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San Jose City Hall

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Identification

San Jose City Hall
San Jose Civic Center
102170

Plan

Structure générale

immeuble
construit [achevé]
acier
verre
postmodernisme

Usages

hôtel de ville
bâtiment gouvernemental

Faits

  • Constructed with 14.4 million pounds of structural steel and 26,000 cubic yards of concrete.
  • The glass-domed public gallery is 110 feet high.
  • The building provides room for approximately 1,950 employees.
  • The City of San José expects to save $189 million over the next 50 years by consolidating city services and employees into one location, greatly minimizing the cost of leasing space in multiple locations.
  • Site includes 2.5 acres of "programmable" space on the plaza for public events.
  • 77 contractors and subcontractors worked on the project.
  • The Rotunda dome is composed of 1,032 pieces of glass.
  • The building includes 4,365 light fixtures and 2,223 fire alarms.
  • The City Council Chambers comprises 7,000 square feet and 330 seats.
  • The original design proposal called for a peak height of 320 feet, but it did not pass FAA approval due to the building's proximity to the airport's flight path.
  • Tallest building in San Jose.
  • Project was approved by voters (Measure I) in 1996.
  • Consolidates all city offices into one building.
  • 439 stairs from the parking level to the 18th floor.
  • Constructed using 150,000 structural bolts.

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Lieu

200 East Santa Clara Street
200 East Santa Clara Street
95113
San Jose
Californie
États-Unis d'Amérique

Données techniques

285,00 ft
285,00 ft
18
2
2002
2005
8
1 350
$343 000 000

Entreprises participantes


Steinberg Architects

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