fentress Architects/Clearstory
Contractor
Hensel Phelps
Year Completed
2020