Cathedral of Christ the Light

Location: Oakland, CA

Date: April 2015

WHAT SUNBELT CONTROLS DELIVERED

The Cathedral Center of Christ the Light, is located at 2121 Harrison Street, and had an estimated budget of $190 million. Keeping the Sanctuary comfortable was both a design and construction challenge. The large floor area uses an innovative radiant cooling and heating system, complemented by a displacement ventilation distribution system provided under floor. Other support areas are handled through more conventional VAV methods. Controls for comfort and energy management are handled through a Sunbelt Controls installed Automated Logic Controls (ALC) DDC System.

PROJECT TEAM

OWNER: Catholic Cathedral Corporation of the East Bay
ARCHITECT: Kendall/Heaton Associates
GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Webcor Builders
MECHANICAL ENGINEER: Taylor Engineers
MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR: ACCO Engineered Systems
CONTROLS CONTRACTOR: Sunbelt Controls
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