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Lincoln City Hall

Lincoln, CA

Lincoln City Hall TEECOM

OverviewLincoln City Hall TEECOM

Lincoln’s leadership envisioned a space embodying the perfect blend of technology design innovation and traditional building elements for the new City Hall. Thus, TEECOM’s experience in designing converged technology systems within a place of grandeur allowed the City of Lincoln to achieve an intricately designed facility inclusive of seamlessly integrated, invisible technology systems. The result: a four-story steel frame brick-and-stone-veneer building that houses City Hall and School District offices and beautifully complements the city’s downtown revitalization efforts.

(Photograph ©Satterlee Photography)

Lincoln City Hall TEECOMLessons Learned

From hard-cap ceilings to the intricately designed lobby space, the City of Lincoln imagined a magnificent building space with a striking presence, both inside and out. However, this elaborate space became difficult for the design team, which was faced with the challenge of integrating all of the systems into non-accessible spaces, such as ceilings and walls.

(Photograph ©Satterlee Photography)

The Solution

This project became a competition of form over function, as the systems had to be efficient yet hidden to preserve the building façade. TEECOM’s engineers fully utilized project coordination, from coordinating the technology systems to coordinating with other members of the design team, to ensure that all of the systems were concealed within the visual space. The final product is an impressive structure that is both aesthetically beautiful and functional.

Services Provided

Telecom

Telecom

IT Spaces (MDF, IDFs), Structured Cabling, Pathways, Grounding & Bonding

Security

Security

Access Control; Intrusion Detection; Video surveillance systems

Audiovisual

Audiovisual

Community Meeting Room; Training Room; Conference Rooms

Lincoln City Hall

Location 600 Sixth Street Lincoln CA, 95648

Project Type City Hall, Government Building

Project Team

Project Size

58,000 sf

Completion Date

2008

Photographer

©Satterlee Photography

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